Penthouse, 700 Brickell, Miami
MIAMI, FL- Eyes in the Canopy - Curated by Ibett Yanez del Castillo of Ground Control MIA
& Tyler Emerson Dorsch of Emerson-Dorsch Gallery, Miami.
Eyes in the Canopy presents a group of artists whose approach to environmental issues proposes a new conversation surrounding the intangible dilemma of climate change. Working across a diverse range of media, artists in the exhibition explore themes of landscape and the cultural intersection of aesthetics, architecture, and nature. Changes in urban planning, driven by economic growth, expansive populations, and city migration, have in recent years, aggressively removed nature from designs and urban planning.
The thought of a violent variation in our ecosystem due to climate change is real and yet is presented as myth, while we slowly begin to experience the effects brought on by global warming. Artists selected for Eyes in the Canopy explore the tangible immediacy of climate change as an effect of our urban planning, the lack of natural landscape in our designs, and how the absence of nature is conditioning social structures and behaviors on a global level. The exhibition explores such changes with artists asking these very questions.
We share the water, the sky, and the landscape. Artists in Eyes in the Canopy have expansive ideas of how we share the earth we live on. Their art provides unique insights on a contemporary approach to architectural environments — the works in the exhibition exemplify our struggle with a lack of nature in modern culture. These artists inform the myth of climate change while presenting the collective unconscious of a world that’s changing. Through their work, a universal fear of issues heard but not seen is showcased. The exhibition encourages communities to share ideas of natural resilience and bring forth unprecedented ideas for change.
The exhibition is organized on the occasion of Casa Cor 2019, a design fair in downtown Miami, located in the penthouse level of 700 Brickell Ave. The fair, curated by Lina Hargrett of The Empty Apartment, will open to the public on Dec 2nd, 2-8pm, and the presentation will be on view through Dec 21st (See the website for hours: http://www.casacormiami.com).
Artists in Exhibition & Participating Galleries:
Robert Chambers / Courtesy of the Artist and Emerson-Dorsch Gallery, Miami
Elisabeth Condon / Courtesy of the Artist and Emerson-Dorsch Gallery, Miami
Juan Gonzalez / Courtesy of the Artist and Ground Control MIA, Miami
Karen Rifas / Courtesy of the Artist and Emerson-Dorsch Gallery, Miami
Anastasia Samoylova / Courtesy of the Artist and Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Miami
Thank you our generous sponsors: Art Logic, Miami / The Lighting Company, Miami / Eco-Ceilings, Miami / Maxicon, Miami /
Curated by Teri Hackett
June 1 - September 2, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday June 1st, 2019, 5PM - 7PM
Panel Discussion: July 20, 2019, 3PM - 5PM
Sanctuary Viewing Hours: Saturday 3PM - 5PM Sundays 8AM - 2PM
or by appointment: 631-725-0128 or 978-835-2672
Christ Episcopal Church, 5 Hampton St. at East Union, Sag Harbor, NY
Graphicstudio was founded in 1968 as an experiment in art and education at the University of South Florida, Tampa. At Graphicstudio, research into art-making techniques works in tandem with new aesthetic expressions by leading and emerging artists. The constant push by collaborating artists and studio staff to create new possibilities for artistic practice is the backbone of the atelier, and the impetus that has kept it at the forefront of international fine art publishing.
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art. Screening of Michelle Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert’s film Women Painting Friday, March 8, 2019, 7:00 PM at Assembly Room, 191 Henry Street, New York (F, B, D, M trains)
Etty Yaniv interviews Elisabeth Condon for the online magazine Art Spiel, January 22, 2019. Artist Etty Yaniv founded Art Spiel as a platform for art reviews, artist interviews, and studio visits, welcoming a range of contributing writers.
Curated by Kylie Heidenheimer and Camilla Fallon
January 25 – March 2, 2019, Opening Reception: January 25, 2019 6-8 pmABRAZO INTERNO GALLERY at The Clemente
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd , NY NY 10002
Open daily 3:30-700 pm except major holidays
The Painters and Sculptors Grant Program was established in 1993 to acknowledge painters and sculptors creating work of exceptional quality through unrestricted career support. The first year of grants was awarded in 1994 and the Foundation has funded individual artists annually since that time.
