Our Artists had a banner year: Ian van Coller was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for his ongoing work Naturalists of the Long Now, Matt Eich released the second volume of The Invisible Yoke: Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town, Jennifer Greenburg exhibited Revising History in Italy, and Paul Turounet’s Estamos Buscando A was included in the 5th Transborder Biennale, which occurred simultaneously in El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) and the Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez.Read More
The Invisible Yoke | Vol. II
Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town
by Matt Eich
Limited Run : 800
Printed and Embossed Linen Hardcover
24.5 x 25 cm | 9.6 x 9.8 in.
136 pages | 127 plates with 16-page Addendum
Signed by the Artist
$60 | $70 with US Media Mail ShippingRead More
on view through January 20, 2019
This exhibition was curated by Rebecca Webb and takes British architectural historian Reyner Banham’s treatise Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies, a tribute to LA as a “mobile city"as its inspiration. San Diego: The Architecture of Four Ecologies similarly pays homage to San Diego as a city of change and possibility, with a focus on the car as the current and predominant means to access and experience four of its own ecologies: Beaches, Freeways, Sub/urban and Border. Espera y Maravilla | Wait and Wonder is a selection of images tailored to this exhibition but drawn from Turounet’s larger body of work, Tierra Brava.Read More
Peck School of the Arts
October 10 | 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Ian van Coller will discuss his past and current work in a free public lecture at the Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.Read More
September 21 - February 3, 2019
Reception: September 20th | 8:30 pm
Guillermo Sroek-Hart’s work has been included in a group show at Es Baluard that analyses the evolution of the relationship of humans and non-human animals through a series of contemporary art projects and benchmark historical works.Read More
I Love You, I’m Leaving
September 6 - 30, 2018
Artist’s Talk: Saturday, September 8 | 3 pm
This series borrows from personal experience, and the visual language of the everyday in order to create a fictional account that mirrors my reality. Photographs are reductions, distillations, half-truths and complete fabrications. They can only describe the surface of things, while I am interested in the intangible – memory and emotional resonance. - Matt EichRead More
Congratulations to Guillermo Srodek-Hart on his exhibition, Congruencias. This exhibition brings the work of four artists together. Though works "cut across continents and decades with a shared aesthetic line, [they] vary in their social, political, and artistic motivations."
This exhibition is hosted at Fola Fototeca Latinoamericana, and will be a featured event of Art Basel's "Cities Week in Buenos Aires," happening this September 6 - 12.Read More
The next artists to contribute to this exciting project include Asend, Brandin, Elloo, and Josh Grotto. These Chicago-based street artists will execute murals in guest rooms; a reveal and reception will be held in October.Read More
Jennifer Greenburg's Revising History series was selected for exhibition in the Italian photo-festival Cortona on the Move.
Exhibiting artists were chosen based on their "originality of vision and authenticity in approach to the reality that surrounds us..."Read More
Sin and Salvation in Baptist Town
George Washington University | Gallery 102
Smith Hall of Art, 802 22nd Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Exhibition : July 2 - August 3, 2018
Artist Talk : Friday, July 13 | 5:00 PM
Matt Eich will exhibit in Washington DC at George Washington University's Gallery 102. This solo-exhibition is part of the institution's Summer Solo Series, which focuses on contemporary artists. Eich will present work from the second chapter of The Invisible Yoke: Sin and Salvation in Baptist Town.Read More