Colby Caldwell has a solo exhibition at the Weizenblatt Gallery at Mars Hill University

Colby Caldwell has a solo exhibition at the Weizenblatt Gallery at Mars Hill University

Colby Caldwell: Photographs
November 20th - December 20th
Weizenblatt Gallery, Mars Hill University 

Solo exhibition of work by Colby Caldwell. 

Gregg Museum of Art & Design shows Kirsten Stolle's work

Gregg Museum of Art & Design shows Kirsten Stolle's work

Art's Work in the Age of Biotechnology:  Shaping Our Genetic Futures
October 17, 2019 - March 15, 2020
Gregg Museum of Art & Design NC State University, Raleigh, NC. 
Stolle's Miracle Grow wallpaper intervention and Chemical Bouquet II  are included in this exhibition which  is a visually stunning and thought-provoking exhibition aimed at raising awareness about genetic engineering, biotechnologies, and their consequences through the lens of art and design. Stolle will also participate in the panel discussion, "Biotechnology as Culture", moderated by Priscilla Wald, R. Florence Brinkley Professor of English at Duke University. Panel convenes from 2-3 pm on October 18th.

Urbanautica publishes Dawn Roe's work in Extinction: The World Without Us

Urbanautica publishes Dawn Roe's work in Extinction: The World Without Us

Extinction. The World Without Us
Published by Urbanautica, 2019

Human destruction of the living world is causing a “frightening” number of plant and animal extinctions, according to a growing number of scientists, studies, publications, and reports. In the last century, the awareness that human activities are harmful to the environment, to life in general, including that of humans has increased. Wars, climate change, diseases, pollution, technological escalation, deforestation are just some of the threats that challenge the survival of the species. 30 photographers were selected by Urbanautica Institute. A portfolio of Dawn's images from Conditions for an Unfinished Mourning: Wretched Yew were selected for inclusion.

Jade Doskow is an artistic partner in photography of Freshkills Park in NYC

Jade Doskow is an artistic partner in photography of Freshkills Park in NYC

Through her large-format, full-color images of the site, the transformations — natural and unnatural, dynamic and  incremental, seasonal and yearly — become visible. Combining within each picture the beauty and luminosity of the Hudson River School of landscape paintings with the jarring, surreal structural elements inherent to the site — methane wells, leachate plants, roads built for landfill operations that are still in use today — Doskow’s images offer a vision of a new and highly engineered concept of wilderness.

Work from Workingman Collective, Molly Sawyer, Rachel Meginnes, Margaret Curtis, and Colby Caldwell included in Appalachia Now! at the Asheville Art Museum

Work from Workingman Collective, Molly Sawyer, Rachel Meginnes, Margaret Curtis, and Colby Caldwell included in Appalachia Now! at the Asheville Art Museum

Appalachia Now! An Interdisciplinary Survey of Contemporary Art in Southern Appalachia
November 14, 2019
Asheville Art Museum Asheville, NC

Appalachia Now! An Interdisciplinary Survey of Contemporary Art in Southern Appalachia will be the inaugural exhibition of the newly renovated Museum. The exhibition provides a regional snapshot of the art of our time—a collective survey of contemporary Southern Appalachian culture.

Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South exhibit opens with work from Rob Amberg, McNair Evans, Stacy Kranitz, and Mike Smith

Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South exhibit opens with work from Rob Amberg, McNair Evans, Stacy Kranitz, and Mike Smith

Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South
Through December 6, 2019
Gregg Museum of Art & Design, Raleigh, NC
and The Power Plant Gallery, Durham, NC

NC State’s Gregg Museum and Duke’s Power Plant Gallery have joined forces to show Southbound—Photographs of and about the New South, a joint mega-exhibition that seeks to reveal the South through the lenses of fifty-five contemporary photographers. Chosen by Mark Sloan and Mark Long of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, SC, Southbound presents places and images they saw as indelibly and irrefutably “Southern.” This is the second stop for this traveling exhibition.

Hannah Cole featured in exhibit at Ringling College of Art and Design

Hannah Cole featured in exhibit at Ringling College of Art and Design

Artists Minding Their Business
Willis Smith Construction Inc. Gallery in the Larry R. Thompson Academic Center, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
October 18 - December 6, 2019

How do you go from creative spark to creative business? An interactive multimedia exhibition and event series, Artists Minding Their Business takes us on the evolution from making art to making a living.

