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Crackle & Glow – Paintings @ Arlene’s Grocery in NYC

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NOWhere Limited put together a cozy group show of art at Arlene’s Grocery, an institution in NYC’s LES music scene. On view for the month of November 2013 at 95 Stanton St, NY, NY, it features paintings by artists:
Scott Lickstein, Joseph Meloy, Seth Mulvey and Elisha Sarti.


Crackle & Glow, paintings presented by NOWhere Limited at Arlene’s Grocery.
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Crackle & Glow - Paintings @ Arlene's Grocery in NYC
Invitation to Crackle & Glow, paintings presented by NOWhere Limited at Arlene’s Grocery.
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Crackle & Glow, paintings presented by NOWhere Limited at Arlene’s Grocery.
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Crackle & Glow, paintings presented by NOWhere Limited at Arlene’s Grocery.
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Jeffrey Gitei Hall: Plastic Gold Mine

THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #8
Jeffrey Gitei Hall at Chelsea, NYC’s Smallest Art Space.


Plastic Gold Mine, Jeffrey Gitei Hall, Metallic graphic Mylar, cardboard, brass wire and tape, 2013
On view @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited, Thursday, March 21, 2013, 6-8:30pm.

March 19, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – This Thursday evening, March 21, “Plastic Gold Mine,” a sculptural installation by Jeffrey Gitei Hall will be on view as the eighth exhibit at NOWhere Limited’s “All Roads Project.” It’s a one night only viewing, from 6 until 8:30pm, curbside on West 24th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues in the Chelsea neighborhood of NY, NY.

“The new sculptures aim to understand the ephemeral elements that affect the making and viewing of art,” says the artist. “My approach is to integrate the analysis of materials with the definition of an artwork independently from its medium. By defining the artwork’s behaviors and strategies, one can reinterpret the work each time it is recreated without losing essential meaning, even when its current medium becomes obsolete. It is working and creating with change.”

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
American artist Jeffrey Gitei Hall is known for his absurd and personal approach to formalism. Using banal, everyday materials like cardboard, plastic wrap, tape, and fabric, Jeffrey creates abstract sculpture and installations that are an investigation in reductive form and content. Jeffrey’s artwork references images, materials, and issues that are evident in science, philosophy, and art. The combination of these elements produces unique objects constructed through a bizarre set of reclaimed and repurposed behaviors. Although Jeffrey uses personal, historical and cultural context as elements within his work, he insists that his sculpture and installations are not about teaching or instructing the viewer.

Born in 1969, Jeffrey has lived in Japan and several cities in America while his father was in military service. He studied at the University of Nebraska-Omaha where he received a BFA in Painting and continued his training at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia where he received an MFA in Sculpture. He currently lives and works in New York, New York.

For more about Jeffrey Gitei Hall, please see:
http://local-artists.org/user/1165
http://dadsex.bandcamp.com/


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into one of Chelsea’s smallest art spaces.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

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Plastic Gold mine, Jeffrey Gitei Hall @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Plastic Gold mine, Jeffrey Gitei Hall @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Plastic Gold mine, Jeffrey Gitei Hall @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Plastic Gold mine, Jeffrey Gitei Hall @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Plastic Gold mine, Jeffrey Gitei Hall @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


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Angela Oaks – A Rainbow of Emotions

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THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #7
New Work by Angela Oaks Rolls into Chelsea, NYC on West 24th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, Thursday, March 7 March 14, 2013.


A Rainbow of Emotions, Angela Oaks @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited, Thursday March 7, March 14, 2013, 6-8:30pm.

March 12, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – This Thursday evening, March 14th, “A Rainbow of Emotions,” a solo exhibit by Angela Oaks marks the seventh show at NOWhere Limited’s “All Roads Project.”

