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Larassa Kabel: DUMA 2017 Biennial

April 18, 2017

DUMA 2017 Biennial
May 27, 2017 - August 20, 2017

THE MISSION is pleased to announce that Larassa Kabel has two pieces that will be exhibited in the Dubuque Art Museum 2017 Biennial.

Juror: Amanda C, Burdan, Ph.D., Associate Curator of the Brandywine River Museum of Art.

Dubuque Art Museum
701 Locust St
Dubuque, IA

Opening Reception: May 27, 2017


One United Force

April 22, 2017

We will be hosting a silent auction, Una Sola Fuerza (One United Force), to support Peru on Saturday, April 22. All proceeds from the auction will go to CANAT to support the areas most affected by the recent mudslides and flooding that has devastated Peru. (https://manitoscanatperu.word press.com/)

We will be auctioning artwork by both Chicago and Peru-based artists along with Peruvian objects. We would love to include one of… [more]

Susan Giles: Interiors

June 22, 2017

THE MISSION is pleased to pronounce Susan Giles' upcoming solo show Interiors at The Gallery at Burren College of Art.

Interiors
Solo Exhibition

The Gallery at Burren College of Art
Castlequarter Kilkeedy
Kilkeedy, Co. Clare, Ireland

June 22, 2017 - July 28, 2017

Jean Alexander Frater: Dock 6 Collective

June 3, 2017

Dock 6 Design & Art 10
curated by Edra Soto and Dan Sullivan

Doc 6 Collective
2100 N Major Ave, Chicago, IL 60639

Reception: June 3, 1-8pm

Jean Alexander Frater: Abstract Wall Paintings III

May 12, 2017

THE MISSION is pleased to announce Jean Alexander Frater's upcoming group show, >, opening May 12th, at Transmitter Gallery.

ABSTRACT WALL PAINTINGS III #DESTIJL100YEARS
Group Exhibition curated by Rob De Oude

Transmitter Gallery
1329 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Reception: May 12, 6-9pm

May 12 - June 18, 2017

Larassa Kabel: Taking Pictures

April 6, 2017

THE MISSION is pleased to announce Larassa Kabel's participation in the group exhibition, Taking Pictures: 2017, at Black Box Gallery in Portland.

Taking Pictures: 2017
Group Exhibition with Larassa Kabel


Reception: April 7th, 6-8pm

Black Box Gallery
811 E Burnside #212
Portland, OR 97214


April 1-20, 2017

Michelle Prazak: Geometria Suspendida

April 5, 2017

Geometria Suspendida
Michelle Prazak & Robert Ferrer

Impakto Gallery
Calle Lino Alarco
Miraflores - Lima, Peru

Reception: April 5th, 2017 7:30pm

Matt Magee: Marfa Grapheme

April 4, 2017

Marfa Grapheme
A Site-Specific mural at INDE/JACOBS

INDE/JACOBS Gallery
208 East San Antonio St
Marfa, TX 79843
Review by Peter Frank

Matt Magee's art evinces a wide array of sources, but a focused sensibility - one that allows him access to many different materials, formats, and effects while keeping his formal language honed and supple. As can be sensed from his myriad gridded paintings, Magee - who… [more]

Matt Magee: Seven Questions for Matt Magee

April 3, 2017

While attending Trinity University in San Antonio in the early-‘80s, Matt Magee took a leap of faith that would forever change his life. Signing up on three straight summer internships with the Guggenheim Museum—two in New York and the third in Venice—the artist set a course for a creative career that continues to flourish today. A painter, sculptor and printmaker, Magee recently accepted another challenge—to discuss his life and art… [more]

SUBMISSIVE EXHIBITIONS

April 1, 2017

Submissive Exhibitions is pleased to announce the opening for Matthew Schlagbaum's solo exhibition, Something and the idea of something.

Artist's statement
My work explores the social, emotional and political states linked with the inability to experience sensations available to others. I create imagery and objects that reflect a longing for absent experiences. This primarily manifests in my practice through a
focus on our cultural obsession with emotional extremes, most… [more]

Susan Giles: Higher Than Wide

May 4, 2017

THE MISSON is please to announce Susan Giles upcoming solo show, Higher Than Wide, at the PataPDX in Portland, OR.

