ArtBeat: What To See


Opening:

Julie Caspar Roth: The Veil @ Collarworks

Julie Caspar Roth: The Veil @ Collarworks

The Veil @ Collar Works Gallery, Troy. A solo exhibition by Julie Casper Roth, The Veil is a mix of documentary and fictional narrative video that grapples with issues of gender and sexual identity as they relate to Mormonism. The project stems from the artist’s interest in centralizing identities that exist on the peripheries of a defined mainstream. Reception: Friday, November 30 (Troy Light Out) 5-9pm.

Gay Malin: State of Being @ Martinez Gallery

Gay Malin: State of Being @ Martinez Gallery

Elasticity and Metonymy @ Martinez Gallery, Troy. A one-person exhibition of recent work by sculptor and printmaker Gay Malin. Opening reception: Friday, November 30 (Troy Night Out) 5-8pm. (Through February 1)

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Petria Mitchell: Overlook River #10 @ Harrison Gallery

Petria Mitchell: Overlook River #10 @ Harrison Gallery

Riverscapes @ Harrison Gallery, Williamstown. Works by Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, John MacDonald, and Petria Mitchell. Opening reception: Saturday, December 1, 5-7pm. (Through December 31)

Lawrence Berzon: Disappearance @ Limner Gallery

Lawrence Berzon: Disappearance @ Limner Gallery

Lawrence Berzon: A Compulsion for Beauty @ Limner Gallery. Opening reception: Saturday, December 1, 5-7pm. (Through December 30)

99 Cents and Up @ MCLA Gallery 5199 Cents and Up @ MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams. The gallery’s annual exhibition where all art is priced at 99¢ to $99.99. Participant artists: Yura Adams, John Breiner, Michael Vincent Bushy, Pam Buchanan, Danielle Christensen Laura Christensen, Andy Andrew, Claire Fox, Forrest Graham, Wayne Hopkins, Jennifer Huberdeau, Wendy James, Henry Klein, Julia Morgan, Melanie Mowinski, Mark Mulherrin, Dina Noto, Danny O, Kristen Parker, Marianne Petit, Sean Riley, Ben Ripley, Gail Sellers, Phil Sellers, Josh Simpson, Karin Stack, Christina Stott, Diane Sullivan, Ven Voisey, Dan Weissbrodt, Colleen Williams and Cathy Wysocki. Opening reception: Thursday, Nov. 29 (North Adams Hometown Holidays) 5-8 p.m. (Through December 31)


Last Chance To See:

Skylar Fein: Black Flag  @  Art Omi

Skylar Fein: Black Flag @ Art Omi

Vote For Me And I’ll Set You Free: Works From The Collection of Lawrence B. Beneson @ Art Omi, Ghent. An exhibit that draws on historical documents, artifacts and works of contemporary art to create a kaleidoscopic view of the political process of voting and the role of the public and the artist in the political process. (Through November 30)

Photographs by Eileen Clynes @ Romaine Brooks Gallery

Photographs by Eileen Clynes @ Romaine Brooks Gallery

Exceptional Holiness: Photography by Eileen Clynes @ Romaine Brooks Gallery, Albany. Digital photography by Eileen Clynes inspired by traditional Catholic art. 5-9pm. (Through November 30)

Works by Claire Sherwood @ The Albany Barn

Works by Claire Sherwood @ The Albany Barn

Live Outside The Box @ The Albany Barn, Albany. Works by Matthew Bartik, Ana Gallira and Claire Sherwood, ranging from the realistic to the abstract and fashioned from such everyday items as forks, rubber and cardboard. (Through December 1)

Terry Adkins: Still @ The Tang

Terry Adkins: Still @ The Tang

Terry Adkins: Recital @ The Tang Teaching Museum and Gallery, Saratoga Springs. a selection of work from the past thirty years by artist and musician Terry Adkins, who stages installation-based experiences that activate architecture, sculpture, video and photography with live happenings. Also on view is Dance/Draw, a large group show that examines the blurring of formal distintions between media. (Through December 2)

Tami Bone: Mythos @ Galerie BMG

Tami Bone: Mythos @ Galerie BMG

Tami Bone: Mythos @ Galerie BMG, Woodstock. Dreamlike, soft-focused black and white images, woven into a personal and poetic narrative, taken from fragments of memory and figments of imagination from a childhood spent growing up in deep South Texas.(Through December 3)


Continuing:

Works by Rachel Foullon and Dana Hoey @ University Art Museum

Works by Rachel Foullon and Dana Hoey @ University Art Museum

Rachel Foullon: The Braided Sun and Dana Hoey: The Phantom Sex @ University Art Museum, Albany. Rachel Foullon’s sculptures constructed from custom-milled cedar boards and hand-dyed, hand-sewn canvas reference a former agrarian existence based on utilitarian need that has long been subsumed by modern progress. Dana Hoey has examined what it means to be female through her photography for more than 20 years, exploring issues of gender and culture using both staged and directed photography. (Through December 8)

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Abu Dhabi is Love  Forever (installation view courtesy Postmasters Gallery) @ The Teaching Gallery

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Abu Dhabi is Love
Forever (installation view courtesy Postmasters Gallery) @ The Teaching Gallery

Abu Dhabi is Love Forever @ HVCC Teaching Gallery, Troy. From August, 2010 to June, 2011, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy and their family lived in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. During that time, through video, collage and found imagery, the McCoys reacted to and contemplated the culture and landscape of their new, temporary home in the desert. (Through December 8)

Harry Orlyk: Bud's House @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

Harry Orlyk: Bud’s House @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

Landscapes @ Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson. New works by four artists whose works represent the trajectory of Landscapes past, present and future, from traditional to abstract: Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Harry Orlyk, Nancy Rutter and Stephen Brophy. (Through December 9)

Orchid Fever @ Berkshire Museum

Orchids@ Berkshire Museum

Orchids @ Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. A selection of photographs by Edwin Hale Lincoln (1848-1938), botanical illustrations by Mary Emily Eaton (1873-1961) and watercolors by Mary Vaux Walcott (1860-1940), all featuring the orchid, as well as live orchids displayed in terrariums. (Through December 9)

Works by Milton Glazer @ The Opalka Gallery

Works by Milton Glazer @ The Opalka Gallery

Milton Glaser: In Search of the Miraculous or One Things Leads to Another @ Opalka Gallery, Albany. This exhibition takes an in-depth look at the creative processes of one of the most influential graphic designers in the world, and celebrates the unpredictability of creative action. Also on view is The Posters: A Survey, a glimpse into the archives of Glaser’s highly lauded designs and illustrations. (Through December 14)

works by Sang Wook Lee @ Courthouse Gallery

Installation by Sang Wook Lee @ Courthouse Gallery

Sang Wook Lee @ Courthouse Gallery, Lake George. Skidmore professor Sang Wook Lee’s site specific installation using ramen noodles as his main artistic medium. (Through December 14)

Works by Julie Evans @ John Davis Gallery

Works by Julie Evans @ John Davis Gallery

Julie Evans @ John Davis Gallery, Hudson. Mixed media works by Julie Evans. Also on view are monotypes by Louise Fishman. (Through December 14)

Elena Lourenco: Many Tribulations of None (detail from installation) owned by Robert Parke Harrison @ The Schick Gallery

Elena Lourenco: Many Tribulations of None (detail from installation) owned by Robert Parke Harrison @ The Schick Gallery

The Muse at Home @ The Schick Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs. An exhibition of art from the personal collections of Skidmore arts faculty and staff that explores how and why we live with art and the many ways art inspires our work. Related exhibit text and programming also includes discussion of the history of art collecting, and the many motivations of those who collect art today. (Through December 16)

Duane Michals : Untitled (from

Duane Michals: Untitled (from The Indomitable Spirit Portfolio) @ Williams Museum College of Art

Cosmologies @ Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown. An exhibit that considers just a few of the many ways in which art can explore the complex themes of cosmological thought, including works by Kiki Smith, Vija Celmins, Thomas Ruff, Duane Michals, June Wayne, Bernard Cohen, Lynn Chadwick, Joseph Cornell, Wallace Berman, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Rauschenberg, Vik Muniz and Barbara Takenaga. (Through December 16)

Sasha Chermayeff: Evening on the Creek @ BCB ART

Sasha Chermayeff: Evening on the Creek @ BCB ART

Landscapes And Their Changing Moods @ BCB ART, Hudson. New paintings by Sasha Chermayeff. Also on display will be photographs by Jef Bourgeau and John Foxx. (Through December 23)

John Whipple: Down By The River @ Davis Orton Gallery

John Whipple: Down By The River @ Davis Orton Gallery

Photobook!!2012 @ Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson. Twenty photobooks, featuring Brett Bell, Malcolm Brown, Robert Covington, Melissa Eder, Ellen Feldman, Elizabeth Fleming, Stewart Harvey, Michael Hunold, Jack LaForte, Jenna Lynch, Judith S. Miller, Jay Muhlin, Mathew O’Connell, Oliver Ogen, Martha Ormiston, Peter Riesett, Jacob Rivkin, Lito Vales, Stephen Strom, and John Whipple. (Through December 23)