For one night only from 6 – 8:30pm, ten new mixed media works by Angela Oaks will be on view at All Roads’ twenty square foot display on 24th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues in New York City. Links to buy and browse these works are now: here

Artist Statement
“I see the processes of making a poem and making a painting as very similar. I often use text in my paintings and always try to induce synesthesia in my attempts to mash-up music, text and images. I have a 14-year-old son who would help me a lot in the studio when he was younger, he and his friends. So I think my work can rightly be characterized as childish because in many cases I would allow the children to do the work itself. It can best be described as a collaboration. Call and response. I also like to use weird and abject materials along with paint, such as dirt and glitter. The impermanence of these materials recommends them to me. What I love most about art is the possessing of it, just the heaps of paintings hung salon style on the walls. I need that.”

For more about Angela Oaks, please see her web site: doghed.tumblr.com


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea’s smallest art space.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

EVENT PHOTOS:


A Rainbow of Emotions, Angela Oaks @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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A Rainbow of Emotions, Angela Oaks @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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A Rainbow of Emotions, Angela Oaks @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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A Rainbow of Emotions, Angela Oaks @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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A Rainbow of Emotions, Angela Oaks @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Joseph Meloy – Balancing Act

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THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #6
New Work by Joseph Meloy Rolls into Chelsea, NYC, Thursday, February 28, 2013.


Balancing Act, Joseph Meloy @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited, Thursday February 28, 2013, 6-8:30pm.

February 26, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – This Thursday evening, February 28th, “Balancing Act,” a solo exhibit by Joseph Meloy marks the sixth show at NOWhere Limited’s “All Roads Project.”

For one night only from 6 – 8:30pm, five of Meloy’s new mixed media works will be on view at All Roads’ twenty square foot display. Links to buy and browse these works are now: here

About the Artist
Joseph Meloy (b. 1982, New York City) coined the term Vandal Expressionism to tag his personal post-graffiti spin on abstract art. Drawing heavily from abstract expressionism, art brut, surrealism and pop art, Joseph incorporates some of the more primal elements of graffiti and the iconography of damage and intrusion from street art and turns the calligraphic scribbles of the street into a medium for artistic divination. Unencumbered by distinctions between the abstract and the figurative, Joseph’s work delves into the impulses of the subconscious, pouring them out onto canvas, paper and wall in an otherworldly yet distinctly urban visual language.

For more about Joseph Meloy, please see his web site: VandalExpressionism.com


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea’s smallest art space.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

EVENT PHOTOS:


Balancing Act, Joseph Meloy @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Balancing Act, Joseph Meloy @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Balancing Act, Joseph Meloy @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Balancing Act, Joseph Meloy @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Balancing Act, Joseph Meloy @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Ian Gamache: Strangers In The Night

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THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #5
New Work by Ian Gamache Rolls into Chelsea, NYC, Thursday, February 21, 2013.


Strangers in the Night, Ian Gamache @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited, Thursday February 21, 2013, 6-8:30pm.

February 19, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – This Thursday evening, February 21st, “Strangers in the Night,” a solo exhibit by Ian Gamache marks the fifth show at NOWhere Limited’s “All Roads Project.”

For one night only from 6 – 8:30pm, six of Gamache’s new mixed media works will be on view at All Roads’ twenty square foot display. Links to buy and browse these works are now: here

About the Artist
Ian Gamache is an artist living in Montreal. His work is rooted in the traditional mark making disciplines such as painting and drawing, but he also incorporates photography, collage, onsite projects and installation.

For more about Ian Gamache, please see his web site: IanGamache.com


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea’s smallest art space.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

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Strangers in the Night, Ian Gamache @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Strangers in the Night, Ian Gamache @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Strangers in the Night, Ian Gamache @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Strangers in the Night, Ian Gamache @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Strangers in the Night, Ian Gamache @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Scott Lickstein: Choice Cuts

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THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #4
Scott Lickstein at Chelsea, NYC’s Smallest Art Space.


Choice Cuts, Scott Lickstein @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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February 7, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – “Choice Cuts,” a solo exhibit by Scott Lickstein marks the fourth show at NOWhere Limited’s “All Roads Project.”

