Tim Bavington‘s fifth solo exhibition – which also marked his tenth year of representation with Mark Moore Gallery – opened last Saturday night to the classic rock-inspired beats of DJ More Dillon and an array of long-standing enthusiasts.
A selection of these photos also appear on our gallery page on Facebook – so don’t delay in “liking” us and tagging yourself in the album! Thanks to Will Tee Yang for the event coverage and general awesomeness.
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…
Todd and Jennifer’s shows opened to sensational reviews and a full house last Saturday night. We thank them both for making the journey to LA to be in attendance for the event, and all of the gallery’s supporters for making yet another memorable opening. A few photo highlights courtesy of Will Tee Yang Photography can be found below, and by clicking here.
Allison Schulnik’s work will be featured in the group show “whaddaya wanna be, a flower?!” at Alexander and Bonin Gallery in New York, alongside the work of John Baldessari and Jeff Koons, among others. The opening reception will be on Tuesday 23rd, from 6 – 8pm and the exhibition will run until August 14th. For more information about the gallery or the opening event, visit the gallery website.
If you were here on Saturday night you will know our opening for Julie Heffernan and Gavin Nolan was one of our most successful yet. Thanks to everyone who attended and made it the hip and happening party it was. A sample of photos from the night are below, have a look and see if you were snapped, or see what you missed.
Thanks to Will Tee Yang for his excellent camera skills, head over to his site to see all the great photos he took.
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.
Judi Rotenberg Gallery opens their group show, “Paper Trail v. 5: Intimate Gestures”, which features the work of Kim Rugg, tonight in Boston, MA. The show will run until the 11th of July. If you have the opportunity, please stop by and show your support for Kim.
Kim Rugg’s work is currently being featured in the exhibition “Pictures of Words” at Galerie Schmidt Maczollek, Cologne in Germany. The exhibition was curated by David Pagel and will run until June 13th. If you can, go and see this fantastic show. Images of the opening are below.
Ali Smith injected some (much needed?) California color into New York, with both her artwork and her outfit, last Thursday night at the opening of her first NYC solo show at Freight + Volume. See photos of the packed gallery space below. Congratulations Ali!
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.