VIRGIL B/G TAYLOR: Incarnata Social Club
Mar
23
8:00 pm20:00

VIRGIL B/G TAYLOR: Incarnata Social Club

  • Knockdown Center

2016-2017 QAM Fellow Virgil B/G Taylor will take part in an evening of experimental performance, entitled Incarnata Social Club. Founded in 2016 and hosted by Kembra Pfahler and Orlando Estrada, the event was established to provide artists with a venue to show new work without an application process, and is best described as "a social club for anti-socials, a party for an-hedonists, and an experimental performance platform."

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KIMBERLY MAYHORN: Foundations
Mar
4
Apr 9

KIMBERLY MAYHORN: Foundations

  • FiveMyles

Opening: Saturday, March 4th, 5-8pm
Artist talk: Saturday, April 1st, 4pm
On view through April 9th

 

2016-2017 QAM Mentor Kimberly Mayhorn will represent one half of the two-person show entitled Foundations at FiveMyles, a non-profit exhibition and performance space in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. She will show work with A.V. Ryan, in a show that allows the artists to reflect on architecture and construction, both theoretically and technically. In this body of work, Mayhorn was interested in "exploring how our environment and geographic influence - such as redlining, dictates how we think, move, and process our ideas and ideologies in the world." The gallery will also host an artist talk with both artists in attendance, moderated by Hanne Tierney.

More on the exhibition here

MAIA CRUZ PALILEO: Dear, dear, dear
Feb
28
Apr 22

MAIA CRUZ PALILEO: Dear, dear, dear

  • Taymour Grahne Gallery

Taymour Grahne Gallery will present a solo show of work by 2014-2015 QAM Fellow Maia Cruz Palileo entitled Dear, dear, dear. The show, Palileo's second solo exhibition, includes new paintings, works on paper, and fresco sculptures. It mines the historical and personal landscapes of Palileo's own history–specifically time spent with her family living in the Philippines–while broadening its scope to include topics of Americanization, assimilation and "in-between-ness."

More on the exhibition here