The Green Gallery
1500 N Farwell Ave
Milwaukee WI, 53202
Rochelle Feinstein - Rachel Harrison - Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff -
Kaspar Müller - David Robbins - Michael Smith - Frances Stark
curated by Patrick Armstrong
Exhibition: January 1 - February 7, 2015
Wednesday through Saturday 2pm - 6pm
The Green Gallery - Oak Park
125 N. Harvey Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302
Law & Order: Night Journey
Reception: February 1, 2015 2-4pm
The Green Gallery - Paramount RanchParamount Ranch
2903 Cornell Road
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
American Fantasy Classics: Mezzenga's Hollow
Image: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA
hours: January 31 - February 1, 2015 11am - 5pm
Amy Yao & Tyson Reeder
Thursday, February 5th — Public Opening, 6–10PM
Friday, February 6th — 11–8PM
Saturday, February 7th — 11–8PM
Sunday, February 8th — 11–5PM
Two Steve Wetzel Screening in New York
UnionDocs Center for Contemporary Documentary Art, Jan 31, 7:30 pm
Steve Wetzel will be exhibiting several videos never seen in New York. In fact this group of works has never been seen much outside the Midwest. Each is inspired in its own way by observational documentary, ethnographic film and video, and the rich and hugely diverse body of experimental time-based art. In addition Steve will read a few passages from two of his short collections of writings published by the Green Gallery Press (Occasional Performances and Wayward Writings, 2010, and[Pause], 2014). The forms and subjects addressed in the writings range from essays and lectures on love, public space and mentorship, to email correspondences and interviews about teaching and art practice. Both texts will be available for purchase at the screening.
Steve Wetzel will be joined by Pacho Velez for a conversation following the screening.
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Anthology Film Archives (NYC Flaherty, Americana), Feb 3, 7 p.m.
Kevin T. Allen, Jean-François Caissy and Steve Wetzel will be present for a post-screening discussion.
Mobility. Eccentricity. Entrepreneurship. This program delivers a delightfully haphazard portrait of the United States as viewed through quintessential artifacts: Kevin T. Allen takes us on a tour of repurposed ghost towns; Jean-François Caissy turns his camera on the audience at a demolition derby; and Steve Wetzel captures the beautifully cracked inventions of a midwestern man trying to turn his house into the future. Tying it all together, the American Road: Jørgen Leth’s motion picture postcards from his journey across America.
[Pause] by Steve Wetzel (2014, Green Gallery Press)
Broadway and 96th Street New York, NY
September 23, 2014-February 01, 2015