Peter Barrickman ‘Untitled Melodies’ at Green Gallery

Peter Barrickman ‘Untitled Melodies’ at Green Gallery

The Shepherd Express

2/08/24

Peter Barrickman is what many would call a painter’s painter, a label that means little on its face, but also suggests an abiding interest in the medium’s deeper possibilities. Even in its sloppiness the term implies a certain commitment to the potential of the medium beyond superficial results, and a reciprocity with other practitioners. His current exhibition “Untitled Melodies” at Green Gallery through March 1 is a gift to those painters and confirms that one artist’s faith in his internal pursuit might lead, with persistence, to another’s visual salvation.

The 12 paintings in the exhibition operate between representation and abstraction. This in itself isn’t notable as most painters working today migrate between these realms to some degree; however, Barrickman’s particular approach arrives at a seductive ambiguity that pushes each mode aside on its way to a space of its own. It’s a space beholden to neither and satisfying both. The works in the exhibition evolve from three basic natural conceits: winter landscapes, fulfillment centers, and fires.

To Boldly Go: William Shatner, Celebrity Artist. By David Robbins

To Boldly Go: William Shatner, Celebrity Artist. By David Robbins

12/27/2023

William Shatner is that rare thing: an actor you can think about apart from his roles. His iconicity isn’t that of the movie star; however many movies he’s acted in (seventy some), he never became one. He is, instead, a creature of television. Following a decade of journeyman work in that medium, in the mid-60s, he rocketed to fame as Captain James T. Kirk, commander of the starship Enterprise, as part of an ensemble cast in Star Trek, a sci-fi, outer-space series that was at once earnestly ground-breaking in its socially conscious storylines; visually distinctive (all those candy-colored monochrome interiors!); and charmingly cheesy. From that launch pad, without access to genuine movie-star iconicity – you’ve either got it or you haven’t – Shatner achieved his own fame by other means. Rather than coloring within the settled lines of the Hollywood model in the manner of, say, Clint Eastwood or Cary Grant, Shatner jettisoned the cover of make believe and traveled his act around the whole of pop culture, sampling, dabbling, collaborating, hustling, and laughing all the way to the next gig. Now, the audience’s eye follows not a series of icon-modeling fictions, but the real-world adventures of the beloved William Shatner as he ping-pongs inside the system of show business.

 

ArtSeen 50 Paintings

ArtSeen 50 Paintings

The Brooklyn Rail

12/16/2023

Given my interest in painting, I found myself going to Milwaukee to see an exhibition that promised to be taking the pulse of contemporary American painting—all the works in it had been made in the last five years. A show of fifty paintings by fifty different painters who the curators claimed were defining the field of contemporary painting seemed a bold move, amidst the general confusion that has been generated by AI, market manipulation, auction house publicity, critical pronouncements, and a general cultural malaise that has lingered since the 1990s. How could any critic resist such a challenge; what could an exhibition indexed to the simple subject of “Painting,” offer? Whatever the curators’ intentions, 50 Paintings seemed to be a brave attempt to bring some discernment to a confused situation.

Reading & Book Release; Chuck Stebelton, One Hundred Patterns & Three Heuristics

Thursday, November 30th from 7 - 8pm

11/25/23

Thursday, November 30th from 7 - 8pm

The Green Gallery. 1500 N Farwell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202

One Hundred Patterns and Three Heuristics responds and corresponds to artist Michelle Grabner’s late 2021 exhibition by the same title, inspired by Grabner’s perpetual interest in patterns of collective continuance within fields of wondrous difference. In One Hundred Patterns and Three Heuristics we see an exacting use of quotation, repetition, and difference in the pattern field where language harmonizes with itself: Echo, regard this // House finch, / rosefinch, fringilline.  

Landscape, habitat, flora, fauna, art. Each of these things can be fragmented to a perilously small presence as priority and bandwidth are granted to so-called "information" at the expense of intimacy and direct observation. Here poetry is a preserve of presence and humor, human emotion and attention to language. 112 pages.

The Green Gallery in Milwaukee is making contemporary art accessible to everyone

The Green Gallery in Milwaukee is making contemporary art accessible to everyone

12/31/2023

MILWAUKEE — One of the most unique art galleries in Milwaukee is hiding in plain sight.

The Green Gallery is a free commercial, conceptual, and contemporary art gallery inside of a mid-century building reminiscent of Americana drive-thru car culture.

"I originally started the gallery basically to serve my community. I was seeing amazing artists in this community that weren’t getting opportunities to show at other commercial galleries or other institutions in the region. And I thought as an artist myself, if I’m having this experience, I know others are too," John Riepenhoff, The Green Gallery owner and artist, said.

