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Kevin Sudeith's Works On View in MWG Project Space

April 1, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

"The scope of my artwork revolves around two distinct concepts--permanence and documentation.  After making my first large petroglyph frieze in a hidden corner of New York City, I set out on a three year odyssey.  A social practice evolved as I travelled to different communities and carved images of their stories on local rock outcroppings. [...] Each of my rock carvings is the nucleus for a matrix of a more complete work of art, and the spatial relationship between the rock and the viewer constitutes the overarching form of each of my works of art.  A unique print, more so an impression, of the rock captures both the imagery and the sculptural depth of my carving, and is one of many points of access to viewers that are not present on site. My body of work develops with the addition of each new rock carving and becomes a more complete portrait of our world and time." - Kevin Sudeith

Water Towers by Tom Fruin

March 22, 2016 - OPUMO Magazine

"Born in Los Angeles, California, Tom Fruin draws inspiration from the iconic Funk Art of the 1960s to create new explorations into the relationship with colour, light and geometry. His eclectic work also responds to the formalities of minimalism to move towards intricate, colourful sculptures that represent the ‘forgotten’ elements of both social and artistic realms."

Michael Zelehoski's 'Open House' Unveiled at Centre Pompidou

March 15, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Michael Zelehoski's 40 ft piece 'Open House' was acquired last year by Centre Pompidou in Paris.  Now, on March 23rd of this year the piece will be unveiled at the museum as part of their exhibition, Cher(e)s Ami(e)s: Hommage aux donateurs des collections contemporaines.

Koen Delaere exhibition at Rod Barton in Brussels

March 10, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Koen Delaere's exhibition Wipe That Simile Off Your Aphasia will be on view at Rod Barton Gallery in Brussels through April 16, 2016.  

Koen Delaere exhibition at Halsey McKay Gallery

March 8, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Koen Delaere's two person exhibition A Hyena Is A Striped Dog That Thought He Was A Horse at Halsey McKay Gallery will be on view from March 12 - April 3, 2016.

Stefanie Gutheil included in New Acquisitions exhibition at ASU Art Museum

March 4, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Stefanie Gutheil's piece Party Downstairs was recently acquired by the Arizona State University Art Museum.  The work is included in the museum's current exhibition Blow Up: New Acquisitions at the ASU Art Museum, which is on view through August 20, 2016.

5 Exhibitions You Don't Want To Miss in New York City

February 26, 2016 - Meg Busacca, Fashion Times

"Objects and Everyday Goods is a group exhibition featuring the masterpieces of Michael Brown, Tom Fruin, Cameron Gray, Liao Yibai, Michael Zelehoski and Adam Parker Smith. The installation explores the conceptual and physical relationship of various art objects." 

Work by Tom Fruin Commissioned for The Jackson's Lobby

February 23, 2016 - Sarah Cascone, Artnet News

The Jackson's developers (Charney Construction and Development, Ascent Development, and Tavros Capital Partners) are also looking to acknowledge the neighborhood's artistic bent with a glass mural by Tom Fruin, of Brooklyn's stained glass water towers.

Objects and Everyday Goods at Mike Weiss Gallery

February 12, 2016 - Gail Worley, The Worleygig

"One of our favorite Chelsea venues, the Mike Weiss Gallery, is currently hosting a group show called Objects and Everyday Goods, which features new works by artists that we were first introduced to at Mike Weiss — such as Cameron Gray and Tom Fruin — both of whom make art that is just insane, as well as some new favorites and a few artists we’ve not seen before. It’s fun to discover new art at Mike Weiss Gallery! Let’s take a peak at this eclectic show!"

Mr. Peeps, Home at Mike Weiss Gallery

February 6, 2016 - Stephanie Buhmann, Downtown Express

"Her saturated compositions frequently embrace otherworldly landscapes that are populated with a colorful array of fable creatures. Stylistically, these paintings can border on the bizarre, perhaps sourcing from German Expressionism as much as children’s book illustrations."

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