Heidi Van Wieren at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey

September 20, 2015 - Thatcher Projects

Thatcher Projects is excited to announce Heidi Van Wieren's participation in the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey exhibition, Adhere.

This exhibition showcases art that uses the distinctive and unconventional medium of adhesives.  The works on view, which include several site-specific installations, incorporate various tapes, glues and stickers utilized for mark making, shading, color and texture. Artists from across the United States, Europe, and Asia will present works that demonstrate the somewhat unexpected and incredibly technical aesthetic quality of this art form. The exhibition is curated by Katherine Murdock, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Assistant Curator.

Exhibiting artists: Tirtzah Bassel, Travis Childers, Hayt Hester, Ye Hongxing, Vandana Jain, Hong Seon Jang, Mark Khaisman, Sandra Ono, Johan Rijpma, Heidi Van Wieren

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Bill Thompson: Documentary Short by Anthony Penta

December 19, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

A profile of Boston sculptor Bill Thompson by Anthony Penta.

A visitor to Bill's miniature industrial workshop might expect to see him making intricate machines or auto parts. Instead, what emerges are smooth, mesmerizing forms that never suggest the messy, labor-intensive processes he uses to make them.

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Omar Chacon at the Children's Museum of Art

December 19, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the presentation of two large paintings and one work on paper by gallery artist, Omar Chacon at the Cynthia C. Wainwright Gallery of the Children’s Museum of the Arts in New York, on view January 22- May 3, 2015.

Curated by Children's Museum of the Arts Director of Fine Arts, Jil Weinstock, the exhibition, titled PIXELATED: SUM OF ITS PIECES, brings together emerging and mid-career artists whose work explores different means of perception. For better or worse, our lives are increasingly played out on a screen. From checking directions to playing a game on the latest bestselling app, digital technologies are a part of our everyday lives. Just as individual “pixels” are pieced together to create a larger image or message, this exhibition brings together visual artists whose works explore the intersection between art and technology, or who break down the very materials they work with into individual parts.

Exhibiting Artists: Aziz + Cucher, Omar Chacon, Christian Faur, Bradley Hart, Richard Klein, Daniel Rozin, Al Souza, and Devorah Sperber

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William Steiger - New Print by Pace Editions

December 2, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the publication of Silvercup though Pace Editions, Inc. An aquatint and soft ground etching produced in an edition of 30, this print of the artist's 2014 painting of the same title is based off the iconic signage located in the Long Island City skyline.


Upcoming: Gary Carsley Solo-Exhibition at the Visual Arts Center, NJ

November 18, 2014

Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce an upcoming solo-exhiibition of artworks by Australian artist Gary Carsley at the Visual Arts Center, NJ. OpeningSunday, February 8, 2 pm – 4 pm


Adam Fowler in the Seventh International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition, Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School.

September 16, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the inclusion of gallery artist Adam Fowler in Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction, the seventh International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition at the Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School.

Established at the Hartford Art School in 1994, The International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition is a grand showcase for the work of internationally known artists featuring challenging themes and a week of lectures and discussions leading up to the exhibition.  Curated by Joseloff Gallery managing director, Lisa Gaumond, the exhibition explores works featuring paper as the central medium used to express the artists’ message and emotion.  Paper may be sliced by hand, torn, or laser cut; pieces may be traditional, flat, and decorative; they may be layered, reconstructed, and sculptural.

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William Betts and Maria Park in "That’s Where You Need to Be" at Richard Levy Gallery

August 5, 2014 - Margaret Thatcher Projects

Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the inclusion of two gallery artists - William Betts and Maria Park, in That’s Where You Need to Be a group exhibition at Richard Levy Gallery, on view August 1 - September 19, 2014. Other artists in the exhibition include Xuan Chen and Willy Bo Richardson. Each of these artists expand the conventions of painting by executing their own unique styles and methods of application.

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Rainer Gross in Neo-Expressionism in Germany at China Museum Shanghai

July 30, 2014

Two major paintings by German American artist Rainer Gross, (Die Behauptung der Moderne I, 1982) and TV II Baroque, 1979) included in an exhibition of German Expressionist paintings at the Shanghai China Art Museum. Considered a movement with major influence on Chinese modern art since the 1980s, this is the first proper exhibition ever held on the Chinese mainland.

GARY CARSLEY: SCIENCEFICTIVE at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane

May 31, 2014

The Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present the new installation Sciencefictive by Brisbane-born, Sydney-based established artist Gary Carsley. This immersive project transforms two galleries into an interior garden, seen through apertures, or Moongates, that puncture the white walls of the gallery. As visitors follow a path laid throughout the galleries, they will encounter these Moongates, which serve as windows onto gardens from around the world. These are displayed in the IMA galleries in a physical relationship to each other that they would have if Brisbane were the centre of the world. The entire work therefore functions as a giant mappa mundi, and encourages us to contemplate the complex balance between social construct, geography, and flora that characterises gardens. While today’s gardens are typically produced by landscape architects, Carsley suggests an affinity between the process of conceiving and creating a garden and that of the artist—bringing land, sea, and sky together into evocative spaces that offer journeys and compel reflection.

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Frank Badur Retrospective at the Saarland Museum, Germany

May 22, 2014 - Thatcher Projects

The gallery is pleased to announce Frank Badur's restrospective at the Saarland Museum in Saarbrücken, Germany. On view from May 10-October 12, 2014. The exhibition, titled 'Frank Badur' is a focused presentation of his paintings and drawings whose basis is set on his use of color, line, space, light, dimension and structure. 

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