Steve Lambert’s “Self-Control” Covered by Bay Area NBC News
Enjoy this Bay Area NBC article and video piece about Steve’s self-control web application.
Orly Cogan’s Museum Show Schedule for 2009
Orly Cogan will be participating in the following museum exhibitions this year:
1. Exhibition title: “She Will Always Be Younger Than Us“
Textile Museum of Canada. On view now through September 7th 2009.
2. Exhibition Title: “It’s Not Us, It’s You“
The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art.
This show will be on view through the end of June. It’s Not Us, It’s You is an exhibition that explores the inevitability of rejection in our lives – a timely topic in today’s woeful economic climate. Through a tragic and sometimes heartbreaking lens, the artists in this exhibition respond to the reality of rejection with subversion, self-reflection, humor and brutal honesty.
3. Exhibition Title: “Pretty Tough: Contemporary Storytelling“. At The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in CT. June 21, 2009, to January 3, 2010
The women in this exhibition, although formally distinct, all reclaim storytelling as a strategy to address contemporary discourses on warfare, the environment, and female struggles. The artists focus on narrative representation and figuration. Their fairytale-like depictions are in reality reflections on submerged violence, played out through refined, delicate, and meticulous work. The artists look back at traditional modes of expression, such as storytelling, as well as engaging traditional or vintage techniques that require a labor—intensive process—obsessive, elaborate, yet impeccable manufacture. This highly stylized work—pretty—offers profound assessments of our contemporary world—tough—by relying on storytelling as a subversive strategy that permeates the public sphere more efficiently than confrontational discourses.
4. Exhibition Title: “I Want Candy“
The Fresno Metropolitan Museum from June 26th – September 6th 09.
This installation will be traveling to various Museum exhibitions through out the US for one year following this show in Fresno.
Ala Ebtekar and Taravat Talepasand in new book on contemporary Iranian Art!
Congratulations to Ala Ebtekar and Taravat Talepasand on their mutual inclusion in the new book by Hossein Amirsadeghi titled Different Sames: New Perspectives in Contemporary Iranian Art. Here’s a link to the book on Amazon.
Steve Lambert Wins Award of Distinction at Ars Electronica
Congratulations to Steve Lambert and the Yes Men for winning an Award of Distinction in Hybrid Arts for the New York Times Special Edition @ Ars Electronica this year!
Steve Lambert Reviewed in the LA Times
Read Christopher Knight of the LA Times on Steve Lambert @ CJG
Steve Lambert’s show on Eco Art Blog
Nice mention from our friends at Eco Art Blog after seeing Steve’s show
William Powhida Piece in New York Magazine!
Have a look at this hilarious piece on William’s “Post-Boom Odds” piece, wherein he lays odds on the relevance of his contemporaries in 10 years time…