|ERICA H. ADAMS has co-curated the traveling exhibition "RESPETO/RESPECT" with Carlota Duarte founder-director of Chiapas Photography Project, which explores the diversity of expressions of religion and rites as seen by Maya photographers from two ethnic groups of Chiapas, Mexico. The exhibition is on view May 7July 2, 2013 at the Yale University Institute of Sacred Music, with a reception June 13. Recent exhibitions include: "Chain Letter: 10 Artists Pick 10 Artists" at Samsøn Projects, July 1630, 2011; "Berkshire Salon 2011" annual exhibition at Eclipse Gallery (North Adams) May 20June 19, 2011 and "HOPE" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, November 13December 18, 2011.
MARILYN ARSEM recently published the article "Some Thoughts On Teaching Performance Art in Five Parts" in the Total Art Journal. The article is being translated into Polish (for a book) and French (for a journal published in Quebec). Recent performances include: With the Others, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as part of "Odd Spaces" on May 15, 2013; still.missing (2012), laying facedown in flour in the window of Defibrillator Gallery in Chicago for three hours (Chicago, IL).
JOHN AVAKIAN's monoprint Family Bio 30 was selected for the Creative Impact Exhibit "Remembering" and received "Best in the Show" award at the Attleboro Arts Museum. His monoprint Acquatic Universe, which was accepted in the Blanche Ames National Art Exhibition 2012, received first prize. Recent exhibitions/awards include: the James Jefferis Prize at the New Haven Paint and Clay Club's "100th Annual Juried Art Exhibition"; honorable mention at Monotype Guild of New England's "Members Juried Exhibition"; and second place at the "2nd Annual National Monotype and Monoprint Exhibition" at the Fitchburg Art Museum.
NOIT BANAI spoke at the opening of a Salvador Dali exhibitition, "Aliyah, The Rebirth of Israel" on March 3 at the Rubin-Frankel Gallery and introduced and moderated the discussion "The Perils and Paradoxes of Remembrance: Dissecting France's Duty to Memory" March 6 at Tufts University's Center for Humanitites. Recent events include: curating the exhibition "The World According to Derrick: Performative Objects in Formation" at the Mills Gallery/Boston Center for the Arts through September 23, 2012; moderating a panel about the exhibition "Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 19581968," February 24, 2012 at Tufts University Art Gallery and the lecture" Mark Bradford: Is Abstraction Still Political?" at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, February 27, 2012.
CLAIRE BECKETT will be presenting her first solo exhibition, "Claire Beckett MATRIX 163: Simulating Iraq," at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, CT, November 3, 2011
March 4, 2012.
SUSAN JANE BELTON is exhibiting in "Still Life: The Painted Image" August 4, 2012January 20, 2013 at the Washington County Museum of Art (Hagerstown, MD). Recent exhibitions include: a pop-up exhibition at the W Residences (Boston), June 18 and 19 and George Billis Gallery (New York) April 5May 7, 2011.
GERRY BERGSTEIN exhibits in "Theory and Practice," a show of new work at Gallery NAGA on Newbury Street March 123, 2013. The exhibit has been reviewed in the Boston Globe and Huffington Post. Recent exhibitions/events: His studio was featured in the spring 2011 edition of New American Paintings.
ERIK BENJAMINS exhibited in the Howard Art Project's inaugral exhibition "Hot For Teacher" in Dorchester, MA, October 21
November 18, 2011.
BARBARA BICKART's video installation triptych WHEN: Memphis (2011) is in the Black Box at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, April 130, 2013. WHEN: Memphis, WHEN: Philadelphia and WHEN: Kent State will be on view at the Painted Bride in spring 2013. Recent exhibitions/events include: WHEN: Memphis at the Seattle Art Museum May 1June 30, 2012, Partner Project (2011), collaboration with choreographer Risa Jaroslow, Danspace Project (New York) and visiting artist lecture, "Found Choreography" (2011).
LAURA BLACKLOW is participating in "Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here," a three-part exhibition of artist's books and broadsides at Cambridge Arts Council Gallery, January 7June 21, 2013. On March 5, 2007, a car bomb exploded and killed 30 people on the ancient street of booksellers, located at the cultural heart of Baghdad, Iraq. The exhibition is part of an international response to that event.
BILL BURKE is exhibiting in "Rough Road: The Kentucky Documentary Photographic Project 19751977″ on view at the Frazier History Museum (Louisville), October 15, 2011January 15, 2012. Recent exhibitions include:a solo show, "Destrukto," at Howard Yezerski Gallery, February 11March 15, 2011.
