RAUM SCHROTH, Stiftung Konzeptual Kunst,
Museum Wilhelm Morgner, Soest, Germany
Tim Allen (GB) ǀ Stefan Annerel (BE) ǀ Steven Baris (US) ǀ Dominic Beattie (GB) ǀ Nelleke Beltjens (NL) ǀ Wolfgang Berndt (DE) ǀ Andrew Bick (GB) ǀ Alain Biltereyst (BE) ǀ Britta Bogers (DE) ǀ Beti Bricelj (SL) ǀ Brice Brown (US) ǀ Dan Devening (US) ǀ Ursula-Lisa Deventer (DE) ǀ Edgar Diehl (DE) ǀ Mark Francis (GB) ǀ Luc Hoekx (BE) ǀ Vanessa Jackson (GB) ǀ Michael Jäger (DE) ǀ Jason Karolak (US) ǀ Imi Knoebel (DE) ǀ Gerda Kruimer (NL) ǀ Antoine Langenieux-Villard (FR) ǀ Rudy Lanjouw (NL) ǀ Annekatrin Lemke (DE) ǀ Jai Llewellyn (GB) ǀ Peter Lowe (GB) ǀ Jonas Maas (DE) ǀ Dóra Maurer (HU) ǀ Patrick Mifsud (GB) ǀ Burghard Müller-Dannhausen (DE) ǀ Laurence Noga (GB) ǀ Paul Pagk (GB/US) ǀ Nina Pops (RS) ǀ Marlon Red (RO) ǀ Tim Renshaw (GB) ǀ Ivo Ringe (DE) ǀ James Ryan (GB) ǀ Julio Rondo (ES) ǀ Suzan Shutan (US) ǀ Sonita Singwi (US) ǀ Sandi Slone (US) ǀ Gary Stephan (US) ǀ Lorraine Tady (US) ǀ Dannielle Tegeder (US) ǀ Isabella Til (DE) ǀ Don Voisine (US) ǀ Thomas Weil (DE) ǀ András Wolsky (HU) ǀ Miro Zahra (DE)
Curated by: Cologne based artist Ivo Ringe and Soest based art historian Juliane Rogge
Traveling to: Schloss Plüschow - the Mecklenburgische Künstlerhaus, Plüschow, DE, in Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, Penzance/Cornwall, GB and in the Vasarely Museum, Budapest, HU. Further venues are in planning.
This exhibition focuses on a phenomenon currently taking place in studios of concrete art: the multi-layered composition of the picture plane.
At the same time and in the same place, different structures overlap, which interact and yet remain individually recognizable.
Through their interaction, self-contained autonomy and referential coexistence, the space between these pictorial layers becomes a statement in itself: here, unique depth and energy are generated and felt.
The exhibition – curated by Cologne based artist Ivo Ringe and Soest based art historian Juliane Rogge – shows the many independent approaches of about 50 artists of different generations and nationalities in addressing this timely theme.
**ARTICLE: The Saturation of Vectors:**INTERVIEW: "Sparklines" solo show with images:
RECENT "SPARKLINES" EXHIBITIONhttps://athenaeumreview.org/interview/lorraine-tady-sparklines/
**REVIEW: "SPARKLINES" solo show http://glasstire.com/2017/11/20/leslie-wilkes-and-lorraine-tady-at-barry-whistler-gallery/
HOPE MADE VISIBLE
DEC 4TH 2020 - JANUARY 1ST (EXTENDED), 2021
Lorraine Tady, Linnea Glatt, Terrell James, Terri Thornton, Liz Trosper, Jessica Sinks
Muscarelle Museum of Art, Williamsburg, VA,
Curated by Elizabeth Mead, Professor, College of William and Mary
Jaynie Crimmins, Sara Dochow, Diane Englander, Pamela Farrell, Karen Fitzgerald, Jo Volley
JAN 19 - MAR 15, 2019
Site 131, 131 Payne Street, Dallas, TX
Co-curated by painter John Pomara, transmedia artist Dean Terry, and SITE131 director Joan Davidow, the exhibition presented one large-scale digital painting by each of nine artists. The artists include Petra Cortright from California; Matthew Choberka from Utah; Chris Dorland from New York; and statewide artists Lucas Martell, John Pomara, Lorraine Tady, Dean Terry, Liz Trosper, and Zeke Williams.
"SPARKLINES: Paintings, Drawings and Prints" 2017 Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas
see reviews and interviews above at the start of this post
Awards: 1993 Dallas Museum of Art Kimbrough Award, 2010 New York Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Award, 2015 Otis and Velma Dozier Travel Grant (to Iceland) Dallas Museum of Art.1993 Kimbrough Award, Dallas Museum of Art
New American Paintings Juried-Exhibition-in-Print, Number 48 (2003); and Number 132 (2017), The Open Studios Press. Valerie Cassel Oliver (former) Senior Curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston selected me for the New American Paintings Issue 132 https://newamericanpaintings.com/issues/132
Upcoming Issue, curated by Suzanne Weaver.
CV/Full Resume: CLINK LINK, see bottom of page: UT Dallas Faculty, Visual Art