Kirtsen Stolle featured in AlieNation exhibit

Kirtsen Stolle featured in AlieNation exhibit

October 11, 2018 - January 11, 2019
Revolve Project Space Asheville, NC
Three person show including Stolle's Needled project and Grand Order of the Invisibles. Each artist in this exhibition disrupts the grand narrative, and offers their alien, or othered, point of view. By experiencing these works together in one place we can perhaps start to see that we are all aliens at one time or another, marked as outsider as our relationship to home, history, and our bodies change over time.
Curated by Anna Helgeson.

Coined in the South show includes work from Rachel Meginnes and Tema Stauffer

Coined in the South show includes work from Rachel Meginnes and Tema Stauffer

Coined in the South
October 10, 2019 - February 16, 2020
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

The Young Affiliates, in collaboration with The Mint Museum, will host their fourth annual art show, Coined in the South, at Mint Museum Uptown. The title, Coined in the South, refers not only to The Mint Museum’s origins as the first branch of the United States Mint, but also to the act of inventing and/or devising.

Work from Jade Doskow up in Activist Estates: A Radical History of Property in Loisaida exhibit

Work from Jade Doskow up in Activist Estates: A Radical History of Property in Loisaida exhibit

Activist Estates: A Radical History of Property in Loisaida
The Loisaida Center, NY
October 2 - December 12, 2019

Activist Estates: A Radical History of Property in Loisaida is an exploration of buildings and properties in the Lower East Side that are celebrated sites of resistance. This exhibition curated and designed by the Architect Nandini Bagchee in partnership with Loisaida Center visualizes the narratives of a historic space-based activism via drawings, maps, models, photographs, manuals and posters.

Ken Abbott wins second place in Annual Juried Exhibit at Toe River Arts

Ken Abbott wins second place in Annual Juried Exhibit at Toe River Arts

Ken Abbotts recently received second place in the Toe River Juried Exhibit. Every year, a juror with many years of curating expertise, a discerning eye, and knowledge of our mountain community is selected to express his or her unique perspective.  The juror this year was Mary Anne Redding. The exhibit is open to amateur and professional artists in every media from North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, and South Carolina.

Bryan Graf: Landlines at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Bryan Graf: Landlines at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Bryan Graf: Landlines
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, GA
Through December 22, 2019 

In Landlines, Graf continues his exploration across a varied range of photographic approaches and subjects. Finding equal importance in conceptual, visceral, and narrative approaches to the medium. The exhibition title, Landlines, is borrowed from landline telephones- which are in a fixed, specific location to communicate with someone. While we’re communicating from this place, there’s also the ambient sounds and beautiful static surrounding us.

McNair Evans work featured on the cover of Photo District News

McNair Evans work featured on the cover of Photo District News

Photo District News: Fine Art Careers: McNair Evans Learns the Value of Patience (And a Business Plan) by David Walker

"McNair Evans expected his career to flourish quickly after he graduated in 2011 from Academy of Art University in San Francisco. “I felt perhaps entitled to that. I felt that people ought to like my work,” the photographer says. It wasn’t long before he realized that to build a career, “the road is long, and it’s hard, and you’ve got to have patience.'"

Evans' image Crescent 13001, from the series In Search of Great Men  (pictured) also appears on the cover of this issue.

Dawn Roe featured as an exhibiting artist for the 2019 Filter Photo Festival, Chicago

Dawn Roe featured as an exhibiting artist for the 2019 Filter Photo Festival, Chicago

Filter Photo Festival is an anual photography festival held in Chicago, each year the festival creates a schedule of workshops, lectures, artist talks, exhibitions, and more. Two exhibition proposals were chosen for this years festival, "The Universal" and "Seeing the Familiar for the First Time." Tracey Morgan Gallery is proud to announce that represented photographer, Dawn Roe, has been selected to exhibit her work in "The Universal." Both of these shows were curated by Gregory Harris of Atlanta's High Museum of Art, and will be open at the Filter Space, Chicago, starting Septermber 20. For more information on both shows please visit the Filter Photo Festival Website.

Ralston Fox Smith unveils new sculpture at the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center

Ralston Fox Smith unveils new sculpture at the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center

Rallston Fox Smith was one of three artists chosen to fabricate and install a large-scale sculpture for the Asheville Chamber of Commerce. The three works will be unveiled at the Asheville Visitor's Center on July 31, 2019 and remain on view throughout the year. 

