The solo exhibition Millie Chen: Four Recollections opens at the University at Colorado Boulder Art Museum February 1, 2018. The exhibition, curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, Director CU Art Museum, features a new installation by Chen conceived during her artist-in-residence at CU Boulder alongside three large-scale drawing installations created between 2015 and 2017. CLICK HERE for more info.
Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967–2017 organized by the University at Buffalo Art Galleries and curated by Rachel Adams, UB Art Galleries Senior Curator opens at the Des Moines Art Center on February 16th. The 50-year survey exhibition includes work by both Roberley Bell (pictured) and Millie Chen.
The Corridors Gallery at Hotel Henry, a project by Resource:Art on view through mid-February, is featured in the January 2018 issue of Buffalo Spree. The group installation includes work by gallery artists Roberley Bell, Amanda Besl, Jack Drummer (pictured), & Pam Glick. CLICK HERE to read the article.
An installation of work associated with Julian Montague’s Secondary Occupants/Animals & Architecture project is now on view at the Outside Gallery in Monroe, LA.
Pam Glick was nominated for a Joan Mitchell Foundation 2017 Painters & Sculptors grant.
Roberley Bell’s Do You Know This Tree? is now available through VSW Press. The book brings to fruition Bell’s Istanbul Tree Walk, an extensive project five years in the making and now on view as part of Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017 at UB Art Galleries, Buffalo.
CLICK HERE for a link to preview and purchase the book.
A conversation with Tate Shaw, director of VSW Press and Rachel Adams, curator of Wanderlust will take place Thursday, November 30th, 5:30pm at UB Center for the Arts.
Roberley Bell’s site specific installation: from here-through-the window-the street-yet-inside-blooms
on view at Stantec Window Gallery, Toronto, Canada, September 21 – December 20, 2017.
Bell explains: The window as a venue is of interest to me for both its architectural and symbolic reference. I wake each day, no matter to where I am in the world, and the view from my window frames my day contextualizing a sense of place. My proposed project, from here-through-the window, is positioned between the inside and the outside, the natural and the man made.
WANDERLUST: ACTIONS, TRACES, JOURNEYS 1967-2017, curated by Rachel Adams opens at UB Art Galleries on September 7th. The Wanderlust exhibition and accompanying catalogue features work by both Roberley Bell and Millie Chen. The exhibition will be on view at the UB Art Galleries from September 7-December 31, 2017 and travel to the Des Moines Art Center in February 2018. Click here for more information.
PICTURED: Millie Chen, still from Tour, 2014, audio video installation
Millie Chen: Prototypes 1970s Named “Must See Exhibition in a Small Gallery” Best of WNY
Buffalo Spree August 2017 issue
Three sculptures from Roberley Bell’s Locus Amoenus series (recently installed at Tifft Nature Preserve as part of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Public Art Initiative) have been acquired by Crystal Park, a unique private nature retreat and art park in the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York. The work was installed permanently on site in late Spring.
Pam Glick is featured in NUT, a publication and group show in New York. The project is a benefit for the Global Fund for Women.
Recent small works on cardboard by Pam Glick included in a group show at COUNTY, Palm Beach, FL.
Julian Montague included in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s exhibition, Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One: Humor and Satire from the Collection, organized by Curatorial Assistant Jasmine Magaña, November 19, 2016- March 19, 2017.
Lawrence Brose’s 1986 film, An Individual Desires Solution, will be screened at the Leslie-Lohman Museum as part of the exhibition A Deeper Dive, a companion to the national touring exhibition, Art AIDS America July 15 – September 25, 2016. The exhibition also features work by: Joy Episalla, Jimmy DeSana, Anthony Viti, Glenn Ligon, Ann Meredith, Brian Buczak, Karen Finley, and John Dugdale.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery Public Art Initiative in partnership with the Buffalo Museum of Science and Tifft Nature Preserve, present an installation of work by Roberley Bell. On view beginning July 2016.