The twenty square foot art space featured three paintings and two drawings from Lickstein’s recent output. Links to browse these works are now: here

About the Artist
The fervent pursuit of visual art, his own and others, fills the days of Scott Lickstein. His personal work arises from the agitation caused by paradoxical maxims. Grinding disparate imagery sparks ideas and visual juxtapositions that the logical mind has instinctively denied. Humans have been for some time evolving beyond the early necessity of pure instinct. Robert Motherwell declared collage as the most important discovery of the twentieth century. He wasn’t referring to the idea of cut and paste. He was pondering the exploration of infinite potential. Contemporary life is ocular bombardment. Content is overlapped beyond the veil of the conscious mind. Control and manipulation of this data is the game for now and for the foreseeable future for this artist.

For more about Scott Lickstein, please see his web site: ScottLickstein.com


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea’s smallest art space.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

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Choice Cuts, Scott Lickstein @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Choice Cuts, Scott Lickstein @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Choice Cuts, Scott Lickstein @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Choice Cuts, Scott Lickstein @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Choice Cuts, Scott Lickstein @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Elisha Sarti: Junkmail Squared

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THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #2
The Return of Chelsea, NYC’s Smallest Art Space.


Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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January 25, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – Last night in the Chelsea art district of NYC, Junkmail², a unique one night exhibit by artist Elisha Sarti was the second show featured at NOWhere Limited’s latest project: All Roads. Links to works from this show are now: here

Elisha Sarti is a painter who works with acrylics, collage, found objects and colored pencil on a variety of substrates. Her imagery references advertisements, product packaging and pictures collected from the Internet. Her work’s textures often mimic nature’s deteriorating effects on machine-made items. For the ongoing series Junkmail², Sarti paints visual odes to disposable mass media like discarded menus, tabloid magazines and dish detergent labels on handmade paper discs she fabricates from reconstituted junkmail. In addition to working as a visual artist, Sarti is a co-director of NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art.

For more about Elisha Sarti, please see her web site: ElishaSarti.com


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea’s smallest art space.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Junkmail², Elisha Sarti @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.
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Don Porcella: Two Heads Are Better Than One

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THE ALL ROADS PROJECT EXHIBIT #1
The Debut of Chelsea, NYC’s Smallest Art Space.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.

January 18, 2013, New York, NY – NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art – Last night in the Chelsea art district of NYC, a unique one night exhibit by artist Don Porcella christened NOWhere Limited’s latest project: All Roads.

Porcella’s exhibit, titled Two Heads Are Better Than One featured four pipe cleaner sculptures, woven by hand with a self-created method the artist has developed and honed over time. These playful yet expressive figures evoke feelings of primordial existence, the earliest stage of “becoming.” The artist’s interest in nature and human evolution came from his youth spent exploring the Sierra Nevada wilderness in California and the American West. Now living and working in NYC, Porcella summons his earlier experiences in an animalistic call of the wild. By creating paintings, sculpture, drawings and installations from materials such as handmade wax and woven pipe cleaners, Porcella seeks to transform these low-brow materials and elevate them to a high art context, while simultaneously laughing at the human condition and presenting a unique world that is shamelessly awkward and unabashedly comical.

For more about Don Porcella, please see his web site: DonPorcella.com


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space.
Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea’s smallest art space.

Learn more about the All Roads Project: here
For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

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Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


Two Heads Are Better Than One, Don Porcella @ The All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited.


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New Exhibit Space: All Roads Project

NOWhere Limited presents: The All Roads Project
Chelsea, NYC’s Smallest Art Space Made its Debut January 17, 2013 on West 24th Street between 10th and 11th.

For press inquiries, please contact: nowhere [at] nowherelimited.com

Visit the exhibits section to see shows featured as part of All Roads.


NOWhere Limited’s All Roads Project is a new experiment in alternative exhibition space. Conceived with a “waste not want not” mentality, artists Elisha Sarti and Scott Lickstein, co-founders of NOWhere Limited, converted their SUV into Chelsea, NYC’s smallest art space. The unique 20 square foot display area featured a solo show of original pipe cleaner sculptures by Don Porcella as the inaugural exhibit.

