3.08.2009

Blogpix, The Show

Marketing Mondays will return to its regularly scheduled slot next week
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Click here for first Blogpix post
Click here for first Armory post, Show Me the Money

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Today and this week, I'll be posting pics from the Blogpix panel and reports from the various New York fairs.
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If you didn't attend the Blogpix opening, below is your first look at the show. I took these installation shots before the artists and their curators arrived for the opening on Thursday evening, March 5, at Denise Bibro's Platform Project Space. Denise, Almitra Stanley and the awesome Olympia Lambert, organizer of the show, installed the show wonderfully.

The opening itself has been posted on Vernissage TV.
It's also been picked by Art Cat and reviewed on NYC Art
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Let's enter the gallery and look left, shall we?
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From left: two by Julie Karabenick; two by Ben La Rocco (more below); and two (and a fraction) by Steven Alexander
Karabenick: Curator, Mattera
La Rocco: Curator, Vartanian

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. Continuing around: Steven Alexander's large painting, The Primrose Path; a bay of small paintings on panel by Sharon Butler (see below) and framed paintings on paper by Christopher Davison
Alexander and Butler: Curator, Mattera
Davison: Curators, Roberta Fallon & Libby Rosof
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. Above: Cosmically inflected geometry by Ben La Rocco in the alcove
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Below: Continuing around clockwise, Steven Alexander and a better view of Sharon Butler's five angular abstractions.
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Continuing around the gallery: Christopher Davison's mysterious dark narratives and his stuffed sculpture; Reese Inman's scintillating mathematical geometry (closer view at bottom)
Inman: Curator, Mattera
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Below: we swing around visually past the gallery entrance and end where we started, with Julie Karabenick's energetic grids


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Reese's paintings open the video on Vernissage TV, so I'll end this post here
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2 comments:

Jeffrey Collins: Painter said...

Looks like a wonderful show. Wish i could have been there for the opening. Great photos.

Mary Klein said...

Congratulations, Joanne.

A very elegant exhibition - thank you for the guided tour.