Elisabeth Condon

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Wraparound 17, ARENA @ Suite 806

Luisa Caldwell, Elisabeth Condon, and Doug Morris
Curated by
Renée Riccardo
ARENA at Suite 806, 89 Fifth Ave., New York

Opening Reception Saturday, February 23, 2019, from 2 to 5 PM
By appointment thereafter through June 15, 2019

 

527 Madison

Lobby Gallery
527 Madison Avenue (54th at Madison), New York, NY
January 25 - May 15, 2019
Reception: Wednesday, January 30th, 5 to 7 PM


 

Art Spiel Interview: Responding to Contingency

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.
 

Incise, Echo & Repeat

January 25 – March 2, 2019, Opening Reception: January 25, 2019 6-8 pm
ABRAZO INTERNO GALLERY at The Clemente
107 Suffolk Street, 2nd , NY NY 10002
Open daily 3:30-700 pm except major holidays


The Clemente, as part of its arts professionals-juried exhibition series, is pleased to present Incise, Echo and Repeat, a show about fracturing in current painting curated by Kylie Heidenheimer and Camilla Fallon.

Is fracturing a zeitgeist in contemporary painting? Fracturing and fragmenting exist in various forms and serve different purposes. There is order and disorder in nature: fracturing can be arbitrary, as in an earthquake, or ordered, as in the breaks of a crystal or schist with the same or similar patterning. Geometry plays a role in both painting and nature. Fractured space in the former is one manifestation and can be architectural, ordered, chaotic, explosive or finally, fragmented.

David Cohen will moderate a gallery panel discussion Saturday, February 16, at 3 PM in the gallery.

2018 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant Program Recipient

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.