Joan Linder & Charley Friedman at Mixed Greens
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Artists Joan Linder and Charley Friedman drew and performed in conjunction last Saturday, May 11th at Mixed Greens. Joan continued her practice of hand-drawing copies of her press release and press materials, while Charley Friedman copied her actions...down to the clothing she chose to wear that day.
Stay Tuned for future performances!
This Weekend: at Mixed Greens
Friday, May 03, 2013
JOAN LINDER will be IN!
Visit Mixed Greens tomorrow, Saturday May 4th, and you're likely to see Joan Linder as she draws/performs in conjunction with artist Charley Friedman.
It will also be the New Yorker's PASSPORT TO THE ARTS Day!
Stop by and check out Joan's very large accordion-book-drawing entitled Counter, sink. , on view through May 24th!
Hope to see you this Saturday. We'll be open 11am-6pm.
TAGS: event / exhibition / linder
Lot's to read about Joan Linder's "Sink"!
Thursday, May 02, 2013Incredibly playful and insightful analysis of Joan Linder's "Sink" over at Submitforriff.
ArtSlant's Charlie Schultz also ruminates on Linder's sink, full of dishes...
"Sink" is listed as a recommended Top Exhibition in this month's Whitewall, and on MutualArt.com
TAGS: exhibitions / linder
Glimpse at the opening of both "SINK" and PARIS-SCOPE
Monday, April 29, 2013
Be sure to keep watching through the "credits" of Joan Linder's "SINK" show to see a glimpse of Sookoon Ang's Paris-Scope project in action.
TAGS: linder / openings / parisscope
Joan Linder's "SINK" opens next Thursday, April 25th @ Mixed Greens
Friday, April 19, 2013
April 25 - May 24, 2013
Opening: Thursday April 25th, 6-8pm @ MIXED GREENS
TAGS: linder / openings
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Heather and I took the the tiniest commuter plane (scary!) up to Buffalo last weekend. First stop on our adventure was Joan Linder's studio!
Joan is currently in preparation mode for her upcoming solo exhibition at Mixed Greens, opening April 25, 2013.
Next stop on our tour was Hallwalls, Buffalo's prized cultural institution, to check out the opening for the group exhibition Vascular Modes (on view through March 1, 2013).
This was followed by a rather foggy visit to The Pink (above).
The next day included a visit to Dennis Maher's Fargo House. If you're in the Buffalo area, be sure to check out Maher's upcoming exhibition at the Albright-Knox: House of Collective Repair, will be on view from January 26, through May 12, 2013.
And below you'll see some shots from the last studio visit of the day--Kyle Butler:
Check out some of Kyle's work here.
Hit "READ MORE" below to see the extras from our Buffalo visit.
TAGS: linder / studios
Thursday, October 04, 2012
Steven & Monica are finishing up the last details for our installation/room at the (e)merge Art Fair, opening tomorrow. Mixed Greens is presenting work by Conor Backman! Be sure to check it out. Visitor info can be found here.
Also, click here to read about Joan Linder's participation in the Neo Rio Questa artist residency. We're looking forward to seeing the book she created.
TAGS: artfair / installations / linder
Linder "Weeds" in the Subway
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Next time you're on the D train, you might come across some of these lovelies (pictures above). Joan Linder's intricately oversized drawings of weeds are now gracing the 71st Street subway stop as part of the Arts for Transit project. Linder's The Flora of Bensonhurst is permanently installed along the platform.
TAGS: installation / linder
Spotted on the subway
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Just announced yesterday (and ALREADY SPOTTED!) is the return of Poetry In Motion on the NYC subways. And the background image is a detail of Joan Linder's Green Weed (71st Street D Line MTA) left and right, 2011! Yay Joan! You'll be seeing it everywhere soon.
From the MTA's website: "Since 1992, when it first displayed an excerpt from Whitman's "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry," MTA's Poetry in Motion program has brought more than 200 poems or excerpts before the eyes of millions of subway riders and rail commuters, offering each a moment of timelessness in the busy day."
"I am the bunny. You are the bunny."
Friday, March 09, 2012Read Tom Clyde's first submission (the beginning of his new blog project) where he muses over Joan Linder's ink on paper drawing from her Rabbit series, 2004-2007.
Functional Shift--opens tonight!
Thursday, September 08, 2011
detail from Stacy Fisher's Pink and Gold Wall Sculpture, 2011
In addition to Alessandra Expòsito's Once-Blooming and Button-Eyed opening tonight, we are also celebrating the opening of Functional Shift, featuring work by Kim Faler, Stacy Fisher, and Joan Linder. All three artists in this exhibition use familiar, functional objects to recalibrate the viewer's expectations of the materials and forms that populate our existence.
September 8 - October 8
opening: Tonight September 8, 6-8pm
detail from Joan Linder's Where Death Delights in Helping the Living, 2010
detail from Kim Faler's Saudade, 2011
detail from Kim Faler's Untitled (Endgame), 2011
TAGS: exhibition / linder
Tuesday, May 10, 2011The Festival of Ideas has a guided cell phone tour of the After Hours: Murals on the Bowery portion of the exhibition. Read here for phone #.
More terrible news from China regarding Ai Weiwei and, now, Cao Fei. Read here for news on Anish Kapoor's idea for protest.
The Buffalo News has a nice shout out for Joan Linder. Her work is currently on view as part of the group exhibition Figuration and its Disconnects at University of Buffalo through May 14th.
TAGS: linder / news
Joan Linder: Art in America (and other NEWS)!
Thursday, December 09, 2010
Joan Linder's massive drawing, "Where Death Delights in Helping the Living," 2010 is currently on view in Beyond/In Western New York at the Albright-Knox. It will be on view through January 16, 2011. You can read the Art in America review here.
IN OTHER READING:
Donn Zaretsky, on why deaccessioning doesn't need to be such a "slippery slope". (Deaccessioning is such a swear word these days!)
Jerry's Top 10 art exhibitions of the year.
High Line Part 2. We are anxiously awaiting the opening! (and Julianne Swartz's sound piece!)
TAGS: linder / swartz
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