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Solo Exhibition May 28 - July 10, 2015
Koenig & Clinton
New York, NY
Under Construction, curated by Meaghan Kent
Opening May 29, 2015
Guadalajara, Jal., México
Artists:Adrián S. Bará, Javier Barrios, Ulises Carrión, Thomas Glassford, Faivovich & Goldberg, Daniel Guzmán, Friedrich Kunath, Joel Kyack, Helen Mirra, Gareth Moore, Jon Pylypchuk, Amanda Ross-Ho, Carolyn Salas, Emanuel Tovar, Kerry Tribe, Naama Tsabar
Some New American Paintings
Ever Gold Gallery
June 11- July 11
San Francisco, Ca
Artists:Evan Nesbit, Austin Lee, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Carolyn Salas,
Henry Gunderson, Matthew Palladino, Eric Shaw, and David Bayus.
Hunter College Art Gallery
205 Hudson Street, NY
Emmy Catedral, Jules De Balincourt, Rodrigo Lobos Huber,Ryan Lauderdale, Ryan Mcnamara, Denise Schatz, Carolyn Salas
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Nassau Community College, Long Island, NY
September 16, 2014
Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-höhe, curated by Julia Stoff, Alpenliebe, Salzburg, Austria. June 11, 2014- 2015
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Pushing Against The Walls: Tyler Emerson-Dorsch speaks with Jenny Brillhart and Carolyn Salas about their exhibition “Cut Outs” at Dimensions Variable, April 18,2013
Contributor to Possible Press, Vol. 3 Issue 1
Coming out, June 15, 2013
Francis J. Greenburger's Art-in-Buildings
"HANG UP" will be on view at 125 Maiden Lane, opening summer, 2013!
Jennie Lamensdorf, Curator
The Francis J. Greenburger Collection
Time Equities, Inc. Art-in-Buildings Program
CUT OUTS Carolyn Salas & Jenny Brillhart
January 26 - March 21, 2013
Opening: Saturday, January 26, 2013, 7 - 10pm
Dimensions Variable and site95 are pleased to present Cut Outs, an exhibition of new work by Jenny Brillhart and Carolyn Salas. The exhibition will run from January 26 – March 21, 2013 and focuses on concepts of form, balance and structure. Process and history are integral themes that question the source and display of objects in space.
100 NE 11th Street
Miami, FL 33132
Call +1 305 607 5527
SITE 95 journal issue no.3
Check out my friend Meaghan Kent's online journal! I contributed an editorial to this months issue.
ART BOOK CLUB GETS REVIEW!
SANTA BARBARA CONTEMPORARY ARTS FORUM
Exhibitions on view: February 26 – April 22, 2012
Opening Reception: February 25, 6:30 - 8 pm
Flights From Wonder: Christopher Chiappa, Liz Craft, Martha Friedman, FriendsWithYou, Jon Pylypchuk, Carolyn Salas, Mindy Shapero, Shinique Smith, and Phoebe Washburn
Flights from Wonder transforms CAF into a series of engaging, hands-on, interactive installations that heighten the synergy between artists and audience, and challenge all ages to re-imagine their relationship to art. Flights from Wonder empowers audiences to think, play, and create, and rejects the myth that contemporary art is mystifying or elitist, demonstrating instead that art is an enriching and stimulating part of the human experience.
more info at: sbcaf.org/exhibitions/current.html
YOU, ME, WE, SHE
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery is excited to announce the exhibition You, Me, We, She featuring contemporary female artists working with or responding to community or collective identity in their practices. You, Me, We, She will be on view from February 23 to March 31 with a reception on February 23 from 6-8 pm.
Artists in the exhibition:
Becca Albee & Kathleen Hanna, Art Book Club, Anna Banana, Johanna Billling, Tammy Rae Carland, Stephanie Diamond, DISBAND, Annika Eriksson, Kara Hearn, Donna Henes, Corita Kent, Fawn Krieger, Justine Kurland, Jennifer Levonian, Shani Peters, Mika Rottenberg, Julia Sherman, Francine Spiegel, Martha Wilson
The Art Book Club is a group of nine artists living and working in NYC (Amanda Friedman, Carolyn Salas, Christina Leung, Fran Holstrom, Gina Beavers, Inna Babaeva, Letha Wilson, Saira McLaren, and Stacy Fisher) that convenes regularly to host member studio visits and discuss an art text. The groups' previous reading material will be on display for viewers to access.
The UNSEEN catalog is NOW AVAILABLE!
Torrance Art Museum
Good news--the catalog is finally ready to order!
