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 www.lafilmfest.com – 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…
If you haven’t already seen Allison Schulnik‘s fifth full-length video, “FOREST” (2009), you must live in an alternate universe…but you also have the chance to catch it at this year’s Film Independent’s Los Angeles Film Festival!
As a featured film in the “Shorts and Music Videos” category, FOREST will screen along other independent filmmakers’ creations June 17 – 27, 2010. Join Allison and MMG for the summertime screening as we celebrate the tenth festival presentation of the video!
Missed Allison Schulnik‘s solo exhibition in LA? Good news for you: there’s another chance to see new work from her in Chicago!
Opening last night (04/16), “Home for Hobo Too” will be on view through May 15th at Tony Wight Gallery. For more information on the exhibition, please visit the gallery’s website.
With summer already fast approaching, bikinis are being bought, vacations are being planned…and annual group shows are being announced!
Allison Schulnik, who’s most recent solo exhibition took place at Mark Moore Gallery this past January, has been confirmed to participate in two multi-artist exhibitions in New York this June.
Kicking things off early in the month at Canada Gallery, Schulnik will be featured alongside artists such as Matt Greene and Matthew Ronay. Shortly thereafter, on view June 24 – August 14, she will also show at Lehmann Maupin with Brett Lund, Angel Otero, Klara Kristalova, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Maria Nepomuceno and Noriko Ambe.
Please visit the websites of both of these galleries for additional information, which may be accessed by clicking the links above.
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.
If you’re near the windy city, be sure to dash over to Western Exhibitions to see the much-acclaimed “The Power of Selection, part 1” (curated by Fecal Face’s Ryan Travis Christian) and “Suitable Video: Works from the Suitable Exhibitions Archive” (curated by Scott Wolniak).
The simultaneous group exhibitions feature work by Sterling Ruby, Sarah Conaway, Alika Cooper, Ben Stone, Eric Yahnker and MMG’s Allison Schulnik, among others. On view through February 6th, the shows have received positive review from Time Out Chicago, ArtSlant, and the Chicago Reader, among numerous blog posts and Tweets.
For more information, visit WE’s exhibition page, or simply drop into the gallery Wednesday-Saturday (11am – 6pm), located at:
119 N. Peoria St., #2A
Chicago, IL 60607
Thanks to everyone who came out last Saturday for Allison Schulnik’s long-awaited sophomore solo show, “Home for Hobo.” The line of cars streaming into the parking lot had us going until 8:30pm, and the support was certainly appreciated by Allison. Check out some of the photos from the evening below, and be sure to visit our gallery Fan Page on Facebook for the full album. Tag yourselves while you’re at it!
The Torrance Art Museum has a banner year of programming scheduled for 2010. Kicking things off with “The Reflected Gaze,” which is on view January 16 – February 20, TAM will be featuring a few of MMG’s own, including: Julie Heffernan, Jennifer Nehrbass, Gavin Nolan and Cindy Wright. Their self portraits will be shown in conjunction with those from the likes of Chuck Close, Damien Hirst and KAWS, along several others.
The opening reception will be January 16, 6-9pm – for more information visit TAM’s website.
Mark Moore Gallery is kicking off the new year with a long-awaited sophomore solo show from LA-native, Allison Schulnik.
Since Schulnik’s uber-impastoed paintings last graced our walls in 2007, she’s been included in over twenty international group shows and four solo exhibitions. Aside from being the subject of many publications and the artistic director of indie-music-sensation Grizzly Bear’s last music video, she’s found some time to create “Home for Hobo” – which consists of twelve new paintings, among a few other goodies.
Schulnik will be in attendance for her opening tomorrow evening, January 9th, from 5-7pm. We suggest you come see (and smell) these luscious works for yourself….or be horribly depressed that you missed it.
While we are embarrassingly late in updating our blog, Mark Moore Gallery can say that we’re looking forward to a very strong 2010. Between the positivity felt at the Miami fairs, new artists being welcomed into the gallery and long-awaited shows being added to the schedule, we bid a hearty farewell to 2009.
Check out the goods for yourself with our mini-teaser below: