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Installation views, CUT FOLD REWRITE at FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery, Berlin. May 2 - June 14, 2014. Courtesy the artists and FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery.

Curated by Andreas Wiesner and Celina Basra.

JESSICA EATON

CHRISTIANE FESER

LAURIE KANG

KASIA KLIMPEL

MARLEEN SLEEUWITS

CARLY STEWARD

CLARE STRAND

LETHA WILSON

http://www.feldbuschwiesner.de/Neue_Dateien/02_exhibition/exhibitions_doku/cutfoldrewrite/cut_fold_rewrite_install.html

Wish I could have made it to Berlin for this group exhibit I participated in. Installs look great.

Ce soir / Tonight! Come visit my studio.
The Darling Foundry yearly Fundraiser Party and Open Studios. 
6-8 VIP Cocktail
8-Late Open to public
As part of the fundraising initiative I have donated a special edition of the above work. 

cfaal 344, 2013
16x20
Pigment Print
Ed. 20 + 2 AP
$950

20TH ANNIVERSARY OF QUARTIER ÉPHÉMÈRE
Save the date for our annual fundraising event!
On Wednesday May 21st 2014, we will celebrate the 20th anniversary for the establishment of Quartier Éphémère, a non-profit organization that administrates the Darling Foundry.
Soirée Porcelaine reflects the delicacy and the fragility of an organization that has withstood the test of time, thanks to the know-how and commitment of its team, artists and members. This celebration also marks the 20th anniversary of Quartier Éphémère, the pioneering organization uniquely situated in the heart of this community, which continues to forge a dynamic and unifying vision between you, our supporters and our audience.
On this occasion, we invite you to join us at the Darling Foundry to celebrate:
20 years of cutting-edge artistic exploration and cultural achievement;20 years of civic and community involvement, making culture a social priority;20 years of growth, thanks to your unwavering support that allows us to stand firm in the face of any unforeseen circumstances.
During the private cocktail from 6PM to 8PM, you will be able to meet the artists in residence, of which will have the pleasure to share the labor of their recent creative explorations. Moreover, you will have exclusivity to Dora Garcia’s and Christina Zurfluh’s exhibition before they are open to the public.
To complement the night, you will be enchanted by the baroque ensemble Boréades and the savourly appetizers designed specially by Claude Pelletier and Hubert Marsolais from the restaurant Le Serpent, Le Filet and Club Chasse et Pêche.
From 8PM, the doors will be opened to the general public and the grand party continues with DJ MAUS. You are welcomed to enjoy a drink at our Place Publique terrace amidst the garden artwork arranged by the artist Jean-Paul Ganem.
We thank you in advance for your commitment to culture and visual arts.
To reserve your ticketsTo volunteer for the event, please contact: ariane@fonderiedarling.org

Ce soir / Tonight! Come visit my studio.

The Darling Foundry yearly Fundraiser Party and Open Studios. 

6-8 VIP Cocktail

8-Late Open to public

As part of the fundraising initiative I have donated a special edition of the above work. 

cfaal 344, 2013

16x20

Pigment Print

Ed. 20 + 2 AP

$950

20TH ANNIVERSARY OF QUARTIER ÉPHÉMÈRE

Save the date for our annual fundraising event!

On Wednesday May 21st 2014, we will celebrate the 20th anniversary for the establishment of Quartier Éphémère, a non-profit organization that administrates the Darling Foundry.

Soirée Porcelaine reflects the delicacy and the fragility of an organization that has withstood the test of time, thanks to the know-how and commitment of its team, artists and members. This celebration also marks the 20th anniversary of Quartier Éphémère, the pioneering organization uniquely situated in the heart of this community, which continues to forge a dynamic and unifying vision between you, our supporters and our audience.

On this occasion, we invite you to join us at the Darling Foundry to celebrate:

20 years of cutting-edge artistic exploration and cultural achievement;
20 years of civic and community involvement, making culture a social priority;
20 years of growth, thanks to your unwavering support that allows us to stand firm in the face of any unforeseen circumstances.

During the private cocktail from 6PM to 8PM, you will be able to meet the artists in residence, of which will have the pleasure to share the labor of their recent creative explorations. Moreover, you will have exclusivity to Dora Garcia’s and Christina Zurfluh’s exhibition before they are open to the public.

To complement the night, you will be enchanted by the baroque ensemble Boréades and the savourly appetizers designed specially by Claude Pelletier and Hubert Marsolais from the restaurant Le SerpentLe Filet and Club Chasse et Pêche.

From 8PM, the doors will be opened to the general public and the grand party continues with DJ MAUS. You are welcomed to enjoy a drink at our Place Publique terrace amidst the garden artwork arranged by the artist Jean-Paul Ganem.

We thank you in advance for your commitment to culture and visual arts.

To reserve your tickets
To volunteer for the event, please contact: ariane@fonderiedarling.org

Out now!
Pleased to be included in the new re-designed issue of Foam Magazine Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography. To be followed by an exhibition of the same title at Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam in Sept. 2014.


On 9 May Foam “Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography” will be released. We present a selection of nine young visual artists for whom the creative process can be as much subject of an image as its final result. The photographic image as such and how we perceive it, is one of the most important focal points in their work. It seems like there are no specific rules, nor boundaries. At a certain point one might even ask if it’s still photography we are looking at. Featured photographers are Lucas Blalock, Jessica Eaton, Matthew Porter, Joshua Citarella, Matt Lipps, Sara VanDerBeek, Daniel Gordon, Kate Steciw, Owen Kydd. The publication hosts outstanding critical contributions from Charlotte Cotton, Joshua Chuang, Kelly Cannon, Lorenzo Durantini and Sara Krajevski, plus a special statement from Lucas Blalock.

Foam “Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography” anticipates a group exhibition that will be hosted in Foam Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam from September 2014.

Out now!

Pleased to be included in the new re-designed issue of Foam Magazine Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography. To be followed by an exhibition of the same title at Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam in Sept. 2014.

On 9 May Foam “Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography” will be released. We present a selection of nine young visual artists for whom the creative process can be as much subject of an image as its final result. The photographic image as such and how we perceive it, is one of the most important focal points in their work. It seems like there are no specific rules, nor boundaries. At a certain point one might even ask if it’s still photography we are looking at. Featured photographers are Lucas Blalock, Jessica Eaton, Matthew Porter, Joshua Citarella, Matt Lipps, Sara VanDerBeek, Daniel Gordon, Kate Steciw, Owen Kydd. The publication hosts outstanding critical contributions from Charlotte Cotton, Joshua Chuang, Kelly Cannon, Lorenzo Durantini and Sara Krajevski, plus a special statement from Lucas Blalock.

Foam “Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography” anticipates a group exhibition that will be hosted in Foam Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam from September 2014.

Image: Luce Meunier, Circuit #3, 2011, acrylic on folded raw cotton canvas, rabbit skin glue
Opening tonight!

Who’s Afraid of Purple, Orange and Green?
Krista Buecking, Arabella Campbell, Jessica Eaton, Marie Lannoo, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, Luce Meunier, Sarah Nasby, Sasha Pierce, Jennifer Rose Sciarrino, and Celia Perrin Sidarous
April 25 - June 20, 2014Curated by Jennifer Matotek, Director/CuratorJessica Eaton Artist Talk: Friday, April 25, 6:00 pm, RPL Film TheatreJennifer Marman and Daniel Borins Artist Talk: Wednesday, June 25, 6:00 pm, RPL Film TheatreOpening Reception: Friday, April 25, 7:00 pm, Central Gallery
The formalist aesthetics of the modernist movement of the 1960s - which influenced many Saskatchewan artists via the Emma Lake workshops - are being reconsidered by female Canadian artists at various stages of their careers; an interesting phenomenon given that women artists were historically largely excluded from the intellectual discourse at the birth of the movement. This group exhibition brings together new works by artists from across Canada who utilize formalist aesthetics in ways that take new conceptual, narrative and aesthetic turns.