Higher Than Wide
Solo exhibition curated by Avantika Bawa

PataPDX
625 NW Everett St #104
Portland, OR 97209

May 4 - June 17

Opening Reception: May 4, 2017, 6-8pm

Artist Talk 6:30pm May 6

Mariana Sissia: I Never did Anything out of the Blue

March 29, 2017

I Never did Anything out of the Blue
Solo Exhibition

YKW Gallery
Rodriguez Peña 1934
Buenos Aires 1021

March 29, 2017 - April 29, 2017

SUBMISSIVE EXHIBITIONS

March 25, 2017

Submissive Exhibitions is pleased to announce the opening for Dylan Cale's solo exhibition and performance, Observation Device.

Dylan Cale Jones invites you to observe and draw a Chicago Police Observation Device.

WHERE: Humboldt Park, just west of the intersection of California and Potomac.

Bring your own drawing and observation materials. Limited materials will be provided. Event is free and open to the public. No previous… [more]

Mariana Sissia: The Residue of Painting

March 23, 2017

The Residue of Painting
Site-specific Solo Exhibition

Quimera Gallery
Carrer de València, 281, 08009 Barcelona, Spain

March 23, 2017 - May 23, 2017

SUBMISSIVE EXHIBITIONS

March 18, 2017

Submissive Exhibitions is pleased to announce the opening for Maggie Crowley's solo exhibition Swim.

The most recent body of work signifies a shift in the artist's practice toward the representational. Having not included the figure or recognizable imagery in her paintings in over ten years, it became important to make a mark that the viewer could identify with in a literal and emotional way. Representation, the body and recognition… [more]

Mariana Sissia: Braque Prize

March 15, 2017

Braque Prize

Exhibiting artists: Andrés Aizicovich, Nicanor Aráoz, Joaquín Aras, Amadeo Azar, Daniel Basso, Sofía Bohtlingk, Martín Carrizo, Cecilia Catalin, Pablo Cavallo, Alejandro Chaskielberg, Laura Códega, Elena Dahn, Valentín Demarco, Marcelo Galindo, Diego Haboba, Pablo Insurralde, Iumi Kataoka, Pablo La Padula, Carolina Magnin, Alexis Minkiewicz, Mariano Molina, Aimé Pastorino, Débora Pierpaoli, Mariela Scafati, Alan Segal, Mariana Sissia, Juan Tessi, Valeria Traversa, Leila Tschopp, Nahuel Vecino
Curated by Anna… [more]

Larassa Kabel: Attach Files

March 12, 2017

THE MISSION is pleased to announce a group exhibition, featuring Larassa Kabel, at 50/50 Gallery in Kansas City, MO.

ATTACH FILES
March 17- April 15, 2017
ATTACH FILES is rooted in the open call platform and functions as an institutional message for 50/50: that we remain committed to the open call platforms despite ending our billboard lease in December 2016. This commitment to open call opportunities has… [more]

SUBMISSIVE EXHIBITIONS

March 11, 2017

Submissive Exhibitions is pleased to announce the opening for Céline Browning's solo exhibition War Games.

War Games uses reimagined children's toys to examine the American fascination with weapons of war. The work is made from toys that allow children to pretend to be soldiers or police officers- both professions that are involved in state sanctioned violence. Browning began this series after the horrific shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice,… [more]

Jeroen Nelemans: EXPANDED

March 9, 2017

Gallery Weekend Chicago (GWC), in partnership with Mana Contemporary Chicago, presents EXPANDED, an exhibition showcasing 25 of Chicago’s leading established contemporary art galleries and emerging artist-run spaces. Occupying a 20,000-square-foot space on the 4th floor of the Mana building in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, EXPANDED brings together 25 galleries—all members of GWC—under one roof. Each gallery will present a solo exhibition, collectively reflecting the diverse and complex nature of Chicago’s art… [more]

Matt Magee: If You Stay Busy You Have No Time to be Unhappy

February 18, 2017

Coinciding with our twentieth anniversary, MOCA presents If You Stay Busy You Have No Time to be Unhappy, an exhibition of work by over eighty artists showcasing a diversity of mediums, materials, sizes, and creative backgrounds. Selections are stylistically varied, encompassing figurative and abstract paintings, photographs, drawings, text pieces, sculptures, ceramics, furniture, and boundary-defying objects. Staged at a historical moment of uncertainty and upheaval, the exhibition asks questions that are… [more]