Exhibition: Artists Choose Artists
Oct
30
Jan 16

Exhibition: Artists Choose Artists

Artists Choose Artists is the Parrish Art Museum’s juried exhibition open to artists working in all media and living on the East End of Long Island. Seven distinguished artists serve as jurors, each selecting two artists for the exhibition, which also includes the work of the jurors. Artists Choose Artists encourages fellowship among today's expanded, multi-generational network of artists and demonstrates the diversity of contemporary creative practice.

Read the press release here.

Selected Artists: 

  • Dinah Maxwell Smith and RJT Haynes, selected by Tina Barney
  • Garrett Chingery and Saskia Friedrich, selected by Lynda Benglis
  • Suzanne Anker and Ben Butler, selected by Donald Lipski
  • Jackie Black and Marianne Weil, selected by Tony Oursler
  • Anne Bae and Monica Banks, selected by Jorge Pardo
  • Bill Komoski and Toni Ross, selected by Cindy Sherman
  • Karin Waisman and Almond Zigmund, selected by Leo Villareal

Art Fair: Frieze London
Oct
6
Oct 9

Art Fair: Frieze London

  • Regent's Park

Pace is pleased to announce its participation in the 2016 editions of Frieze and Frieze Masters at Regent’s Park, London, 6–9 October. At Frieze (Booth B4), the gallery will present works by Pace artists, including several by the Japanese new media collaborative teamLab; also on display will be paintings and sculpture by artists including John Hoyland, Lee Ufan, Prabahavathi Meppayil, Kohei Nawa, Robert Rauschenberg, and Brent Wadden.

Artist Talk by Leo Villareal at MIT
Sep
13
6:00 pm18:00

Artist Talk by Leo Villareal at MIT

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Artist Talk by Leo Villareal at Barton Theater for the Dedication of his work, Light Matrix at MIT

MIT’s Public Art Collection reaches across the Institute and may be enjoyed by MIT students and visitors alike. Outstanding examples of work by Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, and other major artists grace the MIT campus for all to view. Leo’s work is the latest in a long line of outstanding commissions of public art at MIT and we hope you can join for this talk with Leo.  

The talk and reception are free and open to the public but registration is required. Please click here to RSVP. 

Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Leo Villareal
May
7
3:30 pm15:30

Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series: Leo Villareal

  • The National Gallery of Art

While Villareal’s art acknowledges this influence, his concepts relate more closely to the instructional wall drawings of Sol LeWitt and the systems-based paintings of Peter Halley. Villareal’s work is represented in the Gallery’s collection by Multiverse, one of his largest and most complex light sculptures. As part of the Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series held at the National Gallery of Art on May 7, 2016, Leo Villareal and Molly Donovan discuss his site-specific commissions throughout the world since the installation of Multiverse in 2008.

 

More at nga.gov

Aspen Around Town
Sep
3
6:00 pm18:00

Aspen Around Town

 
 

Cohosted by the Kennedy Center in its Terrace Theater, this conversation titled "The Art and Science of Imagination and Creativity" brought together Wylie Dufresne, James Beard Foundation award-winning chef and restaurateur; Gary Haney, architect and Design Partner at the world-renowned Skidmore Owings & Merrill; Walter Isaacson, biographer of Benjamin FranklinSteve Jobs, and Einstein as well as President and CEO of the Aspen Institute; and Leo Villareal, prominent sculptor and creator of The Bay Lights to discuss with David Rubenstein (Co-Founder and CEO of the Carlyle Group and Chairman of the Kennedy Center) the origins and evolution of their personal creativity into the respected and meaningful work they are doing today. Read more about this conversation on The Aspen Idea Blog.