David Robbins, High Entertainment, available now.

David Robbins, High Entertainment, available now.

9/23/2023

High Entertainment by David Robbins argues for a category of cultural production that combines the experimental ethos of art with the accessibility of entertainment. High Entertainment’eschews the specialized, exclusionary language on which art has increasingly come to depend, in favor of a communication model that extends and elevates the pop grammars to which we are exposed from our earliest years.

Bringing together a selection of essays, an interview, and an artwork which explore the development of this framework, this book touches upon four decades of Robbins’ engagement with the idea of High Entertainment—starting from the 1980s, through its moment of clearest resolution with the advent of digital technology, all the way to the present.

Published by reliable copy, 2023. 120 pages.

Mariah Robertson’s Fantastical Abstractions Flip Photography on Its Head

Mariah Robertson’s Fantastical Abstractions Flip Photography on Its Head

“Everything counts & local reality” is open from September 13 to October 28 at Van Doren Waxter, 23 East 73rd Street in New York City.

9/13/2023

When the contemporary artist Mariah Robertson first started playing around in her darkroom with light-sensitive paper, hand-applying chemicals and trying out different exposure techniques, a whole new world opened up. Colors bled and burst. Streaks and specks were features, not bugs. All the carefully laid out rules of traditional photography now felt mutable. “I thought, This is totally insane,” she says. “I had no idea this was possible.”

In the 15 or so years since those first happy accidents, Robertson has honed her practice of camera-less photography, creating ferocious photograms with explosions of pigment that slingshot you to another dimension. Thirteen such transportive works go on view today at Van Doren Waxter in New York. The featured photograms in “Everything counts & local reality,” all made this year using a type of photographic paper called RA4, conjure distant galaxies.

Back to School Book Sale at The Green Gallery Shop

Back to School Book Sale at The Green Gallery Shop

9/9/ 2023

Back to School Book Sale at The Green Gallery Shop runs this week only! Up to 20% off select books. Get on-sale prices from Poor Farm Press, Green Gallery Press, and more. Come in person to waive a shipping fee and see our current show Rama Lama Ding Dong from Mike Paré. Also, check out our new releases Omicron by Peter Barrickman and High Entertainment by David Robbins. Find our titles at the following shops: Woodland PatternInga Bookshop, Birchbark Books & Native Arts, and Ooga Booga Store.Flyer designed by our amazing intern Nomka Enkhee.

Whom

Whom

9/9/2023

Featuring works by Christian Boltanski, Robert Filliou, Lyle Ashton Harris, Cary Leibowitz, Sherrie Levine, Liliana Porter, David Robbins, Thomas Ruff, August Sander, Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons, Lorna Simpson, James Van Der Zee, and David Wojnarowicz. Portraits depict truths, fictions, and spaces between. Aspirations, desires, and, sometimes in retrospect, faults show through. The works in “Whom,” made over the past 100 years, each engage issues of identity, perception, time, change, and control

Kaoru Arima: FAUST IN MARIENBAD, by Rosen Green at Green Gallery

Kaoru Arima: FAUST IN MARIENBAD, by Rosen Green at Green Gallery

Shepard Express, by Shane McAdams

8/3/2023

A gripping connection is made when Kaoru Arima’s portraits along the Green Gallery’s long, marquee wall meet our eyes. Their gazes are piercing, event haunting. Their manner is expressive, and the paint application juicy and loose. They flirt for a second with the legacies of soul capturers like Alice Neel, David Hockney, and Max Beckman. However, as time is spent with each individual 25 x 20 inch-portrait, their individuality begins to dissolve. And as soon as it does, the presence of the portraitist begins to grow in its place. It does this so incrementally, and so reciprocally, that it seems to address a deeper psychological phenomenon about the relationship between artists and subjects in general. 

Dominique Knowles, The Viscosity of Grief

Dominique Knowles, The Viscosity of Grief

Written by Annie Bush

7/1/2023

Grief is viscous. It so often cannot be contained in a singular vessel, and when it is expressed in art, that singular grief belonging to an artist might bleed through the canvas, and, maybe gently, maybe violently, flow into the viewer. To consume art made as a product of grief can very often mean, even in the smallest of ways, to become a part of that grief. To participate in art made out of loss is to dampen oneself with that aqueous sadness, to gain, to lose, all at once.

