Follow the Artist | June Follow the happenings of our talented, globe-trotting artists.
It’s tough to keep up with all of the cool things our busy family of Twyla artists are up to each month, but we try our hardest. Here’s an ongoing list of some of the shows and exhibitions where you’ll be able to catch Twyla artists in June. Keep checking back as we get the scoop on upcoming things you need to see.
Artwork featured above: World Map with Gini Coefficients by Amy Pryor.
SEE // Travis Boyer solo show at Signal Gallery, Brooklyn.
Travis Boyer’s solo show “Ahora y Nunca” ("Now and Never") presents works by the Texas-born, Brooklyn-based artist inspired by a reimagined past and future, in which famed Tejano pop star Selena wasn’t murdered. The exhibition includes a set of hand-woven luxury equestrian blankets, a critique of the “occupational realist” aesthetic and product-driven economy. The exhibition also includes original paintings and sculpture, items and memorabilia from the artist's personal archive, and related art and objects recently uncovered from a San Antonio storage unit sealed since 1995 - the same year Selena was shot and killed.
June 8 - July 9, 2017
Location: Signal Gallery, Brooklyn
SEE // Stanley Casselman solo show at Gazelli Art House, London
Stanley’s first solo show in the UK, entitled “Full Circle,” represents a departure from his most iconic series, and reveals the artist’s fascination with and deference for the art historical pillars erected by American masters like Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Frank Stella.
June 8 - July 23, 2017
Location: Gazelli Art House, London
SEE // Michelle Jezierski Solo Show “Crossfader”
Michelle Jezierski’s dreamy abstracted landscapes are paintings of fractured light and space. Her use of geometric overlay brings order to the chaos of the natural world, resulting in surreal compositions that straddle the divide between magical realism and pure imagination.
June 2 - July 31, 2017
Location: Galerie Philine Cremer, Dusseldorf
SEE // Andrew Pope Group Show: LIKE at Galerie Sebastien Bertrand, Geneva, Switzerland
LIKE is curated by Richard Kern and includes works by Andrew Pope, Aurel Schmidt, Bjarne Melgaard, Brad Phillips, Chloe Wise, Duncan Hannah, Gillian Carnegie, Joe Andoe, Lucy McKenzie, Rita Ackermann, Todd Bienvenu, Walter Robinson, Yui Kugimiya.
Now through September 2, 2017
Location: Galerie Sebastien Bertrand Rue du Simplon 161207 Geneva — Switzerland