News from March 2007

In 2007, Traywick Contemporary celebrates its 10th anniversary with a year-long celebration of exciting programs and projects. Here are a few, with many more to come:

Current Exhibitions

Benicia Gantner: "Recent Work"
The San Francisco based artist shows new vinyl collages including a new large-scale wall drawing.

Charles LaBelle: "BLDGS ENTERED 1997-2007"
We are proud to debut the drawings from this ongoing project that LaBelle began in 1997.

Both shows are currently on view at our Berkeley space through March 31. Hours are by appointment, Thursday - Saturday 10 - 4.


Upcoming Shows

Amy Kaufman: "Recent Work"
In her fourth solo exhibition Kaufman will show new paintings and works on paper. This show opens April 15 and continues through June 30 in our Berkeley space.

Wall Works 3
The third installment of our annual invitational exhibition will feature site-specific installations and projects that move beyond the plane of the wall. Among the artists included are: Amanda Haas, Karen Kimmel, Aurora Robson, Robert Ortbal and Megan Wilson.


Artist Updates

Linda Mieko Allen was recently awarded a Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome. Her solo show at Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York closed in January.

Johnna Arnold is showing new photographs in the current show at the Marin Headlands Center for the Arts, "Close Calls".

Amy Berk's solo project Recoverings, part of the Judah L. Magnes Museum's ongoing "Revisions" exhibition program, continues through May 7.

Dennis Begg showed new work in our recent exhibition "Paper," which explored non-traditional uses of paper in contemporary art.

Ken Fandell's work is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago as part of the current exhibition Defining Moments in Photography 1967 - 2007, featuring work from its impressive collection of conceptual photography. He recently received a grant from Artadia: the Fund for Art and Dialogue.

Benicia Gantner showed work in the exhibition "Microcosm" at the Richmond Art Center. She was also finalist for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's 2006 SECA Award. Her solo show of recent work at our Berkeley space continues through March 31, 2007.

Amy Kaufman's large scale charcoal drawing, Bedding, was recently acquired by the San Jose Museum of Art. She is showing new charcoal drawings as part of the exhibition Just Charcoal at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's Artist Gallery that continues through March 9. Her solo show of recent paintings and drawings will open in our Berkeley space April 15, 2007.

Amanda Haas is showing a survey of her sculptural work in a solo exhibition organized by the Oakland Museum as part of its ongoing off-site exhibition program. She recently joined the board of the Arts Council of Sonoma County.

Kelsey Nicholson's work was included in the exhibition "Geographic Premonitions" at the Richmond Art Center, celebrating its 70th anniversary.

Charles LaBelle recently completed a residency at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire. His solo show at the Anna Kustera Gallery in New York continues through March 3.

Susan Martin showed new work in our recent exhibition "Paper."

Dennis McLeod is currently at the Jentel Artist Residency program in Wyoming.

Several new works by Stas Orlovski were recently acquired by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco for their impressive collection of works on paper -- one of the largest in the United States -- at the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts.

 

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