After 36 exhibitions in 3 years, Meulensteen gallery departed its 10,000sqft Chelsea space in August 2012.
Enquiries of artists' new works and current exhibition schedules can be made through email.
Monday, August 13th, 6 to 8 PM
Meulensteen and Amani Olu are pleased to host The Art Book Club and guests in a conversation about MyWays (Ways Books) by Rita McBride in conjunction with the exhibition The Arrow that Quits the Bow.
The Art Book Club, comprised of ten New York artists, is hosting its August meeting at Meulensteen to discuss their current reading MyWays, edited by Rita McBride and David Gray. Pulling together numerous artists, writers, and cultural thinkers to contribute “chapters,” all of which are set in the visual art world, MyWays culminates as an accidental novel that subverts our traditional ideas of narrative and literary genre while satirizing the sacred institutions of art and industry. Following the discussion, guests are invited to create a publication through Pilot Press...
The Art Book Club is a group of artists based in New York City who convene regularly to host member studio visits and to discuss art related texts. The club includes artists Inna Babaeva, Gina Beavers, Stacy Fisher, Amanda Friedman, Elizabeth Hirsch, Fran Holstrom, Saira McLaren, Carolyn Salas, Emily Weiner, and Letha Wilson. http://artbookclub.wordpress.
Court Square is a Long Island City-based project space and curatorial collective devoted to supporting the production and exhibition of new work by emerging artists, writers, and curators. Dedicated to a pedagogic approach, the gallery invites young and unrepresented artists to create new work in the context of a group exhibitions. Court Square is run by Ceren Erdem, Jaime Schwartz, and Lisa Williams - all recent graduates of Columbia University’s MA program in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies. In affiliation with Columbia’s Department of Art History and Archaeology, Erdem, Schwartz and Williams are co-Founders and co-Editors of Interventions, an academic visual arts journal and curatorial platform featuring essays, interviews, web-based art projects, and experimental investigations of the implicit cross-sections between these practices. For more information, please visit ctsq.info and interventionsjournal.net.
Pilot press…is a collaborative feminist publishing house run by Jen Kennedy and Liz Linden. All publications are archived on the press’ website, www.contemporaryfeminism.com, which comprises part of an ongoing project dedicated to publicly exploring the question: what does "feminism" mean today? Recent pilot press… projects have included The Brooklyn Museum, Independent Curators International, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and Cleopatra’s in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Thursday July 26th, 5 to 8 PM
Third Annual Chelsea Art Walk to Take Place Thursday, July 26 Neighborhood’s Free Event Celebrates Summer Exhibitions with Gallery Receptions, Open Artist Studios and Performance Tours
NEW YORK – Showcasing the vibrancy of Chelsea’s summer art exhibitions, galleries and art spaces throughout the neighborhood will welcome visitors on Thursday evening, July 26, for the Third Annual Chelsea Art Walk. Galleries will be open until 8pm hosting artist talks, receptions and special events. Chelsea Art Walk is free and open to the public, with festivities taking place from 5-8pm.
New programming for 2012 will be open studios with artists in Chelsea, providing visitors with the rare opportunity to preview work in progress. In addition, Chelsea Art Walk has commissioned a performance by the vivacious Brooklyn-based collective Rudy’s Meritocracy, who will offer theatrical guided tours.
Chelsea Art Walk is a community-wide collaborative event organized to encourage new audiences for exciting group exhibitions and special projects only on view during the summer. Over the last two years, Chelsea Art Walk has attracted thousands of visitors for this one-night-only event, spanning venues from 19th to 29th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues
Chelsea Art Walk is sponsored by Izze, Jack from Brooklyn, Good Cents Bookkeeping, ArtToGift, M Magazine, The Double Seven and SD Fine Art Storage. Lead media sponsorship is provided by The New York Observer. A free venue map will be available at all locations.
For further information on exhibitions and events, visit www.artwalkchelsea.com and follow Cheslea Art Walk on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChelseaArtWalk and on Twitter @ChelseaArtWalk.
July 19th, 2012 6 to 8 PM
Court Square and pilot press... present an artists' book open call and publishing night, an event that welcomes those who want to share their feminist artist's books with new audiences, and those who want to learn more about the variety of such works being made today. Guests are invited to come together for an evening of discussion and publishing. The first twenty artists to RSVP will be able to present their artists' books to an audience of other artists, curators, writers, and pilot press... published authors.
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July 17th, 2012 6 to 8:30 PM
Meulensteen and Amani Olu are pleased to host excerpt hearts, a cover band-inspired evening of music and performance led by niv Acosta and Tess Dworman as part of Young Curators, New Ideas IV's ERRATUM.
For more images and content from Young Curators, New Ideas IV, please visit Gallerist.
June 28th, 2012
Beautiful Refuse: A Conversation with Larry Ossei-Mensah and Hugo McCloud
Thursday, June 28th 2012
6:30 to 7:30 PM
Meulensteen and Amani Olu are pleased to host a conversation between curator Larry Ossei-Mensah and artist Hugo McCloud on the subject of materiality in McCloud's large-scale paintings.
Friday April 20th, 2012
Scott Burton at the Fondazione Giuliani curated by Oscar Tuazon
with Scott Burton, Beau Dick, Peter Fend, Jackie Ferrara, Martino Gamper, Bruce Goff, Elias Hansen, Bea Schlingelhoff, Oscar Tuazon.
Thursday, May 24, 7PM
Join Dimitra Tsachrelia, project architect at Steven Holl Architects, for an exhibition walk-through and gallery talk presenting Steven Holl Architects: Forking Time, the unveiling of the firm’s new design for the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University. The exhibition, taking place in Meulensteen's project space, comprises more than 30 process models, a series of Holl’s exploratory watercolors, and a digital presentation to provide visitors with an in-depth view of the project’s design evolution.
ARTnews reviews Andrea Galvani's A Few Invisible Sculptures and Tim Hyde's, The Island: Prologue in their May issue.
April 16th, 2012, 6-8pm
Please join us Monday night
will present "A Vision of the Future City and the Artist's Role as Mediator"
at Havard University
March 24, 2012
As Is/So Is
A talk on poems and paintings by Ann Pibal and Rebecca Wolff
155 Freeman Street, Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, March 24
7 p.m., free admission
March 2–April 28, 2012
Quinn Latimer reviews Marjetica Potrč’s current show at Nicolas Krup, Basel.
The Italian artist explores the meaning of experience in his New York Meulensteen Gallery show.
March 9, 2012
Jessie Wender in conversation with Andrea Galvani
January 22 - April 22, 2012
The 2012 deCordova Biennial is a survey exhibition focused on emphasizing the quality and variety of work rather than any single or overarching theme. Highlighting artists from across New England, the exhibition displays a diverse range of approaches to media and content. The exhibition is co-curated by deCordova Curator, Dina Deitsch and Independent Curator and former owner/director of the Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston, MA, Abigail Ross Goodman. The 2012 deCordova Biennial features 23 artists and collaboratives and occupies almost the entirety of the Museum and beyond—reaching into the park, Boston, and nearby communities through several public, off-site projects.
The December issue of Flash Art featuring Alessandro Codagnone and John Lovett.
While the nature is expressed in endless nuances, the human mind prefers to simplify the world into well-defined categories. Even ourselves.
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