Dog & Pony Show: National Exhibition

Pussy (Grabber) (2017)
Pussy (Grabber) (2017)

Thursday, September 14, 2017—Sunday, October 1, 2017
Core New Art Space (map)

Dog & Pony Show: Sept 14 - October 1, 2017

The recent diptych, Pussy (Riot) / Pussy (Grabber) (2017) has been chosen for inclusion in an upcoming juried national exhibition, held at Core New Art Space in Denver, CO.

The definition of a Dog & Pony show is that it is “often over-staged performance, presentation, or event designed to sway or convince public opinion for political, (or less often) commercial ends." This national open entry show proves to be all that and more. From hundreds of entries from all over the country, juror Doug Kacena has selected pieces ranging from over the top political to circus-y fun, welcome to the “Greatest Show …. in Denver”.

Exhibition Dates: Sept. 14—Oct. 1, 2017
Preview this show at www.coreartspace.com.

Venue:
Core New Art Space
900 Santa Fe Dr.
Denver, CO 80204
303-297-8428

Hours:
Thurs: 12 – 6
Fri: 12 – 9
Sat: 12 – 6
Sun: 1 – 4

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Mobile Only: International Exhibition

Databent 54 (ChromaLuxe on aluminum)

Thursday, July 6, 2017—Tuesday, August 1, 2017
PH21 Gallery (map)

Mobile Only: A juried international photography exhibition

Recent work from the Databent Series (2015-ongoing) has been chosen for inclusion in an upcoming juried international photography exhibition, held at PH21 Gallery in Budapest, Hungary.

Exploring the possibilities of the different technological means of creating photographic images has always been a challenging aspect of the ever-evolving practices of the medium. This not only pertains to traditional devices such as pinhole cameras, but also to new technological advances like mobile photography. Some consider smartphones with their built-in cameras, apps and special effects to have brought us about a revolution in photography on a par with the industry-changing 1888 Kodak camera and its 1897 successor, the folding pocket Kodak camera. Ever since the end of the 19th century there have always been voices that decried the mass production of images inherent in new technological developments; this, however, has never stopped photographers from exploring the creative possibilities that the new devices may offer. It is mobile photography now that has become the ground for such experimentation and recognition. We would like to contribute to this development by offering a platform for photographers to show how they make use of the creative potential in mobile photography.

Juror's Choice
Erik Deerly: Databent 54

Honourable Mentions
Nina Weinberg Doran: Untitled
Jiří Havrda: Paris No. 1
Kaz Kondo: Sakura 2017

 

Exhibition Dates: July 6—August 1, 2017
Preview this show at ph21gallery.com.

Venue:
PH21 Gallery
Ráday u. 55
Budapest
1092
Hungary

Hours:
Wednesday–Saturday: 2–6 p.m. and by appointment


Objectified: International Exhibition

Fri, Mar 10, 2017—Sun, Mar 26, 2017
CICA Museum (map)

Objectified
Responding to a call from our friends at CICA, Objectifieda ChromaLuxe Triptych on aluminum was created on the topic of objectification. This new work is scheduled to be included in an exhibition at CICA Museum, in Gimpo Si, South Korea.

Exhibition Dates: March 10—Mar 26, 2017
Preview this show at cicamuseum.com

VENUE:
CICA Museum
196-30, Samdo-ro, Yangchon-eup, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea 415-843
+82 31-988-6363
Hours:
10:30AM–5:30PM


International Exhibition on Abstract Art

Fri, Jun 3, 2016—Sun, Jun 26, 2016
CICA Museum (map)

International Exhibition on Abstract Art
June 3 – June 26, 2016
CICA Museum

Abstract Mind
Erik’s work, Mutation (Once Removed), to be included in the International Exhibition on Abstract Art, "Abstract Mind," at CICA Museum, in Gimpo Si, South Korea. The exhibition will feature photographs, paintings, sculptures, and video art of artists worldwide.

Exhibition Dates: June 3 – June 26, 2016
Preview this show at cicamuseum.com

VENUE:
CICA Museum
196-30, Samdo-ro, Yangchon-eup, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea 415-843
+82 31-988-6363
Hours:
10:30AM–5:30PM


tXtMe, OCCCA

Sat, May 7, 2016—Sat, Jun 11, 2016
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (map)

Erik’s work, 156 Experiences for Active Contemplation: Thought | Action, to be included in The Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA) exhibition, “tXtMe,” an exhibition of contemporary creativity using letters, signs, text messages, words, lyrics, poetry, profanity and utter nonsense using digital media, Internet-based work, paint, pencil, neon or…?

Texting with imagery… and hitting “send” is something you might have done with a friend earlier today. Text with beautiful hand-painted illuminations is something right out of the early medieval era. Throughout history, text has been used in artwork to convey messages, be it sacred, political, or simply narrative. This tradition continues today as contemporary artists utilize text, letters and numbers as an integral part of their work.