Sample(d)(r) reviewed on The Artblog
Maegan Arthurs reviews Astrid Bowlby's solo show, "Small-scale fantasy drawings at Gallery Joe"
Astrid Bowlby at The Kimmel Center
Astrid Bowlby's work is currently on view in Philadelphia at The Kimmel Center, SEI Innovation Studio, through the partnership of The Kimmel Center, the West Collection, and SEI.
Jill O'Bryan: A Billion Breaths
From September 23 - November 18, 2013, Jill O'Bryan will have a 10' x 40' billboard located on I-25 between Las Vegas and Santa Fe, just south of Exit 339 to Rt. 84. Of this piece Jill says, "I began a series of breath drawings in 2000, recording my own breaths to capture time. One billion breaths in the course of a lifetime."
Rob Matthews at Arkansas Art Center
Portraiture Now: Drawing on the Edge travels from the National Portrait Gallery to the Arkansas Art Center and runs from October 25, 2013 - February 9, 2014. The exhibition includes work by Mequitta Ahuja, Mary Borgman, Adam Chapman, Ben Durham, Till Freiwald, and Rob Matthews.
Allyson Strafella, studyline. reviewed on the artblog
Maegan Arthurs on artblog.org: Abstract and corporeal – Allyson Strafella’s studyline at Gallery Joe
Allyson Strafella, studline. to be discussed at PAFA Review Panel, October 16th, 6pm
Inspired by the popular series of New York-based public programs founded in 2004 at the National Academy Museum and moderated by David Cohen, The Review Panel Philadelphia will discuss four local exhibitions, which were chosen in advance by Cohen and his invited panelists, Tom Csaszar, Donald Kuspit and Edith Newhall. The panel will discuss: Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe, Jeff: Coffins and Cages, Jason Rhoades, Four Roads and Allyson Strafella: studyline.
Gallery Joe at Texas Contemporary Art Fair
Gallery Joe will be exhibiting at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair at the George R Brown Convention Center in Houston, October 10-13, 2013. Complementary VIP tickets are available through the link below.
Christine Hiebert museum acquisition
Christine Hiebert's drawing Untitled (sc.12.20) has been acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Line, Color, Form reviewed in The Inquirer
Edith Newhall reviews current summer group shows,including Line, Color, Form at Gallery Joe.
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Alyssa Greenberg reviews All Black on the artblog
Explorations of monochrome — All Black at Gallery Joe: The artists of All Black, currently on view at Gallery Joe, may not work in all black all the time, but their collective strength indicates a variety of approaches and experimentation with monochrome. Astrid Bowlby, N. Dash, Roland Flexner, Kristin Holder, Xylor Jane, Jill O’Bryan, Mark Sheinkman, Allyson Strafella, and Jorinde Voigt are the artists included in the show. The use of line isn’t as common a presence in the works as one might expect; rather, field, form, and texture are much more prominent across the board. There is a rich variety of techniques on display, ranging from those employing chance and instinct to those heavily reliant on meticulous calculation.
Mia Rosenthal at Wave Hill in The New York Times
"Using Nature to Depict Itself" by Susan Hodara in The New York Times
Astrid Bowlby at University of Southern Maine’s Gorham Art Gallery
Daniel Kany reviews Astrid Bowlby's drawing installation "Everything" in The Portland Press Herald.
Philadelphia Inquirer reviews Christine Hiebert
Edith Newhall reviews Space for the Mark: "Of all of the one-person shows I've seen at Gallery Joe, only a few have had the entire gallery to themselves, and, of those, an even smaller number have taken over its main room and vault space as effortlessly as Christine Hiebert's latest abstract drawings do."
Christine Hiebert reviewed on The Artblog
"Fluid and trembling marks in living, moving drawings – Christine Hiebert at Gallery Joe" by Adriana Rabinovitch.
Mia Rosethal at Wave Hill
Mia Rosenthal will be part of the exhibition 'Drawn to Nature' at Wave Hill in the Bronx. Opening reception and artist talks on Sunday, April 7, 2:00-4:30.
Christine Hiebert to be discussed at Review Panel Philadelphia, April 3, 2013
Inspired by the popular series of New York-based public programs founded in 2004 at the National Academy Museum and moderated by David Cohen, The Review Panel Philadelphia will discuss four local exhibitions, which were chosen in advance by Cohen and his invited panelists, Jennie Hirsh, Katherine Rochester, and Robert Storr. Jennie Hirsh, Katherine Rochester, and Robert Storr join moderator David Cohen to discuss the following art exhibitions: JG: A Film Project by Tacita Dean, Arcadia University Art Gallery Christine Hiebert, Gallery Joe Joyce Robins: Ceramic Painting/Painted Ceramic, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts White Petals Surround Your Yellow Heart, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
Christine Hiebert exhibition catalog
An exhibition catalog is available for Space for the Mark: New Drawings by Christine Hiebert. Bound copies available for purchase, PDF available for download from link below.