Former JMF Grant Recipient, Maia Cruz Palileo, is one of the 23 artists presented as part of Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial, joint exhibition at The Bronx Museum and Wave Hill. On view from June 26 through September 5.
JMF MFA Grant recipient Sara Pedigo's exhibition Leaving the Screendoor Open will be on view at Fifth Avenue Art Gallery (1470 Highland Avenue, Melbourne, FL) from June 1 - 30. Opening reception: June 3, 5:30 - 8:30pm.
Former exhibiting artist Lisa Young's Free Fall: The Life and Times of Bud 'Crosshairs' MacGintie will be presented at The Library Company, Philadelphia, PA, as part of Looking Down to See Up: Parachutes, Parafiction and the Cold War Spiritual Exercise.
Former exhibiting artist Cynthia Miller is exhibiting recent work from the Domestica series at The Temple Gallery, March 4 - April 5.
Gema Alava's project, Find Me, presented first at CUE in 2009, was recently reviewed by Jonathan Goodman for the Spanish newspaper, FronteraD, and Alava has also been interviewed by TVE National Spanish Television.
Former CUE artist-in-residence, Erik S. Guzman is proud to announce the completion of his 3-year long project, Weath Beacon. A kinetic sculpture combining wireless connectivity, structure, movement, and light into an object that invites the public to connect to both physical and invisible surroundings through art. Weather Beacon is located in the lower plaza of the World Financial Center, 220 Vessey Street. There is an opening reception Thursday, July 15th, 8:30-10:30pm.
CUE would like to congratulate former intern, Dominique Davenport, on winning the Center for Art Education's William R. Wiener Arts Scholarship. Congratulations, Dominique!
Former exhibiting artist, David Storey, has been named a 2010 Guggenheim Fellowship Award.
Former exhibiting artist, Cecelia Condit, has a solo exhibition at the North Dakota Museum of Art, on view through April 11, 2010. This same show will travel on to the Inova Gallery in Milwaukee, WI from May 7th through August 8th, 2010.
Former Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant Recipient, Ian Weaver, will have a solo exhibition, Ian Weaver: Black Knights of the Black Bottom, at the Packer Schopf Gallery in Chicago, IL, on view from April 2 - May, 2010.
Former Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant recipient, Lydia Musco, will have a solo exhibition at Davidson College’s William H. Van Every Gallery, Davidson, NC, March 12 – April 14, 2010.
Former CUE exhibiting artist, Kira Lynn Harris, recently commissioned to participate in a project with The MAK Center for Art & Architecture at the Schindler House titled How Many Billboards? Art in Stead in Los Angeles, CA.
Former CUE exhibiting artist, Lisa Young and D.
Graham Burnett have collaborated on Free
Fall, 2010, a multimedia project that premiered as part of Seeing from Above, a conference at the
Wellcome Trust, London.
Lisa Young's Calendar book and video were accepted into the Artist Book Collection of the Getty Research Institute.
Lisa Young's Journey, a print from www.fortunehunting.org is included Transport: Phase II, the continuation of the yearlong theme of transport at Proteus Gowanus, an interdisciplinary gallery and reading room in Brookyn, NY. Transport explores "how we get there" through themes of falling, rising, rolling and changing perspective in an exhibition of art, artifacts and books.
Former CUE Curator, Peter Plagens, has written an essay included in the illustrated catalogue for the exhibition, School of Belin: A Mid-career Survey, TransVagrant @ Warschaw Gallery, San Pedro, CA, January 23rd - March 27th, 2010.
CUE is proud to announce that work by our current graduate intern, Christina Makrakis, will be included in the group exhibition, Director's Cut, Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery of the Art League of Long Island, Dix Hills, NY from February 21st, to March 14th, 2010.
Former CUE exhibiting artist, Karen Tam, is included in a group exhibition, Chinese Fever: Liki-Liki, at the Workers
Arts & Heritage Centre, Main Gallery in Hamilton, Ontario, On view through May 1st, 2010.
Cameron Shaw, CUE Young Art Critic Mentoring Program participant and writer of Mores McWreath's exhibition catalogue essay, has been awarded The Creative Capital & Andy Warhol Foundation's Arts Writers Grant Program's 2009 Short-form Writing Grant.
Former CUE artist-in-residence, Shin il Kim, is included in the group exhibition, Media Media at the Queens Museum of Art, on view from December 6 through February 19.
Former CUE exhibiting artist, Mara Lonner has collaborated with fellow artist Kim Schoenstadt on an installation titled, Crisscross, in Terminal Three at the Los Angeles Airport (pre-security) on view until February 14, 2010.
Former CUE exhibiting artist, Karen Tam has been selected to participate in the group exhibition: DIASPORArt:: Strategy and Seduction by Canadian Artists from Culturally Diverse Communities in works from the collection of the Canada Council Art Bank, located in the Ambassadors Room, Rideau Hall, Ottawa, the official residence of Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada. The exhibition will remain installed for approximately one year.
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