Jealous Gallery and Print Studio are dealers and publishers of limited edition prints. With a changing program of exhibitions, featuring prints by established artists from varied schools, movements and styles, we cover everything from 20th Century American Pop to Contemporary and Urban art.
Rien a Cacher / Rien a Craindre / 2011
For the opening of UVA’s new exhibition Rien a Cacher / Rien a Craindre on 2 March, la Gaîté lyrique in Paris is transformed into an all-seeing building which seduces and unsettles visitors in a unique way.
Franziska Strauss presents her first solo exhibition, Reckoner / I killed my dinner with karate at the gallery from March 5th to April 9th, at the Egbert Baqué Contemporary Art in Berlin.
3 new prints from Greg Eason available at Occupy.
For those of you in NYC check out Geoff McFetridge’s latest solo show at HALF GALLERY. The Westest opens tonight and is up until Oct. 15, 2010. The gallery’s hours are a bit strange so be sure to navigate that issue before checking it out (M-F, 10-6 p.m.).
September 21—October 15, 2010
Opening reception: Tuesday, Sept. 21, 6-8 p.m.
208 Forsyth St. NY
One of my favourite galleries and definitely worth a visit if your in the Mayfair neighbourhood is the Haunch of Venison. The current exhibition represents the works of Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos. Simply superb. Great bookstore too, displaying many of back catalogues designed by London agency, Spin.
vibrant abstracts from the berlin based artist yago hortal.
‘Chorus’ is an array of motor-assisted pendulums which will be suspended from the roof of the Boiler House. Mounted on each of the pendulums are a light and a speaker. Together these pendulums form a single instrument that explores the relationship between performance, sculpture and installation. – uva.co.uk
Mannam (Korean for meeting) investigates the relationships between Korean and non-Korean designers based in New York City.
From June 15, Mannam presents the fourth dialogue:
Standard Local Time with Chris Ro & Huy Vu.
Ryoichi Kurokawa is an audio-visual artist based in Japan. He creates video installation and screening works, and also performs audio-visual live. Some of his performances are on Youtube too.
It appears one of our very oen, the very talented Crystal Chou has a window installation up in San Francisco.
This installation is part of her thesis work which is exploring a re-definition of luxury and asks the question, can luxury not be super? You can see more about the installation and her thesis here: www.superluxe.org/blog
The installation will be up until May 14th June 12 and is located at 74 New Montgomery St in downtown San Francisco.
Have a look see as time permits!
“Speed of Light celebrates the tenth anniversary of broadband in the UK. Stripped back to its essentials, optical fibre is a thin strand of glass, with nothing more than a flickering beam of light traveling along it. United Visual Artists have used this beam as the starting point for the work.” _source uva.co.uk
A great looking new exhibition launches this week in London depicting Life in 2050. This forthcoming exhibition has been created by Transmission for the 9th Sci-Fi-London Film Festival.
Studio Transmission have set the dial 40 years from now and commissioned 22 leading and emerging contemporary artists from around the world to create an original piece of work depicting their vision of what life will be like in 2050. The eclectic mix of contributors include Universal Everything, Alex Trochut, Mario Hugo, Tom Muller, Dan McPharlin and Tom Gallant. For a full list of artists check out life in 2050.
The exhibition will run at the Proud Gallery from the 22nd April – 4th May.