Tasha Tudor: Illustration for a Christmas card (detail) @ The Fenimore Art Gallery

Tasha Tudor: Illustration for a Christmas card (detail) @ The Fenimore Art Gallery

Tasha Tudor: Around The Year @ Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. An exhibit that illustrates the changing seasons and their special celebrations with over 100 outstanding examples of this beloved author and illustrator’s original art for children’s books and greeting cards. (Through December 31)

Dance Masks of Guatemala @ The Folklife Gallery

Dance Masks of Guatemala @ The Folklife Gallery

Dance Masks of Guatemala: The Collection of Ed & Carmen Contento @ The Folklife Gallery, Glens Falls. Gallery talks/short films/dance demonstrations by Ed & Carmen Contento: Wednesday, October 17, 7-8pm and Thursday, November 29, 7-8pm. (Through December 31)

Works by Anna Betbeze @ MASS MoCA

Works by Anna Betbeze @ MASS MoCA

Anna Betbeze: New Work @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Using Greek Flokati carpets as a ground for a mix of pigments that range from brilliant to muddy, Anna Betbeze creates unexpectedly textural paintings that verge on the sculptural. (Through January 1, 2013)

Making Room: The Space Between Two & Three Dimensions @ MASS MoCA

Making Room: The Space Between Two & Three Dimensions @ MASS MoCA

Making Room: The Space Between Two & Three Dimension @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Works by an international group of artists who combine two- and three-dimensional media in a single work using a marriage of new technology with more hand-crafted or out-of-date processes. By using traditional or analog media, these artists reflect a shared yearning for deceleration in the digital age and nostalgia for simpler technologies. Artists include Daniel Arsham and Jonah Bokaer, Dawn Clements, Inci Eviner, Claire Harvey, Laleh Khorramian, Kakyoung Lee, Chloë Østmo, Laura Riboli, and Luke Stettner.(Through January 2, 2013)

Jessy Park: Flat Iron Building (left) and works by Hoogs and Crawford @ Good Purpose Gallery

Jessy Park: Flat Iron Building (left) and works by Hoogs and Crawford @ Good Purpose Gallery

Visions on the Spectrum II @ Good Purpose Gallery, Lee. Acrylic paintings by self-taught artist Jessica Hillary Park. Also on view are blown glass works by Hoogs and Crawford. (Through January 2)

Bently Spang, The Modern Warrior Series: War Shirt #1 @ The Berkshire Museum

Bently Spang, The Modern Warrior Series: War Shirt #1 @ The Berkshire Museum

Rethink! American Indian Art @ The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. Contemporary works in a range of media and techniques, from video installations, contemporary basketry, and beadwork to ceramics, sculpture, and glass, by accomplished artists Marcus Amerman, Jeremy Frey, Teri Greeves, Diego Romero, Preston Singletary and Bently Spang. The exhibition also will include historic Native American art objects from Berkshire Museum’s permanent collections. (Through January 6)

Lily Furedi: Subway @ The New York State Museum

Lily Furedi: Subway @ The New York State Museum

1937: A New Deal For Artists @ The New York State Museum, Albany. During the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt promised a “new deal for the American people,” initiating government programs to foster economic recovery. Roosevelt’s pledge to help “the forgotten man” also embraced America’s artists. The Public Works of Art Project (PWAP) enlisted artists to capture “the American Scene” in works of art that would embellish public buildings across the country. They painted regional, recognizable subjects – ranging from portraits, to cityscapes and images of city life, to landscapes and depictions of rural life – that reminded the public of quintessential American values such as hard work, community and optimism. (Through January 20)

Theodore Robinson: Josephine in the Garden @ The Arkell Museum

Theodore Robinson: Josephine in the Garden @ The Arkell

From Giverny to the Brooklyn Bridge: American Impressionist Paintings from the Arkell Collections @ The Arkell Museum, Canajoharie. Sun-dappled views of France and America by Childe Hassam, John Twachtman, Theodore Robinson, J. Alden Weir, and Edward Redfield are among the notable paintings in this exhibition. (Through February 2, 2013)

Alex Ross: Justice Vol. 1 Collection @ Norman Rockwell Museum

Alex Ross: Justice Vol. 1 Collection @ Norman Rockwell Museum

Heroes & Villains: The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross @ The Norman Rockwell Museum, Pittsfield. The first museum exhibition celebrating the artwork of Alex Ross features over 130 paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures from Ross’s personal collection. The pieces range from a crayon drawing of Spider-Man that he created at the age of four to paintings from his early career on projects like Marvels and Kingdom Come through to his more recent work on Flash Gordon and Green Hornet. This exhibition outlines Ross’s career of redefining comic books and graphic novels for a new generation of followers of Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and other classic comic book superheroes. (Through February 24)

