Monthly Archives: May 2012

Andrew Schoultz is Off the Wall

Andrew Schoultz is on the road again – this time in Toronto (Canada). Coinciding with “Destroyer,” his two-person exhibition alongside Richard Colman at Cooper Cole Gallery, Schoultz will put the finishing touches on a major public mural right in time for his show’s June 1st opening. Approached by producer and musician Daniel Lanois, Schoultz has been painting his trademark telephone wires, frenetic twisters, charging horses, and all-seeing eyes across the exterior of Lanois’ recording studio – as is highlighted in a recent article by Juxtapoz Magazine.

Schoultz’s exhibition is on view through June 23, 2012, and is not to be missed if you are in the area.

Chad Person Goes to Summercamp

Summer is indeed upon us, and Chad Person is making the most of it. Summercamp ProjectProject (Los Angeles, CA) will be featuring his newest inflatable sculpture, Hero, alongside works by eight other artists in their upcoming exhibition, “Telling the Futures.”

Opening June 3, 5-8pm, “Telling the Futures” is an outdoor group exhibition placing many different future options into relation—a kind of “choose your own adventure” of apocryphal psychic visions of political election cycles for survival in a dystopian utopia. History+Present=Futures. The show is organized by Fatima Hoang, Elonda Billera & Janice Gomez, and remains on view through June 17th, 2012.

If you are unable to get to the opening, the exhibition is also open by appointment. Contact summercampprojectproject@gmail.com for more information.

Allison Schulnik is One Twisted Sister

Following her recent screening at LACMA‘s “Female Surrealist Cinema: Animation” program, and preceding her upcoming solo exhibition, Salty Air at Mark Moore Gallery, Allison Schulnik will have new work on view at Dodge Gallery (NY) starting Saturday, May 19th.

Curated with Janet Phelps, “Twisted Sisters is an exhibition of works that are made by women artists and depict women as the subjects. Inspired by 1960′s performance works wherein women turned to the body as the site of creation and content, the exhibition casts the body as protagonist.” Also featuring works by Marlene Dumas, Julie Heffernan, Kim McCarty, Dana Schutz, and twenty four others,Twisted Sisters is sure to delight through its fantasy and nuance.

The opening reception for this exhibition takes place Saturday, May 19th, 6-8pm; it will remain on view through June 24th, 2012.