Monday, November 24, 2008

Tessa Farmer, New York Times

Ken Johnson's recent round-up of New York's gallery neighborhoods in the New York Times included an extended piece on Soho, including Tessa Farmer's current show at the gallery.

Click on the image above to read the excerpt on Tessa, and go here to read the full piece.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Tessa Farmer Kills Tinkerbell!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Tessa Farmer installation images now online...

Installation shots of the gallery's current solo show by Tessa Farmer are now online here.

Exhibition continues through December 13th, read more here.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Zilvinas Kempinas interview on Museo Magazine

As reported previously here, Zilvinas Kempinas has a major new interview feature on Museo Magazine, the online art publication.

We are happy to report that the article has now hit the digital news stands, read Veronica Roberts' in depth interview with Zilvinas at this link.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Jeff Gabel on

Jeff Gabel is the featured artist on's project space this month.

The project space invites artists to present a work via Flash animation, and Jeff here uses a hand-drawn template of the Artreview website as the platform for another of his remarkable, ramshackle, heartfelt rants. Letting loose on himself, his day job, the commission, and other assorted woes, Jeff admits he is rarely more happy than "during infrequent drinking opportunities..."

An accompanying interview provides a fascinatingly frank insight into the artist's approach to work and life. Check it out at

Tessa Farmer opens at SBG

Here are a few pictures of Monday night's revelries. More on this amazing show here, and installation shots to follow...

Monday, November 3, 2008

Tessa Farmer at Spencer Brownstone Gallery

The gallery is currently closed for the installation of our next exhibition, the New York solo debut of English artist Tessa Farmer, to open Monday November 10th, 6-8pm.

Tessa Farmer's remarkable work conjures a fantastical miniature world from organic material including twisted plant roots, dead insects, bones, and mummified animals. She creates a dramatic parallel world where 'fairies' - half insect/half humanoid skeletal creatures with skull heads and twisted limbs - roam with malevolent intent the sculptural tableaux the artist creates for them.

On view will be five new interconnected sculptures that create an unfolding narrative around the gallery's main space, as well as two of the artist's stunning stop-motion films, created in collaboration with Sean Daniels, that literally animate her tiny sculptures, drawing out their willfully destructive antics to the full.

More info here.