The Foundation currently awards $25,000 to twenty-five artists through a nomination process. Nominators from across the country are invited to recommend artists, at any stage in their career, who are currently under-recognized for their creative achievements, and whose practice would significantly benefit from the grant. In an anonymous process, a jury panel then selects the twenty-five awardees. Nominators and jurors include prominent visual artists, curators, and art educators who are dedicated to supporting artists.
December 2, 2018 - January 15, 2019
Emerson Dorsch Gallery
5900 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
The gallery is transformed into a flexible space designed by an architect and artist. Always in flux, the exhibition is home to a group show; a reference library based on the essay Botox Ethics, by artist and theorist, Katherine Behar; and to the second gathering of Paradise Commons, a loose group of artists and writers; a curator, a dancer and a librarian.
Fri, Jun 15, 7-9pm
350 Moffat Street, Bushwick
A timer will start the countdown for the performance. Each artist will be programmed to begin and end at a time designated through chance operations within the 120-minute interval. At times a poet will be reading while a sound artist is performing. A dancer will enter, perform and depart. Sounds will overlap. There will be silence. Every aspect of the performance will be unrehearsed, live, spontaneous, and uninterrupted. Audiences can come and go as the event clock ticks out of time.
Ucross Gala Alumni Exhibition & Art Sale
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 6:30 PM
The Appel Room
Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall
Broadway at 60th St., New York, NY
Ucross's rural, majestic setting has served as inspiration to many artists. In conjunction with the New York Gala & Awards Dinner, 26 alumni artists have graciously donated art to celebrate and support Ucross. All of the artwork in this exhibition (Wide Skies: Ucross @ 35) is for sale to benefit Ucross's residency program, making it possible for Ucross to continue to offer uninterrupted time, studio space, accommodations, and the experience of the High Plains to future artists.
The art is open for viewing and sale now through the Gala & Awards Dinner. Check out the digital catalogue (below or attached here) and purchase a work of art (or two) before it's too late.
Artists featured in the exhibition include Bryon Kim, Pamela Talese, Sydney Pursel, Karen Kitchel, Joni Sternbach, Bill Gilbert, Martirene Alcantara, Olive Ayhens, Rhona Bitner, Elisabeth Condon, Julie Evans, Andrew Ginzel, Julie Gross, Darina Karpov, Patrick Kikut, Joan Linder, Nancy Manter, Eleanor Ray, Don Stinson, Ilene Sunshine, Amy Talluto, Austin Thomas, Josette Urso, Merrill Wagner-Ryman, Sarah Walker, Daniel Wiener, and Amanda Wojick.
Curated by Kim Power and Melanie Vote
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 24, 6pm – 8pm
Artist Panel Discussion: Wednesday, June 13, 6pm – 8pm
May 24 through July 27, 2018
Tuesday – Saturday, 12 noon – 6pm
Shirley Fiterman Art Center
81 Barclay Street
New York, NY 10007
March 15 - April 20, 2018
Reception: Thursday March 15, 5:00 to 7:00 PM
Art Center Sarasota
707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL
This year, the space will feature Elisabeth Condon, Sue Havens and Kristen Schiele. “It’s sort of anti-collaboration,” Skiles says. “They don’t know who the other artists are going to be. The goal is to bring something together that can harmonize, but not so much that one person loses their identity. It should be a bit of a mystery, something that is revealed even to the artists.”
-Thomas Becnel, HeraldTribune.com, March 11, 2018
Wednesday, March 7, 2 to 3 PM
Platform 4, The Gallery (2014 - ) by Wang Xin
Presented by de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong, Armory Show, Pier 94
Wallpaper Dragon presents a single 129.54cm x 1005.84cm roll of watercolor paper undulating over the walls across the floor and exterior space of The Gallery. The scroll-like paper, literally supported by the Gallery walls, spills over and beyond them. Color and ink flow and merge together, containing imagery of goddesses and warriors with patterns from Condon's mother’s fabrics and wallpapers that further complicate the surface and unfolding of time.