JONATHAN CALM is exhibiting in "Streetwise," curated by Elga Wimmer, at the Chelsea Art Museum on view June 23July 30, 2011. Recent exhibition include: "Boston Does Boston IV" at the Proof Gallery (Boston) December 11, 2010January 29, 2011.
MARIA MAGDALENA CAMPOS-PONS is currently exhibiting "Something About Family" at the W.E.B.Du Bois Institute (Cambridge) through May 31, 2013. She will participate in the 2013 Venice Biennale: The 55th International Art Exhibition will take place June 1November, 24 2013 and feature artists from over 80 countries, among them Campos-Pons who will represent her native country, Cuba. She represented Cuba/U.S. in the 2012 Havana Bienal. Recent exhibitions/lectures include: "Mama/Reciprocal Energy" at the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, October 12
December 8, 2011. "Queloides: Race and Racism in Cuban Contemporary Art" at the 8th Floor (New York), April 12July 14, 2011; group show "Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art" on view January 22April 13, 2011 at the Chicago Cultural Center; solo exhibition "Sugar: Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons" is on view at Smith College Museum of Art (Northampton, MA) September 24, 2010January 2, 2011.
ABIGAIL CHILD's "The Suburban Trilogy" will be screened at the Collins Cinema, Davis Art Center, Wellesley College on March 25, 2013 at 7 pm as part of the Deciphering Identity show. "The Suburban Trilogy" is a feature-length project about girlhood and the immigrant dream, focusing on post World War II North American suburbs and between the war Europe, critically seen through the lens of gender, property and myths of nation. A reception of wine and matzoh will follow the film. Child presented her new book "Is This What You Were Born For" at a book launch at the Anthology Film Archives in New York, October 14, 2011.
ROBERT COLLINS participated in the "Faculty Exhibition" at the Danforth Museum of Art (Framingham) January 5February 1, 2011.
MARK COOPER has been named a finalist for the Institute for Contemporary Art/Boston's 2013 James and Audrey Foster Prize, which showcases top art made in the region. Recent exhibitions include a solo exhibition "More is More" at the Samson Gallery in Boston, MA, October 22
December 10, 2011. An image Cooper created using a large format Polaroid camera is included in the book From Polaroid to Impossible: Masterpieces of Instant Photography - The Westlicht Collection. He is currently involved in a three year collaborative project addressing peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland.
ERICA DABORN has a solo show "Erica Daborn: Dialogues with Mother Earth" on view at the Clark Gallery through March 2, 2013 with a reception February 9, 4-6pm. Recent exhibitions include: the solo show "Hecho En Mexico" at NK Gallery, Boston (in collaboration with the Clark Gallery of Lincoln) on view January 729, 2011
DAVID DAVISON will exhibit in "Intersticio: Un Dialogo Enre la y la Material" at the Museo Anton (Asturias, Spain) March 22May 2013. Recent exhibitions include a solo show, "Tocar," at Lola Orato Espacio de Arte (Spain), September 6October 14, 2012.
BONNIE DONOHUE's recent exhibitions include: "Killing Mapepe: Sex and Death in Cold War Puerto Rico" at the Museo Fuerte Conde de Mirasol (Vieques, Puerto Rico) on view July 2September 11, 2011, a unique collaboration between Donohue and cultural anthropologist Katherine McCaffrey; "Diasporas and Dreams" at Bowman-Penelec-Megahan Art Gallery, Allegheny College (Meadville PA), January 25March 11, 2011.
JIM DOW will have a 40-year retrospective at the Flash Forward Festival, at 401 Harrison Avenue (Boston) May 39, 2013. Opening reception will be held May 3, 69 pm. Recent exhibitions/events include exhibition at Espacio foto arte in Punta del Este, Uruguay, which opened February 1, 2013 and presented Dow's photographs alongside paintings by Fermín Eguia; a solo exhibition "American Studies: Photographs by Jim Dow" at Jane Borden, Inc. (New York), June 2July 15, 2011.