Michelle Grabner at James Cohan

Michelle Grabner at James Cohan

Gallery Exhibition at 48 Walker Street

6/28 - 7/28/2023

James Cohan is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Michelle Grabner, on view from June 28 through July 28 at 48 Walker Street. This is Grabner’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. The gallery will host an opening reception with the artist on Wednesday, June 28 from 6-8 PM.

Katy Cowan, FIGURETHROUGHCONTOUR, DRIFT

Katy Cowan, FIGURETHROUGHCONTOUR, DRIFT

6/21 - 7/5/2023

Philip Martin Gallery is pleased to present, “FIGURETHROUGHCONTOUR, DRIFT," an online exhibition of new works on paper by Berlin-based artist, Katy Cowan. The rich surfaces and deep spaces of Katy Cowan's works-on-paper explore color, line, shape, texture and pictorial volume.

Sky Hopinka, 2023 Baloise Art Prize

Sky Hopinka, 2023 Baloise Art Prize

6/15/2023

Sky Hopinka has been named one of two winners of the 2023 Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel.

Dominique Knowles on Platform for Alt-Basel

Dominique Knowles on Platform for Alt-Basel

6/12 - 7/4/2023

The Green Gallery is pleased to announce its participation on Platform for Alt-Basel. We will be  presenting works by Dominique Knowles. Two works by the artist are featured for a limited time through Platform's site.

Dominique Knowles, My Beloved at Hannah Hoffman Gallery

Dominique Knowles, My Beloved at Hannah Hoffman Gallery

2504 W 7th St., Suite C, Los Angeles, CA 90057

6/3 - 8/5/2023

Opening reception on Saturday, June 3 

In the newest series of paintings by Dominique Knowles, scale and gesture are framed within conditions of intimacy and loss. The exhibition’s framework was spurred by the artist’s desire to honor his horse that passed away in 2021. His ongoing period of mourning results from the sacred relationship between rider and horse, a connection marked by trust and reciprocity. Knowles compares the painting of a horse to the brushing of one. The mode of composing his works mimics that of equine care, from the wide sweeps on large surfaces to concentrated performances on smaller ones. To feel the bristles glide across a body and effectively translate this requires the mining of corporeal memory. A poetics of mark-making is thus established and remains integral to Knowles’s practice. Observe the delicacy of each brushstroke, as he lovingly painted these objects of grief and desire.

Martine Syms, Loser Back Home, Sprüth Magers

Martine Syms, Loser Back Home, Sprüth Magers

6/2 - 8/26/2023

Garnering widespread attention for her work that combines conceptual grit, humor and social commentary, Martine Syms has emerged in recent years as one of the defining artists of her generation.

Mari Eastman + Peter Barrickman on Platform May

Mari Eastman + Peter Barrickman on Platform May

5/1-31/2023

The Green Gallery is pleased to announce its participation on Platform for the month of May. We are presenting works by Mari Eastman and Peter Barrickman. Four works by each artist are featured for this limited time through Platform's site.

Mestiere Biennale 2023, featuring Sheila Held

Mestiere Biennale 2023, featuring Sheila Held

Contemporary Craft in Greater Milwaukee

4/6 – 8/13/ 2023

The Villa Terrace Art Museum invites you to experience the inaugural “Mestiere Biennale,” a juried craft and decorative arts exhibition highlighting five Greater Milwaukee artists who exhibit mastery in their discipline. The exhibition builds upon the legacy of craft and decorative arts in Wisconsin. Presenting contemporary takes on historic craft and celebrating craft as artmaking, “Mestiere” highlights the continued relevance of craft to our lives and to art.

MOCA Artist Film Series

MOCA Artist Film Series

Sky Hopinka Selection of recent films

3/30/2023, 6pm

Katy Cowan, gods on a bridge

Katy Cowan, gods on a bridge

Miles McEnery Gallery

3/16 - 4/22/2023

John Riepenhoff named Sculpture Milwaukee’s 2023 curator

John Riepenhoff named Sculpture Milwaukee’s 2023 curator

Milwaukee Record

1/24/2023

Sculpture Milwaukee today announced John Riepenhoff will serve as curator for the 2023 exhibition, which will open this summer and be on view through October 2024. Now in its seventh year, Sculpture Milwaukee is an annual outdoor exhibition of public sculpture in downtown Milwaukee. The organization serves as a catalyst for community engagement, economic development, and creative placemaking.

Sky Hopinka book release, Poor Farm Press

Sky Hopinka book release, Poor Farm Press

book release available at NADA Miami & online

11/29/2021

Published on the occasion of the exhibition of Sky Hopinka's work at the Poor Farm, Manawa, WI USA, 2019-2020

Text by: Sky Hopinka, Michelle Grabner Carl Bogner with Oliver James Moon, Lindsay Nixon, Michael Rakowitz, John Riepenhoff, Jackie Wang, Julie Niemi, and Almudena Escobar López

Edited by Joe Riepenhoff, designed by Nat Pyper, installation photos by Myrica von Haselberg

204 pages, color, perfect bound with linen cover.

