Whitney Biennial List
According to their press release, the 2006 Biennial is the "signature survey measuring the mood of contemporary American art." It is however, loaded with European artists.
Nonetheless, congratulations to all the artists in the Biennial!
Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla
Dawolu Jabari Anderson
The Center for Land Use Interpretation
Lori Cheatle and Daisy Wright
Critical Art Ensemble
Deep Dish Television
Mark di Suvero and Rirkrit Tiravanija
Matthew Day Jackson
T. Kelly Mason and Diana Thater
Jesús "Bubu" Negrón
Otabenga Jones & Associates
Tony Oursler and Dan Graham with Rodney Graham, Laurent Berger, and Japanther
Robert A. Pruitt
Studio Film Club
The Wrong Gallery
Read about the Biennial here.
Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Whitney Biennial List
New Corcoran Director
I promised my source that I wouldn't reveal the name, which the Corcoran will announce on
But here's a hint: England.
I have been sort of having an artist's block lately when it comes to my own drawings, which is a bad thing, since I have a show opening December 16 at Fraser Gallery Georgetown.
I'd like to have about 25 new drawings, and so far... ahhh...
So whenever I am stuck, one of the subjects that I tend to return to are the recurring images in my artwork, such as images of Frida Kahlo, which I have been drawing, painting and sculpting since 1977, when I first saw her amazing work, or Che Guevara, whose iconic face and figure keeps reappearing in my art throughout the years.
Or in this case, the image of John The Baptist. The below piece is a new drawing (charcoal on 300 weight paper, about 3 x 9 inches):
Opportunities for Artists
Deadline: January 15, 2006
New Contemporary Gallery in Denver, Colorado is now accepting submissions for its 2006 exhibition schedule. Open to national artists with an emphasis on contemporary works. Email inquiries to Remmifineart@aol.com or please send resume, bio, SASE and 15 images of work on slides or CD to:
Remmi Fine Art
776 Santa Fe Dr.
Denver, CO 80204
Deadline: January 27, 2006
The 2006 Bethesda International Photography Competition. Open to all photographers 18 years and older. All photography not previously exhibited at the Fraser Gallery. The maximum dimension (including frame) should not exceed 40 inches in any direction. $950 in cash prizes. Details and entry forms here or email the Gallery for an entry form or send a SASE to:
7700 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
Deadline: March 1, 2006
The Second Chance Foundation Gallery is located on Martha's Vineyard, and they are accepting artist submissions for exhibition opportunities. Qualifications: emerging and professional artists with regional/national experience and exposure. Note: only submissions with a bio, resume and a minimum of five color slides will be considered. Send SASE to:
The Second Chance Foundation
c/o Artist Submission
P.O. Box 727
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568