I’ve got a new, large drawing (48” x 102”) with Steven Zevitas Gallery at Miami Project - today through Sunday, December 8th. NE 29th Street and NE 1st Avenue, booth #409
There are a few things happening this weekend if you are so inclined:
I’ve got a few pieces at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, part of a show organized by Danish artist group Telefon Til Chefen (TTC) opening this Saturday, November 16th. They will also be celebrating the release of their new book VAR FORBI, which documents the gallery they ran from 2006 - 2012.
LOST AND FOUND opens Friday, November 15th at Plug Projects in Kansas City. A few artists’ books / ‘zines of mine are included.
Two larger drawings I made over the summer are in a group show at Galeria Impakto in Lima Peru, now through January 11th.
And finally the Bemis Center is hosting open studios for their current residents this Saturday from 1-4pm here in Omaha. All are welcome.
Last minute notice:
I’m giving a quick talk tonight (Thursday, November 7th) at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.
7:00pm at 12th and Leavenworth Streets here in Omaha.
The West Collection is showing some new works at Texas Contemporary, today through Sunday at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.
Acrylic, Spray Paint and Gouache on Paper (3-Color Offset Lithograph Printers Proof)
Saying there’s no need for it and plenty of need for other transportation projects, the state’s largest transit advocacy group on Tuesday attacked a proposal from Governor Chafee to rehabilitate and find a use for the East Side rail tunnel.
The Rhode Island Coalition for Transportation Choices said it opposes spending public money on the tunnel. A spokesman for the governor, however, said he’s just looking for creative uses for the tunnel.
“There is a well-documented and dire need for investing in our deteriorating and severely underfunded existing road and bridge network and to stabilize and enhance the state’s mass transit system,” the CTC said in a statement. “Conversely, there has been no established need whatsoever for reactivating the East Side Rail Tunnel.”
More from Bruce Landis in the ProJo. Photo by Andrew Dickerman.
For those interested in the East Side Railroad Tunnel there are two volumes of UNDERNEATH PROVIDENCE available here.