Clay Club at SculptureCenter
Saturday August 18, 2018 10am-2pm
Alisa Baremboym, ektor garcia, Ficus Interfaith, Steffani Jemison, Sara Magenheimer, and Jesse Wine
SculptureCenter was founded as Clay Club in 1928 by sculptor Dorothea Denslow. While Clay Club’s art courses and exhibitions generally took place in Denslow’s Brooklyn studio, or, slightly later, in a carriage house on West 8th Street, the organization’s artists and students gathered on Staten Island every summer from 1928 to 1939 to picnic and collectively build temporary monumental sculptures out of natural clay
On Saturday August 18, SculptureCenter will revive its founding summer tradition by inviting six artists to reconsider the idea of group sculpture that motivated the original Clay Club parties.
SculptureCenter’s Long Island City exhibition space will open to the public with more than two thousand pounds of clay available for participation in artist-led projects or for free use.
Join us from 10am to 2pm, for music, food and drinks by local vendors, and drop-in art projects. This program is free, open to the public, and for all ages. No RSVP is required.
Week one schedule here
Wed Jul 25
Alissa Bennett + Nastie Band
Screening all day:
3 by Sara Magenheimer
Opening 9th May 6pm
10th May – 30th June 2018
Bureau des Réalités
327 Chaussée de Neerstalle
1190 Brussels – Belgium
Art and Theft will have its Canadian Premiere at the Images festival on Friday April 13th, 2018 5:00pm – 7:00pm
NOON, a new installation in the 231 Bowery window gallery of the New Museum, is now on view until April 15, 2018. Concurrent with the exhibition is the Screen Series, which is showing 6 of Magenheimer’s videos:
Nothing Comes from Talking (But Sound) (2012)
Seven Signs that Mean Silence (2013)
Slow Zoom Long Pause (2015)
From the Movie of the Same Name (2016)
Best is Man’s Breath Quality (2017)
Art and Theft (2018)
From the New Museum:
Magenheimer presents a new video installation in the window of the New Museum’s 231 Bowery building. This project is part of a new series of window installations, which relaunches the program the New Museum originally mounted in the 1980s. In conjunction with her window installation, a selection of Magenheimer’s films is also on view as part of the Museum’s ongoing Screen Series. This project is curated by Margot Norton, Curator.
On the occasion of her project, Magenheimer has also completed “Notes on Art and Resistance A–Z,” a downloadable PDF. Written by the artist over the course of the past year, following the 2016 US presidential election, the text comprises a sequence of personal meditations on making art in a time of profound political and social change.
Sara Magenheimer’s work will be in the group show, “I Am A Scientist” at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, curated by Sadie Laska.
The show’s opening is Friday, January 19th. The exhibition will be up until February 24th.