George Widener has been featured in Forbes magazine for his solo show at the Hamburger Bahnhof museum in Berlin. The exhibition is a part of the “secret universe” exhibition series in which the museum dedicates for artists who have been largely ignored by the established art discourse.
“Secret Universe IV” runs until June 16th.
A look ahead into June, mark this date in your calendar:
Ricco Maresca presents photographs by Rebecca Norris Webb from her book, “My Dakota,” a personal meditation on the land where she came of age.
Opening reception June 20, 6-8pm
June 20 – August 17, 2013
Marcos Bontempo standing in front of his work and his upcoming exhibition Dancing in the Void
Marcos Bontempo: Dancing in the Void opens tomorrow, Thursday, May 16th from 6-8pm!
Rebecca Norris Webb & Alex Webb have an upcoming lecture on May 25th from 1-3pm at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney.
This Australian exclusive seminar and discussion with the creative couple will detail their work and experience in the field of documentary photography. This seminar offers an intensive look into the professional careers of two world-class documentary photographers and artists within a personal setting.
Fluence Issue #2, 2013: Featuring - Gunther Schützenhöfer, Arthur Bispo do Rosário, Rebecca Norris Webb, Marcos Bontempo & Martin Thompson
In case you missed our 1st Fluence issue this year, www.riccomaresca.com/fluence-posts/
29 x 20in
Pencil and colored pencils
Come by and visit us tomorrow, Saturday, for the last day of “William Hawkins: Making Itself”
For a full preview, please visit:
On view in San Diego through May 12, 2013
Bill Traylor - Drawings from the collections of the High Museum of Art and the Montgomery Museum of Art
Bill Traylor (1854?-1949) is one of the best-known and most highly esteemed artists from the American south. A self-taught artist from Montgomery, Alabama, Traylor’s depictions of life in rural and urban Alabama have made him one of the most acclaimed artists of the twentieth century. Beginning when he was in his early eighties, in a prolific decade of art making, Traylor produced more than 1,200 drawings in graphite, colored pencil, poster paints and crayon… read more - www.mingei.org/exhibition/bill-traylor/