Image: Luce Meunier, Circuit #3, 2011, acrylic on folded raw cotton canvas, rabbit skin glue

Opening tonight!

Who’s Afraid of Purple, Orange and Green?

Krista Buecking, Arabella Campbell, Jessica Eaton, Marie Lannoo, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, Luce Meunier, Sarah Nasby, Sasha Pierce, Jennifer Rose Sciarrino, and Celia Perrin Sidarous

April 25 - June 20, 2014
Curated by Jennifer Matotek, Director/Curator
Jessica Eaton Artist Talk: Friday, April 25, 6:00 pm, RPL Film Theatre
Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins Artist Talk: Wednesday, June 25, 6:00 pm, RPL Film Theatre
Opening Reception: Friday, April 25, 7:00 pm, Central Gallery

The formalist aesthetics of the modernist movement of the 1960s - which influenced many Saskatchewan artists via the Emma Lake workshops - are being reconsidered by female Canadian artists at various stages of their careers; an interesting phenomenon given that women artists were historically largely excluded from the intellectual discourse at the birth of the movement. This group exhibition brings together new works by artists from across Canada who utilize formalist aesthetics in ways that take new conceptual, narrative and aesthetic turns.

MF 03 TEST RGBUVF, 2014

MF 03 TEST RGBUVF, 2014

Opening tonight, NYC. Pleased to be part of the group exhibition Speaking Through Paint: Hans Hofmann’s Legacy Today.

List of Artists

Rita Ackermann

Stephen Antonakos

Kristen Baker

Cecily Brown

Jessica Eaton

Sam Falls

Katharina Grosse

Peter Halley

Mary Heilmann

Hans Hofmann

Marine Hugonnier

Owen Kydd

Sophy Naess

Elizabeth Neel

Jon Rafman

David Reed

Brie Ruais

Cordy Ryman

Erik Saxon

Arlene Shechet

Amy Sillman

Josh Smith

Artie Vierkant

Stanley Whitney

Helen Miranda Wilson

Betty Woodman

PRESS RELEASE

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Speaking Through Paint: Hans Hofmann’s Legacy Today will be on view from February 13 – March 15, 2014. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, February 13th from 6-8 pm. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:30 am to 6:00 pm. For additional information and/or visual materials, please contact Joseph Bunge at (212) 750-0949 or by email at joseph@loribooksteinfineart.com.

Lori Bookstein Fine Art 138 TENTH AVENUE NEW YORK NY 10011 Tel 212-750-0949 

thewalrusmagazine:

Photograph by Jessica Eaton (jessicaeaton.tumblr.com).
Read “The Cat” (July/August 2011) by Sarah Selecky at thewalrus.ca.

thewalrusmagazine:

Photograph by Jessica Eaton (jessicaeaton.tumblr.com).

Read “The Cat” (July/August 2011) by Sarah Selecky at thewalrus.ca.

Tomorrow, University of Ottawa. Lunch hour artist talk:

The Department of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa is pleased to present an artist-talk by Jessica Eaton  as part of the 2013-2014 Visiting Artist Program.
Wednesday, February 5th, from noon to 1pmDepartment of Visual Arts,100 Laurier Ave. East, room 219

Tomorrow, University of Ottawa. Lunch hour artist talk:

The Department of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa is pleased to present an artist-talk by Jessica Eaton  as part of the 2013-2014 Visiting Artist Program.

Wednesday, February 5th, from noon to 1pm
Department of Visual Arts,
100 Laurier Ave. East, room 219

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Shrimp Peels posting — Show Me What’s on My Mind (1/21/14)

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field-projects-gallery:

Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton has created more dazzling photographic works for her debut exhibition in the UK- Ad Infinitum Opening Jan. 23rd - Feb 8th, 2014 at The Hospital Club.  

The images are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube,

“The darkroom is a really visceral way of build a deeper understanding of the medium … and I have pushed the magic of it all into the very small darkroom I now have, the chamber inside my camera bellows.”

Friends in London be sure to check out the show! 

More of Eaton’s wonderful works here

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