JESSECA FERGUSON exhibited her pinhole photography in "Museum of Memory" in Gallery X of Schneider Hall Galleries on the University of Louisville Hite Art Institute, Belknap Campus, August 23Septmber 30, 2012 (Louisville, KY). Recent exhibitions/events include: participation in the 33rd Annual Fort Point Open Studios October 20+21, 2012 (Boston); "Off the Books: Three Photographers" at the Vermont center for Photography, September 730, 2012; "The Par Avion Project" at the French Cultural Center (Boston) June 7July 26, 2012, with opening reception June 7, 6:308:30 pm; "More Back Forty," the 40th anniversary exhibition at the Art Complex Museum (Duxbury, MA) September 18, 2011January 15, 2012; a solo show of 35 pinhole photographs and collaged photo-objects, "Handmade Pictures," at the Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey, located in Wiltshire, England, January 2June 26, 2011; speaker at the 2011 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts, April 10, 2011 in Boston; "What is Contained: The Book as Subject and Object" on view at Gallery360 (Northeastern University) March 6April 12, 2011.
BILL FLYNN is exhibiting in "Exhale_Draw" at Hallspace (Boston) April 27June 15, 2013 with a reception April 27, 36 pm. For over 40 years this group of artists has challenged each other to push ideas searching for something to emerge.
JOEL FRENZER's new animation, T.H.I.R.S.T., screening in competition at the Ottawa International Animation Festival on September 24, 2012; he also lead a panel discussion about creating TV animation for adults and comedy writing. The film also screened May 7 and 8, 2012 at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston.
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, a time-based photographic gridin "Ripple Effect" on view at the Peabody Essex Museum (Salem) through April 30, 2012; solo show "Above The Clouds," concurrent video installation at Anthony Greaney and Carroll and Sons, January 5February 26, 2011 and "At Work" at Lorand Gallery (Boston) January 25April 3, 2011.
BARBARA GALLUCCI's recent exhibitions include: two furniture installations at the Editions and Artists Book Fair in New York City, November 4
6, 2011; "Utopiary Terrace," at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, February 5April 24, 2011, part of the PLATFORM seriest and "Less and More Less" opened March 4 at Carroll and Sons through April 30, 2011.
MATTHEW GAMBER will exhibit alongside Harold "Doc" Edgerton in "Basic Ingredients of a Complex World" June 28August 10, 2013 at Gallery Kayafas (Boston) with an opening reception: June 28, 5:308 pm.
EMILY GEPHART is presenting "Arthur B. Davies' Dreaming Bodies: Art & Psychology in Turn of the Century America" at Randolph College's Art Department & Maier Museum of Art symposium "Modern Movements: Exploring the Body in Modern American Art" on March 16, 2013.
JANE GILLOOLY's new film, "Suitcase of Love and Shame," will screen at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston on March 30, 2013 alongside a Q+A with Gillooly. She was named a 2012 Fellow by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and took time to work on this latest film project. Recent screenings include: "The Suitcase of Love and Shame" for the University of Iowa in An Evening of Experimental Documentary on October 10, 2012; screenings of "Today The Hawk Takes One Chick" include: Brattle Theater, August 16, 2011 followed by a Q+A.
JOHN C. GONZALEZ has been named one of 24 artists to watch in 2013 by Modern Painters/ARTINFO. He presented his collaborative show at Samson Gallery in Boston, MA, where he is its third artist in residence, September 2011
SAM GOULD was featured in the September 10, 2012 Walker Art Center blog interview about "Surplus Seminar," artist collective Red76's three-week Open Field residency.
JULIE GRAHAM's recent exhibitions include is exhibiting in the group show "Entering Abstraction" at the Ruth Bachofner Gallery (Santa Monica, CA), July 23September 3, 2011 and group show "Paintings & Works on Paper" at Victoria Munroe Fine Art, December 15, 2010January 8, 2011.
ANGELINA GUALDONI's recent exhibitions include: a solo show "Channels"at Kavi Gupta (Berlin, Germany) July 628, 2012; "Regina Rex, Part 1" at Eli Ping Gallery (New York) on view through July 15, 2012 and a group show "In Side Out" at Susan Inglett Gallery (New York) December 9, 2010January 29, 2011.
MAGS HARRIES is showing Levels at Boston Sculptor's Gallery January 3March 3, 2013 with SOWA First Friday receptions February 1 + March 1, 58pm and an artist's reception + gallery talk, February 9, 36 pm. She and Lajos Heder recently opened a new installation, "XiXi Umbrellas," in China's Xixi Wetland Park as part of the 2012 West Lake International Invitational Sculpture Exhibition. Recent exhibitions and projects include: with Lajos Heder "Terpsichore for Kansas City," a public art installation itransforming the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts into an instrument of light and sound, opening December 2, 2011; two glass pieces and an installation called River in the exhibition "Ripple Effect: The ART OF H20" at the Peabody Essex Museum on view June 18, 2011May 2012.
