CAROLYN SALAS
RECENT PRESS

HYPERALLERGIC
http://hyperallergic.com/92791/a-a-exhib

Artslant, A Surfeit of Space: the Francis J Greenburger Collection, Natalie Hegert, August 14, 2013
http://www.artslant.com/la/articles/show

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Site95, Journal_02_02

Online now or buy in print!

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

http://www.site95.org/2013/04/18/pushing

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UPCOMING

Contributor to Possible Press, Vol. 3 Issue 1
Coming out, June 15, 2013
http://possibleprojects.com/possiblepres

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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
http://www.125maiden.com/

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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.

Dimensions Variable
100 NE 11th Street
Miami, FL 33132
United States
http://dimensionsvariable.net/category/e
Call +1 305 607 5527
dv@dimensionsvariable.net

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HANG UP, solo show at Dodge Gallery!!!!!!

Jan 12-Feb 17

DODGEgallery
15 RIVINGTON STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10002
p +1 212-228-5122
f +1 212-228-5211
h WED-SAT 11-6, SUN 12-6
INFO@DODGE-GALLERY.COM

http://dodge-gallery.com/cgi-bin/DODGE?s

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GREY AREA to contribute to Creem Magazine/Wanderer Series

I will be one of the featured artists in the Neptune issue of Creem Magazines new Wander Series. The project contains a series of magazines/notebooks found at book stores, clothing stores, contemporary art museums and specialty boutiques. Keep an eye out for one near you!

WANDER notebook series for Creem
Wander is a poetic notebooks series inspired by the ancient Greek philosophic quest for understanding the human condition. This begins with the question of time and the notion of time passing through the stars. This series was created to show both the deconstruction and reconstruction of astrology for ideation and inspiration purposes.
http://www.creemmag.com
http://heatherminter.com/WANDER-notebook

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SITE 95 journal issue no.3

Check out my friend Meaghan Kent's online journal! I contributed an editorial to this months issue.

http://www.site95.org/wp-content/uploads

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ART BOOK CLUB GETS REVIEW!

http://articles.philly.com/2012-03-11/ne

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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. Christopher Chiappa, Liz Craft, Martha Friedman, FriendsWithYou, Jon Pylypchuk, Carolyn Salas, Mindy Shapero, Shinique Smith, and Phoebe Washburn, 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: http://sbcaf.org/exhibitions/current.htm

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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.

www.fleisher-ollmangallery.com

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|GREY AREA, CA and NY|
February 11, 2012
I will be participating in this years Valentine’s Benefit Auction and Party at Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, as well in Grey Area's soon to be launched space in SOHO! (more info to come....)

Featured in W Magazine, Refinery 29, the New York Times, and at the Bass Museum during Art Basel Miami Beach, Grey Area’s Pop-up Shop offers fashionable, high-end items by artists and designers such as Cynthia Rowley, Ed Ruscha, Julian Schnabel, Kiki Smith, Yoshitomo Nara, and Zaha Hadid. Now, these are available in Santa Barbara at CAF’s late-night benefit extravaganza. Inspired by the romance and sophistication of the holiday, this fundraiser for the arts offers an extraordinary collection of fine wine and luxury lifestyle auction lots, a Gentleman's Lounge with whisky pours by local artist and spirits connoisseur Macduff Everton, and more. Proceeds go to CAF’s acclaimed exhibitions and programs, which are brought to the public free of charge!
https://www.shopgreyarea.com/

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The UNSEEN catalog is NOW AVAILABLE!

Torrance Art Museum
The Unseen
Torrance, CA

Good news--the catalog is finally ready to order!
Check it out at:

http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/28

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ABRONS AIRspace OPEN STUDIOS
Henry Street Settlement

AIRspace Open Studios
January 21 | 4-8pm

AIRspace artists-in-residence
Amy Feldman
Ellie Krakow
Julie Ann Nagle
Brie Ruais
Carolyn Salas

AIRspace curator-in-residence
David Everitt Howe

For more info: click here for bios and work samples from the 2011-2012 AIRspace residents http://bit.ly/xyodEZ

Abrons Art Center
466 Grand St, New York, NY 10002-4804

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DECK THE WALLS

December 14, 2011 through December 30, 2011
OPENING RECEPTION Wednesday, December 14 from 7 to 10pm

SARDINE GALLERY & GOODS
286 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Open Thursday through Sunday from 12 to 7
one block from the Dekalb L

SardineBK.com

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Interview on Other Peoples Pixels

http://blog.otherpeoplespixels.com/other


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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
http://nyartbookfair.com/

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
http://artbookclub.wordpress.com

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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:
http://support.henrystreet.org/site/Page

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THE UNSEEN

Sept 17 - Oct 29, 2011
Torrance Art Museum
Torrance, CA
http://www.torranceartmuseum.com/

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.

