Invitation: A Symposium on Contemporary Painting

Contributed by Sharon Butler / On Friday, September 15, the Institute of Contemporary Art at the Maine College of Art in Portland is hosting a symposium in conjunction with  “American Genre: Contemporary Painting,” a sprawling exhibition curated by Michelle Grabner. Please join us for the symposium, which will begin with morning coffee and an introduction by Grabner, and end … read more… “Invitation: A Symposium on Contemporary Painting”

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“Painting Not Painting” in Baltimore

Contributed by Sharon Butler /  “Painting Not Painting” is an exhibition at ‘sindikit, the project space run by Tim Doud and Zoë Charlton in Baltimore. Artists include Paolo Arao, Rush Baker, Sharon Butler, Dan Devening, Phaan Howng, Sabina Ott + Kelly Lloyd, and Jo Smail. From the press release: The artists participating in Project 8 are all artists who have worked with abstraction as a … read more… ““Painting Not Painting” in Baltimore”

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Invitation: “Sharon Butler: Good Morning” at SEASON in Seattle

UPDATE (May 26): Thanks Erin Langner for including the exhibition in art ltd Magazine‘s “Critic’s Picks” section. The show is on view through June 3o: New York artist Sharon Butler’s “Good Morning Drawings” play with expectations of painting’s role to the digital world. Pushing past the oft-revisited inquiry into the medium’s pending death, the ten works on view … read more… “Invitation: “Sharon Butler: Good Morning” at SEASON in Seattle”

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Invitations: Miami and Paris

I have two shows opening this week: A solo show (S-105) curated by Robert Yoder/SEASON at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair and the Paris iteration of  “Deux Côtés / Two Sides,” at Galerie Jean Fournier.  This exhibition is the second of a two-part collaboration, presented with  Theodore:Art in Brooklyn. If you are in either neighborhood, I hope you will stop by and say … read more… “Invitations: Miami and Paris”

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Report: Women Art Critics in the Age of the Internet / Open Studio with Peter Scherrer

On Wednesday evening at Ceres Gallery, I participated in a panel discussion with Jill Conner (art critic, founder of artists-studios.com), Amy Lipton (curator, arts writer, co-director ecoartspace.blogspot.com), and Kara Rooney (managing art editor of brooklynrail.org) about art criticism in the age of the Internet, with a particular focus on women’s contributions. Artist Susan Grabel organized … read more… “Report: Women Art Critics in the Age of the Internet / Open Studio with Peter Scherrer”

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Impressionable: Print exhibition @ Real Art Ways

Artist-curator John O’Donnell has organized a massive print show in Hartford, Connecticut: “Multiple Impressions,” the Fifth Connecticut Printmakers Invitational, on view at Real Art Ways in Hartford through April 21, 2016. The roster includes many luminaries from the Connecticut art and printmaking scene, so I’m proud to have a couple of my new etchings included. … read more… “Impressionable: Print exhibition @ Real Art Ways”

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