The gallery is proud to announce Penelope Umbrico‘s inclusion in the 2014 Dallas Biennial! On view through May 31, 2014, the exhibition takes place throughout the city in dozens of different venues – and will coincide with the upcoming Dallas Art Fair (in which the gallery is participating April 10-13). Curated by Michael Mazurek and Jesse Morgan Barnett, the Dallas Biennial features Umbrico’s a site-specific piece from her “Sunset Portraits from Flickr Sunsets” series, as well as her video, “Neverending Sunset (Second Life).”
Should you find yourself in the Dallas area, please visit her work on view at Oliver Francis Gallery.
Gallery artist Jeremy Fish has just put the finishing touches on his latest limited edition print (pictured below), “Bumble Beer Belly” (2014). The print’s full release will coincide with his upcoming solo exhibition’s opening reception on April 5, 2014, but for the first time, the gallery is making pre-order requests available to collectors and fans of Fish’s work. The work’s full details are:
Jeremy Fish, “Bumble Beer Belly” (2014)
screen print, signed and numbered on Mohawk Superfine Smooth Ultrawhite 100 stock
Printed by Bloom Press, Oakland, CA
14 x 11 inches
$80 + $5 shipping and processing fee
(9.5% sales tax to CA recipients will also apply)
To pre-order this print, please email the gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request, and you will be contacted by one of our sales associates for processing. Please note that this is a small edition of 50 prints, which are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please also join us for the opening reception on April 5th, from 6-8pm, for Jeremy’s solo show, “Hunting Trophies.” A full preview of works included in the exhibition will be available starting April 1, 2014.
The Strand Bookstore in New York (828 Broadway, New York, NY 10003) at 7pm on March 26th is hosting a panel of artists – including Mark Moore Gallery artist Julie Heffernan – in response to the book, “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life” edited by Sharon Louden and featuring essays by Heffernan, among others, about how these talents got started as artists and how they’ve continued to function over the years in the art world. It has gotten major traction all over the country and into Europe, with book events at such illustrious venues as the 92nd St. Y, the Miami Basel Art Fair among many others. For more information: http://www.strandbooks.com/
Self-Portrait as Catastrophic Failure, 2013
oil on canvas
68 x 68 inches
Mark Moore Gallery will participate in the upcoming Dallas Art Fair (April 11-13, 2014), as well as artMRKT San Francisco (May 15-18, 2014). For both fair presentations, the gallery will feature new works by program artists – which will be available for preview the week before each fair opens.
Located at the Fashion Industry Gallery – adjacent to the Dallas Museum of Art in the revitalized downtown Arts District – the 2014 Dallas Art Fair will feature over 90 prominent national and international art dealers and galleries exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, video, and installation by modern and contemporary artists.
Similarly, artMRKT San Francisco is the Bay Area’s premier contemporary and modern art fair. Featuring scores of galleries from around the globe, the fair brings some of the world’s most intriguing artists and galleries to the Festival Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center. In showcasing historically important work alongside relevant contemporary pieces and projects, artMRKT creates an ideal context for the discovery, exploration and acquisition of art.
For more information about special events, featured artists, or tickets, please contact the gallery.
The Center (Tree), 2012 / acrylic, collage, and gold leaf on dyed and stretched American flag over panel / 30 x 52 inches (76.2 x 132.1 cm)
Mark Moore Gallery artist Andrew Schoultz is now in the Permanent Collection of Monterey Museum of Art who recently acquired his work “The Center (Tree)”.
The gallery is proud to announce “New Work,” a solo exhibition by gallery artist Tim Bavington, at Bentley Gallery (AZ). Opening on Thursday, March 6 (6-8pm), the exhibition will act as a survey of the artist’s most celebrated techniques.
As featured on Artsy this week, the show will debut new, dynamic paintings:
“Tim Bavington’s intense fields of psychedelically colored stripes, on view in his upcoming show at Bentley Gallery, might not appear at first glance to relate to music, but underpinning these paintings is the artist’s experience of popular music by the likes of the Rolling Stones, Oasis, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, and Neil Young, among other rock icons. Cultivating his own sort of synesthesia, Bavington assigns musical notes to tones of color and compositional elements, so that his paintings seem to pulsate and reverberate with rhythmic bands of synthetic polymer paint. Some of his more swirling, curvilinear compositions might recall digital visualizations of music. His work has been compared to the intoxicatingly atmospheric qualities of a Mark Rothko and Dan Flavin’s neon bars of light, and Bavington’s paintings, a bit like Rothko’s, appear to alter slightly when viewed from different vantage points, the clean stripes blurring when seen up-close, to mesmerizing effect.”
For more information about available works, or opening reception details, please contact Bentley Gallery.
Opening this Thursday, February 27th (from 6-8pm) is “Palinopsia,” an inaugural New York solo exhibition by MMG artist, Julie Oppermann. Presented by Joshua Liner Gallery, the exhibition will feature several large-scale paintings and works on paper by the Berlin-based artist.
Says the gallery:
“The title of the exhibition refers to a visual phenomenon, which occurs when the image of an object seems to linger in the eyes even after the original object is absent—much like when looking directly into a light source and then looking away. However, Palinopsia is a much stronger visual occurrence – as the afterimage is more intense and lasts much longer. The artist’s background in neuroscience and study of color theory both support and stimulate the nature of the work she creates.”
The exhibition will remain on view through March 29, 2014. For additional information, please direct inquiries to Joshua Liner Gallery.