Students, faculty, staff and alumni headline local, national and international exhibitions and events
Posted 06.01.12 by MICA COMMUNICATIONS
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Members of the MICA community have work showcased in exhibitions throughout the United States and the world in July 2012. Here are some of the highlights (check back frequently as this will be continuously updated):
Tug of War
On view July 13 through August 3, CA Gallery in the City Arts Building, 440 E Oliver St.
MICA CONNECTION: Laura Hudson '11 (Mount Royal)
Young Blood: Work by Recent M.F.A. Graduates
On view July 17-August 25, Maryland Art Place, 8 Market Place, Suite 100
Artists Talk and Reception: July 18, 6-8 p.m.
MICA CONNECTIONS: Jonathan Latiano '12 (Mount Royal School of Art), Grimm Lee '12 (Mount Royal), Kim Llerena '12 (Photographic & Electronic Media), Carly Witmer '12 (Hoffberger) and Brian Conaty '12 (Mount Royal)
Celebrating its 5th anniversary, Young Blood will include a diverse range of innovative, emerging artists from the Maryland Institute College of Art, The University of Maryland College Park, Towson University, and The University of Maryland Baltimore County. The exhibition is curated by MAP's Program Advisory Committee, which is comprised of artists, teachers, and other arts professionals, providing the graduates with connections that bridge academic training and the greater art world.
On view through July 28 at Jordan Faye Contemporary, 1401 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
MICA CONNECTION: Melissa Matsuki Lillie '96
On view July 6-July 28, Brickhaus Art Space, 2602 Greenmount Ave.
MICA CONNECTION: Michelle Gomez '12 (general fine arts)
80th Annual Cumberland Valley Artist's Exhibition
On view through July 29, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD
MICA CONNECTION: Dorothea Barrick '65 '67 (Hoffberger)
Go West [exhibitionists]
On view through July 30, Area 405, 405 Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD
MICA CONNECTION: Breon Gilleran '81, Co-curator
On view through August 18 at School 33 Art Center, 1427 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230
MICA CONNECTION: Carrie Fucile '04 (Post Bacc)
On view July 7-August 18, Conner Contemporary Art
Opening Reception: July 7, 6-8 p.m.
MICA CONNECTIONS: Jennifer Coster '12 (Rinehart), Pablo Garcia-Lopez '12 (Rinehart), Alison Wendy Miller '12 (Hoffberger), Adam Nelson '06 (sculpture), Nara Park '13 (Rinehart), Jason Ressler '12 (painting), Heather Stratton '12 (Photographic & Electronic Media), Toym Imao '12 (Rinehart)
Trenton Makes: Art from the Trenton Artists Workshop Association
On view through August 5 Ellarslie, The Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park, Trenton, NJ
Also on view from July 31-August 18 at The Prince Street Gallery in Chelsea, NYC
MICA CONNECTION: Marge Miccio '78 (painting)
On view July 19 through August 10, Jeff Bailey Gallery, 525 W. 25th St., NYC
Opening Reception: July 19, 6-8 p.m.
MICA CONNECTIONS: Curated by Katia Rosenthal '09 (general fine arts). Artists include Ann Kelley '10 (painting), Nathlie Provosty '04 (painting), Alyse Ronayne '08 (printmaking) and Tracy Thomason '06 (general fine arts)
More Than a Passing Glance
On view through August 22, New York Public Library, The Art Collection, 3rd Floor, 40th Street at 5th Avenue, NYC
MICA CONNECTION: Jan Staller '75 (photography)
From the New York Public Library: "Mid-Manhattan Library presents More than a Passing Glance an exhibition of large scale color photographs by well-known photographer Jan Staller. At once recognizable and yet abstract the striking images made during 2010 - 2011 depict construction sites, scrap metal yards, parking lots, boat yards and other places ordinarily visited for their intended function and assumed not to offer much visual delight, except when they appear in Staller's photographs."
Graphic Design-Now in Production
On view through September 3, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Governors Island, New York City
MICA CONNECTION: M.F.A. in Graphic Design Director Ellen Lupton
Co-organized by Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and the Walker Art Center, Graphic Design—Now in Production explores some of most vibrant sectors and genres of graphic design today.
ArtFull Living Designer Showcase
On view through September 8 at Glassbury Court, Albany Post Rd. (Route 9), Cold Spring, NY 10516
MICA CONNECTION: Alumni council member Imogene Drummond '83 (Mount Royal)
On view through October 13, Randall's Island
MICA CONNECTION: Sean Wrenn '08 (Mount Royal)
Sean Wrenn's Awakening Asylum is designed around formal elements and conceptual themes emerging from the General Slocum Steamship disaster (June 15, 1904) and the history of Randall's Island as a place of "Asylum" for inebriates, idiots and insane urban residents. The location of the sculpture will commemorate the ship's Hell Gate waterway passage where it is thought that the steamship fire likely began. Due to faulty unregulated flotation devices and poor crew response times (for beaching quickly on Wards Island's Sunken Meadow), over 1,000 people perished in the Northern East River on their way to a Lutheran picnic excursion on the sound in Queens.
Miss Behaving: The Art of Rachel Schmidt
On view July 13, Harvest Art Gallery, 216 W 15th St., Cincinnati
MICA CONNECTIONS: Rachel Schmidt '07 (Mount Royal)
On view through July 29, Hyde Park Art Center, 5020 S. Cornell Ave, Chicago
MICA CONNECTION: Becky Alprin '08 (Mount Royal)
The Hairy Blob dissects traditional concepts of time and resources through artworks in video, sculpture, drawing, installation, dance and sound. The exhibition shows how artists depict time by analyzing various built and natural environments. Rather than discussing time as memory or nostalgia, the works present time as a means to address notions of power and politics, and their impact on the use of resources.
Morbid Curiosity: The Richard Harris Collection
On view through July at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St., Chicago, IL 60602
MICA CONNECTION: Curated by Lucas Anthony Cowan '03
On view through July 15 at Robeson Gallery, located in the HUB-Robeson Center on Penn State's University Park campus
MICA CONNECTION: Katya Chilingiri '07 (MA Digital Arts)
On view through October 21, Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield
MICA CONNECTION: Liz Whitney Quisgard '49 '66 (general fine arts, Rinehart)
Kaleidoscope, an exhibition of works by New York City-based artist Liz Whitney Quisgard, will be on view in the Ellen Crane Memorial Room at Bershire Museum. Reminiscent of Byzantine mosaics, the paintings and fiber wall hangings utilize an exuberant palette displayed in a mesmerizing array of geometric patterns.
Made in L.A.
On view through September 2, Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles
MICA CONNECTION: Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle '09 (painting)
The first Los Angeles biennial, Made in L.A. 2012, will feature works by 60 artists from the L.A. region, with an emphasis on emerging and under-recognized artists, and will debut new installations, videos, films, sculptures, performances and paintings produced for the biennial.
On view through November 4 at the Museo D'Arte Contemporanea Roma, Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4 00153 Rome
MICA CONNECTION: Chul Hyun Ahn '02 (Mount Royal)
Chul Hyun Ahn will exhibit as part of a select list of the world's finest artists working in light, including Dan Flavin, Lucio Fontana, Francois Morellet, Bruce Nauman and Ivan Navarro, in the upcoming Neon exhibition at the Museo D'Art Contemporanea Roma (MACRO) in Rome, Italy.
If you would like to be included on this or subsequent-month listings, please e-mail the exhibition information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caption: Grimm Lee, Emblem of Death, digital print on vinyl, 2012 (Image courtesy Maryland Art Place).