November, 2007

Eliza Geddes

“Surface Works” is a new series of paintings and wall sculptures by the artist Eliza Geddes opening this weekend. Found Gallery in Los Angeles will present Geddes’ new works in her first exhibition in L. A. which will continue through the New Year. Geddes is interested in the formal qualities of painting, investigating surface, texture, balance, speed and shape as she creates both two and[…..]

Julie Rrap

Currently showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney is Julie Rrap‘s retrospective “Body Double“. Spanning the last 25 years of the artist’s career, this exhibition is an evocative exploration of the human body. With particular emphasis on the female form, Rrap’s photographic, sculptural, video and installation pieces explore issues of feminism and identity. Rrap uses herself as a key figure in many of the[…..]

Jay Ryan and Diana Sudyka

Opening this weekend at the Richard Goodall Gallery in Manchester, UK will be a selection of posters, prints, paintings, drawings and etchings by Chicago-based artists Jay Ryan and Diana Sudyka. The two screen-print artists have been working in this medium since 1995, and own their own printing company The Bird Machine, in the Chicago area. Sudyka received her MFA from Northwestern University and currently works[…..]

Stefan Annerel

Belgian-born artist Galerie Smits in Amsterdam, and “Rakelings” at

J.A. Zimmermann

Chicago-based artist J.A. Zimmermann creates massive outdoor paintings which reflect the communities and the built environment around the painting site. Zimmermann actively meets members of the Chicago community and represents them with an elevated and monumental stature. The artist has also become known for his small works which often depict vehicles such as ice cream trucks and police paddy wagons, as well as paintings of[…..]

Wangechi Mutu

Opening today at Victoria Miro in London,will be new work by artist Wangechi Mutu in her first UK solo exhibition. The artist will be making a departure from her earlier collages and installations with their highly critical, dark and confrontational themes and stepping into a renewed optimism and positive energy inherent in this new body of work. The exhibition’s title Yo.n.I is derived from yoni,[…..]

Mala Iqbal

New paintings by artist Mala Iqbal will be presented in an exhibition titled “Washed Away,” opening next week at PPOW in New York City. Iqbal’s work sits between traditional landscape painting with psychedelic drippy colors that are characteristic of graffiti and cartoon imagery. The distortion of the artist’s subjects causes the works to be rooted in fiction, existing somewhere on the boarder of abstraction and[…..]