Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Richmonder's might remember the name Rosemarie Fiore having seen her work in many shows over the years at Ada Gallery. Her ceramic sculptures of Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner doing battle amongst grand desert panoramas was pretty unforgettable. or her Firework drawings or her Gun Rubbings or her Scrambler project (ada helped fund this project which was exhibited at Grand Arts in KC, MO) Well, the fireworks artwork won out over her many action mediums used over the years, from lawnmower to amusment park rides, and to great effect. Her old work is fantastic as always, but in this new work Rosemarie is now speaking fluently in the language that she's created. GO see her current show at Priska Juschka Fine Art.
There are over 20 new works on paper by New York born artist Nina Bovasso in her current exhibit What's Your Bubble? located at ADA GALLERY's sister gallery Mulherin + Pollard. On view through May 28th at our *old location (317 10th Ave. NYC) Some of this work will travel at the shows end, southeast to our NEW space in the lower east side located on Freeman's Alley off Rivington.
*old location = 317 10th Avenue NY, NY (What's Your Bubble? through May 28th, 2011)
new location = at the end of Freeman's Alley
(at Rivington btwn Chrystie & Bowery)
ADA artist since 2003, Kirsten Kindler exhibits work at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects in Toronto in an upcoming summer show!
New York born artist Kirsten Kindler exhibits her elegant, skillful cut paper works at the Virginia Center for Architecture this summer in Richmond, Virginia. Kirsten has been an ADA gallery artist since 2003. Flights of Fancy opens Thursday July 7th, 2011. go to ADA GALLERY/Kirsten Kindler for more
Friday, May 6, 2011
Thursday, May 5, 2011
AMERICA : NOW AND HERE "Envisioned by Eric Fischl and led in partnership with artists across the country, the goal of is to bring people together, to inspire respectful conversation about America through the shared experience of art, and to renew our appreciation for exploration, creativity and innovation as individuals, communities and as a nation."
Check out a full list of spectacular events on the website here
And why you ask are we so hyped on this show?
Well, it includes tons of incredible artists such as Jeff Koons, Dana Schutz, Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, Chuck Close, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, David Salle, and JAMES TROTTER
and so many more (which you can find the full list here) http://kansascity.americanowandhere.org/artists/
Originally from Miami, the ADA Gallery's own Trotter briefly attended KCAI and has stayed in Kansas City to live the dream as an artist by day who makes both drawings and installations, and 60's and 70's soul connesiour DJ Superwolf by night.