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ARTISTS' NEWS, REVIEWS, & UPDATES
January 21-24. Strange Bedfellows by former NARS Residency artists ReichRichter at Artopia in Hualien, Taiwan. Reception on January 21, 6-9 pm. Finissage on January 24, 6-9 pm. Exhibition space of National Dong Hwa University Hualien, No.5, Ln. 65, Guangfu St., Hualien City, Hualien County 970, Taiwan, Tel +886(0)3-8311448
January 16, 2015 — February 21, 2015. Former NARS Residency artist Tai Hwa Goh presents Lulled Land at Flashpoint Gallery. Opening Reception on January 16th, 6-8 pm. Information here
December 14, 2014 — February 1, 2015. Former NARS Residency artists Kate Stone and Cullen Washington Jr. in Distrust That Particular Flavor at bitforms gallery. Opening reception on December 14, 4-7 pm. Information here
December 2, 2014 — January 18, 2015. NARS studio artist Mason P. Saltarrelli presents Humphrey Henry Harry Hulahoop The Third at Pablo’s Birthday gallery. Opening reception on December 2, 6-8 pm. Information here
November 13, 2014 — January 10, 2015. NARS studio artist Kristine Moran has a solo exhibition at Daniel Faria Gallery: ‘Kristine Moran: Affairs and Ceremonies.’ Opening reception on November 13, 6-8 pm. Information here
November 3 — December 4. NARS studio artist Tracy Miller is in a group exhibition at Marymount Manhattan College ‘Food for Thought.’ Opening reception on November 6, 6-8 pm at Hewitt Gallery of Art
CONGRATULATIONS! Former NARS Residency artist Maia Cruz Palileo received and impressive array of awards. For 2014-2015 she was chosen as The Rema Hort Mann Foundation 2014 Emerging Artists grant recipient, awarded Keyholder Residency at the Lower East Side Printshop; and selected as Queer/Art/Mentorship Fellow in Visual Arts!
November 2. APA/Lucie Foundation Scholarship is awarded to former NARS Residency artist Anna Tihanyi. The award ceremony will take place on November 2 at Carnegie Hall, New York. More information
October 3 — January 4, 2015. Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond exhibition at Brooklyn Museum includes work by a former NARS Residency artist Drew Hamilton. On the web: Crossing Brooklyn
Former NARS Residency artist Katrina Chamberlin announces Common People, a new gallery space located in the heart of Gowanus, Brooklyn. In October Kat is curating a series of solo shows of talented NY artists: Miranda Pierce, Priscilla Fusco and Joseph Morris. Common People, 112 2nd Ave #20, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Former NARS Residency artist Melanie Daniel has just launched her new web site. Check it out! http://www.melaniedanielartist.com
CONGRATULATIONS! European Month of Photography Festival 2014 in Ljubljana awarded 3rd Prize to the project Berlin hbf. by by former NARS Residency artist Anna Tihanyi To see the series of photographs visit the artist’s web site.
September 25 – December 20. Former NARS Residency artist Ann Oren shows here work at Aljira — A Center for Contemporary Art, as part of Emerge 11 exhibition. Read the details at the Aljira site
CONGRATULATIONS! The British Library selected for permanent storage and viewing LIVELIVE project by NARS studio artist Mark John Smith The work is noted as a project of great cultural significance for future generations. Watch the BBC reporting the news.
CONGRATULATIONS! Former NARS Residency artist Madison Bycroft won Australian SALA Festival's inaugural UnitCare Services Moving Image Award for multi-media work Synonyms for Savages. Read the story published by The Adelaide Review
January 14 - February 28, 2015. Former NARS Residency artist Jennifer Williams will show her work in Altarations, Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University
The work of NARS Residency artist, Tadasuke Jinno, was mentioned by ART:I:CURATE. Read the review here.
August 2, 2014 - June, 2015. Backyard Pool by past NARS Emerging Curator Exhibition winner Tamara Johnson, an installation that formally resembles small family pools that are ubiquitous in many suburban backyards across the country, and especially in the artist’s hometown of Waco, Texas. By inserting faithful details, from ceramic tiles to a full-sized diving board, into this landscape, Backyard Pool offers a moment of intimacy and serenity to the bustling urbanity of Long Island City, Queens. Backyard Pool is presented by Socrates Sculture Park at "The Lot," 43-29 Crescent St, Court Sq., LIC, Queens. Visit Socrates web site for more information.
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