Bonnie Gloris (Parsons Illustration ’06) sent us the following email and information about a show opening this week and her own awesome accomplishments! She writes:
I thought you would like to hear about a very interesting exhibition I’m curating that opens next week at Broadway Gallery NYC. The show includes several Parsons Illustration Department alumni and faculty members, including myself. I thought you’d also like to hear that as a result of this curatorial project, Broadway Gallery NYC has hired me full-time as their Gallery Manager and also as the Art Director of their publication “NY Arts Magazine”.
Nature Vs. Nurture collects images that depict the tension between opposing forces, one wild and one domestic, that characterize the human psyche.
Nature Vs. Nurture
473 Broadway, 7th Floor, NYC, NY 10013
November 1st – 15th, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 4th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
All of the info can also be found here:
Parsons Illustration Alums George Bates (who is also faculty), Niina Cochran, Nathan Pickett, and Bonnie herself are all featuring in the show along with other wonderful illustrators including Parsons Illustration faculty members Jordin Isip, Chang Park, and Tim Okamura.
Congrats to Bonnie on her new role at the gallery, and to everyone else on their inclusion in this exciting show.
Broadway Gallery NYC
473 Broadway, 7th floor, New York, NY 10013
T: 212.274.8993 F: 212.226.3400
Dark Pop: a guest-curated show by Andrew Michael Ford goes up at Last Rites Gallery this week. Here’s the official description:
Last Rites Gallery and guest curator Andrew Michael Ford (director of Ad Hoc Art, curator of Deep Pop) have decided to find out what several of today’s brightest art stars are capable of when asked to create ONE piece of what could be considered truly ‘dark art’. Many artists find themselves in a nice groove of creating a certain mood or emotion through their work and have, understandably, become quite comfortable following this path in their art-making. We were curious, however, what would happen if things were to get a little uncomfortable, as the artist challenged themselves to search through new or buried feelings and emotions, the kind which might find their place on the ‘darker’ side of the artistic spectrum. With that in mind, Last Rites Gallery and guest curator Andrew Michael Ford proudly present “Dark Pop”: A collection of truly ‘dark art’ from an incredibly talented and diverse group of artists who would normally never get anywhere near this stuff! The results, we believe, are nothing short of astounding!
Artists include: Ron English, Isabel Samaras (Illustration Alum), Gary Taxali, Esao Andrews, Nicole Steen, Yoko D’holbachie, Nathan Lee Picket (Illustration Alum) and more. Go check out it out!
Opening Reception: Saturday, 9/6/08, 7:00pm-11:00pm.
Show runs September 6th thru October 11th.
Last Rites Gallery
511 W. 33rd Street, between 10th & 11th Avenues (3 blocks from Penn Station), 3rd floor