Kiel Johnson’s upcoming solo exhibition, “Publish or Perish,” is already on the radar of some LA art aficionados.
In addition to the Beautiful/Decay article by Sasha Lee, and Annie Owens’ contribution to Hi-Fructose Magazine, Shayna Nys Dambrot of Flavorpill weighed in on Kiel’s newest haps. Read her overview on Flavorpill LA, or via the image below.
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.
Here’s a first: MMG’s Ben Weiner is partaking in Museo Magazine’s online exhibition of artist screenshots.
Organized by Timothy Hull and Museo Editor, Dave Shapiro, the exhibition presents a glimpse into the working worlds of practicing comtemporary artists; better close that IM chat window!
Check out “Open Apple Shift 3: An Exhibition of Screenshots…” by visiting Museo Magazine’s website.
Artist duo Asgar/Gabriel will be presenting new work in Vienna, Austria in Brot Kunsthalle’s group exhibition, “The Promise of Loss: A Contemporary Index of Iran.” Opening October 9, from 5-10pm, “Promise of Loss” will also feature work by Sara Rahbar, Babak Golkar, Samira Abbassy and others.
Asgar/Gabriel will be featured in the “Re-imaging the Revolution” section of the exhibition, which was curated by Shaheen Merali.
If you find yourself in the Vienna area, make it a priority to swing by the opening on the 9th!