Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Nina Bovasso at Mulherin + Pollard

ADA gallery's John Pollard has curated Nina Bovasso into Mulherin + Pollard's first group show at their new gallery space in Manhattan's Lower East Side. Currently living in Amsterdam, New York born artist Nina Bovasso brings her talents back home in two shows this month. In the last week at Mulherin Pollard's gallery on 10th avenue, Nina's exhibit entitled 'What's Your Bubble?'is on view until the 28th of May, while over at our new space Bovasso exhibits some previous work never before seen in NYC. See our new space, Mulherin + Pollard at the end of Freeman's Alley ( off Rivington between Chrystie & Bowery) go to mulherinpollard.com for more info!

Mulherin + Pollard moves to LES!

John Pollard of ADA Gallery in Richmond, Virginia and Katharine Mulherin of Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects in Toronto, both veterans of the New York art world via fairs, joined together to battle The Big Apple in The Big Apple this past June. Not content with their new zip code, Mulherin and Pollard have uprooted their new venture and have brought their team spirit into the heart of the Bowery, opening Mulherin + Pollard at the end of Freeman's Alley (at Rivington between Chrystie & Bowery). Opening exhibit features work by Nina Bovasso, Bruce Wilhelm, Sojourner Truth Parsons, and Winnie Truong.




what's your bubble?


nina bovasso @ mulherin + pollard ( nyc )

Friday, May 06, 2011

Double Feature at Mulherin Pollard Project

Indulge in two great shows at one spot!
Reception May 6th from 6-8om

NINA BOVASSO

WHAT'S YOUR BUBBLE?

Bovasso's work can be found in the collections of: Collectie KPN, Netherlands; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; JP Morgan/ Chase Bank, New York, NY; MoMA, New York, NY; Deutsche Bank, NY/DE; among others. Her work has also been reviewed in Art Forum, The New York Times, Art in America, and TImeOut NY.

Nina’s drawings are so serious and so seriously fun.They’ll grab you by your arm hairs with decisive patterns and purpose driven colors then hold you close with dark seductive undertones. Mounds, legs, patterns in turmoil, all somehow intently interacting and morphing with their human counterparts, or parts of human counterparts.



BRUCE WILHELM
AIRLOCK
Recent exhibits of his work are Scope Basel Switzerland 2008 with ADA Gallery, Pass Me the Muster which included artists from The Royal Art Lodge in Meyers Gallery at The University of Cincinnati DAAP 2008,Side Effects May Vary at ADA Gallery 2008, and Action.Stop.Action at Vox Populi in Philadelphia 2008. Wilhelm currently lives and works in Philadelphia.
Asked to describe his latest series of paintings, "Airlock", Bruce says, "My recent work spans the distance from Shopenhauer's black box to Carl Sagan's Cosmos turned pizza box. Fueled by stoner thought experiments, I can make it to the megaliths of Mars."

James Trotter's work in Kansas City is talkin bout USA

AMERICA : NOW AND HERE includes tons of incredible artists such as Jeff Koons, Dana Schutz, Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, Chuck Close, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, David Salle, and JAMES TROTTER
and so many more (which you can find the full list and more info on this show here)http://kansascity.americanowandhere.org/artists/



HOTBOX

Just when you thought HotBoxes couldn't get any better.... ADA Gallery introduces it's brand spankin new ongoing project window gallery at ADA. The premiere HOTBOX exhibition features Richmond artist Thomas Condon, and is ready to roll for May's First Friday, May 6th... Tonight! So come down to ADA to check out the hotness of Hotbox with Thomas Condon.
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Little Scream of Laughter

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Nina Bovasso and Bruce Wilhelm at Mulherin Pollard Projects

Join us for the reception Friday May 6th from 6-8pm at Mulherin Pollard Projects

Nina Bovasso's What's Your Bubble? and Bruce Wilhelm's Airlock

Nina Bovasso presents a new series of small works on paper where her signature densely constructed, colorful, abstract ‘mound’ form is given levity with the addition of legs and feet appropriated from the human form, Disney and Breughel.

Richmond, Virgina born artist Bruce Wilhelm’s latest series of paintings take their inspiration from Shopenhauer's black box to Carl Sagan's Cosmos, turned pizza box. In Wilhelm’s psychedelic landscapes, he hopes to take the viewer to the megaliths of Mars.

This exhibition of two artists’ one-person shows, will be Mulherin and Pollard’s final exhibit at our Tenth Avenue space. A new Lower East Side location is soon to be announced.