Randy Shull featured on the cover of Asheville Made

Randy Shull featured on the cover of Asheville Made

Asheville Made interviews Randy Shull about his most recent body of work, on display at Tracey Morgan Gallery and his buisness Pink Dog Studios.

The Terrain Biennial in Chicago opens October 4, 2019, featuring work by Kirsten Stolle

The Terrain Biennial in Chicago opens October 4, 2019, featuring work by Kirsten Stolle

The Terrain Biennial is a group exhibition that started in Springfield IL, with exhibition centers displaying work across the united states in Oak Park, Chicago, Evanston, Portland (Maine), Lubbock (Texas), Peoria, Springfield, Oakland, Los Angeles, Dhaka (Bangladesh), London (UK), and more. Work in the show is themed around the landscape and human interaction with the environment. Tracey Morgan Gallery is proud to announce that one of our represented artists, Kirsten Stolle, is featured as an exhibiting artist. The show opens on October 4, 2019. For more information on the show and a complete list of exhibition locations please visit https://terrainexhibitions.us16.list-manage.com/track/click?u=537006376054ca5eb7862f83a&id=a908513cab&e=c1a557426a. 

Bryan Graf: Landlines opens at Atlanta Contemporary on August 24, 2019

Bryan Graf: Landlines opens at Atlanta Contemporary on August 24, 2019

A show of new work by Bryan Graf will open at Atlanta Contemporary on August 24, 2019 during the annual Art Party. 

Tema Stauffer: Upstate opens at Hudson Hall NY on August 10, 2019

Tema Stauffer: Upstate opens at Hudson Hall NY on August 10, 2019

Tema Staufer's exhibition Upstate opens, August 10, 2019 at Historic Hudson Hall Opera House, in Hudson NY. 

Randy Shull acquired by the Asheville Art Museum

Randy Shull acquired by the Asheville Art Museum

Randy Shull's work, Open Space has been acquired by the Asheville Art Museum. Open Space is an artwork that combines sculpture, painting and furniture into one, a hallmark of Shull's oeuvre.

Colby Caldwell featured in Asheville Made

Colby Caldwell featured in Asheville Made

McNair Evans featured on the cover of PDN along with interview on working as an artist

McNair Evans featured on the cover of PDN along with interview on working as an artist

PDN interviews McNair Evans about his work and the buisness practices of working as an artist

Stacy Kranitz Featured in French Newspaper, Liberation

Stacy Kranitz Featured in French Newspaper, Liberation

Stacy Kranitz was one of ten photographers, and the only American, to be nominated for the New Discovery prize category at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival for her body of work As It Was Give(n) to Me.

Stacy Kranitz featured in the British Journal of Photography for her work at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival

Stacy Kranitz featured in the British Journal of Photography for her work at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival

Stacy Kranitz was one of ten photographers, and the only American, to be nominated for the New Discovery prize category at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival for her body of work As It Was Give(n) to Me.

Stacy Kranitz featured in the August Issue of Polka Magazine for her work at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival

Stacy Kranitz featured in the August Issue of Polka Magazine for her work at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival

Stacy Kranitz was one of ten photographers, and the only American, to be nominated for the New Discovery prize category at the Les Rencontre d'Arles photography festival for her body of work As It Was Give(n) to Me.

Stacy Kranitz and Tracey Morgan Gallery shortlisted for the Louis Roederer Discovery Award at Les Rencontre d'Arles 2019

Stacy Kranitz and Tracey Morgan Gallery shortlisted for the Louis Roederer Discovery Award at Les Rencontre d'Arles 2019

Stacy Kranitz will present an installation of her series As it was Give(n) to Me at the 2019 Les Rencontre d"Arles Photography Festival. 

Kranitz and the gallery were one of 10 projects shortlisted and the only presentation from the United States.  

 

TOPIC's Federal Project Number 2 Series showcases Kirsten Stolle's work: Our Roots Run Deep

TOPIC's Federal Project Number 2 Series showcases Kirsten Stolle's work: Our Roots Run Deep

Kirsten Stolle has been one of several commissioned artists chosen to respond to work from the WPA / Depression-era as part of TOPIC's series, Federal Project Number 2. Stolle's direct influence for the project are the infamous killed neagtives of Roy Stryker, held within the archive of The Library of Congress. 

Asheville Art Museum acquires two large scale photographs by Jade Doskow.

Asheville Art Museum acquires two large scale photographs by Jade Doskow.

The Asheville Art Museum’s Collectors’ Circle recently selected twelve works to add to the museum’s collection at their 15th Annual Year-End Acquisition Dinner at Celine and Company On Broadway.

