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Images from Frances Stark’s exhibition Intimism
Uh-Oh: Frances Stark 1991-2015 at the Hammer Museum previewed in the New York Times.
Azimi, Negar, “Frances Stark and the Art of Narcissim,” T: The New York Times Style Magazine, August 31, 2015.
Piejko, Jennifer, “Intimism Isn’t Over: Frances Stark at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Modern Painters, September 2015.
Newcity Art “RECOMMENDED Intimism, a term associated with paintings of domestic scenes filled with family and friends, expertly describes the video and digital offerings in this expansive, beautiful and playful show. Leave it to Stark, best known for “My Best … Continue reading
MFA No MFA tumblr site, with Fact Sheets “A Few Good Reasons to Drop Out of Art School,” by Roger White The New Yorker MFAs Boycott Graduation, Hyperallergic USC7 Respond to Roski School Dean both by Matt Stromberg Hyperallergic “Roski … Continue reading
Screening: My Best Thing June 11, 2015 6:00-8:00pm Price Auditorium The Art Institute of Chicago
“Kelley’s ‘fierce rage at institutions’ also stuck with her. On that note, Ms. Stark is displeased about USC’s acceptance of a $70 million donation from Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre to create the Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business … Continue reading
June 16, Dia Artists on Artists series Tickets & info here!
Complex Education: Paying Homage A presentation by Frances Stark Sunday, January 19, 2014 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM more info: http://momaps1.org/calendar/view/483/
“Virtual Curb Crawling, Lurkers & Terrorists Who Just Want to Talk, by Darren Tofts in Alephbet: Essays on Ghost Writing, Nutshells & Infinite Space “Unmade Beds: Dwelling and Dreamspace” by Kirsty Bell in The Artist’s House: From Workplace to Artwork
My Best Thing will be on view on Vdrome’s website and at MOCA Detroit, Vdrome’s new physical site, from Sep 20-29. Introduced by Lauren Cornell. http://www.vdrome.org * “Vdrome is an online platform that offers regular, high quality screenings of films … Continue reading
Both recent and older works, including major videos from the last several years, will be on view at the newly opened Stoschek Collection in Düsseldorf. The exhibition opens September 6 at 7pm; all are invited! About the collection: “The JULIA STOSCHEK … Continue reading
My Best Thing is screening July 13th and 14th at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London as part of ICA Student Forum’s show Manga Made: “Looking to establish a reading beyond a Western portrayal of gender in illustration, Manga … Continue reading
An excerpt of Frances Stark’s 2011 film My Best Thing in on view as part of “Life Work” — an online exhibition curated by Amy Owen for Little Paper Planes. Please visit http://www.littlepaperplanes.com/exhibition-full/173-life-work
Frances Stark’s series of cat videos, beginning in 1999, are included in the current group show at White Columns in New York City called “The Cat Show.” More on the White Columns website here. They are also available for viewing … Continue reading
Frances Stark is exhibiting a new series of photographs in a two-person feature booth with Marc Foxx Gallery, alongside new paintings by Sanya Kantarovsky.
“To mark the 150th anniversary of the Tube, Art on the Underground has invited 15 leading contemporary artists from countries spanning the UK, USA, Bulgaria, Poland, Germany and South Korea each to create an image for reproduction as a poster … Continue reading
Frances Stark to participate in upcoming Carnegie International: “The 2013 Carnegie International brings together 35 artists from 19 countries, including a series of large-scale commissions throughout the museum and beyond. Three major projects join what is, in essence, a conversation among artworks, … Continue reading
South London Gallery will screen “Structures That Fit My Opening and Other Parts Considered in Relation to Their Whole” (2006) on May 1st, 7pm. For more info and to reserve tickets visit: http://southlondongallery.org/page/who-runs-may-read-2
Sylvia Sleigh at Tate Liverpool
‘Memento Mori’: A reflection on mortality, choices in life
Friends with Benefits