Monthly Archives: September 2009

Chicago Loves Jason Salavon

Looks like Jason Salavon is all over the Windy City these days! Chicago’s annual Artists’ Month (which runs throughout October) will spotlight several emerging and established artists of note, including Jason, with exclusive programming and city-wide events.

Simultaneously, the artist will be participating in two exhibitions in Chicago. Glass Curtain Gallery at Columbia College will be showing work by Jason through October 30th, 2009, while Hyde Park Art Center will feature him in a solo exhibition, Spigot, which will run September 20, 2009 – January 17, 2010, at the  Jackman Goldwasser Catwalk Gallery.

Spigot is a rendition of the digital projection piece featured in Jason’s 2008 show with Mark Moore Gallery, so if you missed it here, here’s your second chance!

Spigot

Allison Schulnik in Border Crossings Magazine

Border Crossings Magazine dedicated eight pages to their recently published interview with MMG’s Allison Schulnik! Pick up issue #111 (on newsstands now) to read about her “Brilliant Rejects,” or visit her press page on the Mark Moore Gallery website to download a PDF of the feature article.

Border Crossings Magazine

Ultrasonic IV Opens to Full House

Ultrasonic IV: Fresh Perspectives drew quite the audience – as is evident by our photo booth documentation, courtesy of Will Tee Yang. Check out some of the fabulous attendees, and while you’re at it, peruse some of the early press at Flavorpill and Beautiful/Decay Magazine!

Weren’t able to make it to the opening night? Lucky for you, the exhibition is on view through October 10, 2009.

Tim Bavington in NYC

MMG’s Tim Bavington opened his solo show at Jack Shainman Gallery to a full house and overwhelmingly positive buzz last Thursday night (09/10). New York Art Beat has already offered some glowing insight to the exhibition. Featuring eight new dynamic paintings, “Up In Suze’s Room” is  a must-see show! For more information, visit Jack Shainman’s website.

Up in Suze's Room (2009)

And we’re LIVE in 5…4…3…2…

Last day of installation here at Mark Moore Gallery before Ultrasonic IV: Fresh Perspectives opens TOMORROW NIGHT from 5-7pm. Rock n’ roll.

Allison Schulnik á Paris

Planning on heading to Paris in the next few days? We’re jealous, but strongly encourage you to check out new works by Allison Schulnik and Kim Dorland featured in Galerie Polad-Hardouin’s exhibition, Holy Destruction, opening September 12, 2009 at 4pm.

On view through October 31, 2009, the show will also feature works by:

André Butzer
Armen Eloyan
Stefanie Gutheil
Jonathan Meese
Bjarne Melgaard
Nicolaï Huch
Marcel Hüppauff
Wu Xiaohai
Fred Kleinberg
Cristina Lama
Orlando Mostyn-Owen
Humberto Poblete Bustamante
Eva Räder
Dawn Mellor
Emmanuelle Renard
Raphaëlle Ricol
Jo Robertson
Lucy Stein

Details and further information can be found here.

Holy Destruction

Yoram Wolberger featured at The Lab

Also opening September 18th is The Lab’s (San Francsico, CA) fourth annual juried group show, Syzygy. Juried by David Cunningham and Misako Inaoka, Syzygy features works by Randy Colosky, Eric Larson, Liesa Lietzke, Hye Yeon Nam, Dominic Nguyen, Flynn O’Brien, Benji Rowan, Gretchen Till, Jessica Westbrook, and Alan Disparte & our own Bay-Area native, Yoram Wolberger.

The opening reception will take place from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., with the show running through Saturday, October 10, 2009. If you’re near NorCal, it’s definitely worth a visit! Details can be obtained at The Lab’s site.

The Lab

Ryan Taber in NYC

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) will be transforming an entire city block into a public art space for contemporary works starting September 18, 2009. Dubbed LentSpace, the project will be located in a downtown New York City block between Canal, Varick, Grand and Sullivan Streets.

The inaugural visual arts exhibition, entitled Points & Lines, is on view through the end of 2009, and features MMG’s Ryan Taber alongside Oliver Babin, Olga Chernysheva, Eli Hansen and Oscar Tuazon, Graham Hudson, Tobias Putrih and Corban Walker. For more information, visit the LMCC’s website.

LentSpace

Brand Spankin’ New Works by Allison Schulnik on View!

Allison Schulnik will be unveiling four new large works at two concurrent exhibitions – both opening this month!

First up:

Psychic Hearts, also featuring Angela Dufresne, Kristine Moran and Max Presneill.

Harris Art Gallery at the University of La Verne

1950 Third Street, La Verne, CA 91750

Opening reception: September 8, 2009, 5-7pm

On view through October 8, 2009.

Desert Hobo (2009)

Followed by:

Baker’s Dozen, also featuring Ann Diener, Mark Dutcher, McLean Fahnestock, Aragna Ker, Chuck Moffit, Jared Pankin, Matthew Picton, Tia Pulitzer, Nathan Redwood, Keith Walsh, Augusta Wood and Eric Yahnker.

Torrance Art Museum

3320 Civic Center, Torrance, CA 90509

Opening Reception: September 19, 6-10pm

On view through November, 7, 2009

We’ve seen the works created specially for these shows, and can attest to their awesome factor! Don’t miss these shows!

Jason Salavon in Cerritos

MMG’s Master of Multimedia, Jason Salavon, will have three works featured in Cerritos College Art Gallery’s “Over/Flow: Horror Vacui in an Age of ‘Information’ Abundance.” Also featured  will be works by James Enos, Roni Feldman, Alexandra Grant, Kael Greco, Matthew Green, Aiko Hachisuka, Chris Jordan, Simmons & Burke and Jody Zellen.

The exhibition opens on Tuesday, September 15th, 4-8pm, and will be on view through November 5, 2009. As always, admission is free.

The gallery is located at 11110 Alondra Blvd., Norwalk, CA 90650. More information can be obtained by calling 562.860.2451.

Over/Flow