LOCAL COLORADO AND NEW MEXICO EVENTS
- "Samurai" at the Denver Art Museum through June 5th.
- "20 Years/20 Shows" at Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico through May 22nd.
- "Giving Voice to Image" at Vivo Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico through May 30th...complete with poetry readings.
- "Carol Coates: Solo Exhibition" at Tansey Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico from May 13th through June 5th.
- "Freedom in Music Project" at Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 6th through May 31st.
- "Ugly Pie: Works by Gabriel Abeyta" at 555, Taos, New Mexico from May 14th through June 11th.
- "Modern Art in Taos: The Second Chapter" at 203 Fine Art, Taos, New Mexico from May 14th through June 30th.
- "Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company: American Moderns of the West" at the Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, New Mexico from May 22nd through September 11th.
- Lauren Mantecon's "Shape Shifting" at Mark Wooley Gallery, Portland, Oregon through May 15th.
- "The Masters of Color: Miro, Matisse, Chagall" at Galerie Michel, Beverly Hills, California through May 14th.
- "Picasso" at Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desert, California through May 27th.
- " Moses at 90" at Wm. Turner Gallery, Santa Monica, California through June 25th.
- Yayoi Kusama's "Infinity Mirror Room", The Broad Museum, Los Angeles, California through Autumn, 2016. (Word of mouth has it that this is an ethereal experience).
- "Robert Maplethorpe", Los Angeles County Museum of Art through July 31st and "Agnes Martin" through September 11th.
- "Passages in Modern Art: 1946-1996" at the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas through May 28, 2017.
- Robert Motherwell: The Art of Collage", Paul Kasmen Gallery, New York City through May 21st.
- Cornelia Parker has created a replica of Hitchcock's "Psycho" house atop the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City through October 31st. The house is a 30 foot fabrication.
- "Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty", MOMA, New York City through July 24th.
- "Stumbling Pioneers" featuring the works of Jules de Balincourt, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, England. (Love color? This is your show).
- "Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones", Saatchi Gallery, London, England through September 4th.
- "Ai Wei Wei 360" continues at the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England through November 20th.
- "Conceptual Art in Britain: 1964-1979", Tate Modern, London, England through August 29th.
- "Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art", The National Gallery, London, England through May 22nd.
- "Delacroix as a Model", Louvre, Paris, France through August 1st.
- "Andy Warhol: Shadows", Gugenheim, Bilbao, Spain through October 2nd.
- "From Kandinsky to Pollock", Gugenheim, Florence, Italy through July 24th.
MUST NO MISS
- Kai Harper renowned for her culinary adventures at Sugar Nymphs in Penasco, New Mexico now has a website featuring all her whimsical, colorful paintings: www.kaiharperart.com
- Check out Pichi and Avos murals of Greek gods against the chaotic backdrop of graffiti: www.pichiavo.com (They give Banksy a run for the money).
- Hot! Hot! Hot! Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico...great programs and wild art!
- Google Edoardo Tresoldi. He resurrects in wire mesh towering cathedrals and miscellaneous architecture.
- David Kracov's book sculptures leave me with my mouth wide open: www.david-kracov.com
- Bet you didn't know that Harvard University's Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies houses a collection of over 2500 pigments.
- Netflix now has an extraordinary documentary about the concert pianist turned piano instructor, Seymour Bernstein. Be sure to watch "Seymour" - it is one of the most profound docs I have seen in many years.
- Calvin Nicholls creates with paper at: www.calvinnicholls.comHis constructions are mind-blowing.
- Are you an insomniac? Composer, Max Richter has released an eight hour opus "Sleep". It may be worth the try.
- Nick Bantock has completed a follow up to the Griffin and Sabine series titled "The Pharo's Gate: The Lost Correspondence of Griffin and Sabine". The story is intoxicating and, as always his artwork almost makes me drunk with pleasure.
- YouTube has a 3 part documentary on Jean Michel Basquiat "Basquiat Documental (Documentary)" You must scroll to find the 3 parts as they are not in order.
Until next month, I leave you with a quote from Seymour Bernstein. "I never knew with my two hands I could reach the sky."
Please visit my website to view all my artwork at: www.thefullcirclestudio.com