RISD MFA Thesis Show
NIght II
201

RI Convention Center
Exhibition Hall A
One Sabin Street, Providence

Daily noon - 5
May 16 - 31
free and open to public
B.A.D
Exhibit: January 6- February 12
Reception: Saturday, January 28, 6-9pm
East & Bridge Galleries
Beverly Art Center Chicago

Join Molar Productions (Larry Lee, prop.) for the delayed opening reception on Saturday, January 28th from 6-9pm to see what is bad...
Beautiful and Dangerous. Big and Dumb. Bodacious and Dirty. Boring and Derivative. Bambi and Dumbo.

Group exhibit featuring: Benjamin Bellas, Stephanie Brooks, Judith Brotman, Gerard Brown, You-Ni Chae, C. C. Ann Chen, Young J. Cho , Meg Duguid, Jason Dunda, Kirk Faber, Andreas Fischer, Max Byron Garrett, Jeffrey Grauel, Jason Guo, Alex Herrera, Greyson Hong, Paul Hopkin, Carol Jackson, James Kao, Nancy Kim, Karin Kuroda, Erin LaRocque, Diego Leclery, David Leggett, Dave Murray, Chris Naka, Hao Ni, Heidi Norton, Susannah Papish, Nipporn Production (Mayumi Lake and Yoshie Suzuki), Patrick Quilao, Academy Records, Allison Ruttan, Benjamin Stone, Joshua Slater, and Jenyu Wang,
"You Have Your Fortress, I Have Mine"
new and old works by Hao Ni

Thursday- November 10th 2011
5-8pm- 208 S Wabash
"Wood Worked"
The Chicago Urban Art Society
POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER | LOCATION: TBA

“WOOD WORKED” - Featuring the work of: Cristina Gonzalez, Kazuki Guzman, Mark Holmes, Dylan Jones, Montgomery Kim, Hao Ni, Sighn and Steve Reber

Wood has a long and diverse connection to the history of art and to our global environment. Utilitarian for its structural purposes and attractive in its ability to be used as a decorative element, wood is a material that artists to this day are highlighting through captivating approaches in contemporary art practices. Presented by the Chicago Urban Art Society, “Wood Worked” is a sculptural exhibition mixing the work of emerging with more-established artists who approach wood both structurally and conceptually with an engaging approach and the thought in mind that we are more or less unconsciously and constantly surrounded by this material.
Visual Narration: Contemporary Forms of Storytelling
Robert Bills Contemporary
03 June 2011 — 05 July 2011

Robert Bills Contemporary presents a group exhibition of three artists with contemporary perspectives on the historical theme of visual narration, realized within three completely different media. Narratives have formed the content of canonized artwork from the marble friezes of antiquity to the history paintings of
the Neoclassical period, however these examples represent only one history of the art form. All three artists featured are in dialogue with a variety of histories of narration and media, including the folk tradition of textiles and quilting, the snap-shot photograph, the narrative plot-line, and the physical traces of human presence and memory. The exhibition visual narration: contemporary forms of storytelling expands on the definition of the narrative as subject-matter to include contemporary forms of personal, artistic, physical and media histories as storytelling.
The NEXT 2011: The Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art
Chicago: april 29 -may2, 2011
please come check out my work at the merchandise mart!
my work will be available in booth 43 across from the talk shop,
video booth 46 and project space at booth 47.
School of the Art Institute 2011 Spring BFA SHOW
The House collaboration project is now complete and it is currently being shown
at the SAIC BFA SHOW!
free and open to public !

Exhibition: March 18-April 6
Sullivan Galleries 33 S. State St. 7th floor Chicago, IL
Collaboration
Currently working on a collaborative project with artist Kazuki Sebastián Guzmán. Please check out House.
for more information and pictures!
Scape
December 10th, 2010 - January 12th, 2011
Hi guys, if you are around Chicago,
please come check out Scape the group show

the Nicole Villeneuve Gallery
410 S. Michigan Avenue, Suite 629, Fine Arts Building of Chicago,
Chicago, IL

Through a combination of forms, ten artists explore the contemporary aspects of landscape, and their unique relationship to the subject as content.

featuring work by:

Morgan Carter, Jan Christopher-Berkson, Susanna Coffey,
Chinatsu Ikeda, Adriene Lilly, Shona MacDonald,
Aliza Morell, Joseph Noderer, Hao Ni, & Betany Porter

Curated by Daniel Schmid

publicity and designs by Wyatt Grant
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