MMG is thrilled to announce their new in-house publication series, Mark Moore Gallery: Statements. Each booklet acts as a mini-retrospective catalogue for a featured artist, and is usually produced in tandem with a current solo exhibition at the gallery. Including an essay, artist interview, bio, selected press quotes, and examples of works both old, new and in public collections, Mark Moore Gallery: Statements will thoroughly introduce the featured artist to our readers.
Mark Moore Gallery: Statement 1 is available now for $20 (plus shipping).Featuring the gallery’s current solo exhibition artist, Kim Dorland, Statement 1 can be purchased by emailing email@example.com.
Kim Dorland and his family flew in from their Toronto home turf to attend the opening reception for “1991” – where they were met with a gallery that smelled like his studio and impressed declarations from passerby.
With DJ MoreDillon spinning beats and Will Tee Yang capturing candids, the exhibition opened to positive acclaim and a hearty turn-out. Kim extends his thanks for the support, and MMG encourages you to come by the gallery before this show closes on April 17th, 2010.
Onto the pics…
SXSW is predominantly known for its mega-music-industry swank, indie showcases, sponsor parties and international attendees that appear to have sprung from the very pages of an Urban Outfitters catalogue. Leave it to Allison Schulnik to find the bridge between this and her acclaimed contemporary art.
Featured in SXSW’s video showcase, Schulnik’s “Forest” – which also doubled as the music video for Grizzly Bear’s “Ready, Able,” nabbed the runner-up position behind “Luv Deluxe” by Cinnamon Chasers, directed by Saman Keshavarz.
For the full report, courtesy of Clash Music, visit the video-fest wrap-up here.
In case you missed Todd Hebert‘s 2009 show with Mark Moore Gallery, you can check out his newest works at Jack Shainman Gallery through April 17, 2010!
“Recent Work,” which opened yesterday (March 18th) features several new paintings and works on paper by Hebert, all of which employ his trademark play on depth perception and dreamy haziness.
For more information on this exhibition, or the artist, you may visit Jack Shainman Gallery’s website.
MMG’s Ali Smith and Ben Weiner will be featured in “Elements of Nature: Selections from the Wesiman Foundation,” alongside Charles Arnoldi, Billy Al Bengston, Vija Celmins, Joe Goode and Ed Ruscha – opening tonight (March 13th, 2010) at the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard, CA.
From 4-6pm, you can meet some of the artists featured in the exhibition, and preview the show, which will be on view through May 23, 2010.
For more information, you may visit the Carnegie’s website.
Looks like this is a big weekend for many of MMG’s artists, as Jason Salavon is also opening at Tony Wight Gallery tomorrow (March 13, 2010)!
While the formal artist reception will take place on March 20, from 5-8pm, the exhibition, “Old Codes,” will be on view starting Saturday, and runs through April 10th.
For more information on the exhibition or reception details, visit the gallery’s exhibition page.
If you happen to be in the Lone Star State tomorrow night – specifically, Austin – don’t miss Jeremy Fish‘s first stop on his mobile art tour, “The Road Less Traveled,” at Okay Mountain Gallery!
The opening stop of six scheduled appearances, Jeremy’s show at Okay Mountain is merely the beginning to a Kerouac-esque existence for the artist, and his partner in crime, James “Jimi” Changa. While Jeremy has been keeping us abreast of his adventures, you may also follow his chronicles on the Upper Playground website, where the two adventurers are submitting meticulous notes on their experiences.
For more information on the opening event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.