We came, we saw, we conquered….our booth, at least.
Day one of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair: Miami leaves us void of complaints and thrilled with the works we brought along. PULSE’s new location at the Ice Palace is absolutely perfect and pristine; not to mention the fabulous turnout of established and emerging galleries alike.
Check out some of the photos from our day (excuse the quality, had to snap ’em quick with the iPhone amongst installation) – and if you’re in the area, please visit us in Booth B-202, December 3 – 6th!
Posted in Mark Moore Gallery
Tagged Allison Schulnik, Art Fairs, Ben Weiner, Cindy Wright, Cordy Ryman, Jason Salavon, Julie Heffernan, Kenichi Yokono, Kim Dorland, Nobuhito Nishigawara, Pulse, Tim Bavington, Yigal Ozeri
Planning on heading to Paris in the next few days? We’re jealous, but strongly encourage you to check out new works by Allison Schulnik and Kim Dorland featured in Galerie Polad-Hardouin’s exhibition, Holy Destruction, opening September 12, 2009 at 4pm.
On view through October 31, 2009, the show will also feature works by:
Humberto Poblete Bustamante
Details and further information can be found here.
In conjunction with its 5th anniversary, Skew Gallery (Calgary, Alberta) will mount its third solo exhibition for Kim Dorland. Showcasing new works and a narrative sensibility, the exhibition is surely not to be missed, and is on view September 10 – October 10, 2009.
For more information on Kim’s show and the opening reception, head over to Skew Gallery’s website.
Gavin Nolan’s current exhibition, Hexen Reflex, was listed on DAILYSERVING this weekend, with only two weeks of the show left, make sure you stop by and see his fabulous paintings.
Another version of the Aaron Rosen article appears on CAS, Canadian Art Scene, entitled “Bruised Beauty, paintings by Kim Dorland”. To read this updated account of Dorland’s current show at Freight + Volume, click here.
Kim Dorland’s fantastic solo show “Super ! Natural!” at Freight + Volume was reviewed in today’s New York Times, you can read the article here. (You have to scroll down a little.) We will have a scan of the review up on the website shortly.
The exhibition was also reviewed by Aaron Rosen yesterday in artnet’s online magazine. You can read the article on our website.
Kim Dorland’s current show at Freight + Volume got a great write up (and an equally interesting comment) on the blog BmoreArt on Sunday. You can read the post here.
There was also a nice mention of Kim Dorland on Molly Steven’s blog Art on My Mind. You can read the post here.
Sasha Lee from Beautiful/Decay magazine conducted an in-depth and informative interview with Kim Dorland. To learn more about Kim, his work and his process, click here.
Kim Dorland’s solo exhibition, “Super! Natural!”, opens tomorrow night at Freight + Volume Gallery in New York. The works included in the show are fantastic and well worth seeing. If you can’t make it to the opening event, the exhibition is on view until June 25th.
For more information please visit Freight + Volume’s website.
Kenichi Yokono and his wonderful wife and daughter flew in from Japan to help celebrate the opening of his second solo show last Saturday night. We all had a great time at the opening, and would like to thank everyone who attended. Check out the photos below to see if you got snapped, or to see what you missed this time around! Save the date for our next opening on the 23rd of May, hope to see you there.
You can see all the photos from Saturday at our photographer, Will Tee Yang’s website.