NATE HARRISON gave a talk Copyright and The Pictures Generation in the guest lecturer series, The Gray Chair, at The Law Office of Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento on September 23, 2012 (Brooklyn, NY). Recent exhibitions include: "A Purpose On Image," at Beton 7 (Athens, Greece); "LIVRET II" at Galerie Art:Concept (Paris); "I Like The Art World And The Art World Likes Me" at EFA Project Space, New York; "Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid" at Centre Pompidou (Paris) and "Hard to Sell, Good to Have" at Palais Sturany (Vienna, Austria).
KEN HRUBY had a solo sculpture exhibition "A Veteran's Voice" at AD Gallery (UNC-Pembroke), May 10July 6, 2011.
DAVID KELLEY is exhibiting in "Post-geometric organisms" September 29October 30, 2012 at ParisCONCRET (Paris). Recent exhibitions include: "CURATORIAL EXCHANGE," an exhibition focusing on the curatorial styles of twelve different curators, at the Irvine Fine Arts Center (Irvine, CA) September 8October 20, 2012.
GLENNA LANG recently participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Dorchester Speakers Forum in order to talk about her work on the critically acclaimed books Genius of Common Sense and The Death and Life of Great American Cities, November 11, 2011.
PATTE LOPER will be presenting her third solo show "Still Point of the Returning Wolrd" at the Platform Gallery in Seattle, WA, October 6
November 19, 2011. She was artist in residence at the VCCA/Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (Amherst, VA) in August 2011.
PETER MADDEN's recent exhibitions/events include: Scope Miami 2011; selections from "Homework" at Keyes Art (New York); "Beyond the Book: an Exhibit of Books as Art" at LynnArts in Lynn, MA, September 24
November 2, 2011; "Homework," the "40th Anniversary Exhibition" at Duxbury Art Complex Museum, May 1September 4, 2011; 10 pieces have been published in Masters: Book Arts (Lark Publications, April 2011); speaker at The Boston Society of Printers, Ocober 15, 2011; "Something in Everything" at the Groton School (Groton, MA) January 7February 2011 and group show "What is Contained: The Book as Subject and Object" at Gallery360 (Northeastern University) March 6April 12, 2011.
MARA METCALF's recent exhibitions include: "Reflections on Nature" at the Krause Gallery, Moses Brown School (Providence, RI) January 428, 2011 and the group show "On Nature" at Chazan Gallery at Wheeler, February 19March 18, 2011.
ETHAN MURROW exhibited new lithographs along with other prints from recent International visiting artists October 11November 3, 2012 at the Graphic Studio (Dublin, Ireland). Recent exhibitions include: solo exhibition of new drawings, "Doppler Doppelgänger," opening Septmeber 8, 2011 at Winston Wachter (New York); group show at the Tamarind Institute at the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque) and a solo show at Obsolete Gallery in Los Angeles in March 2012; solo exhibition "Momentum House" at the La Galerie Particuliere (Paris) on view March 16May 7, 2011; solo show "Ethan Murrow: will be snaring meteorites" at Winston Wächter Fine Art (Seattle), November 3, 2010January 6, 2011; "Rural Myths" at Obsolete in Venice, CA.
ILSE PLUME's discussed her latest children's book, "The Year Comes Round: Haiku through the Seasons," at the Concord Bookstore on Friday September 14, 2012. Recent exhibitions include: work on view at the Cornish Colony Museum (Windsor, VT) through March 28 and a show at the Concord Free Public Library, February 128.
LINDA KINDLER PRIEST work recently appeared in Ornament Magazine and she has been invited to participate in 2014 CraftBoston spring exhibition and CraftBoston Holiday. Upcoming exhibitions/fairs include: invitational show "The Genius of Nature" SeptemberNovember 2013 at the Aaron Faber Gallery (New York); a solo show fall 2013 at Bridgewater State University (MA); August 2325, 2013 American Craft Exposition at Northwestern University; November 13, 2013 Washington Craft Show (Washington DC); December 58, 2013 CraftBoston ; February 5March 5, 2014, 2013 Facere invitational show, "Jewelry Speaks Louder Than Words." Recent exhibitions include: 18 pieces in "Adornments and Delights," February 17June 16, 2013 at the Fuller Craft Museum (Brockton, MA).