A New International Fair Peddles Pocket-Size Art

A New International Fair Peddles Pocket-Size Art

Barely Fair in Chicago will feature miniature contemporary works in shoe-box-size booths.

9/11/2019

Claire Voon for the New York Times on Barely Fair

Sky Hopinka at The Poor Farm

Sky Hopinka at The Poor Farm

For its 11th year, Poor Farm is hosting a solo presentation of work by Sky Hopinka as well as several returning ancillary projects.

8/2-3/2019

Mention in New York Magazine, participation in MECA, San Juan, PR

Mention in New York Magazine, participation in MECA, San Juan, PR

With the MECA Art Fair, San Juan’s Art Community Rises Again By Shirine Saad

11/28/2018

NADA Miami Beach

NADA Miami Beach

12/6–9, 2018

11/21/2018

NADA Miami

showing: Peter Barrickman, Mari Eastman, Michelle Grabner, Sheila Held, Margaret Lee, Tyson Reeder, & Emily Sundblad

The 16th edition of the fair, to be held December 6–9, 2018 at Ice Palace Studios, is dedicated to showcasing new art and to celebrating the rising talents from around the globe.

NADA holds a renowned art fair to vigorously pursue our goals of exploring new or underexposed art that is not typical of the “art establishment.” NADA Miami is the one of the only major American art fairs to be produced by a non-profit organization, and is recognized as a much needed alternative assembly of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing with emerging contemporary art.

FRONT INTERNATIONAL

FRONT INTERNATIONAL

CLEVELAND TRIENNIAL FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

7/14 – 9/30/ 2018

FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art is an exhibition comprised of artist commissions, performances, films, and public programs that will launch its inaugural edition in July of 2018. An American City: Eleven Cultural Exercises, in collaboration with museums, civic institutions, and alternative spaces across Cleveland, Akron and Oberlin, will showcase an ambitious roster of projects, including performance and theater throughout the landscape and built environment. With a roster of national, international and area-based artists at all points in their career, FRONT will examine the ever-changing and politically urgent conditions of an American city.

Michelle Grabner is the Artistic Director and some participating artists include: Paul Druecke, Sky Hopinka, Microlights Cinema, and Martine Syms among others.

PETER BARRICKMAN AT NATHALIE KARG GALLERY

PETER BARRICKMAN AT NATHALIE KARG GALLERY

ELWOOD ARMS

6/18- 23/2018

Nathalie Karg and the Green Gallery are delighted to present a special one week exhibition of new paintings by the Milwaukee-based painter Peter Barrickman. The show takes its name, Elwood Arms, from an apartment building in Milwaukee that was home to countless artists, writers, and musicians, and was afectionately nicknamed after its caretaker and most senior tenant.

 

The show is comprised of eleven acrylic and oil paintings inspired by buildings such as Elwood Arms and their high-ceilinged lobbies. The transient space of a lobby—a place of continual coming and going—becomes a metaphor for the open narrative potential of painting. Considering the ways a painting simultaneously denies and allows reading, Barrickman’s continual experiments with alternating forms and repeating colors create a transitional visual space in which the public expression of the artist meets with the private experience of the viewer. Put in the artist’s own words, “it is a formal renewal that serves to clarify and awaken the subject.”

 

The show will be accompanied by the release of the artist book, Burnt Plastic (Magazine, 2018).

MARY NOHL AND THE WALRUS CLUB

MARY NOHL AND THE WALRUS CLUB

Kohler Art Center

6/23/ 2018 — 6/23/2019

Arts Center curators collaborated with Polly Morris, executive director of the Lynden Sculpture Garden and administrator of the fellowship, in selecting eight past recipients of the Nohl Fellowship to participate in the exhibition. The gallery will feature new works by Cecelia Condit, Kim Miller, Sonja Thomsen, Sheila Held, Sarah Luther, Anne Kingsbury, Maggie Sasso, and Robin Jebavy, and Mary Nohl pieces from the Arts Center’s collection.

