Circa Modern, Chicago, IL
A Conspiracy of Accidents
Popps Packing, Detroit, MI
O’Conner Gallery, Dominican University, River Forest, IL
Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft
Past, Present and Future
Three limited edition 4-color lithographs
Printed by Keystone Editions, Berlin
Aspect/Ratio, Chicago, IL
Hover, Vibrate, Swell, Reverse
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles, CA
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles is proud to present Hover, Vibrate, Swell, Reverse - a group show of works by artists from Chicago and Los Angeles that investigate relationships between color, form, ambiguity and movement in contemporary painting practices. The exhibition is guest curated by Claudine Isé, director of Goldfinch Projects, Chicago, and includes works by Lecia Dole-Recio, Anna Kunz, Yunhee Min, Josue Pellot, and Michelle Wasson.
Brand Library Art Center
January 21 - March 11, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 21st, 6-9pm
The exhibition, titled The Collectivists, marks a moment in time in which a vast number of artists are joining together to take greater control of their means of production and presentation. By prioritizing the group over the individual, self promotion and publicity function as collective forms of power. This current surge of standout artist-run spaces has become a democratic movement; and en masse, artist collectives are challenging the established hierarchy of how the gallery system and commerce function in the art world. The influence of the group, uplifts the individuals involved and ultimately offers new pathways for the success of both.
Organized by Kara W.Tomé
Penn State, Woskob Family Gallery
State College, PA
November 16 - December 23, 2016
OPEN RANGE presents a collection of work from all four Tiger Strikes Asteroid locations by Holly Cahill, Vincent Como, Jackie Hoving, Esau Mcghee, Brian Porray, Kayla Romberger, Jonathan Ryan and Ricky Yanas.
Artworks address the scope of associations the word 'landscape' evokes: An art historial genre, a verb, a term used to describe natural environments, geographic constructions and cultural climates.
Curated by Carl Baratta, Rachael Gorchov and Michelle Wasson
New American Paintings, No. 125, Midwest Issue
Juried by Steven L. Bridges
Available August/September 2016
Red, Yellow, Blue
May 7 – May 29, 2016
Terrain Exhibitions, Oak Park IL
Reception on Saturday, May 7, 2-5pm
Sabina Ott: Who Cares For The Sky?
Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL
Thrilled to be included in this exploratory installation inspired by the mountain described in Gertrude Stein's book "The World Is Round".
Provisional HAVEN, Curated by Anna Novakov
REFUSALON, San Francisco, CA
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 19th
Provisional Haven brings together eight international artists whose work touches upon the pleasure garden as a physical, psychosocial and temporary space. Throughout history, the pleasure garden has morphed and taken on the form of a masquerade, tea garden, menagerie, amusement park, playground, carnival or sideshow. It also functions as an imaginary landscape or a public space to play out personal fantasies.
by Anna Novakov
Provisional Haven, contributes to the timely dialogue about technology, the environment and alternative art spaces. Provisional references the current moment and temporary, fleeting sites. Haven suggests that art is a timeless sanctuary and refuge for both artists and viewers. The eight international artists in the exhibition all engage with temporary, momentary spaces and art as a haven for the unbound imagination.
Including new work by Bijan Yashar, Yin-Ju Chen, Sabina Ott, Jennifer Locke, Ana Teresa Fernandez, Felipe Dulzaides, Michelle Wasson and Ron Hutt.
by Sabina Ott
Printed on the occasion of the exhibition Ornament at the Riverside Art Center, Riverside, IL. Catalog essay and curation by Anne Harris. Artists included: Phyllis Bramson, Susanne Duramus, Matthew Girson, Michelle Grabner, Dan Gunn, Anna Kunz, Joe Jeffers and Michelle Wasson.
Frequently the Woods are Pink
by Sabina Ott and Michelle Wasson
Catalog printed on the occasion of the two person exhibition with Sabina Ott at What It Is, Oak Park, IL. Includes essays by Dana Degiulio and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung.