Monthly Archives: February 2010

Bavington Heads to San Diego

Scott White Contemporary Art will be mounting a group exhibition featuring MMG’s Tim Bavington, Gene Davis and Kenneth Noland this coming spring. Opening on March 12, 2010, and on view through May 8th, “Intervals” will showcase the three aforementioned artists’ use of rhythm and pattern through painting.

Further information and details can be located on the gallery’s website.

Kenichi Yokono in Japan

If you just so happen to be in or near Tokyo this weekend, and need some plans for tomorrow night, swing by the opening reception for Kenichi Yokono‘s solo show, “Squirm,” at Unseal Contemporary.  They’ve just finished installing, and the works look sensational!

For more information on the gallery, the exhibition or to visit the show via the internet, click here, or visit the gallery’s official website.

NYAA Features Julie Heffernan

New York Academy of Art is currently hosting “private (dis)play” – an exhibition of the private sketchbooks, journals and other related works of American contemporary figurative artists.

Featured with Peter Drake, Mira Schor and seventeen others, MMG’s Julie Heffernan is on (dis)play through February 28, 2010. A series of lectures by the exhibition’s artists will take place throughout the month, so be sure to visit the exhibition’s website for further details.

Tim Bavington at the Bemis Center

The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts recently opened “Borderland Abstraction,” an exhibition of new abstraction in the United States featuring MMG’s Tim Bavington alongside Mary Heilmann, Nils Folke Anderson and others.

On view through May 8, 2010, the group show addresses the varying debates around contemporary abstraction through a myriad of mediums and concepts. If you’re in the Omaha area, be sure to drop by!

This exhibition was organized by Hesse McGraw, Bemis Center curator. For more information on the Bemis Center, or “Borderland Abstraction,” please visit the center’s website.