Monthly Archives: May 2010

MMG: Statements 3 Features Ben Weiner

Now available on pre-order, Mark Moore Gallery: Statements 3 features Ben Weiner, complete with images from his upcoming solo exhibition, Material and Illusion, as well as works in public collections, a full-length interview and press excerpts.

The book can be purchased for $20 (plus shipping expenses) by emailing:

Dimitri Kozyrev Featured in Four Exhibitions

With two upcoming shows in New York, one in Santa Fe and one in Tuscon, Dimitri Kozyrev is trying to be an equal opportunist for those wanting to see his work. Kicking things off with Stephan Stoyanov Gallery on June 6th, Kozyrev will also have works featured in New York in Mixed Greens‘ group exhibition, “Gimme Shelter,” on view July 15 – September 3, 2010.

Kozyrev will simultaneously have work in “Made in Tuscon/Born in Tuscon/Live in Tuscon Part II” at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tuscon, AZ – on view July 3 through September 25 – as well as the inaugural group exhibition at David Richard Contemporary‘s new space in Santa Fe, NM, which opens July 19th.

Be sure to catch one – or all – of Dimitri’s national appearances.

Benrimon Contemporary Features Yoram Wolberger

Benrimon Contemporary will host Yoram Wolberger’s first New York solo exhibition, “Cowboys and Indians,” starting June 10, 2010. On view through July 3, the show will feature a variety of works from the life-size Cowboy and Indian series, in addition to related prints.

Catch the opening reception from 5-9pm on Thursday, June 10th!

Allison Schulnik: LA Film Festival and Times Square

Allison Schulnik‘s most recent video, “Forest,” (2009) is getting super-sized. As we like to say, “go big or go home….for hobo,” and Schulnik’s infamous nomadic vagabond is making his New York debut in a big way: on the MTV screen in Times Square. Curated and produced by Creative Time, “Forest” will screen in rotation with works by Rob Carter and Graeme Patterson June 15 – July 15th. Should you find yourself between 44th and 45th Avenue on Broadway – in front of the MTV Building – it’s likely you’ll catch her clay-animated magic on the streets of NYC.

Additionally, “Forest” will be featured in the upcoming 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival! Featured in the “Ecelectic Mix 2” screening for music videos, Schulnik’s piece can be seen on the evenings of June 18th (8pm) and 20th (7pm) at the Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Sound Stage. Tickets are on sale June 1 at – we recommend buying them ASAP!

Looks like this summer is going to be a busy one for Ms. Schulnik….as her works will also be featured in two upcoming group exhibitions in New York! First up, Schulnik will be featured in CANADA‘s “Homunculi,” on view June 4 – July 11, alongside artists Matt Greene, Ruby Neri and Matthew Ronay. Opening on June 24, “Touched” at Lehmann Maupin will also feature new paintings by Schulnik in addition to works by Maria Nepomuceno and Klara Kristalova. The exhibition will be on view through August 13, 2010.

So really, if you’re on either coastline Allison’s got you covered…

Yigal Ozeri in Amsterdam

Before his LA solo debut with Mark Moore Gallery this fall, photorealist painter Yigal Ozeri is mounting an exhibition at Amsterdam’s Galerie Brandt. Featuring several new oil paintings, Ozeri’s solo show, entitled “Olga in the Park” features his trademark depictions of unusual young women marked for their uncanny realism and psychologically engaging presence.

The show opens today (May 21) and is on view through June 27, 2010.

Chad Person’s “Whale” Hits Marfa

In the Texas region? Head down to Marfa to check out Chad Person‘s “Dying Gaul” installation – presented in tandem with the Marfa Film Festival. On view at the Waypoint property through this Sunday, May 9th, Person’s 40-foot  inflatable sculpture of  a Sperm Whale will inflate and deflate in an homage to a “cyclical end to obsession.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information, visit Waypoint’s website, or

Mark Moore Gallery Statements 2: Tim Bavington

Now in its second installment, Mark Moore Gallery Statements features currently exhibiting artist Tim Bavington. Spotlighting works from throughout Bavington’s career, and those in public collections, Statements 2: Tim Bavington acts as condensed overview of the stylistic progression of the artist.

To purchase a copy of this issue of Statements for $20 (plus shipping), please email You may also download a free PDF copy by visiting Tim’s artist press page here!