The contradictions of the hardness of the right: camouflage and war games
New gallery weaves its vision in Westwood The owners of the new Basketshop Gallery pledge to keep conversation and hospitality flowing in a working-class neighborhood not accustomed to alternative art practices. Kathy Schwartz, City Beat || Aug 2, 2017 11 AM [link] The new Basketshop Gallery in Westwood found the perfect icebreaker for its opening:… Continue reading Press ~ New gallery weaves its vision in Westwood
Dallas Biennial 2014 Saturday, 04/12 (4-8PM) 500 Singleton (warehouse), Dallas Curated by Michael Mazurek and Jesse Morgan Barnett. Artists: Alterazioni Video – Conrad Atkinson – Nino Baumgartner – Bradly Brown – Jeff Gibbons – Matthew Girson – Geraldine Gliubislavich – Hannah Hudson – Shaun Leonardo – Darryl Lauster – Karin Lehmann – Lou Mallozzi – Kristin Mariani – Francisco Moreno – Margaret Meehan – Miklos Onucsan – Lana Paninchul – Bonny Poon… Continue reading Exhibition ~ DB14
February 22- March 29, 2014 Mute A Regional Quarterly @ Circuit 12, Dallas Reception: Feb. 22, 2014 Jesse Morgan Barnett, John Frost, Michael Mazurek, Colby Parsons, and Lucia Simek _ Curated by Ryder Richards
Culture Laboratory Collective: An Investigation of Extra-Terrestrial Issues for the Uninitiated curated by Ryder Richards Friday, May 3, 2013 The Cube, Roswell, New Mexico Concerned with the cultural impact of the ‘other’ upon a specific community the Culture Laboratory investigates the occurrence of U.F.O. and Extra-Terrestrial life related to Roswell, New Mexico. [link] Seeing as the government offered multiple stories over… Continue reading An Investigation of Extra-Terrestrial Issues for the Uninitiated
Ryder Richards: Breech (solo exhibition/installation) March 17-April 30 Seedspace, Nashville, TN Selected as the critic’s pick for the Nashville Scene: “Ryder Richards’ Breech: a compelling installation that anthropomorphizes the architecture of the gallery while taking aesthetic cues from the patterning on the decorative breech of a Winchester rifle.” ~ Joe Nolan Installation images and artist-in-residence interviews available.