Quantcast

Tag Archive "celia-reisman"

wolowiecweb

News post – Rebuilding Rhoades’ Creation Myth DIY, Writing Lessons from Grizzlyx2, Dolan/Maxwell in Miami, opportunities and more!

News   2 from the ICA - 1. Institute of Contemporary Art Chief Preparator Paul Swenbeck is mounting several shows of his own, at “Pervasive Clay” at Penn’s Charles Addams Gallery and— in collaboration with artist and wife Joy Feasley — “A Hatchet to Kill Old Ugly” at the Fabric Workshop and Museum. Pervasive Clay runs through October 28; the Fabric Workshop show until January 2015. In November his next curatorial project Clarke’s Third Law opens at Space 1026. 2. If you are a by-the-numbers type, your next side project has arrived. Students at Penn, under the collaborative instruction of Professor Kenneth Goldsmith and Liz Park, Whitney-Lauder Curatorial Fellow, have created  an owner’s manual to a build-it-yourself version ... More » »

Temple Silence

News – FiberPhiladelphia, new Woodmere curator, art replaces nightclubs, and more!

News FiberPhiladelphia gets underway March is fast approaching, and so are a number of events as part of FiberPhiladelphia, the annual Philadelphia textile and fiber arts festival. In fact, Mayor Nutter will kick off the March 2 ceremony at Moore College of Art and Design by proclaiming March 2012 as Fiber Arts Month. The first event is the opening of In Material: Fiber 2012 on Friday, January 27 at Arthur Ross Gallery. New curator at Woodmere Matthew U. Palczynski is the new curator at the Woodmere Art Museum. Palczynski was most recently the Staff Lecturer for Western Art at the Philadelphia Museum of ... More » »

Schroyer Untitled

Open-ended Scripted at Gross McCleaf

Any way you look at it, Scripted at Gross McCleaf Gallery is a pretty open-ended script. While a significant portion of the show in McCleaf’s wonderful gallery space is devoted to painting, there are also strange objects, an installation, photos, and video art.

Celia Reisman, Big D, oil on canvas, 28x34"

Awards and anniversaries-Celia Reisman wins one and Gross-McCLeaf celebrates its 40th

Big news from Gross McCleaf Gallerist Mark Brosseau –Celia Reisman, one of the gallery artists, was just awarded a major museum purchase prize at the American Academy of Arts and Letters annual invitational.  Reisman won  a Hassam, Speicher, Betts, and Symons Purchase Fund prize for her painting “Big D. ”  The Academy will donate the work to a major American museum.  “She’s ecstatic and we’re ecstatic for her! ” said Brosseau in an email.