“Almost exactly one year ago, we moved to New York City and made a habit of attending the weekly Thursday night openings in the Chelsea art district. This behavior led to a strong desire to include our sensibilities into the mix. Week after week, we’d park in the neighborhood until it dawned on us that we already had a space – albeit very small – in which to showcase the art that we care about most. In the coming weeks we will be holding one night solo exhibits in our bright red Jeep featuring work from artists in New York City and beyond.” – Scott Lickstein & Elisha Sarti


About NOWhere Limited
NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art retails, produces and exhibits editioned multiples and one-of-a-kind works by an adventurous new generation of artists. Since 2006, NOWhereLimited.com has specialized in connecting a worldwide audience of collectors and art enthusiasts with work that addresses a wide scope of contemporary styles and ideas. To learn more about NOWhere Limited, please see: http://nowherelimited.com/about_us


Past exhibits at the All Roads Project include shows by:
Don Porcella, Elisha Sarti, Steven Charles and Scott Lickstein. Future exhibits will showcase new work by Ian Gamache, Joseph Meloy, Angela Oaks and more.


Pictured clockwise from top left, shows in the All Roads Project Space: Scott Lickstein – Choice Cuts, Don Porcella – Two Heads Are Better Than One, Elisha Sarti – Junkmail², Steven Charles – Ocean Size.


Most often, the All Roads Project by NOWhere Limited is parked on W. 24th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues on Thursday evenings from 6 – 8:30pm.

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When Titles Fail – NOWhere Limited – Exhibition Photos

The latest show at NOWhere Limited is a fun and eclectic “salon-style” exhibit of paintings and mixed media pieces by some of Colorado’s most exciting artists.

When Titles Fail - NOWhere Limited - installation view - 2009
When Titles Fail, installation view, 2009.

“When Titles Fail” brings together work from Heather Taylor, Chris Huang, Max Kauffman, Craig Koch, Scott Lickstein, Ian Millard, Angela Oaks, Maggie Ross, Elisha Sarti and Greg Willson.

When Titles Fail - NOWhere Limited - installation view - 2009
When Titles Fail, installation view, 2009.

Most of the artists involved in this exhibition have several pieces on display. In an effort to maximize the dynamic of the show we chose to dispense the work throughout the gallery instead of segregating by artist.

When Titles Fail - NOWhere Limited - installation view - 2009
When Titles Fail, installation view, 2009.

The response to this arrangement has been very strong. We have found that visitors quickly discern differences in style by finding something they react to and visually scanning the room for more from that artist.

When Titles Fail - NOWhere Limited - installation view - 2009
When Titles Fail, installation view, 2009.

The pieces from “When Titles Fail” will be available on line at this link tomorrow, July 15th 2009 at 2pm Mountain.

When Titles Fail - NOWhere Limited - installation view - 2009
When Titles Fail, installation view, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Chris Huang - detail - 2009
Chris Huang, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Max Kauffman - detail - 2009
Max Kauffman, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Elisha Sarti - detail - 2009
Elisha Sarti, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Heather Taylor - detail - 2009
Heather Taylor, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Ian Millard - detail - 2009
Ian Millard, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Angela Oaks - detail - 2009
Angela Oaks, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Scott Lickstein - detail - 2009
Scott Lickstein, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Elisha Sarti - detail - 2009
Elisha Sarti, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Angela Oaks - detail - 2009
Angela Oaks, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Heather Taylor - detail - 2009
Heather Taylor, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Craig Koch - detail - 2009
Craig Koch, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Scott Lickstein - detail - 2009
Scott Lickstein, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Chris Huang - detail - 2009
Chris Huang, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Max Kauffman - detail - 2009
Max Kauffman, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Maggie Ross - detail - 2009
Maggie Ross, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Angela Oaks - detail - 2009
Angela Oaks, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Elisha Sarti - detail - 2009
Elisha Sarti, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Greg Willson - detail - 2009
Greg Willson, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Maggie Ross - detail - 2009
Maggie Ross, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Heather Taylor - detail - 2009
Heather Taylor, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Scott Lickstein - detail - 2009
Scott Lickstein, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Ian Millard - detail - 2009
Ian Millard, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Max Kauffman - detail - 2009
Max Kauffman, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Elisha Sarti - detail - 2009
Elisha Sarti, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Chris Huang - detail - 2009
Chris Huang, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Angela Oaks - detail - 2009
Angela Oaks, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Max Kauffman - detail - 2009
Max Kauffman, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Craig Koch - detail - 2009
Craig Koch, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Heather Taylor - detail - 2009
Heather Taylor, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Chris Huang - detail - 2009
Chris Huang, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Scott Lickstein - detail - 2009
Scott Lickstein, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Craig Koch - detail - 2009
Craig Koch, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Ian Millard - detail - 2009
Ian Millard, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail - Angela Oaks - detail - 2009
Angela Oaks, detail, 2009.

