Tagged: mark bradford

Calendar. 08.08.12.

Potable Water, 2005, a mixed media collage by Mark Bradford. Part of the artist’s solo exhibit at the Nasher Museum of Art. Opens Saturday, in Durham, N.C. (Image courtesy of the artist and the Nasher Museum.)

  • NYC: Détournement: Signs of the Time, a group show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Opens today, in Chelsea.
  • NYC: 31 Women in Art Photography, presented by the Humble Arts Foundation, at Hasted Kraeutler. Through August 17.
  • Santa Barbara: Mario Ybarra Jr., The Tío Collection, at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum. Through September 30.
  • Berlin: The Echo: Although I Am Still Alive, a group show of young Japanese artists, at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien. Opens today, at 7pm.
  • This looks badass: Babycastles is having a summit at the Museum of Arts & Design at the end of this month. Get your tickets here.
  • Random Link: This David Wojnarowicz bio by Cynthia Carr sounds like a must-read.
  • Plus: there’s plenty more happening on the Deitch/MOCA front. Get the lowdown here.

Calendar. 09.21.10.

Scorched Earth, 2006, by Mark Bradford. Part of the artist’s solo residency exhibit at the Wexner Center for the Arts, in Columbus, Oh. Modern Art Notes has a story on the show here. He’s also giving away three catalogues of Bradford’s work. Nice! (Image courtesy of the Wexner.)

  • NYC: Another Green World, with Vija Celmins, Mathias Kessler, Gerhard Richter and others, at Carriage Trade, opens Wednesday at 6pm.
  • NYC: Geoff McFetridge, You Can’t Put a Hat on a Hole in the Sky, at Half Gallery, opens this evening at 6pm.
  • NYC: Alternative Histories, an examination of New York’s alternative art spaces, at Exit Art, opens Friday at 7pm.
  • NYC: Jeremiah Maddock, Daniel Trocchio & Amanda Wong, SeeNoEvilSeeNoEvilSee, at Factory Fresh, opens Friday at 7pm.
  • NYC: A reception and book signing for the group show The Four Eccentrics, at The Proposition, on the Lower East Side, this Saturday at 5pm.
  • NYC: Real Non-Fiction, the Third Annual Artists from the Registry Exhibition, at BRIC, in downtown Brooklyn, through Oct. 23.
  • Poughkeepsie: Sharon Butler at Kork, the 864 square-inch art space, inside the offices of Bailey Browne CPA & Assoc., through October. (Read more about Kork here.)
  • Pittsburgh: The Art of Structure at the Carnegie Museum of Art, opens Saturday. Yes, I’m an engineer’s daughter. And if I lived in Pittsburgh, I sure as shit would be checking out this show.
  • Chicago: James Marshall (Dalek) at Rotofugi, through Sept. 17. (Hustler of Culture.)
  • L.A.: Taryn Simon, Contraband, at Gagosian in Beverly Hills, opens Wednesday at 6pm.
  • L.A.: Mario Ybarra Jr., Nao Bustamante, the Pocho Research Society, and many others, in Chewbacca to Zapata: Revisiting the Myth of the Mexican Revolution, at Morono Kiang Gallery in downtown, opens Saturday at 6pm.
  • L.A.: Now I Remember, with Neckface, Todd Jordan, Jerry Hsu and many others, through Oct. 2. (Hustler of Culture.)
  • L.A.: Brit Paint, with Will Barras, Simon Birch, Anthony Micallef, and many others, at Carmichael Gallery, through Oct. 16.
  • London: Jason Rhoades, 1:12 Perfect World, at Hauser & Wirth, opens Friday.
  • France: Takashi Murakami at Versaille, through Dec. 12. Smoke up for this one.
  • Baden: Pipilotti Rist, at the Langmatt Museum, through Nov. 14.