We are happy to share that Mindy Solomon Gallery artist Jeremy Briddell is featured in This Week on CFile.
Spotted | This Week’s Ceramics in Art: From Koons to Barceló
by Garth Clark, Chief Editor of www.cfileonline.org:
“Spotted is a week’s photographic survey of works worth noting that have crossed the paths and desks of the CFile Team recently. They are presented without comment but you might want contribute your perspective in our comments section. Choose the best work in this post. Click on the link included with each work and it will take you either to the artist, an article, the gallery, an art fair or somewhere else where the work was spotted. All works are either ceramic or ceramic and mixed media.”
Also, don’t miss new works by Jeremy Briddell this weekend, November 6 – 9, at SOFA Chicago at Navy Pier in Mindy Solomon Gallery booth #203.
The de la Torre Brothers have been receiving wide-spread recognition for their innovative work. Check out this recent review in ARTNews, and stop by the gallery to check out FOLKLORIC ACID – now extended through November 8th!
Modern Painters named its 2014 list of Top 100 Fall Shows to see worldwide; James Kennedy‘s ‘m o r p h o s i s,’ on view November 14-December 26 at Mindy Solomon Gallery, is on the list!
Modern Painters Top 100 Fall Shows 2014 //
Featuring James Kennedy at Mindy Solomon Gallery
More James Kennedy at Mindy Solomon Gallery //
Gallery Artist Gregorio Peño received Honorable Mention in the International Ceramic Competition in Mino, Japan and is featured in the ‘New Talent’ category of the European Ceramic Context in Bornholm, Denmark.
The International Ceramic Competition aims to promote the further development of ceramic industry and culture through international exchanges of ceramic designs and culture. Outstanding works that suggest innovative ideas and explore the future of ceramics coming from all over Japan and the world will be displayed together.
Peño received Honorable Mention in the 10th International Ceramic Competition for his work Forma Abatida XVI. On view at the Exhibition Hall, Ceramics Park, Mino until October 19th.
Gregory Peño // Forma Abatida XVI // 2013 // Clay, slip and glaze. Mixed media, melted clay.
The European Ceramic Context 2014, part of a biennial symposium for contemporary glass and ceramics, is motivated by a desire to promote the disciplines and trades of glass and ceramic art at European and global levels.
Gregory Peño // Floración XVII // 2013 // Wall piece. Clay and glaze. Mixed media, melted clay.
Peño presents his wall piece Floración XVII in the biennial’s ‘New Talent’ exhibition, showing through November 23rd at Grønbechs Gård.
More Gregorio Peño at Mindy Solomon Gallery //
zip line tow rope featured at Tiger Strikes Asteroid
“Gary Petersen is first and foremost a painter, but it seems that he’s got a knack for installation too, as evidenced by his solo show, “zip line tow rope,” at Tiger Strikes Asteroid. The New York-based artist has wound up in Philly for the exhibit curated by Alexis Granwell, which includes his largest site-specific mural work to date – one that emerges from geometry and pop art and lands squarely in a spatial world of incandescent lighting and voracious art observers.” Read the full article in Knight Arts here.
“Gary Petersen has painted two of that gallery’s walls with an exhilarating composition of variously colored rectangles and parallelograms on a soft, butter-yellow background that gives the entire gallery a golden hue.” Read the full article in Philly.Com here.
Gary Petersen // Wish You Well // 2009 // 20 x 16 inches // Acrylic on panel
More Gary Petersen at Mindy Solomon Gallery //
Mindy Solomon Gallery artist Christopher Winter was recently interviewed with Anna Erickson, his co-curator in the KIK exhibition and Director of Sales at Houser & Wirth NYC, by the Berlin Independent Guide Bpigs. The interview discusses KIK 2, which opened in Berlin earlier this month, as well as the future of the Berlin art scene:
The vision for the show was straightforward – display an eclectic collection of work comprised from pieces by artists living and working in Berlin. Curatorially speaking, Anna took a relatively hands off approach to her show, inviting artists to participate, but giving them full reign over the pieces they submitted. This allowed for the narrative of the show to be a genuine one, truly about the artists and their work, uninterrupted by a third party mediator.
Winter is also in a group show this month, “Aftershock: The Impact of Radical Art” at Edelman Arts, displaying his “Kinder Kid” paintings from the 1990s.
Continue reading Bpigs interview //
Read review of the Aftershock show //
More Christopher Winter at Mindy Solomon Gallery //
Online contemporary art magazine ArtBookGuy named Mindy Solomon Gallery artist James Kennedy one of his 100 Super Hot Artists. According to ArtBookGuy, a Super Hot Artist is one who possesses not only “insight, innovation and sheer giftedness, but professionalism, depth of humanity and generosity of spirit round out the picture.” Congrats, James!
“In my studio, it is me and only me with my hands and thoughts; no outer force or opinion is steering what ends up on the canvas. It is a pure, uninterrupted manifestation of the self.”
- James Kennedy
James Kennedy // Hydrographic // 65 x 75 inches // Acrylic polymer on incised eucalyptus masonite
Read the full interview with James Kennedy on ArtBookGuy //
View more James Kennedy at the Mindy Solomon Gallery //