The theme of the installation is freedom to re-imagine decor as the intersection between nature and culture. For an hour the Gallery contains a synthetic landscape transgressing the natural boundaries of its physical space.
The installation expands upon earlier site-specific installations made after Condon returned from China in 2014. Since then, her mother's vintage wallpapers and fabrics inspire her to incorporate the décor in her childhood home as a formative artistic influence. As a child Condon experienced the repeated patterns as confining, a trap. Now, setting the patterns and images free in a river of free-floating associations redefines the improvisational techniques of scroll painting in dimensional space.
January 5 - February 18, 2018
A&H Museums Maitland
231 W Packwood Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751
Opening Reception: January 5, 2018 6 to 9 PM
Museum Hours: Thursday - Sunday 11 to 4 PM
To hear radio interview with Moderator Beth Perell, Curator Rangsook Yoon and Artist Elisabeth Condon, scroll down the linked page. The interview aired 1/14/18.
WCFB – Sunday – 6:00 a.m.
WPYO – Sunday – 5:30 a.m.
WMMO – Sunday – 7:00 a.m.
WDBO – Sunday – 12:30 a.m.
WWKA – Sunday – 6:30 a.m.
Artist Tour with Elisabeth Condon for second iteration of show:
January 17, 2018
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Made in Tampa
(Selections from the Permanent Collection, from the 1970s to Now)
November 2, 2017 - April 1, 2018
Skyway Audience Choice:
Elisabeth Condon and Bruce Marsh
December 1, 2017 - April 1, 2018
Tampa Museum of Art
120 Gasparilla Plaza
Tampa, FL 33602
September 17 - October 26, 2017
Monday, September 17, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
2017 Faculty Art Exhibition
Hewitt Gallery of Art
Marymount Manhattan College
221 East 71st Street, New York, NY
Cecile Chong, Elisabeth Condon, Nancy Friedemann, Brece Honeycutt, Amy Lincoln, Judith Linhares, Rebecca Saylor Sack, Chrysanne Stathacos, Jessica Weiss and Jimmy Wright. Curated / organized by Elisabeth Condon.
55 Bethune Street
New York, NY 10014
September 9 - 30, 2017
Gallery hours: Wednesdays - Sundays 1 to 6 PM
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 9, 2017 6 to 8 PM
Walk-through with artists: Saturday, September 9, 2017 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Christie's International Real Estate Online Magazine
Luxury Defined: Art and The Artist
Feature published May 19, 2017
Supported by the esteemed art auction house, Christie’s International Real Estate is a global network offering exclusive home and luxury real estate services to buyers and sellers worldwide. Working with affiliated brokerages, we bring the most desired homes to the world’s most discerning property buyers.
July 16 - August 27, 2017
West 249th Street and Independence Avenue (main entrance)
Bronx, NY 10471-2899
A counterpoint to Wave Hill's lush summer gardens, this exuberant exhibition features four artists who share an interest in patterns derived from cultural and botanical sources to create fantastic hybrid forms. Nancy Blum, Amy Cheng, Elisabeth Condon and Jill Parisi have each developed individualized techniques to create work that inspires a sense of awe and wonder.
July 12 - August 18, 2017
Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
Wednesday - Saturday 11 -6 / Sunday 12N - 6PM
Historic Orchard Street, on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, was once a literal orchard and garden belonging to James De Lancey during the Revolutionary War. By the mid 1800s the property was divided up, making way for immigrant housing, pushcarts and storefront businesses. Gardens on Orchard looks back at the origins of the street as a productive outdoor space and captures the streets’ history, energy and spirit.
Gardens on Orchard at Lesley Heller brings viewers back in time to Orchard Street as a garden space, presenting a group show of garden and outdoor themed works spanning painting, sculpture and photography.
May 18 - September 29, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 18, 2-5pm
Miami Dade College Kendall Gallery, M-123, 11011 S.W. 104th Street, Miami, FL
Curated by Michelle Weinberg and Sarah Michelle Rupert
Girls’ Club presents Women Painting: works from the collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz.