When Titles Fail
4 -26 July 2009
NOWhere Limited
Nederland, Colorado


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Maggie Ross – Imposing Views

Yesterday Maggie Ross transformed the front display window of our gallery, NOWhere Limited into a camera obscura. “Imposing Views” was a one day event in which visitors were offered the rare opportunity to have their portrait taken inside a camera.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

The front window was blocked off except for a small hole which was covered with a lens. The inverted image of our town was projected through the pinhole to a screen inside the gallery. Participants interacted with the camera inside and out with interesting results.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Our models showed excellent poise as exposure time for some of these photos was more than two minutes. Thanks to everyone that came out to bear their souls as part of this interactive installation.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross - Imposing Views - 2009
Maggie Ross, Imposing Views, 2009.

Maggie Ross
Imposing Views
8 July 2009
NOWhere Limited
Nederland, Colorado


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Mark Mothersbaugh – Exhibition Photos

This past weekend we opened a solo show of Mark Mothersbaugh’s rugs at NOWhere Limited. The special AP edition rugs are available in limited supply at this link.

Keep an eye out for the show report, coming soon to Mutato Visual. Also check out the great article that Vince Darcangelo wrote for the Boulder Daily Camera. The piece also ran on the front page of the Colorado Daily.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, NOWhere Limited, exhibition photo, 2009.

I love the quiet before the storm. One of the special privileges of owning a gallery is being able to spend time with the work without interruption. Experiencing the exhibit as a whole has, I feel, led me deeper into the world and mind of Mark Mothersbaugh. It has been a pleasure talking with everyone about these amazing rugs. The overwhelming sentiment has been that they “Really tie the room together.”

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark was working on a project in Vancouver but was able to carve out some time in his insanely busy schedule to talk to visitors via live video conference. He entertained a wide array of questions and proceeded to give us views of his hotel room, including the contents of the mini-bar. Mark also taunted DEVO fans with a demo disc for the first studio album in nearly twenty years. The album is due to be released this Fall. Keep in touch with Club Devo for details.

Mark Mothersbaugh - X-Ray Visionaire - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, X-Ray Visionaire (detail), 2009.

Thanks to everyone that kept the gallery packed this weekend. Special thanks to Mark’s representative Michael Pilmer for traveling to Colorado. We had a great time, looking forward seeing you again. And to all of the friends of NOWhere Limited that have come through again and again.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - opening night - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, opening night, NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, NOWhere Limited, exhibition photo, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - Devo Rope - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, Devo Rope (detail), 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, NOWhere Limited, exhibition photo, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - The Sleepover - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, The Sleepover (detail), 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, NOWhere Limited, exhibition photo, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - Hooded Imp - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, Hooded Imp (detail), 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, NOWhere Limited, exhibition photo, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - When He Fell Through The Trap Door Then Everything Started Going Wrong - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, When He Fell Through The Trap Door, Then Everything Started Going Wrong (detail), 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, NOWhere Limited, exhibition photo, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - Dive For Safety - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, Dive For Safety (detail), 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - opening night - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, opening night, NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - Hatching a Plot - (detail) - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, Hatching a Plot (detail), 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - still from video chat - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, still from video chat at NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - opening night - 2009
Mark Mothersbaugh, opening night, NOWhere Limited, 2009.

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - Exhibition Photo - 2009

Mark Mothersbaugh - NOWhere Limited - opening night - 2009

Michael Pilmer adjusts to mountain living - 2009

Mark Motherbaugh
RUGS! RUGS! RUGS!
30 May – 27 June 2009
NOWhere Limited
Nederland, Colorado


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