Photographs by Seneca Ray Stoddard @ The New York State Museum

Photographs by Seneca Ray Stoddard @ The New York State Museum

Seneca Ray Stoddard: Capturing the Adirondacks @ The New York State Museum, Albany. Works by Adirondack photographer and conservationist Seneca Ray Stoddard, who was instrumental in the establishment of the “forever wild” Adirondack Park, including over 100 of his photographs, an Adirondack guideboat, freight boat, camera, copies of his books and several of his paintings. (Through February 24)

Invisible Cities @ MASS MoCA

Diana Al-Hadid Gradiva: Fourth Wall, part of Invisible Cities @ MASS MoCA

Invisible Cities @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Titled after Italo Calvino’s beloved book – which imagines Marco Polo’s vivid descriptions of numerous cities of a fading empire to Kublai Khan – the exhibition features the work of ten diverse artists who re-imagine urban landscapes both familiar and fantastical, exploring how our perceptions of place are shaped by personal influences as diverse as memory, desire, and loss, as well as by cultural forces such as history and the media. The show includes work by Lee Bul, Carlos Garaicoa, and Sopheap Pich, as well as major new commissions by Diana Al Hadid, Francesco Simeti, Miha Strukelj, and local artists Kim Faler and Mary Lum. (Through March 1, 2013)

Ammi Phillips, Mrs Goodrich and Child and Unknown Artist: Russian Icon @ Berkshire Museum

Ammi Phillips, Mrs Goodrich and Child and Unknown Artist: Russian Icon @ Berkshire Museum

Wink: Pairings From Berkshire Museum’s Collection @ Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. Guest artist Maggie Mailer has organized an exhibition that features pairs of paintings, photography, and prints from the Berkshire Museum’s permanent collection. (Through March 31, 2013)

Lions and Tigers and Museums, Oh My! @ The Clark

Lions and Tigers and Museums, Oh My! @ The Clark


Lions and Tigers and Museums, Oh My! @ Kidspace @ The Clark. Inspired by Peter Paul Rubens’s enormous painting Tiger, Lion, and Leopard Hunt, visitors will explore many questions: Who will be victorious? Could this animal hunt really have happened – and did it? What events or personalities caused Rubens to paint this picture? What problems did Rubens encounter when painting such a big picture so very long ago? This exhibition will include a number of hands-on activities. (Through March 31)

Andrea Mortson (NB), You Are Loved @ MASS MoCA

Andrea Mortson: You Are Loved @ MASS MoCA

Oh, Canada @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. The largest survey of contemporary Canadian art ever produced outside Canada, this show features work by more than 60 artists who hail from every province and nearly every territory in the country, spanning multiple generations and working in all media. (Through April 1, 2013)

Nari Ward, We the People @ The Tang Teaching Museum

Nari Ward, We the People @ The Tang Teaching Museum

We The People @ The Tang Teaching Gallery, Saratoga Springs. An exhibition and event series that explores constitutions and how they act to create order, configure communities, and form a collective identity featuring Allison Smith, Francis Cape, and Nari Ward. (Through April 7)

Works by Alexandre Arrechea (top) and Yoandy Rizo Fiallo @ Art Omi

Works by Alexandre Arrechea (top) and Yoandy Rizo Fiallo @ Art Omi

Skyline Adrift: Cuban Art and Architecture @ Omi International Arts Center, Ghent.
Large-scale architectonic installations by Cuban architects Yilena Lourdes Feitó Echarri and Yoandy Rizo Fiallo and internationally renowned Cuban visual artists Alexandre Arrechea and Armando Mariño Calzado. (Through May, 2013)

François-Joseph Navez: Musical Group @ The Clark

François-Joseph Navez: Musical Group @ The Clark

Clark Remix @ The Clark, Williamstown. A salon-style installation of works from The Clark’s permanent collection, including some 80 paintings, 20 sculptures and 300 examples of decorative arts. Visitors will be able to create their own “curatorial remix” of the collection through an interactive project called uCurate, available in the gallery and on the Clark’s website and can then submit them to a gallery that will be featured at clarkart.edu. The Clark’s curatorial team will regularly review the submissions, and will select the best of these for exhibitions that will be presented at the Clark. (Through Jan. 1, 2014)

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