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Recent Museum Acquisitions from Mark Moore Gallery

All of us at Mark Moore Gallery are pleased to announce many new museum acquisitions from our artists in such a short time since the beginning of the year.

Allison Schulnik - Captain, 2012

Allison Schulnik
Captain, 2012 / Oil on Linen / 68 x 84 inches
Acquired by the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Santa Barbara Museum of Art has acquired Okay Mountain‘s 2011 video work, “Instructional Video,” but also, both the Orange County Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego have acquired the last two remaining edition copies of Okay Mountain’s 2010 video “Water Water Everywhere So Let’s All Have a Drink.”  In addition, MCASD has also taken Allison Schulnik‘s 2009 animation “Forest” and her large oil painting titled “Captain,” that was featured in her last solo exhibition at Mark Moore Gallery in 2012.

Allison Schulnik again has had work acquired by a museum this year with “Mound,” her most recent animation that premiered at her 2011 solo show at ZieherSmith in New York as well as being featured in her current exhibition at the Laguna Art Museum.  The final edition copy of “Mound” has just been acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Also in this short period of time, David Hilliard‘s “5 Cords” has been acquired by the Portland Art Museum, and Tim Bavington‘s “Cry You A Song” has gone to the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art.

All of this signals an exciting start to 2013 so far with many other museum acquisitions currently pending. Institutions such as the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, the McNay Art Museum, the Blanton Museum of Art, the Honolulu Museum of Art, and the Orange County Museum of Art are pending approval on works by Mark Moore Gallery artists Okay Mountain, Penelope Umbrico, Tim Bavington, and Cindy Wright.

Okay Mountain - Prototype #7, 2013

Okay Mountain
Prototype #7, 2013 / Digital c-print / 18 x 24 inches

SILENCE OF THE NIGHT – Cindy Wright at Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam

The hyper-realistic paintings by Mark Moore Gallery’s Flemish artist, Cindy Wright, will be presented as part a double exhibition this autumn at Galerie Ron Mandos along side stunning video works by the Israeli video-artist and photographer Dana Levy.

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Alhambra, 2012, Cindy Wright, Oil on Linen, 100 x 150 cm. / The Wake, 2011, Dana Levy, HD video, 05.03 min.

SILENCE OF THE NIGHT:  The work of Cindy Wright plays with the tradition of still life painting and themes of ‘Vanitas’. Wright creates her own subject matter, which she photographs with a digital camera. These  images are what she uses in the painting process. The paintings illustrate a reality painted from a photographic reality. Her choice of subject matter (fish in a bowl, withered flowers, general waste) assign a contemporary air to traditional still life painting.

THE FOUNTAIN/ THE WAKE:  Dana Levy explores in her work the relationship between the natural and the unnatural. For her video The Wake she filmed in the Carnegie Natural History Museum in Pittsburg, USA. Between the drawers of stuffed butterflies, accurately preserved in authentic wooden cabinets, the viewer sees one-hundred living butterflies. Their interaction creates a special tension in this video. Also on show will be her video The Fountain.

The exhibition will be introduced by art historian Stef van Bellingen (at 17:30 on the opening). Van Bellingen teaches contemporary art at various art institutions in Belgium and the Netherlands. As a curator, he is active in the Netherlands and abroad, where he works with both upcoming talent and established artists.

AMSTERDAM 27.10.12 – 24.11.12

OPENING: SATURDAY 27.10.2012 17:00 -19:00

With an introduction by art historian Stef van Bellingen at 17:30.

Galerie Ron Mandos
Prinsengracht 282
1016 HJ Amsterdam
+31 (0)20-320 70 36
info@ronmandos.nl
www.ronmandos.nl
Open: Wed to Sat 12 – 6 pm
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Cindy Wright – ‘Silence of the Night’, The Moon was too Bright, 2010, 95 x 140 cm, Oil on linnen

“Elements of Nature” in New Orleans

In addition to beignets, jazz and football, New Orleans appears to have a pretty good handle on contemporary art. Concurrently on view with the “Prospect 1.5″ edition of the city’s Biennial of international art, “Elements of Nature” is showcasing selections from the CA-based Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation’s permanent collection at the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans.

On view through February 27, 2011, the exhibition features works by MMG artists Todd Hebert, Allison Schulnik, Ali Smith and Cindy Wright alongside Ed Ruscha, Robert Rauschenberg, Billy Al Bengston and many others. More information on the show – curated by Billie Milam Weisman – can be found on the exhibition website.

For Your Eyes Only: Cindy Wright

MMG’s Cindy Wright will be featured in “For Your Eyes Only,” a group exhibition at De Markten (Brussels) featuring Mary Heilmann, Marilyn Minter and Kati Heck among others. Curated the Hans Theys, the exhibition will be on view April 23 – May 25, 2010 – with a vernissage taking place on April 22, 7:30-10pm.

For more information, please visit DeMarkten’s website.

Dear Miami: MMG Loves You

We came, we saw, we conquered….our booth, at least.

Day one of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair: Miami leaves us void of complaints and thrilled with the works we brought along. PULSE’s new location at the Ice Palace is absolutely perfect and pristine; not to mention the fabulous turnout of established and emerging galleries alike.

Check out some of the photos from our day (excuse the quality, had to snap ‘em quick with the iPhone amongst installation) – and if you’re in the area, please visit us in Booth B-202, December 3 – 6th!

Cindy Wright’s Work Assumes Post in Museum

Cindy Wright’s “Untitled (Self Portrait)” found a rather nice home in the permanent collection of The Contemporary Museum (HI). Looks like it’s being well-guarded, too.

Cindy Wright Work Acquired by The Contemporary Museum

Mark Moore Gallery is thrilled to announce The Contemporary Museum’s (HA) acquisition of Cindy Wright’s “Untitled” (2008).

The museum’s head curator, Jay Jensen, stated, “The painting has great staying power, a work one could go back to again and again and find something more in it.”

Congratulations to both the artist and the museum for such a fabulous addition to TCM’s permanent collection.

Cindy Wright

Cindy Wright @ Ixelles Museum of Fine Arts

Cindy Wright’s work will be included in the group exhibition “Fading”, at the Ixelles Museum of Fine Arts (Musée d’Ixelles). The show opens this Thursday the 25th and runs until September 13, 2009.

If you happen to be in Belgium during this time, please stop by and see this fantastic museum show. For more information, visit the museum website here.

Cindy Wright at Madison MoCA

Cindy Wright’s work will be featured in the exhibition, “Curators’ Choice: New Works from MMoCA’s Collection”, at Madison MoCA, which runs from June 6th until November 8th, 2009. Cindy’s work, “Young Woman in London”, will also be discussed by Jane Simon, the curator of exhibitions, during the Curators’ Conversation. The conversation takes place this Friday the 5th at 6.30pm.

For more information regarding the exhibition and event, please visit MMoCA’s website

Cindy Wright in artnet Top 20

Artnet has chosen the exhibition UN-SCR-1325, which features Cindy Wright, as one of their “Top Twenty Shows”. The exhibition is at the Chelsea Museum of Art until the 11th of April. Follow the link to see the run-down in full.

ArtNet Article