RHODA ROSENBERG's recent exhibitions include: solo exhibition "Matrilineal Threads" at the Danforth Museum in Framingham, MA, November 20, 2011-Feburary 26, 2012 and solo show, "Shapes of Memory," curated by Pamela Allara and Catherine Mays at the Danforth Museum of Art, November 14, 2010February 6, 2011.
MICHELLE SAMOUR's recent shows include: "Truth and Transience" at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, March 26May 15, 2011.
JOHN SCHULZ attended a two-week residency with SMFA students at the Frans Masereel Centrum in Kasterlee, Belgium in April 2011.
JENNIFER SCHMIDT is participating in the exhibition "Pure Aesthetic: A New Look at Formalism," curated by Maggie Lane Martin, at the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative Gallery March 23May 4, 2013. She will be showing her "Peppermint Candy" boxes and "Cross-Hatch" prints. She has also been awarded the Swing Space Residency on Governor's Island by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, AugustDecember 2013. Recent exhibitions include: The third annual print residency exhibition "DOT.-DASH" at the Gowanus Studio Space, January 25February 22, 2013. "Stop & Go," May 1617, 2012 at General Public (Berlin,Germany); "Forms in Flux," March 27April 21, 2012 at SMFA; "Wish You Were Here," an interarctive sound installation featuring audio greeting cards and card racks, at the Islip Art Museum November 26January 24, 2012 (East Islip, New York); "Telefone Sem Fio: Word-Things of Augusto de Campos Revisited" at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (New York), November 4December 17, 2011; "New Prints/Summer 2011," curated by Trenton Doyle Hancock at the International Print Center (New York) in May 2011. Her work was featured in the fall 2011 issue of Graphic Impressions Journal and the soundtrack to her video Psychedelic Swatch is featured on an LP created by Paddy Johnson/Art Fag City.
TONY SCHWENSEN will perform What Xenophobia does to Aliens 2013 at Indicating Boundaries, the 4th International Festival and Conference of Live Art and Performance Studies at the University of the Arts (Helsinki, Finland ), May 27June 1, 2013. He will also have a solo exhibition, "Creationism Triptychs" at the Sarah Cottier Galley (Sydney) opening June 21, 2013. Recent exhibitions and performances include: "Atelier Paris: The Power Studio," curated by Ann Stephen, at the University Art Gallery, University of Sydney, opening February 4, 2013; "Hamurhpy Seat," 2013 at Sarah Cottier Gallery (Sydney, Australia); "How Yesterday Remembers Tomorrow," December 1, 2012January 27, 2013 at Gosford Regional Gallery, February 4March 17, 2013 at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre and April 7May 19, 2013 at Redland Art Gallery. He presented the paper "Approaching Terminus: Education as Capital" in the session PhD for Artists "Sense or Nonsense" at the College Art Association Conference, February 23, 2012 and his work is featured in "Perform, Repeat, Record: Live Art in History," a major new international publication (Intellect Ltd, 2012).
BRENDA STAR's recent exhibitions include: "Nature Vive and Nature Morte" October 9November 8, 2012 at the Trustman Art Gallery at Simmons College. (Boston); "Elsewhere" September 20October 26, 2012 at the Distillery Gallery in South Boston and participated in Somerville Open Studios April 30May 1, 2012.
ROBERT SIEGELMAN's recent exhibitions include: six drawings in "Drawing the Line, from Process to Purpose" at the Arsenal Center for the Arts (Watertown) April 2011 and three Polaroid photographs in "Instant Connections" at the Panopticon Gallery at Hotel Commonwealth May 2011.
JEFF SILVA is relaunching the "Balagan Film Series" at the Brattle Theatre; run and co-curated by Silva, the film series will include work from SMFA faculty and alumni. His documentary Ivan & Ivana had its world premiere at the international competition Visions du Reel (Nyon, Switzerland) on April 8, 2011 and had its U.S premiere at the Independent Film Festival of Boston, with screenings on April 30 and May 1, 2011 at the Somerville Theatre.
JEANNIE SIMMS will exhibit in "Congested Destination" at the Armory Center for the Arts (Pasadena) April 27June 9, 2013. Recent exhibitions/events include: solo exhibition of new videos and photography, "That is the impression we receive" at Commonwealth and Council (Los Angeles) June 930, 2012; programmed a series of videos "I Can Feel It But I Don't Get It" as part of the Boston LGBT Film Festival; "Suggestions of a Life Being Lived" at SFCamera September 9October 23, 2010.
