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Anthony Sonnenberg at the Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles

Dec 16, 2017

Anthony Sonnenberg will be included in the exhibition, Melting Point: Movements in Contemporary Clay at The Craft & Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) in Los Angeles, CA. Melting Point presents, a group exhibition of 22 artists whose experimental manipulation of clay expands the technical, aesthetic, and metaphoric potential of the ceramic object. Organized around the themes of anti-disciplinary process, object temporality, and sociopolitical interpretations, the exhibition presents sculpture, site-specific installation, time-based work, and performance. Melting Point: Movements in Contemporary Clay launches CAFAM’s new biennial series of large-scale, thematic exhibitions focusing on divergent practices in contemporary ceramics. The exhibition is on view January 28 through May 6, 2018.

Jeff Gibbons in the Dallas Morning News

Dallas Morning News   |   Dec 14, 2017   |   by Mark Lamster

Dallas Morning News Architecture Critic extraordinaire calls Jeff Gibbons Chances Are, "The year's most archly ridiculous and downright enjoyable work of art? Read into it whatever you wish, or nothing at all — either way it's pure visual delight." 

Jeff Gibbons and Stephen Lapthisophon at the Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro

Dec 12, 2017  

Jeff Gibbons and Stephen Lapthisophon's work will be included in the exhibition, Charlie Don't Surf, opening December 15, 2017 at the Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro. Other artists in the exhibition include; Jesse Morgan Barnett, Oscar Gardea Duarte, Claire Fontaine, Pierre Krause, Michael Mazurek, Wilfredo Prieto, Carolee Schneeman & Lauren Woods.

Annabel Daou at the Beirut Museum of Art

Nov 15, 2017

Commissioned by BeMA (Beirut Museum of Art) spearheaded by APEAL (Association for the Promotion and Exhibition of the Arts in Lebanon), in collaboration with Temporary Art Platform (T.A.P) with the partnership of the Ministry of Culture / Directorate General of Antiquities and the National Museum of Beirut, Annabel Daou will host a workshop November 18,19 & 21. Participants are invited to visit the museum with the artist and to give their personal responses to some of the objects on view. The outcome of this collaboration will be an audio guide that incorporates language from the various participants' responses. In this way the voices of the people of Beirut will become part of the story of the objects in the museum.

Heyd Fontenot 2017 Art Pace International Artist in Residence exhibition

Nov 7, 2017

Fall 2017 Art Pace Artist in Residence, Heyd Fontenot, will open his exhibition November 9, 2017. The exhibition will be on view through December 31, 2017.

Jeff Gibbons PROXIMIDAD in the Dallas Morning News

Dallas Morning News   |   Sep 3, 2017   |   by Danielle Avram

Jeff Gibbons at The Power Station

Aug 9, 2017

Jeff Gibbons is one of the two inaugural artists for The Power Station's new artist exchange residency program, PROXIMIDAD. Gibbons and Gabriel Rico spent the summer of 2017 in both Dallas and Guadalajara, Mexico, and culminating in exhibitions of the exchange in both cities. The exhibition at the Power Station will be on view through August 31, 2017.

Steven J. Miller at the Louise Hopkins Center for the Arts

Jul 28, 2017

Steven J. Miller will have a solo exhibtion at the Louise Hopkins Center for the Arts that will be on view, August 4 through September 30, 2017. 

Sarah Ball reviewed in Dallas Morning News

Dallas Morning News   |   May 10, 2017   |   by Lee Cullum

"Sarah Ball is not the person you would pick out of a gallery crowd as the one who has  painted pictures that are so monumental (though miniature),  so original (though derived from photographs), so candid (though highly formalized) and so heartbreaking (though deceptively calm).  She is a reticent, gifted introvert who has no taste for self-promotion." 

Sarah Ball in Patron Magazine

Patron   |   May 10, 2017   |   by Steve Carter

"Close inspection of the oil-on-board paintings reveals another astonishing piece of Ball’s aesthetic: the surfaces are immaculately brushstroke-free, her subjects seemingly emerging from a world away, as if conjured through some arcane alchemy."