Art on Paper 2014: Weatherspoon Art Museum


Art on Paper 2014

27 Sep14 Dec 2014
Weatherspoon Art Museum
Greensboro, NC

Miguel A. Aragon (Brooklyn, NY), Joell Baxter (Brooklyn, NY), Nancy Blum (Hoboken, NJ), Sandra Cinto (Sao Paulo, Brazil), Susan Collis(London, UK), Lucy Fradkin (Staten Island, NY), Ewan Gibbs (Oxfordshire, UK), Laura Tanner Graham (Covington, LA), Margaret Griffith(Los Angeles, CA), Antonia Gurkovska (Chicago, IL & Sofia, Bulgaria), Travis Head (Blacksburg, VA), Harriet Hoover (Greensboro, NC),Candy Jernigan (1952-1991), Glenn Kaino (Los Angeles, CA), JC Lenochan (New York, NY), John Maggio (Greensboro, NC), Pratap Morey (Mumbai, India), Thomas Nozkowski (New York, NY), William J. O'Brien (Chicago, IL), Gelah Penn (Brooklyn, NY), Lamar Peterson (Minneapolis, MN), Alyssa Pheobus Mumtaz (Charlottesville, VA), Kim Piotrowski (Riverside, IL), Lily Prince (New York, NY),Jon Rappleye (Jersey City, NJ), elin o'Hara slavick (Chapel Hill, NC), Leah Sobsey (Chapel Hill, NC), Damian Stamer (Brooklyn, NY and Hillsborough, NC), Christopher Thomas (Climax, NC), Kako Ueda (Brooklyn, NY), Robert Wiens (Picton, Canada), Ashley Yeo Yakka(Singapore), Myung Gyun You (Busan, Korea & Philadelphia, PA), Balint Zsako (New York, NY).

Various curators throughout the years have approached the Weatherspoon’s Art on Paper biennial exhibition in different ways. For Art on Paper 2014, curator of exhibitions Xandra Eden invited fewer artists than in the past to provide audiences the opportunity to have a more in-depth understanding of each artist’s work. The exhibition includes thirty-four emerging and established artists who have created unique works using paper as their primary medium.

Since 1965, the Weatherspoon’s Art on Paper exhibition has charted a history of contemporary art through outstanding works on paper. Through the ongoing commitment of xpedx (formerly the Dillard Paper Company) and The Dillard Fund, the Weatherspoon has been able to acquire works from each Art on Paper exhibition for the Dillard Collection, which today numbers nearly 600 works. Acquisitions have included work by some of art’s seminal practitioners, such as Eva Hesse, Frank Stella, and Louise Bourgeois. 





The biggest group show in town!: Sideshow Nation II: At the Alamo, Jan. 5-March 3, 2014.
Sideshow Gallery, 319 Bedford Ave., Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY sideshowgallery.com

Paperazzi, Jan. 17-Feb.16, 2014.
Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, 205 Norman Ave., Brooklyn, NY janetkurnatowskigallery.com



CURRENT AND UPCOMING


The Language of Painting
Oct. 18-Dec. 1, 2013

Martha Clippinger, Katherine Daniels, Vicki DaSilva, Anne Ferrer, Joan Grubin, Lynne Harlow, Doreen McCarthy, Gelah Penn, Carol Salmanson
Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
www.lesleyheller.com
 
CONstruct/conSTRUCT: The Organizing Principle
Oct.10-Nov. 29, 2013

Elizabeth Duffy, Duncan Johnson, Ted Larson, Stephen Maine, Ryan Sarah Murphy,
Lorri Ott, Gelah Penn, Susan Still Scott, Debra Weisberg
Clark University, Schiltkamp Art Gallery
Traina Center for the Arts
92 Downing St.
Worcester, MA 01610
www.clarku.edu/schiltkampgallery
 
Visiting Artist Lecture Series 2013-14: Gelah Penn
Nov. 13, 6:30 p.m.
Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
N2316 W First Ave.
Spokane, WA  99201
www.northwestmuseum.org
Also: SFCC, Nov. 13, 11:30 a.m.& Eastern Washington University, Nov. 14, noon



"Criss Cross" by Gelah Penn, NYFA Current


In this piece for NYFA Current, I discuss the influence of film noir on my work.

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