UPCOMING ART FAIRS:
601 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
May 16-19, 2013
Room Number 17
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PREVIOUS ART FAIRS:
Volta New York 2013
New SoHo Location
82 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10013
March 7-10, 2013
Booth Number 2,40
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Miami Project 2012
NE 1st Avenue and NE 30th Street
Miami, FL 33137
September 4-9, 2012
Booth Number 219
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Art San Diego 2012
September 7-9, 2012
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Hung Liu's retrospective Summoning Ghosts: The Art of Hung Liu was favorably reviewed by Kenneth Baker in the San Francisco Chronicle on March, 15th on the eve of the show's opening at the Oakland Museum of California. Click link to read the review.
Carolyn Castaño's video El Reporte Femenil was mentioned by Christopher Knight in the enthusiastic review of the MexiCali Biennial at the Vincent Price Museum, East Los Angeles College. Click link to read the review. Her paintings were recently featured in New American Painting #97 that was curated by Anne Ellegood of the Hammer Museum.
LECTURES, RESIDENCIES AND AWARDS:
Barry Anderson will participate in an NES Artist Residency in Skagastrond, Iceland during the month of March which is being supported by the ArtsKC Inspiration Grant.
Brendan Lott and John Jurayj have received a prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant consisting of a cash prize. The Pollack-Krasner Foundation's duel criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit and demonstrable financial need, whether professional, personal or both. The Foundation's mission is to aid, internationally, those individuals who have worked as professional artists over a significant period of time.
Carolyn Castaño received a mid-career artist award from the California Community Foundation. The announcement was made at a private reception for the winners at Creative Artist Agency on July 19th. The award follows Castaño's grant from the City of Los Angeles (C.O.L.A.) Individual Artist Fellowship consisiting of a $10,000 stipend and a show at the Barnsdall Art Park in Hollywood. Please click link to view the online catalog.
Hung Liu received the SGC International 2011 Award for Lifetime Achievement in Printmaking. The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the professional development of printmaking as a fine art. SGC International, formerly the Southern Graphics Council, is a US nonprofit membership organization that advances the field of original prints, drawings, books and hand-made paper.
Hung Liu's retrospective Summoning Ghosts: The Art of Hung Liu outlaying her career with an accompanying catalog opened with great applause at the Oakland Museum of California. The show was curated by Rene de Guzman and will travel to the Palm Springs Art Museum and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Please click link for further information. Liu recently showed two major installations in a show entitled Offerings at Mills College in Oakland, CA. For further information please click link.
Robb Putnam has a large format sculpture entitled Stray on view at the Palm Springs Art Museum as a new acquisition to the collection. Putnam recently exhibited sculpture Dunderhead is on view at the Andaz Hotel on the Sunset Strip as part of their art program curated by Merry Norris.
Freddy Chandra completed a site-specific commissioned artwork for the newly opened Neiman Marcus department store in Walnut Creek, CA. The commission is Chandra's first multi-panel painting made specifically for a corner location. Chandra also recently completed a site-specific commission for the new US Embassy in Surabaya, Indonesia.
Cynthia Ona Innis has been awarded a public arts commission by the County of Alameda in Northern California. Selective works by Innis have also been acquired for a new public library in Lafayette, CA and a new US Embassy in Riga, Latvia.
Hung Liu has been awarded a public arts commission at the International Terminal in the San Francisco International Airport. The commission was completed and installed in April 2008. Click link for images.
May 17-20, 2012
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Aqua Art Miami at the Aqua Hotel in South Beach, Room 227
December 1-4, 2011
VIP Preview Opening: November 30th, 8-11pm
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Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the NADA Art Fair in Miami Beach from December 2-5, 2010. The gallery featured a solo booth by John Bankston. For images of the booth and fair please click the following link.
Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the Aqua Wynwood Art Fair in Miami from December 3-6, 2009. This was the second year the gallery participated in this intimate fair. For images of the booth please click link.
Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the Aqua Wynwood Art Fair in Miami in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach from December 2-7, 2008. Click link for images of the fair.
Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the Pulse New York Art Fair from March 27-30, 2008. Click link to see images.
Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the Pulse Miami Art Fair from December 4-9, 2007. Click link to see images.
Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the inaugural Pulse Art Fair in London at the Mary Ward House from October 11-14, 2007. Click link to see images.
Walter Maciel Gallery participated in the inaugural Swab Art Fair in Barcelona from May 10-13, 2007. Click link to see images.
Hung Liu is mentioned in an article entitled Bringing a Woman's Touch to Chinese Art Scene in the New York Times Arts section on January 20, 2011. The article is written by Joyce Hor-Chung Lau and discusses the recognition of female artists in China. Click link to read the article.
Maria E. Piñeres's show Cheeky was mentioned by Reggie Casagrande in the blog LIPSTiCKtrACeZ on January 9, 2011.