Inspired by Emile de Antonio’s era-defining 1972 documentary film “Painters Painting”, Women Painting is an exhibit, video documentary series and catalog that attest to the vibrancy and relevance of the practice of painting by women, from the 1970s to the present day.
CHRISTOPHER COLVILLE, ELISABETH CONDON, LYNN DUNHAM, NORMA MARKLEY, TOM MCGLYNN, KRISTEN MCGIVER, MAUREEN MCQUILLAN, RAY RAPP, ALYSE ROSNER, AARON ROTHMAN. CURATED BY CAROLANNA PARLATO
May 11 – Extended to July 28, 2017
Rick Wester Fine Arts
526 West 26th St. Suite 417, New York, NY
+1 (212) 255-5560
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 6:00 / Saturday 11:00 - 6:00
The concept centers on the tremulous effects in each artist’s work. The term tremolo refers to the vibrating effect produced on musical instruments when there is a rapid alternation of one or two musical tones. It can also refer to a nervous or involuntary quiver or trill in the human voice.
Reception: Saturday, April 22, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Otherwise Appointment Only
Sara Nightingale Gallery
26 Main Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
631 793 2256
A group exhibition of flower paintings and other media with floral motifs.
April 29, 2017
2:00 - 3:00 PM
Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132
305 375 3000
Join us for an unprecedented discussion about the role culture and arts can play with environmental issues. The talk will include Everglades National Park Superintendent Pedro Ramos, Everglades Foundation biologist Stephen Davis, UCLA anthropologist Jessica Cattelino, and AIRIE artists Adam Nadel and Elisabeth Condon, moderated by Deborah Mitchell. Introduction by journalist Bill Maxwell.
January 3 - March 26, 2017
Glyndor Gallery, Wave Hill
675 West 252nd Street
Bronx, NY 10471-2899
Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center in the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades. Its mission is to celebrate the artistry and legacy of its gardens and landscapes, to preserve its magnificent views, and to explore human connections to the natural world through programs in horticulture, education and the arts.
Each winter, Wave Hill uses Glyndor Gallery as studio spaces for artists in the Winter Workspace Program, now in its eighth year. Twelve artists will create new work and develop ongoing projects, using the exceptional gardens, woodland setting and plant collections as sources of inspiration. Representing a variety of artistic practices and mediums, each artist is in residence over one of two a six-week sessions.
There are a variety of opportunities for visitors to learn about the creative process behind each artist’s studio practice. Each of the two sessions includes culminating Open Studios, artist-led workshops for visitors to participate in hands-on art activities and Drop-In Sundays on February 26 and March 5, 12, 19, from 1–3PM.
Opening Reception / Grand Opening:
Friday, February 10, 2017 6 - 9 PM
EMERSON DORSCH | 5900 NW 2ND AVE | MIAMI, FL 33127
In her exhibition UNNATURAL LIFE, Elisabeth Condon’s luscious paintings layer vivid abstraction and decorative flowers and birds. These paintings seem at first to be pure pleasure, for they revel in color, paint and compositional complexity. Look longer and uneasiness blooms. The symbols depicted within the paintings bear heady and emotional references to feminism, environmental and national politics. Condon manages this with loaded symbols – bird and flower representations culled from decorative fabric patterns in her mother’s home – and by an extraordinary control over paint’s materiality and color and its emotional range. The symbol is a hook calling for a feminist reading of the history of decoration, especially in the United States, and a feminist critique of North American abstract expressionist painting by extension. Erica Ando writes in her essay about UNNATURAL LIFE: “Condon’s paintings permit birds, flowers and decoration to sit alongside expressions of angst and tensity, as well as beauty, as part of women’s, and human experience.”
The New York State University at Buffalo
School of Architecture and Planning
There has been a recent movement back to the countryside in China, as well as a reconnecting with the agricultural landscape for food and clean air, as intellectuals, artists and the elite are seeking retreat from the ills of the industrialized Chinese cities. What are the ways in which we can engage, through design, sustainable solutions and hybrid interventions into this landscape?
Exhibition Dates September 7 - October 16, 2016
Opening Reception Wednesday September 7, 6 - 8
Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002
Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 11 to 6