I am honored to be the American woman in this internationally focused 4 person show.
OPENING JANUARY 17, 7:30 PM
CLOSING FEBRUARY 17
There is no unifying theory of painting. Manifestos, if they still exist, are not what they used to be. Nor are assemblies or encounters with strangers. Surveys of 'capital p' PAINTING suggest that color is important nowadays. Tropics are topical. Monochromes are not monolithic end-alls. A rainbow of monochromes is on the receding née approaching horizon. Domestic themes are in but domesticity, per se, is out. Is it nostalgia? Is it about travel? What do signs say and how are they colored? What do colors say - how do they signify? And what about books?
No matter. 2017. Here we are: two Americans and two Austrians; all of us who make paintings;all of us who use color; brought together by one of us who makes books.
Curated by Markus Kircher, this exhibition will feature recent work by Daniel Domig, Markus Kircher, Suzy Kopf, and Champneys Taylor. The show will present four different takes on painting. Painting as a medium of freedom and concentration shows itself from its variable and curious side; from figuration to abstraction.
OPENING RECEPTION JANUARY 17, 7:30pm. Please RSVP to attend the reception here: http://acfdc.org/upcoming-events/2017/2/18/exhibition-different-dimensions-one-artlove
Austrian Cultural Forum 3524 International Ct NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008.
Show runs until February 17.
A series of events presented by Gowanus Swim Society, an art collective.
Natural/Unnatural Open Studios Party
Please join Gowanus Swim Society at the Natural/Unnatural Saturday open studio
after party. Enjoy video art, live music/performance, drink specials, and meet artists
participating in Gowanus Open Studios!
Where: Halyards: 406 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
When: Saturday, October 15th, 6pm-close (4am)
Details: Free and open to the public, drink specials all night
Featuring art curated by Joonhyun Hwang and Keun Young Park,
Brooklyn Art Cluster/Square Dot Plus Studios.
Video art by Ginny Huo, Jordie Oetken, Rachel Rampleman, and Matthew C. Wilson
Live music from Vajra, Hair Club, and June Submarine
Natural/Unnatural group exhibition
Gowanus Swim Society is a collective of artists living and/or working in Gowanus.
The Natural/Unnatural group exhibition will present painting, drawing, collage,
sculpture and video created by the members of Gowanus Swim Society. Come see
art and meet the artists!
Where: Square Dot Plus Studio, 540 President Street, between 3rd/4th Ave
When: October 15th-16th, Noon-6pm
Details: Free and open to the public in conjunction with Gowanus Open Studios
Featuring John Azelvandre, Jessica Dalrymple, Jen Dwyer, Ari Eshoo, John Fisk,
Natalie Fisk, Abbie Groff, Kristen Haskell, Melissa Johnson, Christina Kelly, Suzy
Kopf, and Mary Negro
Learn more about Gowanus Swim Society: gowanusswimsociety.com
Learn more about Gowanus Open Studios/Arts Gowanus: artsgowanus.org
Special thanks to Halyards: halyardsbar.com
Special thanks to Brooklyn Art Cluster: bklynartcluster.com
Special thanks to Square Dot Plus Studio: bklynartcluster.com/sdpstudio
I am pleased to announce that I have been offered a year long fellowship at Jordan Faye Contemporary, a Baltimore art gallery. As part of my fellowship I will have a studio within the gallery and a solo show in 2017. More details to follow!
I'm excited to announce after 3.5 years of school, a very long, focused 2 semesters and 1 week of install, my thesis show exhibition is up! The show is on view from June 24th through July 9th.
We're having a CLOSING reception on July 8th from 5pm-7pm, and I will be giving an Artist Talk on July 5th at 5:30Pm in the Lazarus Auditorium, across the hall from the gallery.
More information about the works in the show and a link to our press release here.
I am extremely pleased to have been selected for this year's Mid-Atlantic new painting show at Mary Washington University in Fredericksburg, VA. The show opens January 15th and will be up for 6 weeks.
Opening and Juror talk with Lauren Ross January 14th from 5-7pm.
A painting group show featuring the work of myself, Damon Arhos, Sarah Clough Chambers and Kirk Daniel Palmer will open on August 21st and run through September 1st.
An opening reception will be held from 6 to 8pm at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ortega y Gasset Projects is pleased to host The Gaps Between Us, an exhibition of work by MICA Low-Residency MFA candidates Damon Arhos, Sarah Clough Chambers, Suzy Kopf, and Kirk Daniel Palmer. The exhibition runs from Friday, August 21 to Sunday August 30. There will be a reception for the artists on Friday, August 21, 6-8pm. The exhibition will be open for viewing on Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm or by appointment.
Working from traditions of painting, the artists in this show use the formats of painting to explore a diverse range of themes related to contemporary American culture. These include leisure culture, personal histories, queer identity, and the nature of perception. A unifying theme of the work is the relationship to traditional approaches to painting, while simultaneously pushing the limits if the medium's scale and material presence. Perhaps most importantly, personal friendship unifies this group of individuals, each of whom occupies a different age bracket and each of whom have a unique biography. Their identity as a group speaks to the potential for visual art to diminish separateness and create new paths of communication among individuals who are otherwise quite different from one another.
The MICA Low-Residency program is an unconventional course of study for the MFA degree. In place of the traditional two-year program, Low-Residency convenes over four summer sessions at the MICA campus in Baltimore, MD. For the remainder of the year, students have the option to live and maintain a studio practice elsewhere. This model attracts students from diverse geographical locations and cultural backgrounds, and often with expertise in other fields.
Ortega y Gasset Projects, 363 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
A solo show of some of my recent paintings is on view in the lobby of the NU hotel, located in downtown Brooklyn, NY for the months of July, August and September.
A reception will be held on September 3rd from 6pm to 9pm featuring live music and a performance group.
Governors Island Art Fair
Each Saturday + Sunday throughout September
11AM - 6PM
Gowanus Swim Society is pleased to announce their participation in the 7th Annual Governors Island Art Fair. GIAF is New York’s largest independent exhibition and will feature 100 rooms of multidisciplinary works of art, located within abandoned army barracks at Governors Island. The swimmers of GSS have created an aquatic installation titled SUBMERGED, that integrates the complex history of the Gowanus Canal with the varying artistic styles of its members. Gowanus Swim Society would like to extend an open invitation to attend their newest project.
The Summer 2014 Swim Team is comprised of artists John Azelvandre, Jennifer Dwyer, John Fisk, Abbie Groff, Kristen Haskell, Christina Kelly, Suzy Kopf, Natalie Lomeli, Mary Negro, and Justin Whitkin.
Gowanus Swim Society is an artist collective based in and out of the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn. The collective is focused on creating a forum for critique, resourceful dialogue, collaboration, and the presentation of artwork. It is the goal of GSS to create a social space for the expansion of artistic community in the Gowanus neighborhood. More information about the collective can be found at www.gowanusswimsociety.com.
Additional information regarding the hours and operations of the Governor’s Island Art Fair along with ferry schedule can be located at 4heads.org.