John Michael Kohler Arts Center , 608 New York Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081

Turpenoid

Turpenoid

featuring Olivia Blanchard / Andy Hall / Scott Reeder / Tyson Reeder

8 -10pm Sunday, 1/21/2018

live at Circle-A-Café

932 E Chambers St Milwaukee, WI

Summer of Love

Summer of Love

Organized by Sean Blott of Bahamas Biennale Featuring: American Fantasy Classics / Chris Bradley / Jacob Goudreault / Hannah Levy / Carly Mark / Bailey Scieszka / Dylan Spaysky / Lauren Taylor / Brad Troemel

1/20/2018

NADA Beach Miami 2017

NADA Beach Miami 2017

12/7/2017

Ice Palace Studios
1400 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136

booth 7.07

Anne Eastman

Rainer Ganahl

Sheila Held

Sky Hopinka

Andrew Kuo

Margaret Lee

Michelle Grabner

Tyson Reeder

 
 
David Robbins at Museo Madre

David Robbins at Museo Madre

12/7/2017

Shoreline Picnic

Shoreline Picnic

Paul Druecke

09/09/2017

Mecca Art Fair

Mecca Art Fair

San Juan, PR

6/1/2017

Andrew Kuo

Michelle Grabner
Paul Anthony Smith

Paul Anthony Smith

Company Brewing

5/20/2017

Paul Anthony Smith
May 20th 5 - 10pm

Comapany Brewing
735 E Center St
Milwaukee, WI 53212

Greatest Skips

Greatest Skips

Nicholas Frank

2015

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"On Comedy and Agency" excerpt from a talk at the Universtiy of South California

"On Comedy and Agency" excerpt from a talk at the Universtiy of South California

David Robbins

04/27/2016

Gavin Brown Ad by David Robbins

2014

Paul Druecke Book Release Reading

Paul Druecke Book Release Reading

Life and Death on the Bluffs

5/23/2014

May 23, 2014 - 7pm

 

Woodland Pattern Book Center

720 East Locust Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
NADA NY 2014

NADA NY 2014

Peter Barrickman

5/9/2014

May 9 - 11, 2014
Dallas Art Fair 2014

Dallas Art Fair 2014

4/11/2014

April 11-13, 2014
 
Nicholas Frank
Michelle Grabner
Evan Gruzis
Margaret Lee
David Robbins
Emily Sundblad
Spencer Sweeney
The Suburban

The Suburban

Evan Gruzis

4/6/2014

April 6, 2014
2-6pm
 
125 North Harvey Avenue
Oak Park, Illinois 60302
Material Art Fair 2014

Material Art Fair 2014

Michelle Grabner & Spencer Sweeney

2/6/2014

booth E2
 
Hilton Mexico City Reforma
Av. Juarez #70, Col. Centro
Mexico City, Distrito Federal, 06010
Mexico
 
Thursday, February 6th — Preview (Invitation Only), 12—6PM | Public Opening, 6–10PM
Friday, February 7th — 12–9PM
Saturday, February 8th — 12–9PM
Sunday, February 9th — 11–7PM
 
New Gravity

New Gravity

Tony Matelli

2/5/2014

February 5 – May 11, 2014

Davis Museum

106 Central St
Wellesley, MA 02481
Paramount Ranch

Paramount Ranch

Scott Reeder & Ken Kagami (with Misako & Rosen)

2/1/2014

February 1 - 2, 2014
11am - 5pm

2903 Cornell Road
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
 
NADA Beach Miami 2013

NADA Beach Miami 2013

12/5/2013

David Robbins
Emily Sundblad
Spencer Sweeney
Anicka Yi

PREVIEW BY INVITATION
Thursday, December 5
10AM–2PM

FREE
Thursday, Dec 5; 2PM–8PM
Friday, Dec 6; 11AM–8PM
Saturday, Dec 7; 11AM–8PM
Sunday, Dec 8; 11AM–5PM

booth 508
The Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33141

Michelle Grabner

Michelle Grabner

I Work From Home

11/1/2013

November 1, 2013 — February 16, 2014

MOCA Cleveland
11400 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
Kaspar Müller

Kaspar Müller

I Shrunk the Kids

10/19/2013

19 October – 1 December 2013

Kunsthalle Bern
Helvetiaplatz 1
CH–3005
Bern, Switzerland

SUNDAY Art Fair 2013

SUNDAY Art Fair 2013

The Green Gallery presents Amy Yao and Tyson Reeder

10/17/2013

Ambika P3 
35 Marylebone Road 
London NW1 5LS 

Opening hours: 
Thursday 17th – Saturday 19th: 1PM – 8PM 
Sunday 20th: 12PM – 5PM 
 
 
2013 Carnegie International

2013 Carnegie International

Tobias Madison

10/5/2013

October 5, 2013 – March 16, 2014

Carnegie Museum of Art

4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Evan Gruzis

Evan Gruzis

Current Tendencies III

9/21/2013

August 21– December 22, 2013

Haggerty Museum of Art
13th and Clybourn
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 
Milwaukeeists: 1996-2006