The Museum’s Collectors’ Circle supports the proactive development, stewardship, and conservation of the museum’s collection. Over the years, its members have purchased over 160 works of art in all media for enjoyment by the Asheville community and its many visitors. The museum thanks all members of the Collectors’ Circle past and present. This year’s choices consist of art from a diverse array of perspectives produced in a variety of media, further informing the Museum’s educational initiatives and collecting priorities.

The Museum acquired the following two works by Jade Doskow. Montreal 1967 World’s Fair, “Man and His World,” Buckminster Fuller’s Geodesic Dome with Solar Experimental House, 2012, archival pigment print on paper, edition 3/5, 40 × 50 inches. Museum purchase with funds provided by 2018 Collectors’ Circle Member Vito Lenoci and the Lenoci Family in honor of the Nat C. Myers Fund for Photography.

New York 1964 World’s Fair, “Peace Through Understanding,” New York State Pavilion (Fresh Paint), 2017, archival pigment print on paper, edition 1/5, 40 × 50 inches. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Nat C. Myers Fund for Photography.

Hannah Cole featured on "I like your Work Podcast" by Erika B Hess

Hannah Cole featured on "I like your Work Podcast" by Erika B Hess

Interview with painter and Tax expert for creative people, Hannah Cole.

Kirsten Stolle: Selective Memory opens at Winthrop University Galleries

Kirsten Stolle: Selective Memory opens at Winthrop University Galleries

January 7 - March 8, 2019

Selective Memory examines the influence of agribusiness and biotech companies on our food supply. Using appropriation, redaction and manipulation, Kirsten Stolle critiques the popular narrative and explores the complex relationship between economy and ecology. Mining source materials such as 20th century medical books, 19th century botanical lithographs, USDA promotional videos and archival photographs, Stolle’s work responds to corporate propaganda and challenges industry narratives.
Kirsten Stolle is a visual artist working in collage, drawing and mixed media. Her research-based practice is grounded in the investigation of corporate propaganda, food politics and biotechnology.

Kirsten Stolle's work featured in "Under Construction, Collage from the Mint Museum" in Charlotte

Kirsten Stolle's work featured in "Under Construction, Collage from the Mint Museum" in Charlotte

Drawing together nearly 100 works from the museum’s Modern & Contemporary Collection, Under Construction: Collage from The Mint Museum is the museum’s first exhibition to focus on this dynamic, engaging medium. This technique, in which materials from different sources are cut, torn, and layered to create new meanings and narratives, experienced a renaissance after World War II, due in large part to Charlotte native Romare Bearden, whose work plays a special role in this exhibition.

Bearden has long had a special place at The Mint Museum, which maintains a gallery dedicated to his work at Mint Museum Uptown. In this special exhibition, he and his work serve as a point of departure to explore the medium for which he is best known.

Under Construction explores not only classic collages including those by Bearden, but also the wide range of ways in which the technique has inspired artists and impacted other forms of art, from painting and printmaking to photography and assemblage. Featuring more than 30 international artists, Under Construction will explore the growth and impact of the collage technique from the 1950s to the present. It will include more than a dozen works by Bearden, as well as examples by such notable artists as Sam Gilliam, Robert Motherwell, Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Shepard Fairey, Howardena Pindell, Robert Rauschenberg, and James Rosenquist.

Visitors will be able to discover how eight inventive contemporary artists have continued to mine the medium recent years in a section titled “New Directions.” Although drawn primarily from the rich holdings of The Mint Museum, this exhibition will also include special loans from private collections.

The exhibition is organized by The Mint Museum. Media partners are The Charlotte Observer, Pride Magazine, and Peachy.

 

 

Kirsten Stolle's "Feed" featured on a Los Angeles billboard

Kirsten Stolle's "Feed" featured on a Los Angeles billboard

The Billboard Creative connects artists with mass audiences on the streets of LA, bringing art into the daily routines of hundreds of thousands of Angelenos

Andrew Moore in "New Southern Photography" at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Andrew Moore in "New Southern Photography" at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art

New Southern Photography highlights the exciting and diverse breadth of photography being practiced in the American South today. The largest photography exhibition at the Ogden Museum to date, this exhibition will feature the work of twenty-five emerging, mid-career and established photographers. 