John Jurayj was interviewed in the Cornell Daily Sun on September 12th. Click link to read the interview. Jurayj was also included in the review of Malleable Memory, a group exhibition that took place at Aicon Gallery in New York. Click link to read the review. Earlier this year Jurayj's exhibition Untitled (Undead) was reviewed by Sharon Mizota in the LA Times on Monday, April 26, 2010. Click link to read the review.
The Song Kun exhibition entitled Seeking the Recluse but Not Meeting was reviewed by Christopher Knight in the LA Times. Click link to read the review. The exhibition was also reviewed by Annie Buckley in the December issue of Art in America.
Dean Monogenis is featured in the September 2009 issue of the Georgia Review with reproductions of ten paintings.
Carolyn Castano's exhibition It's Complicated was reviewed by Christopher Knight in the LA Times. Click link to read the review. Castano's show was also reviewed by Ashley Tibbits in the June edition of Artweek. Click link to read the review.
Hung Liu's exhibition Rat Years 1948 1960 1972 1984 1996 2008 was reviewed by Jesi Khadivi in THE Magazine's December issue. An image of Rat Portrait 1 was used as the cover image. Click link to read the review.
The show Untitled (We Could Be Heroes) by John Jurayj was reviewed by Allison Gibson in DailyServing.com. Click link to read the review. The show was also reviewed in Artscene California by Annie Buckley. Click link to read the review.
Dean Monogenis is included in the newest edition of New American Paintings, Vol. 75 as the Curator's Recommendation.
Margarita Cabrera is mentioned in an overview of the show Phantom Sightings: Art after the Chicano Movement by Christopher Knight in the LA Times on April 15th. Click link to read the review. The show was also reviewed in the June issue of Artforum by Julia Bryan-Wilson and the June issue of Artweek by Annie Buckley.
Cynthia Ona Innis's show entitled Rally was reviewed in the LA Times by Holly Myers on March 28th. Click link to read the review. The show was also mentioned in Emma Gray's Top Ten Picks on Saatchi's Daily Magazine Blog in April 2008. Click link to read the blog.
Frank Ryan was included in an over view of Los Angeles based painters in an article entitled 45 Artists under 45 written by Christopher Knight in the LA Times on December 3rd.
A review of the Miami Art Fairs by Annie Buckley in Art Scene online contains a quote by Walter Maciel and an image of the booth. Click link to read the review and see the images.
A review of Lezley Saar's show entitled Tooth Hut was reviewed in the LA Times by Holly Myers on November 9th. Click link to read the review. The show was also included in the Critcs' Choice section of the LA Times on Sunday, November 18th and you can read it at the following link .
William Swanson is featured in the Artist Profile section of Art Ltd. in the November issue. Click link to read the editorial. Swanson was also featured in the October 11-17 edition of the LA Weekly with a review of his solo show at Walter Maciel Gallery. The review was written by Peter Frank and can be viewed by clicking this link.
Rebeca Bollinger is featured in the September issue of art ltd. with a review of her June show at Walter Maciel Gallery. The review was written by Sharon Mizota and can be viewed by clicking this link.
John Jurayj was recently added to the collection of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC and the Harvard Business School at Harvard University.
Margarita Cabrera is featured in the May issue of Artillery Magazine with a review of her recent show at Walter Maciel Gallery. The review was written by Annie Buckley and can be viewed by clicking this link. A review by Micol Hebron in Flash Art was published on page 99 of the May-June 2007 issue.
Hung Liu was featured in the LA Times on Sunday, September 24th with an interview by Suzanne Muchnic about her solo show at Walter Maciel Gallery. Click link to view the article. Liu was also mentioned in a larger overview of current shows in Los Angeles in the LA Times by Muchnic on Sunday, October 1st.
Andrea Cohen is featured in the October issue of ARTnews as the Curator's Pick by Rachel Somerstein. Click link to preview the feature. Cohen is also featured in a review of the exhibition The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas, New Sculpture at the Hirshhorn Museum of Art and Sculpture Garden. written by Blake Gopnik in the Washington Post. Click link to read the review.
Andrea Cohen and Cynthia Ona Innis are featured in the CROSSCURRENTS section on art and the environment in the August edition of ArtReview magazine written by Catherine Taft. Click link to preview the Innis page. Click link to preview the Cohen page.
Walter Maciel Gallery was mentioned in an overview of the Los Angeles gallery scene by Emma Gray in her column entitled "L.A. Confidential" on artnet.com. Click link to read the review.
Hung Liu and Rebeca Bollinger have been awarded public commissions at the new Oakland International Airport terminal. Liu will present a 160 foot glass panel wall along a pathway with etched imagery of the migration of birds incorporated with regional weather patterns of the Bay Area. Click link for images. Bollinger will combine digital imagery taken in interior and exterior environments throughout the Bay Area on several monitors that will be displayed as a multi channel media wall. Click link for images.
Walter Maciel Gallery hosted a fashion show by designer Donny Barrios of Crispin and Basilio during LA Fashion Week on March 22, 2007. Click link to preview the event.