Milwaukeeists: 1996-2006

curated by Nicholas Frank

9/12/2013

September 12 - October 3

 

Location:
UW-Green Bay Lawton Gallery

2420 Nicolet Dr

Green Bay, WI 54311

Artists include: Carla Arocha, Art-Street-Window, Kiki Anderson, Michael Banicki, Stephanie Barber, Peter Barrickman, Sarah Boland, Tate Bunker, Chaza Show Choir, Bobby Ciraldo, Ray Chi, Theresa Columbus, Cecelia Condit, Paul Druecke, Nicholas Frank, James Franklin, Jennifer Geigel Mikulay, General Store, Brent Goodsell, Michelle Grabner, Green Gallery, Willie Gregory, Yasuhiro Ikeguchi, Anna Johnson, kaboom!press, Brad Killam, Annie Killelea, George Kuchar, Didier Leplae, Xavier Leplae, Julie Lindemann & John Shimon, Frankie Martin, Michael Mikulay, Milhaus, Kim Miller, Jennifer Montgomery, Jennifer Novack, Neo-Post-Now, Paperrad, Scott Reeder, Tyson Reeder, John Riepenhoff, David Robbins, David Shrigley, Kirsten Stoltmann, Andrew Swant, Renato Umali, UWM Film Department, Steve Wetzel, Anne Windells, Naomi Wyoming, ZeroTV



film/video screening Milwaukeeists Onscreen on September 18 - 7 pm
programmed by Carl Bogner & Ben Balcom

 

Location:Neville Public Museum of Brown County
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI 54303

Milwaukee Premiere: NEVER FOREVER by Prince Rama

Milwaukee Premiere: NEVER FOREVER by Prince Rama

At Club Nutz, Green Gallery

7/11/2013

Poetry Club @Club Nutz

Poetry Club @Club Nutz

Rob Baumann, Danielle Rosen, Rachel Sanders, and Steve Strupp With special host: Sara Caron

7/05/2013

Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad

Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad

OFF VENDOME Für die Kinder Düsseldorfs

6/22/2013

Anicka Yi in SOME END OF THINGS

Anicka Yi in SOME END OF THINGS

Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel

5/25/2013

47 CANAL, GAVIN BROWN'S ENTERPRISE, HERALD STREET, SANTOS PARTY HOUSE, THE MODERN INSTITUTE, THE GREEN GALLERY, AND WHITE COLUMNS PRESENT: SUNDAY NIGHT FEVE

47 CANAL, GAVIN BROWN'S ENTERPRISE, HERALD STREET, SANTOS PARTY HOUSE, THE MODERN INSTITUTE, THE GREEN GALLERY, AND WHITE COLUMNS PRESENT: SUNDAY NIGHT FEVE

with Eric Duncan (Dr. Dunks / Rub N Tug), Spencer Sweeney (Emergency Party), Matthew Higgs (White Columns), Nick Relph (GBE)

5/12/2013

Santos Party House 
96 Lafayette St
New York, NY 10013
 
 
May 12, 2013
upstairs
Doors @ 10 PM 
21+
$10
The Green Gallery at NADA NY 2013

The Green Gallery at NADA NY 2013

Solo booth by Nicholas Frank

5/10/2013

The Green Gallery at the Dallas Art Fair 2013

The Green Gallery at the Dallas Art Fair 2013

4/12/2013

New Work by:
 
Drew Heitzler
José Lerma
Tobias Madison and Kaspar Müller
Charles Andresen
Michelle Grabner
Evan Gruzis
Kerstin Brätsch
Peter Barrickman
"19516 kilometers from Milwaukee or 12126 miles”

"19516 kilometers from Milwaukee or 12126 miles”

At Misako & Rosen

3/14/2013

Misako & Rosen Kita-otsuka, 3-27-6, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 170-0004, Japan
 
Curated by The Green Gallery and MISAKO & ROSEN
March 14-31, 2013
Reception: Sunday Brunch March 17 1-3pm
Slide Talk show 3pm  "Eventful Goings - on in Place we've Traveled" by John Riepenhoff, Jeffrey and Misako Rosen
 
Scott Reeder
Soshiro Matsbara
José Lerma
Yui Yaegashi
Shimon Minamikawa
Michelle Grabner
Matthew Higgs
Nicholas Frank
Ken Kagami
       