Hannah Cole Solo Exhibition at the Turchin Center for Visual Art

Hannah Cole Solo Exhibition at the Turchin Center for Visual Art

July 6, 2018 - January 12, 2019

“I paint the daily surroundings that normally go unnoticed—a glimpse of the bookshelf, the manhole cover I walk over on my route to the grocery store, my pliers hanging on a pegboard.

My paintings are at once rooted in the unique experiences of my own life, and in conversation with the larger history of American painting. If you’re an art nerd like me, you may notice some cheeky nods to our painting forefathers; Agnes Martin, Franz Kline, Barnett Newman. I make every mark by hand, without shortcuts. This practice is one part meditation, one part Yankee work ethic.”

Rollins College acquires Dawn Roe photograph

Rollins College acquires Dawn Roe photograph

The Admissions department at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL has acquired a photograph for their offices by gallery artist Dawn Roe. Roe is currently the Associate Professor of Art and department Co-Chair. 

Roe teaches photography and digital imaging courses that align the practice and content of lens-based media. Her research focuses upon temporality, memory and perception in relation to the camera image. Roe's work is exhibited regularly throughout the U.S. and internationally.‚Äč

Kirsten Stolle included in "The End is Where We Start From.  On Tsunamis, Nuclear Explosions and other Fairy Tales" at Balzer Project, Basel, CH

Kirsten Stolle included in "The End is Where We Start From. On Tsunamis, Nuclear Explosions and other Fairy Tales" at Balzer Project, Basel, CH

June 6 - July 21, 2018

The exhibition The End is Where We Start From. On Tsunamis, Nuclear Explosions and other Fairy Tales brings together works of eight international visual artists whose work navigates on the intersection of art and long-term scientific research. While examining the relationship between nature, time and human intervention, and translating this in strong visual work, these artists generate new readings of our surroundings and possible perceived futures.

Kirsten Stolle included in Paper Cuts: Large Scale Collage at the City of Palo Alto Art Center

Kirsten Stolle included in Paper Cuts: Large Scale Collage at the City of Palo Alto Art Center

June 16 - August 26

Collage is one of the most accessible artistic mediums. Requiring nothing more than paper and glue, it is easily achievable by people of all ages and skill levels. Often relying on found imagery, collage circumvents the need to generate new content and is a refreshingly non-intimidating form of self-expression. However, its seeming simplicity belies an influential, potent, and rebellious underbelly.


The method and the word, collage, first became popular through the work of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Happy to upset the status quo, they began pasting paper from various sources onto their paintings. This seemingly small act marks what we now recognize as a pivotal moment in art history. It upset hundreds of years of Western painting tradition and influenced the shape of subsequent movements, such as Dada and Surrealism.


The artists in this exhibition are also breaking with tradition, rebuffing the commonly intimate scale of contemporary collage. The large scale of their work beautifully illustrates the power of the medium. The energizing, bold collages of Rina Banerjee, Manuel Ocampo, and Travis Somerville read as brave declarations. The kaleidoscopic work of Sanaz Mazinani mirrors the inescapable collage of digital media permeating our daily lives. Ben Venom’s iconographic quilts are a sassy blend of collage and punk rock. Ray Beldner and Anne Weber’s creatural forms literally bend the medium by bringing it into three dimensions. The delicacy and seamless detail of Lisa McCutcheon, Catie O’Leary, and Kirsten Stolle reflects their use of paper as a tool for mark making, becoming as much drawing as collage. And Efren Alvarez and Mary Anne Kluth both succeed in tickling the mind with their edible, pulsing colors palettes and playful materials.


The accessibility of collage, coupled with the rebellious spirit of these artists, make this exhibition an exceptional opportunity for you to see art, be inspired, and hopefully remember to indulge your own inner maker.

 

       
Dawn Roe featured in 2018 Rollins College Faculty Exhibition

Dawn Roe featured in 2018 Rollins College Faculty Exhibition

April 14 - May 13, 2018

The 2018 edition of the Rollins Faculty Exhibition showcases new or recent work by Rollins College faculty artists Joshua Almond, Rose Casterline, Dana Hargrove, Dawn Roe, and Rachel Simmons.

Colby Caldwell to Speak at The North and South Mills River Community Center

Colby Caldwell to Speak at The North and South Mills River Community Center

Sunday, February 25, 2018 3:00 pm

Acclaimed photographic artist and art professor Colby Caldwell will present a program on his career and work at the North and South Mills River Community Center, Sunday, February 25 at 3:00pm.  The program is free and open to the public.