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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
http://www.franconia.org/artistpages/car

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CASEY KAPLAN "Everything Must Go" and
STUX GALLERY "Al Gaib: Aesthetics of the Disappearance"

Opening Exhibitions both on June 30, 2011

Casey Kaplan
“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: http://www.caseykaplangallery.com/index.

AND

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: http://www.stuxgallery.com/site/www/upco

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Purified Thoughts

Ben Berlow
Mike Hein
Carolyn Salas
Lizzie Wright

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.

Rawson Projects
339 Bedford Av
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 388 2706
http://rawsonprojects.com/upcoming/purif
info@rawsonprojects.com

Hours: Saturday and Sunday 12 – 7 pm or by appointment
*The gallery will be closed July 2 and 3 in observance of Independence Day

Directions: Bedford Av between S 3 St (El Regreso Way) and S 4 St
Subway: L at Bedford Av or J M Z at Marcy Av

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Please join me this Thursday MAY12th for the Opening of "In Back of the Real"

I will be exhibiting two new works:
One outdoor work- located on the corner of Powers St and Bushwhick Ave in Williamsburg
And one new sculpture located in the ISCP gallery space

for more information please visit:
ISCP
http://www.iscp-nyc.org/index.php?id=606

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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
http://www.efanyc.org

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PARLOUR NO. 18
SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER

OPENING RECEPTION
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2010, 7 - 10 PM

BY APPOINTMENT
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2010, 12 - 4 PM

HOME OF ALI ASCHMAN AND SANDRINE CANAC
1610 DEKALB AVE, APT 4E, BROOKLYN

R.S.V.P.
parlourinfo@gmail.com

Please join Parlour for our first post summer show, as we unveil works by Negar Ahkami, Heidi Bartlett, Alison Blickle, Megan Burns, Sydney Chastain-Chapman, Jenny Morgan, Colette Robbins, Carolyn Salas, Carmelle Safdie and Heeseop Yoon... what a summer it's been!

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www.parlourdoor.com

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COMING SOON!

Assembly Line
October 2010

The Elizabeth Foundation
http://www.efanyc.org/assembly-line/2010


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OPENING JUNE 02

WORDLESS
The Elizabeth Foundation, curated by Felicity Hogan
June 02 -July 23, 2010
opening reception from 6-8, June 02

323 West 39th Street, 3rd Floor
New York NY 10018
http://www.efanyc.org/



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IF YOU SEE NOTHING, SAY SOMETHING

The Invisible Dog
If You See Nothing, Say Something
Opening May 22, 2010
6-9pm
(the show runs from May 22 -July 25)

51 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11 201
between Smith & Court streets
Subway F or G, Bergen Street
http://theinvisibledog.org/




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VALUE CITY

Little Berlin Gallery Space
Value City
Opening May 07, 2010
6-10pm

Located at Little Berlin
119 West Montgomery
Philadelphia PA, 19122
http://littleberlin.org/about/



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ON VIEW NOW

Berkshire Museum
Armed & Dangerous: Art of Arsenal
January 23- June 06, 2010
please visit their website for more information
www.berkshiremuseum.org

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DJERASSI ARTIST RESIDENCY

I will be attending a month-long artist residency. Nov. 2009
Check out their website!
http://www.dejerassi.org

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ART SPACE

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
06510
203-772-2709
http://www.artspacenh.org

Below are three articles from the show:

The New Advocate:
http://newhavenadvocate.com/article.cfm?

The New Haven Independent:
http://www.newhavenindependent.org/archi

The New Haven Register:
http://www.nhregister.com/articles/2009/

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"Trophies" a new collaborative piece with Adam Parker Smith will be on view from June 18 -July 25, 2009

PARISIAN LAUNDRY
3550 St-Antoine West
Montréal, QC
H4C 1A9
www.parisianlaundry.com