 
WILDNESS AFTER PARTY

WILDNESS AFTER PARTY

Circle A Café

2/21/2013

NADA booth images on Contemporary Art Daily

NADA booth images on Contemporary Art Daily

12/10/2012

Artadia NADA Award to Margaret Lee

Artadia NADA Award to Margaret Lee

12/6/2012

Green Gallery at NADA Miami Beach 2012 - Booth 508

Green Gallery at NADA Miami Beach 2012 - Booth 508

12/6/2012

New Work by:
 
- Margaret Lee
- Matthew Higgs
Kerstin Brätsch
- Tobias Madison
- Emanuel Rossetti
- Kaspar Muller
- Michelle Grabner
 

December 6th - December 9th, 2012

The Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33141

DavidRobbinsArtist.com Launch

DavidRobbinsArtist.com Launch

2012

We are pleased to participate in the launch of www.davidrobbinsartist.com, the official website of artist and writer David Robbins. Known for pioneering hybrids of art and entertainment in such seminal works as Talent (1986) and The Ice Cream Social (1993 - 2008) as well as his influential books The Velvet Grind (2006), Concrete Comedy (2011), and High Entertainment (2009), Robbins' widely varied production--artworks, comic objects, comedies, entertainments, writing, television--overruns categories and eludes institutional programming. "I've sought to re-wire entertainment to include material culture, which traditionally had been the domain of the art context, and also to expand our idea of comedy. That's what I've been up to for the past twenty-five years!"  The new website represents our first opportunity to consider the full range of an independent imagination who has created a singular cultural location.
 
Michelle Grabner named curator for Whitney Biennial

Michelle Grabner named curator for Whitney Biennial

11/29/2012

Richard Galling at the 9th Annual Nohl Fellows Exhibition

Richard Galling at the 9th Annual Nohl Fellows Exhibition

10/5/2012

October 5 – December 9, 2012

The Green Gallery at the Expo Chicago - Booth 813

The Green Gallery at the Expo Chicago - Booth 813

New work by Gaylen Gerber, Evan Gruzis & Magaret Lee

9/27/2012

Michelle Grabner: THE INOVA SURVEY

Michelle Grabner: THE INOVA SURVEY

7/27/2012

July 27-September 23, 2012

Inova/Kenilworth

2155 N. Prospect 
Milwaukee, WI 53202
 
Fire at The Green Gallery West & Storage

Fire at The Green Gallery West & Storage

7/17/2012

Center Street Artist's Fund

Center Street Artist's Fund

7/12/2012

The Secret Choreographer: Atopical Bandaids (After Calabrese)

The Secret Choreographer: Atopical Bandaids (After Calabrese)

John Riepenhoff Experience

7/7/2012

 
Pepin Moore, Los Angeles
7 July – 11 August 2012
 
 
 
Another installment in a new sequence of The Secret Choreographer’s activities, the 3-and-a-half minute video Atopical Bandaids (After Calabrese) features a dance designed for its backdrop, the Kristin Calabrese painting Art as Bandaid2011. Collaborator Nicholas Frank’s sculptural setting for the video is designed specifically to fit the confines of the head-sized John Riepenhoff Experience. The Secret Choreographer responds to Calabrese’s rendering of hidden wounds and compounded healing, while Frank offers edges and refractions to multiply and complexify the physical and emotional equation.
 
 
Interview with Anicka Yi - zingmagazine

Interview with Anicka Yi - zingmagazine

6/1/2012

José Lerma, The Credentialist

José Lerma, The Credentialist

5/19/2012

José Lerma

The Credentialist

At the CAM Raleigh May 19 - September 2, 2012

25 Years of Talent curated by Michelle Grabner

25 Years of Talent curated by Michelle Grabner

5/2/2012

25 Years of Talent
curated by Michelle Grabner


Marianne Boesky Gallery

May 2 - June 16, 2012

 
 
Wonderland Magazine Interview with Evan Gruzis

Wonderland Magazine Interview with Evan Gruzis

4/25/2012

Close Encounters the 4th annual Dallas Art Fair by Linda Yablonsky

Close Encounters the 4th annual Dallas Art Fair by Linda Yablonsky

4/15/2012

Dallas Art Fair 2012

Dallas Art Fair 2012

4/12/2012

Preview: April 12, 2012
Fair: April 13 - 15, 2012
 
The Green Gallery will be participating in the Dallas Art Fair in April. 
 
