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May 25, 2016

Koen Delaere's 'Vaya' in Fashion Times' 5 Must See NY Art Exhibitions

May 21, 2016 - Meg Busacca, Fashion Times

"The Belgian artist developed his distinctive painting style by accident, a process involving acrylic being applied to a canvas along with oil paint, enamel and gouache to create its ridge-like surface." 

Tom Fruin's 'Fresh Produce' Opens May 28 at Paul Loya Gallery

May 18, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Tom Fruin's solo show "Fresh Produce" will open on May 28, 2016 at Paul Loya Gallery in Culver City, California.

Martin Wickström Solo Exhibition 'Thunder and Lighting' at Galerie Leger in Malmo, Sweden

May 14, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Martin Wickström is having a Solo Exhibition 'Thunder and Lighting' at Galerie Leger in Malmo, Sweden from May 14 - June 15, 2016.

Stefanie Gutheil to Participate in Art Performance 'Sweat Shop'

April 27, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

"The basic idea of SWEAT SHOP is to extrapolate the mutuality of art and money, while commenting on the means of capitalist production in a globalized world, and reflecting on the artistic traditions in the means and ends of production in the eastern and the western philosophy."

Stefanie Gutheil will participate by painting live in front of an audience. 'Sweat Shop', which will run from April 28 - May 1 in Berlin. 

Deborah Brown's Paintings Playfully Distilled from 18th Century European Portraiture

April 26, 2016 - Peter Malone, Hyperallergic

"Brown is taking part in what has been interpreted as a resurgence of abstraction, but is in fact a pair of popular mainstreams travelling side by side. The pure abstractionists keep to the relatively safe waters of inventive ebullience, while Brown and company brave the rapids of recognizable subject matter, while holding fast to the same improvisational attitude that marks abstraction’s timeless appeal." 

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Kevin Sudeith Making Art from Life

April 23, 2016 - by Alva Noë, NPR

"Sudeith doesn't just want to make a picture in the rock that will last the test of time. He aims, in a way, to document things that are of value for the community itself. These are not decorations, these are social interventions and documentations. The striped bass matters to the Nova Scotia fishermen whose boulders he worked."

Michael Brown's Mirrors Are Actually Hand-Cut Steel Sculptures

April 14, 2016 - Noémie Jennifer, VICE

"Brown started the series in 2006. A year later, several of the sculptures began making their way into exhibitions and art fairs, 'But I had never been able to show the works the way I had originally intended them to be seen, at the proper scale/size, as a whole body of work,' writes the artist in an email to The Creators Project. The current show at Mike Weiss was his opportunity to stage the works as he’d originally envisioned, and to revisit the decade-long series.'I do think it's important for a young artist to experiment and push their work, sometimes come back to an idea later in order to reach its greater potential,' he comments."

Liao Yibai to Speak at Western Michigan University's Gwen Frostic School of Art

April 14, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Liao Yibai will give an artist's talk at Western Michigan University's Gwen Frostic School of Art in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  The talk is scheduled for April 14 at 5:30 PM.

Tom Fruin Unveils a New Waterpower in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

April 9, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Tom Fruin's Watertower: Greenpoint (2016) was recently installed in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on the roof of the Greenpoint Beer and Ale Company.   The work is made of laser cut steel and plexiglass. The sculpture is 10 ft. in diameter and is 14 ft tall.  It rests on a 10 x 10 ft. base.

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