ELAINE SPATZ-RABINOWITZ's recent exhibitions include: group exhibition "Out of the Rubble" in the SPACE Gallery, Pittsburgh, December 2, 2011-January 29, 2012; Rhino Rising is on view in "Chain Letter: 10 Artists Pick 10 Artists" at Samsøn Projects opening July 1630, 2011; "Five from Around" presented by the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley College, February 4March 6, 2011. She is featured in the book "100 Boston Painters" as well as in Susanne Slavick's forthcoming book, "Out of the Rubble," published by Charta books.
PAUL STOPFORTH's solo exhibition "Break Point" is at Clark Gallery, February 5March 2, 2013 with a reception February 9, 46 pm. In November 2011 he sat on a panel for the session "Visual Strategies of Space and Place in the African Landscape," hosted by the African Studies Association Conference at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington. TAXI-015 Paul Stopforth (David Krut Publishing), is now on sale. It chronicles his body of work and includes essays by Kate McCrickard, Leora Maltz, Judith Mason, Anne Sasson.
MARY ELLEN STROM's will be speaking on her work and process as a video artist at the University of Tennessee Fine Arts Center on March 5, 2013. She was one of seven artists presented in the Hunter Museum's exhibition, Synchrony, last spring. 2012 exhibitions include: "Drawing Now Paris" at Carrousel du Louvre; "Synchrony: Contemporary Video Work" at the Hunter Museum of American Art (Chattanooga, TN) and "Every Exit is an Entrance" at Exit Art (New York). This year Strom also received an International Fulbright Scholar Fellowship and a Bogliasco Fellowship to the Liguria Study Center for the Arts and Humanities. In 2011 her work became part of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's permanent collection. Her exhibitions included: "Shifting Terrain" at Currier Museum of Art (Manchester, NH); "Interventions in the Landscape" at Galerie Lelong (New York); "Dance With Camera" at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (AZ) and "Pathway: Drawing in, On, and Through the Landscape" at the Drawing Center (New York).
HEIDI WHITMAN is exhibiting in "Are We Where Yet?" at A.I.R. Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) on view February 7March 3, 2013 with a reception February 7, 69 pm. She also has six works in "The Map as Art" on view through April 21, 2013 at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art (Kansas City, MO). Recent exhibitions include: "Terrain," a map-related show with work from nine artists and one arts organization September 22November 16, 2012 at the Spoke Gallery @Medicine Wheel Productions (Boston); "Pop Up: Pop Out" October 2021, 2012 at Studio 535 in the South End (Boston); a pop-up exhibition "Transparent" September 2224, 2012 at Studio No.1 (Boston); her first New York solo exhibition "Shadowland" at Christopher Henry Gallery, March 25April 23, 2011 and SCOPE Miami, November 30December 5, 2011.
DAN WILLS' solo show "Chain Jive" was on view at Boston Sculptors Gallery, February 9March 13, 2011.
CHANTAL ZAKARI and MIKE MANDEL are exhibiting in "7 Turkish Artist: Mike Mandel & Chantal Zakari" at the Maryland Institute College of Art's Middendorf Gallery in Baltimore, March 28April, 2013. An opening reception, artist talk and book signing will be held on March 28, 2013 at 6 pm. The exhibit engages the social themes that define contemporary Turkey and that specifically examine the imagery of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, its revolutionary leader after World War I. They are also participating in "Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here," a three-part exhibition of 261 artist books made by 260 international artists from 24 countries at the Cambridge Arts Council. Part two of the exhibition is on view March 6April 30, 2013, kicks off with a reception and curated conversation with Mandel/Zakari on March 11, 68 pm. Their new book "They Came to Baghdad," is a visual narrative inspired by Agatha Christie's 1951 novel "They Came to Baghdad" and based entirely on websearch from traditional media sources as well as from new alternative sources. Recent events include: an inter-disciplinary panel discusion in conjunction with their show at the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, October 17, 2011; and readings/signing for The State of Ata April 14 at Boston University's anthropology department; April 5 at School of the Art Institute of Chicago; March 16 at Boston College's department of fine arts, program in Islamic Civilization & Societies and the Institute for the Liberal Arts and March 22 at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, graduate program photography lecture series.
ABBY ZONIES was included in the "Northeast Prize Show" at the Cambridge Art Association, juried by Theodore Stebbins, curator of American Art at Harvard University's Fogg Museum, May 13June 16, 2011.