Images of UNITED BROTHERS at The Green Gallery West on Contemprary Art Daily

Images of UNITED BROTHERS at The Green Gallery West on Contemprary Art Daily

4/2/2012

Read the interview of MICHELLE GRABNER with Barry Schwabsky in the Brooklyn Rail

Read the interview of MICHELLE GRABNER with Barry Schwabsky in the Brooklyn Rail

3/12/2012

Read the interview of MICHELLE GRABNER with Barry Schwabsky in the Brooklyn Rail

Link:
http://www.brooklynrail.org/2012/03/art/michelle-grabner-with-barry-schwabsky
 
The John Riepenhoff Experience Presents Minor Mistakes by Jeni Spota

The John Riepenhoff Experience Presents Minor Mistakes by Jeni Spota

3/3/2012

933 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

The John Riepenhoff Experience Presents 
Minor Mistakes by Jeni Spota


Reception: March 3, 7 - 9 pm
Exhibition: March 3 - April 72012 
 
The Green Gallery and Club Nutz w/ friends in the Joshua Tree Desert

The Green Gallery and Club Nutz w/ friends in the Joshua Tree Desert

2/25/2012

Sky Village Swap Meet
7028 Theatre Road
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
 
 
Visit The Green Gallery and Club Nutz w/ friends in the Joshua Tree Desert this weekend!:
 
8am - 2pm February 25, 2012
 
Spencer Sweeney Egyptian Violet,  Sara Clendening The Planets

Spencer Sweeney Egyptian Violet, Sara Clendening The Planets

At Night Gallery

2/24/2012

Night Gallery

204 S. Ave 19
Los Angeles, CA 90031

 

Spencer Sweeney Egyptian Violet 
Sara Clendening The Planets
 
 

Exhibition: February 24 - March 8, 2012

Reviews of Michelle Grabner's Cottage Work

Reviews of Michelle Grabner's Cottage Work

2/2012

Reviews of Michelle Grabner's Cottage Work
 
 

Michelle Grabner at The Green Gallery - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Green Gallery at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2012

The Green Gallery at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2012

1/25/2012

Booth B23
The Barker Hangar 
3021 Airport Avenue 
Santa Monica, California 90406
 
Handler - Western Exhibitions

Handler - Western Exhibitions

A Series of Collaborative Sculptures Presented By John Riepenhoff

12/9/2011

A series of collaborative sculptures presented by John Riepenhoff featuring:

Peter Barrickman

Nicholas Frank
Richard Galling
Michelle Grabner
Greg Klassen
José Lerma
Scott Reeder
Tyson Reeder
 
Exhibition: Friday, December 9, 2011 - January 21, 2012
 
Western Exhibitions
119 N Peoria St Suite 2A
Chicago, IL 60607
NADA Beach Miami 2011

NADA Beach Miami 2011

47 Canal / The Green Gallery Booth 510

12/2011

TV Commercial for Michelle Grabner Show by David Robbins

2011

Club Nutz - Performa Magazine

Club Nutz - Performa Magazine

11/20/2011

David Robbins interviewed about the Concrete Comedy book on Artbook

David Robbins interviewed about the Concrete Comedy book on Artbook

9/29/11

Dressing the Monument

Dressing the Monument

Lynden Sculpture Garden

9/25/2011

Lynden Sculpture Garden
2145 W. Brown Deer Rd.
Milwaukee, WI
 
Reception: September 25th --- 4:30 - 7:30PM
Exhibition: September 25th - November 27th, 2011
 
Participating artists: Tobias Madison & Kaspar Müller (Switzerland); Hannah Weinberger (Switzerland); Nicholas Frank (Milwaukee); Michelle Grabner & Brad Killam (Chicago); Lucas Knipscher (New York); John Miller (New York) & Richard Hoeck (Vienna); David Robbins (Milwaukee); and Anicka Yi/Matt Sheridan Smith (New York). 
 
The exhibition is curated by Piper Marshall, assistant curator, Swiss Institute, NY, and John Riepenhoff, Green Gallery, Milwaukee, in association with Polly Morris, Lynden’s executive director.
 
 
 
Emily Sundblad and Matt Sweeney For Shirley Collins

Emily Sundblad and Matt Sweeney For Shirley Collins

2015

The eleventh release from ‘The Sound of White Columns’ is a collaborative work between artist/gallerist Emily Sundblad and guitarist Matt Sweeney.
 
Side A: ‘False True Love’, ‘Bad Girl’, ‘Polly Vaughn’, ‘Locks and Bolts’, ‘The Irish Girl’
Side B: ‘I Drew My Ship’, ‘Dearest Dear’, ‘Death and the Lady’, ‘The Time Is Right’, ‘I Wonder If I Care As Much’
 
Vinyl 12” LP, Edition of 500 copies
featuring album artwork by Peter Miles.