All posts filed under: On Location

Interlude / Influence: Faculty and Alumni at Work

“Interlude / Influence” at the Abroms-Engel Institute for Visual Arts

I had the great pleasure of going to visit the University of Alabama Birmingham’s brand new art building: The Abroms-Engel Institute for Visual Arts. Currently on display on the exterior of the building is Amanda Bowder’s Magic Chromaticity, where the building is draped with fabric. Read about the fabric installation on AL.com. Another one of the […]

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Berlin Gallery Week: Bjoern Dahlem

This weekend I had the insane pleasure of peeking in on Gallery Weekend Berlin. I got to see some incredible art. One artist in particular stood out to me: Bjöern Dahlem at Galerie Guido W. Baudach. His installation “Orbits of High Velocity Starts” is this gorgeous tangled floating wood with balls of various light fixtures […]

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Inspiration: Katharina Grosse’s “I Think This Is A Pine Tree”

Loving Katharina Grosse‘s “I Think This Is A Pine Tree” at the Hamburger Bahnhof. I can’t wait to see if I can make it to this exhibition in person. via Art thing: The Queen of the spray gun and its object-painting – Culture – Berliner Morgenpost. (german article) more images on her site here. Update 5/7/2014: […]

Top Down at Nuit Blanche by BRDGlab

It toronto this past weekend, I got to experience their annual one-night-only art event Nuit Blanche. Outdoor and indoor art installations all over the city! In particular, I enjoyed this installation titled “Top Down” by BRDGlab. In their words: This installation creates an artificial topography from our city’s diverse building heights and reduces that landscape […]

Damien Hurst: Tate Modern London

Damien Hurst’s exhibition at the tate modern was thrilling. It was outrageous, arrogant, outlandish, thoughtful, meticulous, grotesque, and beautiful. Butterflies paintings contrasted with paintings made from dead flies.. live flies, live butterflies, dead animals in formaldehyde, diamonds, and pills contrasted with cigarettes. wow. I still dont know how I quite feel about the exhibition other […]

Jean-Michael Basquait & Andy Warhol Exhibition – at Arken, Copenhagen

In my travels to Copenhagen, I was able to go to the fabulous museum of Arken. I was pleasantly surprised by this Jean-Michael Basquait & Andy Warhol Exhibition. I had not seen many of these collaborative paintings before, and was thrilled by the size of the collection as well as the include of famous pieces as well. Stunning.

Lambent Ways by Jason Burgess and Pat Potter

I had the awesome privilege of getting to attend the opening of Jason Burgess and Pat Potter’s installation in Anniston, AL called “Lambent Ways” – a celebration of light and life. It was stunning. I am so thrilled that it is installed in Anniston.  Here is more info and some of their video documentation: http://lambentways.tumblr.com – my photos from the […]

Venice Biennale 2011:The Future of a Promise

The Future of a Promise, Contemporary Art from the Arab World. This is the Biennale’s first pan-Arab exhibition of Contemporary art. If you enjoy some of these works the website is www.thefutureofapromise.com. I wish I took more photos but they gave me an awesome little book with all the art pieces in it for free.

Palazzo Grassi & Punta Della Dogana: Fancois Pinault Foundation

I recently went to these two museums. One I saw on art night and the other I saw on my own. These museums are a display of Fancois Pinault’s private collection. He is one of the largest collectors of contemporary art in the world. They were filled with recent work from big name contemporary artists. It was […]