Exhibition catalogue for Gregory Euclide at the David B. Smith Gallery
September 15 – October 13, 2012
Gregory Euclide: Observing only the ease of my own slipping toward your unknown
Softcover, 10 x 7 1/4 inches, 94 pages, 63 color images
Printed and bound in the United States
Published by David B. Smith Gallery, 2012
Kim Keever’s magnificent work Sunset 44d, is on view at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri, for the museum’s celebration of the 20th anniversary of their Oppenheimer Collection. Sunset 44d is also included in the 340 page Oppenheimer Collection catalogue, for which Andrea S. Norris writes:
“Playing with our perceptions of the natural, Keever’s images first compel a struggle to understand their subjects, then inspire wonder at the artist’s creativity and technical achievement of faux verisimilitude, and finally suggest troubling aspects of humankind’s relationship with nature….”
Please visit Kim Keever’s artist page for further information.
In honor of its 25th anniversary, the Microsoft Art Collection produced a book featuring keystone works from the collection, called Microsoft Art Collection: 25 Years of Celebrating Creativity and Inspiring Innovation. Gallery artists Gregory Euclide and Oliver Vernon are featured in this 104 page book, which chronicles the, “most popular and impressive artworks” from the collection. Of 5,000 artworks in the collection, just 80 were selected for this publication including the works previously exhibited at David B. Smith Gallery by Vernon and Euclide.
The Microsoft Art Collection book is available for purchase here.
Banner and photo from featured project Paintings for Satellites (2009-present) seen at the U.S. Pavilion of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale. Photos: Nuno Cera (left), Steve Amiaga (aerial right)
Molly Dilworth was featured as part of the U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale. On view from August 29 – November 25, 2012, the theme of the U.S. Pavilion is Spontaneous Interventions: design actions for the common good. Molly’s featured project, Paintings for Satellites, exemplifies the theme of this exhibition, as her large-scale rooftop paintings at once play with concepts of painting, fine art, and viewership and visibility, while simultaneously reducing energy costs for the building and greenhouse emissions over time.
“With its historic storefront on LoDo’s busy Wazee Street, the David B. Smith Gallery has a more prominent location than most of Denver’s upscale dealers. Yet it remains something of a secret pleasure within the city’s art scene…But its walls are covered with some of the most exciting work you’ll see around here. Especially right now….”