Selected Alumni News and Events
Satomi Shirai’s Home from Home, her first solo exhibition in Europe, opened April 13,
2011 at Micheko Gallery in Munich.
Jessica Mein’s Verso Reverso, her first NY solo exhibition, opened Sunday, April 17 at Simon Preston Gallery. The exhibition ran through May 29.
Changha Hwang’s first solo show, Three-Fold, opened at B Contemporary, featuring sixteen new works by Hwang. More information: www.bcontemporary.com
Molly McFeydk, who was awarded the 2011 Tony Smith Award, is one of two applicants accepted in the PhD program for Digital Arts and Experimental Media at University of Washington, Seattle.
Rigau is a curator at the de la Cruz Collection in Miami. "Fighting Kissing Dancing," an exhibition he
designed and organized (December 2010-October 2011), showed the work of alumni Michael Murphy and Bryan Zanisnik, and
will travel to the Fabric
Workshop in Philadelphia.
Behar became Assistant Professor of New Media at Baruch College in September
2010. Individual exhibition: Compositions for Bit. Judson Church, New York City, NY, USA. December, 2010; group
exhibition (selected) Green Screen
Dreams. Curated by Nat Trotman, in association with the 2011 Armory
Show. The Big Screen Project, New York City, NY, USA. March, 2011; conference
presentation (selected) “Trans/national perspectives on the production and
consumption of Asian American visual culture”. Panel for the 2011 Association
for Asian American Studies Conference. New Orleans, LA, USA. May, 2011.
Mary Birmingham (MA) was made the new Curator at the Visual Arts Center for New Jersey. Check out this article on it: njmonthly.com/articles/lifestyle/new-vision-for-art-center-in-summit.html
Jeff Hatfield and Peter Brown (MFA) founded the Brooklyn Guild and the LA Guild (produce displays for Louis Vuitton, Nike, Apple, etc.).
Danielle Mysliwiec (MFA) is now an Assistant Professor of Art at American University.
Allyson Spellacy is Artist Liaison at Gogosian LA.
Zilvinas Kempinas participated in the 2009 Venice Biennale (Lithuanian Pavilion).
Julia Jacquette had an exhibition "Water, Liquid, Hair" at Ann Kustera, March 31 - May 21, 2011. She is also a professor of Art at FIT. More info: www.annakustera.com
Dominic Nurre had a solo show at Asia Song Society (through May 2011).
Fabian G. Tabibian’s recent activities include: 2011 Skowhegan Alliance Alumni Committee, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture; 2011 Selected for New American Paintings 2011 MFA Edition.
Nicky Enright’s recent activities include: Rights of Passage in- the Latino Video Art Festival of NY; an Outbound Residency in Bangkok, Thailand through in NYC; DJ performance at in conjunction with this ; participating in the program of the Bronx Museum (exhibition this summer 2011).
(MFA 2010 Combined Media) has a studio in Long Island City, where she runs an
editorial and translation business specializing in art- and
architecture-related texts. Additionally, she is co-organizer--alongside Prof.
Paul Shaw--of the Legacy of Letters summer tour of northern Italy, focusing on
the history of Latin letterforms from ancient times to the present
(inscriptions, manuscripts, incunabula, letterpress, graffiti, etc.). More information:
Bryan Zanisnik’s work was included in a 2011 group show, "Not The Way You Remembered," at the Queens Museum of Art. For further information, see:
Omer Fast was in the 2008 Whitney Biennial where he won the Bucksbaum Family Foundation award. In 2010, his work "Nostalgia" was featured at the Whitney.
In 2010, Jules de Balincourt had a solo show at Deitch Projects.
Evan Gruzis had a solo show at Deitch Projects in 2008.
Johnston Foster shows at Rare Gallery.
Jim Wright shows at Rare Gallery.
Don Porcella shows at Claire Oliver Gallery.
Tom Sanford shows at Leo Koenig Gallery.
Jeff Sunhuse is represented by Jack Tilton/Anna Kustera