Check it out at: www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2833503
ABRONS AIRspace OPEN STUDIOS
Henry Street Settlement
AIRspace Open Studios
January 21 | 4-8pm
Julie Ann Nagle
AIRspace curator-in-residence David Everitt Howe
For more info: click here for bios and work samples from the 2011-2012 AIRspace residents bit.ly/xyodEZ
Abrons Art Center
466 Grand St, New York, NY 10002-4804
Interview on Other Peoples Pixels
THE ART BOOK CLUB is excited to announce our participation in the upcoming NY Art Book Fair!
Table SY26, Courtyard
MoMA PS1, Sept. 30th-Oct. 2nd
Special Preview Thurs. Sept. 29th, 6-9
On view and for sale will be an assortment of zines and editions, our new Art Book Club member's book and other great goodies!
Hope to see you there!
The Art Book Club
ABRONS ART CENTER AIRspace Studio Residency
I am happy to announce my inclusion in this years AIRspace residency.
Please stay posted for upcoming events!
more info at:
Sept 17 - Oct 29, 2011
Torrance Art Museum
23 artists :
Documenting esoteric symbols in contemporary art.
Noah Becker, Michelle Blade, Jonathan Cammisa and Nathan Caswell, Walt Cassidy, Center for Tactical Magic, Martha Colburn, VALIE EXPORT, Francesca Gabbiani, Sayre Gomez, Frank Haines, Michelle Handelman, Emily Noelle Lambert, Adela Leibowitz, Kirt Markle, Josh Peters, Kembra Pfahler, Shalo P, Breyer P-Orridge, Yuval Pudik, David Ratcliff, Carolyn Salas, Kristin Schiele, Harry Smith.
The Unseen: gonzo curation by Adela Leibowitz (New York)
The Unseen, gonzo curated by Adela Leibowitz from a crowdsouring project insighted by TAM, is an exhibition that focuses on the use of esoteric symbols and contemporary visual uses of what has been described as "magick" by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.
"Control disintegrates. Magic integrates.
The idea is to apply the cut-up principle to behavior.
The method is a contemporary, non-mystical interpretation of magik.
Thee aim is reclamation of self-determination, conscious and unconscious, to the Individual.
Thee result is to neutralize and challenge the essence of social control.
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, London, 1987. Excerpt from Thee Psychick Bible
The term Gonzo, originating in relation to an article by Hunter S Thompson in 1970, can be used to describe any creative endeavor that privileges emotional responses, tone and style over facticity to achieve the flavor of something, rather than objectivity through factual information, for an edgier and more personal report. TAM crowdsourced the request for an innovative exhibition theme through social media and selected the proposal that we felt introduced a new idea from a new voice- Adela Leibowitz's the Unseen.
FRANCONIA SCULPTURE PARK
This past July I was Artist in Residence at Franconia Sculpture Park. Check out their website for info on my new outdoor sculpture, "Chain Link". Work installed from July 2011-July 2012.
For further details please visit their website
CASEY KAPLAN "Everything Must Go" and
STUX GALLERY "Al Gaib: Aesthetics of the Disappearance"
Opening Exhibitions both on June 30, 2011
“Everything Must Go”
A Project With Cerámica Suro Guadalajara, Mexico
Organized by José Noé Suro and Eduardo Sarabia
June 30 – July 29, 2011
Opening Thursday, June 30th 6 – 8pm
525 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
for more info on show: www.caseykaplangallery.com/index.html
Stephan Stux Gallery
Al Gaib: Aesthetics of the Disappearance
Cuarted by Gia Serena Simionati
June 30- August 30, 2011
Opening June 30th 6 - 8pm
530 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001
for more info on show: www.stuxgallery.com/site/www/upcomingEx?
Curated by Jon Lutz
Opening reception: Thursday, June 23, 7 – 9 pm
June 25 – July 31, 2011
For Immediate Release
Rawson Projects is pleased to announce "Purified Thoughts," a group exhibition of the work of Ben Berlow, Mike Hein, Carolyn Salas, and Lizzie Wright curated by Jon Lutz. Lutz lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and has curated several exhibitions under the "Daily Operation" moniker. More information about the project can be found at http://dailyoperation.org.
I am happy to announce that I am the recent recipient of the Elizabeth Foundation Studio Program 2011-2013
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
Thursday, July 30 -Sept. 07, 2009
Opening Reception for Babel Collections in The Lot
Join us to celebrate the Summer Apprenticeship Program's installation in The Lot created by sculptor Carolyn Salas and local high school students. Located on Chapel Street between Church
and Orange Streets.
50 Orange Street
New Haven, CT
Below are three articles from the show:
The New Advocate:
The New Haven Independent:
The New Haven Register: