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DECEMBER 2014

Iceberg's Tongue

Exhibition:
December 7, 2014–December 21, 2014

Opening reception: Saturday, December 6, 3pm-3am

National YoungArts Foundation Studio
2144 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL, 33137
www.youngarts.org/artbasel
www.youngarts.org/youngarts-residency

ICEBERG'S TONGUE is a group exhibition hosted by James Weingrod, the current National YoungArts Foundation artist-in-residence in Visual Arts, at the YoungArts Foundation in Miami. The exhibition will run from 7 December through 21 December, with an opening reception on 6 December to coincide with Art Basel 2014.

ICEBERG'S TONGUE gathers artists who, in their work and practice, speak to nomadic existence. The artists in the exhibition approach provisionality, impermanence and movement from different perspectives, ranging from astronomical constellations, to transcultural mythology, to big data. The works, in painting, video, sculpture, and mixed media, chart myriad instances of transient objects, artifacts, and gestures.

The aesthetic of passage and circulation is matched by the sprawling, circuitous architecture of the NE 2nd Avenue studio building, itself a temporary camp for nomadic artists who travel to participate in the YoungArts residency program. In Iceberg’s Tongue, transient objects converge, momentarily “popping up” in a transient space, only to disassemble and disperse in a few weeks’ time.

Organized by James Weingrod and Baris Gokturk, the exhibition includes works by artists Emmy Catedral, Katherine Behar, Sarada Rauch, JD Fernandez, Claudia Pena Salinas, Caroline Burghardt, Baris Gokturk, and Becky Brown.

ICEBERG'S TONGUE is free and will be open to the public 7 – 21 December 2014, from 9 AM - 6 PM. The YoungArts Foundation Studio is located at 2144 NE 2nd Avenue in Miami.

ICEBERG'S TONGUE will appear concurrently in the space with a second exhibition, "Sunk", organized by General Practice’s Carlos Rigau.

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NOVEMBER 2014

November 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23
11AM - 5PM

Out to See Curated by Sara Reisman

Locations:

Gallery under FDR
88 South St (Near John St)

Mural at Fulton St
Fulton St (Near South St)

Gallery next to TKTS
190 Front St (Near John St)

Mural at Front St
Front St (Near Beekman St)

Cannon's Walk
206 Front St.

Emily Thompson Flowers
142 Beekman St

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OCTOBER 2014

Sunday, October 12th 4-5:30 pm

As part of the program surrounding the exhibition Bringing The World Into The World, AASV was invited to host three 1.5 hour walking salons, each with a different guest guide to Chris Burden's 1983 work, Scale Model of the Solar System. Each tour accompanied by AASV's Emmy Catedral as navigator.

The final Solar System Walk will be guided by Dr. Emily L Rice, Astronomer and friends from Astronomy on Tap. Vol.3 will begin at the site of Pluto, and move towards the center, following the gravitational pull of our star, the Sun. More information and a map can be found here: amateurastronomerssalon.org

For additional information on the exhibition, directions, and to RSVP (free, but spots are limited) please email: exhibitions@queensmuseum.org.

and

Wednesday, October 15th

Cinema Balash returns for a night of screenings and performances with Rotem Linial, Emmy Catedral, and guests. Cinema Balash is a nomadic screening series that has included film, video, live projection, sound and performance. Cinema Balash was founded by Rotem Linial in an abandoned storage room at 450 West 41st St in 2012.

7:30-10pm
205 Hudson, Ground Fl. Gallery
(entrance on Canal)

part of Another Place.

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SEPTEMBER 2014

Opening September 17th, 6-8 pm

ANOTHER PLACE

September 18–October 18, 2014

Ryan Lauderdale
Rodrigo Lobos Huber
Emmy Catedral
Ryan McNamara
Cybele Lyle
Denise Schatz
Jules de Balincourt
Carolyn Salas

Curated by MA candidates Sophia Alexandrov, Lindsay Aveilhe and Samantha Best.

Organized by Hunter College Art Galleries Acting Director and Curator Sarah Watson and Assistant Curator Annie Wischmeyer.

Hunter College Art Gallery, MFA Campus
(Entrance on Canal Street)
between Hudson and Greenwich

and

Sunday, September 21st

As part of the program surrounding the exhibition Bringing The World Into The World, AASV was invited to host three 1.5 hour walking salons, each with a different guest guide to Chris Burden's 1983 work, Scale Model of the Solar System. Each tour accompanied by AASV's Emmy Catedral as navigator.

