ALL OF US AT CONTEMPORARY WING WOULD LIKE TO WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
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● IVORY TOWER (RECAP). Thanks to all who took time from the hustle and bustle of the Miami art fairs to visit “Ivory Tower.” It was a hugely successful debut for Contemporary Wing, and we would like to extend special thanks for their assistance with this exhibition to: Deborah Shelton Tynes, Veronica Jackson at The Jackson Design Group, Bill Apter at Avitecture, and John Gargus at Christie Digital. If you missed the exhibition, please check out an amazing photo-recap, courtesy of “Look into my Owl.”
● NEXT GENERATION (FEBRUARY/MARCH 2012). Our inaugural exhibition in Washington, D.C., opens February 4, 2012, at 1250 9th Street, NW. “NEXT GENERATION” complements the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s exhibition of Mera and Don Rubell’s collection, “30 Americans,” on display through February 12, 2012. For “NEXT GENERATION,” Contemporary Wing invited each artist represented in the “30 Americans” exhibition to identify one or two American artists that he or she believes is a critical “up and comer” of the next generation. Selected artists from Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Baltimore, and Richmond, VA, among other places, will be announced in January. A catalog will accompany the exhibition with critiques by Kalia Brooks, Exhibitions Director at MoCADA (Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts) in Brooklyn, NY.
Contemporary Wing would like to extend special thanks to CASRiegler Real Estate Development for its generous support.
● I’M COMING HOME. (MAY/JUNE 2012) Appropriately named for Contemporary Wing’s first exhibition in its home gallery space at 1412 14th Street, “I’m Coming Home” is a solo exhibition of new works by gallery artist, Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi relating to home life and domestic space in Iran.
For more information about the gallery and exhibitions, please visit contemporarywing.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
header image: Paul D. Miller (DJ Spooky), Ice Sonification, Antarctica Project, DVD, 8:08 minutes, edition of 5 + 2 AP, 2011. Courtesy of Look into my Owl and the Artist