IAP Exhibitions Closing and Opening Soon

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Sunday, November 16, 2014 is the last day to see “Shen Chen: Recent Paintings”, Lauren Mabry’s solo exhibition, and “Made in China – The New Export Ware” group exhibition.

“Shen Chen: Recent Paintings” – After thirty years of practicing and creating art, Shen has become an artist with a profound influence in today’s art world, stirring “us to think and perceive aesthetically, to open new conduits of perception and thought in the act of painting and in the reasoned meditative pose necessary to appreciate truly significant abstract painting” (Robert C. Morgan) For more information click here.

Lauren Mabry’s Lauren Mabry makes painterly, abstract, ceramic art. She is a calculated risk taker with a keen attraction to color, movement, and material. The transformative properties of clay and glaze drive her ongoing compulsion to make, play, and experiment with surface.
Read more about Mabry’s “Cylindrical Paintings” on IAP Blog.

“Made in China – The New Export Ware” curated by Ferrin Contemporary’s Director Leslie Ferrin, is a group exhibition that surveys the movement of international ceramic artists that are re-contextualizing traditional Chinese porcelain production, export methods, and visual vocabulary independently or in collaboration with skilled Chinese artisans.
A selection of work from this exhibition will be on view at Miami Project, December 2-7, 2014.

For more information in current exhibitions at IAP click here.

TOP: Shen Chen: Recent Paintings installed at IAP. Courtesy of CYNTHIA-REEVES
LEFT: Made in China – The New Export Ware installed at IAP. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary
RIGHT: Lauren Mabry’s Cylinder, 2014. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary


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artKamp: indigo mass
Anne Morgan Spalter: Modern Renaissance

Opening reception and artists talk: November 22, 5-7 PM

Independent Art Projects is pleased to announce two new exhibitions opening on November 22, 2014: artKamp: indigo mass, a collaborative contemporary ceramic installation presented by Ferrin Contemporary, and Modern Renaissance, Anne Morgan Spalter’s recent photo-based art installations, presented by CYNTHIA-REEVES.

artKamp: indigo mass is an exhibition of selected works created during artKamp — a two-week international residency featuring eight artists working collaboratively to create a unified tablescape. artKamp artists include Ben Carter, Chase Gamblin, Alexandra Jelleberg, Frances Palmer, Bonnie Smith, Mara Superior, Vipoo Srivilasa, and Elenor Wilson.
For more information click here.
TOP: artKamp: indigo mass tablescape installed at Project Art. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary.
BOTTOM: Anne Morgan Spalter, Chandelier (detail), 2014. Photograph and Video. Courtesy of CYNTHIA-REEVES.

In Modern Renaissance, Spalter creates a unique spatial experience by integrating printed and moving imagery, using both traditional photography, as well as computational tools. Continuing her exploration of the modern and past landscape, Spalter combines aerial urbanscapes with video works based on Renaissance painting and cathedral imagery.
For more information click here.

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