SOLAR SYSTEM WALK, Vol. 2 will take place 3:30-5:00 pm guided by curator and educator, PJ Gubatina Policarpio. This tour is departing from the Sun at Queen Museum's Panorama of The City of New York. For directions, more information and to RSVP (free, but spots are limited) please email: exhibitions@queensmuseum.org.

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AUGUST 2014

August 16th, 4PM

Primetime
135 Huntington Street (Carroll Gardens)
Brooklyn, part of The Donut District

screenings and performances by
Emmy Catedral
Nathan Carey

part of:

Don't Forget To Make A Left Turn At Alburquerque
Curated By Seung-Min Lee
beginning August 9th, 2014

Two nights of performances with a cart by Danyel Ferrari.

http://p-r-i-m-e-t-i-m-e.com/events/future/Seung-Min_Lee/

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JUNE 2014 - OCTOBER 2014
SOLAR SYSTEM WALKS

As part of the program surrounding the exhibition Bringing The World Into The World, AASV was invited to host three 1.5 hour walking salons, each with a different guest guide to Chris Burden's 1983 work, Scale Model of the Solar System. Each tour accompanied by AASV's Emmy Catedral as navigator.

Vol. 1: The opening day tour on Saturday, June 14, 4:30-6:00 pm, is led by artist Nate Carey, with interplanetary music of the spheres by Jane Carver. Vol. 1 begins at the site of Pluto, and moves towards the center, following the gravitational pull of our star, the Sun.

Vol. 2: The second tour will take place on Sunday, September 21, 3:30-5:00 pm guided by curator and educator, PJ Gubatina Policarpio. This tour is departing from the Sun at Queen Museum's Panorama of The City of New York.

Vol. 3: The final tour is taking place Sunday, October 12, 4:00-5:30 pm, led Astronomer Dr. Emily L. Rice, and friends from Astronomy on Tap.

For directions, more information and to RSVP (free, but spots are limited) please email: exhibitions@queensmuseum.org.

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MAY 2014 - JUNE 2014
a particular kind of solitude:
inspired by the writings of Robert Walser, for The Elizabeth Street Garden
aparticularkindofsolitude.wordpress.com

Artists Include:
William Anastasi, Robert Barry, Lisa Blas, Dove Bradshaw, Emmy Catedral, Greg Colson, Peter Downsbrough, Satoru Eguchi, Joy Episalla, David Fenn, Alec Finlay, Elana Herzog, Alison Knowles, Jeremy Millar, J Pasila, Michele Quan, Andrea Robbins and Max Becher, Michelle Rosenberg, Martin Roth, Ethan Ryman, Kazumi Sakurai, Carol Szymanski, Elizabeth Tubergen, Merrill Wagner, Carrie Yamaoka among others

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MARCH 2014
ETERNiDAY
Mar 15 2014, 12:00pm – 8:00pm

a day-long festival showcasing a diverse selection of poets, artists, musicians, performers, educators, and publishers, curated by the poet laureate of Queens, Paolo Javier, this festival, named after a term coined by the great Flushing artist Joseph Cornell, will feature readings, panel discussions, musical performances, live film and video narrations, publishing and bookmaking workshops, and a poetry book fair.

http://eterniday2014.wordpress.com/

3 pm, “Quail rise”: R’s Queens”

My name & time: a Queens of the mind.

There’s an occult meaning in initials.

To “read in splendour” between these two lines from Robert Seydel‘s BOOK OF RUTH (Siglio, 2011), in which the eponymous Ruth Greisman “writes”: JC, MD, will never understand our distance from life – they’re pretenders in that. “Writes” in quotes because RG, like the Queens she shared with Joseph Cornell (through whom she “met” Marcel Duchamp), is of the mind (tho Ruth was Real: Robert’s aunt and, in his words “the artist in the Book,” no quotes. For Quails rise, read R’s Queens. For Marcel Duchamp, Mina Pam Dick will read. For Joseph Cornell, Jane Carver will sound. For Robert Seydel, Ross Simonini will sing. For Formulas & Flowers, Farnoosh Fathi. Featuring a sub-sub library and one other very special guest. Organized by Emmy Catedral and Nathaniel Otting.