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Margaret Thatcher Projects at PULSE NY 2014, Booth B21

April 26, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to participate in the ninth edition of  PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair, May 8 - 11 at The Metropolitan Pavilion. The gallery will be presenting a solo booth of the Ethiopian artist, Tegene Kunbi. Kunbi lives and works in Berlin, having left Addis Ababa to further his painting studies with an esteemed group of professors at the Universität der Künste Berlin.
View images from his current exhibition at the gallery, Melting Pot.

The fair will feature new and returning international galleries, spanning eleven countries. Over seventy five percent of exhibitors, including Thatcher Projects, will present solo, two or three artist presentations, which are integrated throughout the fair as PULSE, IMPULSE, and POINTS exhibitors, thereby encouraging connectivity between artworks, galleries and visitors and emphasizing the fair as a platform for discovery. 

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Omar Chacon & Adam Fowler in Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Art Auction and Benefit

April 25, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Support community programming and outreach programs such as Artists with Disabilities and Arc, the Young Scholars Program, SAGE Elder Care: Art from the Heart and The Connection for Women and Families at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey by participating in "For Art's Sake", a silent art auction and benefit on Saturday, May 3, 7:30 - 10:30 PM. The auction will include works by gallery artists, Omar Chacon and Adam Fowler. 

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Nan Swid in "Extending the Line 3D" at C. Grimaldis Gallery

April 18, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

The gallery is pleased to announce the inclusion of works by Nan Swid in Extending the Line 3D at Baltimore's C. Grimaldis Gallery. The exhibition opens on Wednesday, April 23rd and will be on view through June 7.

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Venske & Spänle's "Enclosión en Valencia" at the Museum of Bellas Artes

February 8, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Eclosión en Valencia 2014 is a sculptural project of artists Julia Venske and Gregor Spänle. This roject includes more than 70 sculptures in marble called Smörfs populating different parts of the city of Valencia, Spain. 

The exhibition is conceived as a journey begining in the Fondo Arte-AS gallery, continuing to the old Turia River, the Museum of Bellas Artes in Valencia, where the Smörfs discover Valencian Gothic painting of the permanent collection of the Museum. These sculptures were created by artists to interact, surprise and challenge the viewer with its organic forms.

This is the largest project Venske & Spänle after exhibitions in New York, Berlin, Los Angeles, Sydney and Zurich among others.

Click here to learn more about Eclosión en Valencia 2014


Maria Park in "Beyond Earth Art" at Herbert F. Johnson Museum

January 21, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce that works by Maria Park will be included in "Beyond Earth Art" at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Cornell University. Following in the footsteps of the legendary 1969 Earth Art exhibition took place at Cornell University (curated by Willoughby Sharp), the exhibition is comprised of separate installations and exhibitions that address issues related to the representation of landscape, water supply, food justice, recycling, fair distribution of natural resources, and the nature/culture divide. 

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Cathy Choi and Robert Sagerman in Pouring it On at UMass Amherst

January 16, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Herter Gallery is pleased to present: "Pouring it On"

Including works by:
Cathy Choi, Tomory Dodge, Robert Feldschuh, Matthew Kolodzeij, Jacqueline Humphries, Richard Allen Morris, Jill Moser, David Reed, Robert Sagerman, Bret Slater, Josh Smith, Leslie Wayne, and Summer Wheat

While the sense of historical necessity that once attended so many new developments in abstract art has unquestionably loosened its grip, nevertheless Abstraction in one form or another, still commands the allegiance of a great many of today's artists.


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