McNair Evans Artist Talk at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC Greensboro

McNair Evans Artist Talk at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC Greensboro

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 6:00 pm

North Carolina native McNair Evans photographs the American cultural landscape, exploring themes of shared experience and identity as well as the forces of modernization and those individuals most impacted by these changes. His work presents personal, sometimes autobiographical, subject matter in unconventional narrative form and has been recognized for its literary character and metaphoric use of light. 

McNair Evans Artist Talk at ETSU

McNair Evans Artist Talk at ETSU

Friday, February 16th, 2018, 6:00pm at East Tennessee State University's Ball Hall Auditorium

Award-winning photographer, McNair Evans, will be speaking at Ball Hall Auditorium at East Tenessee State University in Johnson City. McNair will speak on his work which explores themes of shared experiences and identity by photographing the American cultural landscape amidst forces of modernizations. 

Kirsten Stolle included in 12 x 12 Exhibition at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art

Kirsten Stolle included in 12 x 12 Exhibition at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art

01/20/18

12 x 12 is an arts initiative sponsored by the Flow Foundation
12 x 12 artist salon series presents 12 artists from North Carolina, the 12th State held during 2016-2017. Each salon is a pop-up exhibition and conversation with the artist. 12 x 12 gives artists from across North Carolina a public platform for continued artistic development and recognition in the place where they live and work, and beyond. Through this exhibition, SECCA seeks to give national exposure and recognition to artists in the region, as SECCA has done historically with the annual awards for the selected Southeast Seven contemporary artists and the Awards in the Visual Arts, recognizing national and international artists.
 
About SECCA
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, N.C. seeks to enhance perspectives, inspire community and ignite new ideas at the intersection of art and its visitors. SECCA is an affiliate of the North Carolina Museum of Art, a division of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources. SECCA receives operational funding from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. The James G. Hanes Memorial Fund and private donations provide additional funding.
 
About the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
The N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDNCR) is the state agency with a vision to be the leader in using the state’s cultural resources to build the social, cultural and economic future of North Carolina. Led by Secretary Susi H. Hamilton, NCDNCR’s mission is to enrich lives and communities by creating opportunities to experience excellence in the arts, history and libraries in North Carolina that will spark creativity, stimulate learning, preserve the state’s history and promote the creative economy. NCDNCR was the first state organization in the nation to include all agencies for arts and culture under one umbrella.
Kirsten Stolle on Blue Ridge Public Radio

Kirsten Stolle on Blue Ridge Public Radio

Blue Ridge Public Radio, December 2017

Kirsten Stolle has unwavered through an art career devoted to one concern: The incursion of chemical companies into our food. Stolle merges collage, wordplay and appropriated photos in an exhibition showing through late January at the Tracey Morgan Gallery in downtown Asheville

Asheville Art Museum Acquires Ken Abbott Photograph

Asheville Art Museum Acquires Ken Abbott Photograph

Collectors' Circle Selects Ken Abbott

The Asheville Art Museum has acquired Ken Abbott's work Silver Water Pitcher, from the series Useful Work, for their permanent collection. Each year the museum's Collectors' Circle selects works to add to the museum collection, and we are honored to be included in this year's acquisition.

KIrsten Stolle included in Evidentiary Realism show at Nome Gallery, Berlin

KIrsten Stolle included in Evidentiary Realism show at Nome Gallery, Berlin

Artists:
Sadie Barnette, Josh Begley, James Bridle, Ingrid Burrington, Harun Farocki, Navine G. Khan-Dossos, Hans Haacke, Jenny Holzer, Khaled Hafez, Mark Lombardi, Kirsten Stolle, Thomas Keenan & Eyal Weizman
Curated by Paolo Cirio

Evidentiary Realism features artists engaged in investigative, forensic, and documentary art.

The exhibition aims to articulate a particular form of realism in art that portrays and reveals evidence from complex social systems. The artworks featured explore the notion of evidence and its modes of representation.

Evidentiary Realism reflects on post-9/11 geopolitics, increasing economic inequalities, the erosion of civil rights, and environmental disasters. It builds on the renewed appreciation of the exposure of truth in the context of the cases of WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden, the Panama Papers, and the recent efforts to contend with the post-factual era.

General Gallery News

General Gallery News

Photograph Magazine

December 2016

In profile of Tracey Morgan and Tracey Morgan Gallery.

Representing Place

Representing Place

Juxtapoz Magazine

February 8, 2017

Web feature on "Representing Place."