JHB Gallery Project Space at Jetsam Studio

JHB Gallery is pleased to announce its collaboration with Jetsam Studio. Over the coming months we will be presenting a series of engaging exhibitions by gallery artists in the 2,000 square foot atelier founded by designer Quinn Pofahl. The Studio showcases Pofahl's exclusive line of upholstered furniture. Decorative objects sourced worldwide and a collection of 20th Century design from Magen H Gallery, New York City, complete the environment. The concept of this unique space promotes the development of creative discourse between fine art, design, and the decorative arts.

All for the Hall at Guild Hall, East Hampton

Gallery artists Ellen Carey, John Noestheden, and Bastienne Schmidt are participating in All for the Hall, a benefit exhibition just opened at Guild Hall, the much-loved cultural cornerstone of East Hampton, Long Island.

Organized by Museum Director and Chief Curator, Christina Mossaides Strassfield, the project was initiated by participating artist Robert Longo, whose solo exhibition this year at the historic multidisciplinary arts center had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

60 artists have donated work for All for the Hall including painting, sculpture, photography and new site-responsive installations. The lineup includes artists such as Laurie Anderson, Philippe Cheng, Jeremy Dennis, Eric Fischl, Rashid Johnson, Shirin Neshat, Enoc Perez, and Dorothea Rockburne - among many others. All proceeds from sales of the exhibited works will go toward Guild Hall.

The exhibition is open Saturday through Monday, 12-5pm.

JHB Gallery at Carleen Ligozio, Southampton

JHB Gallery is delighted to announce a collaboration with Carleen Ligozio, with a rotating exhibition of gallery artists' work on view at the Southampton, Long Island boutique throughout the summer. Our opening installation showcases work by Ellen Carey, Amanda Means, and John Noestheden.

Guy Laramee on Mixed Grill

Dutch cultural site Mixed Grill has become the latest to publish a feature on Guy Laramee's new series "Toilet Paper Diary Volcanoes", noting how the works have gradually become more ambitious and increasingly spectacular - now incorporating an expanded palette of materials to render their dramatic plumes of smoke and spouting lava.

Guy Laramee on Designboom

Designboom has also featured Guy Laramee's "Toilet Paper Diary Volcanoes" in an extended piece with some terrific images of the work.

Bastienne Schmidt and Guy Laramee on Artnet News

Artnet news has a new feature on gallery artists Bastienne Schmidt and Guy Laramee, and their respective responses to the pandemic in their ongoing series "Everyday Objects in Pandemic Times" and "Toilet Paper Diary Volcanoes".

Guy Laramee - new documentary short film

Guy Laramee is featured in a new documentary short to be broadcast on Turkish national television. The six-minute spot, which will air on TRT2, the cultural and educational channel of Turkey's national broadcaster, follows Laramee as he works in his studio and traverses his native Montreal. The artist shares his thoughts on his work, the studio as a place of refuge, and on the daily processes of art-making as a unique form of knowledge - one that offers a radical alternative in our increasingly outcome-driven world. Directed by Abdulkerim Tever, the film includes some stunning close-up photography of Laramee's unique book-landscapes: as they are being created, as well as in their finished form.

John Noestheden at Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto

John Noestheden will be taking part in a new group exhibition at Georgia Scherman Projects in Toronto, opening Thursday March 12th, 6-8pm. The artist will be represented by his recent work Section, 2018-20, a paint object from Noestheden's Spacelines series. These unique works are composed of cosmic particulates suspended in acrylic paint, with materials encompassing cosmic dust, meteorite grindings, bone, ash, simulated lunar regolith, carborundum, titanium ore, diamond dust, and other pure elements. These particulates are introduced into heavy body acrylics and systematically layered and dried, with the pieces composed of as many as sixty stratifications, housed on custom aluminum supports. Section's built-up textured layers in turn echo the more macro-level celestial phenomena familiar from the artist's Diamond Drawings and other works on paper, the gleam and shimmer of the work's surface extrapolating its material composition into a grander wonder at the forces of the universe. The exhibition, which also features work by Kelly Wallace, Angela Grauerholz, Stacey Spiegel, and (after) John Webber, continues at Georgia Scherman Projects through April 11th.

Don Freeman In Conversation, New York

Don Freeman, whose Pompeii series of works have been on view as part of the Impressions exhibition at the Cristina Grajales Gallery in New York, will be in conversation with fellow artist Matthew Jensen at the gallery on Monday March 2nd. Preceded by a reception at 6pm, the discussion will follow at 6:30-7pm - moderated by Andrea Stern of die Firma Gallery. Freeman's Pompeii Landscapes use traditional darkroom toning techniques to lend a rich evocation of the mystery of the past to his gelatin silver prints, each shot at the ancient Roman city. Impressions continues at Cristina Grajales Gallery through March 27th.

Ellen Carey on Sarah Charlesworth, Printed Matter, New York

Ellen Carey will be speaking as part of a Printed Matter panel exploring the life and work of celebrated photographer Sarah Charlesworth, 6pm, Thursday February 27th. The discussion accompanies Sarah Charlesworth: Image Language, an exhibition at Printed Matter focusing on Charlesworth's work over the course of her forty-year career, from her pioneering work for publications such as The Fox and BOMB Magazine, to her later camera-based projects. Carey will be joined in the discussion by BOMB co-founder and Editor in Chief Betsy Sussler, author Kate Zambreno, and exhibition organizer Christine Robinson. Sarah Charlesworth: Image Language continues at Printed Matter through April 19, 2020.

Doug Beube’s Wash at The Performance Arcade, New Zealand

Doug Beube will be presenting a new installation at The Performance Arcade, the innovative exhibition and performance arts event that takes place annually on the Wellington Waterfront in New Zealand. Installed in one of the event's shipping container exhibition spaces, Beube will be unveiling Wash, a new participative sculptural project exploring themes of identity and otherness. Based around an installation of specially crafted soap bars and a sink and faucet of running water, the project is the outcome of research carried out by the artist in collaboration with linguists Michael Paul Adams, Cecile Cutler, and Hiram Smith. Each of the soap bars is etched with an historical slur or epithet, and visitors will be invited to take a bar of soap and wash their hands with it, letting the ink flow out of the bar, "cleansing disdainful speech from the collective consciousness". The artist will be at the exhibition daily, and plans to livestream and Instagram the event as it unfolds. Wash will be on view at The Performance Arcade, February 26th through March 1st.

Yuki Onodera at Huis Marseille, Netherlands

Yuki Onodera's work is included in the exhibition Pictures from Another Wall, a selection of work from the collection of Huis Marseille in Amsterdam, currently on view at the Huis' sister institution, De Pont, in Tilburg. Huis Marseille has built a significant collection of contemporary international photographic work over the past two decades, including work by Andreas Gursky, Andres Serrano, Deana Lawson, Viviane Sassen, and Thomases Struth and Ruff. Yuki, who took part in the exhibition "A Beautiful Moment: Japanese Photography" at Huis Marseille in 2018, is represented by one of her characteristic silhouetted-figure Transvest works, Transvest- Fred, a near life size gelatin silver print. The exhibition continues at De Pont through July 5th this year.

Guy Laramee - Recent Press

Guy Laramee has been featured in a series of recent press editorials, including Canadian French news monthly L'actualite, and Paris-based Courrier International. Colossal, meanwhile, curates a generous selection of images of Laramee's work, as well as reposting the artist's recent TED talk, check the Read More link to view.