Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Jane South in Artnews Magazine

Jane South is featured in a major article in the new Artnews (May 2007). 'Paper Pushers', written by Meredith Mendelsohn, focuses on five artists "taking paper in new directions, cutting, folding, gluing, and layering the material sculpturally and architecturally". Read the full article here.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Chili Moon Town Tour launches at Mexico Arte Contemporaneo

Anna Galtarossa's Chili Moon Town, an astonishing floating city developed as a fantasy real estate project in collaboration with artist Daniel Gonzalez, launches at Mexico Arte Contemporaneo on Tuesday 24th. On view during the duration of the fair at the adjacent Chapultepec Lake, collectors will be invited to invest in advertising space, apartments and buildings before the city floats off to its next destinations at New York’s Central Park and Echo Park, LA. More info here, and at the artists' website here.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Zilvinas Kempinas - 'White Noise'

The Gallery will be closed from April 10th through May 3rd for the installation of 'White Noise', a major new piece by Zilvinas Kempinas. The artist's third solo show at the gallery (following the critically acclaimed 'Flying Tape', 2004 and 'Columns/Bike Messenger', 2006), 'White Noise' represents a monumental new development of Kempinas' series of sculptural installations employing his signature medium of unspooled video tape. Read more about the project here.

SBG-Recent Press

Gallery artists Jeff Gabel, Zilvinas Kempinas, and Jaime Pitarch have featured in a flurry of great press for the gallery recently:

Zilvinas and Jaime are both named among Art Review magazine’s ‘Future Greats: 25 Artists You Need To Know’. Read Keith Patrick’s article on Jaime here, and Mark Rappolt on Zilvinas here.

Jaime Pitarch’s 2006 solo show at the gallery is also reviewed in the current issues of Contemporary and Tema Celeste magazines.

And Jeff Gabel’s January solo show at the gallery has been featured in review in Artforum magazine. Read Michael Wilson’s piece here.