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galleryELL digital or physical exhibition

Process & Progress

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galleryELL’s John Ros will moderate a panel discussion, Process & Progress with BASELINE curator Melissa Staiger, and artists Sophia Chai, Jeff Fichera, Rhia Hurt, MaDora Frey and Beatrice Wolert.

Saturday, 30 January 2016, 3pm
@ Trestle Projects

400 3rd Ave, 2ND FL, Brooklyn, New York 11215 [MAP]

BASELINE

BASELINE
25 January – 24 April 2016
curated by Melissa Staiger

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galleryELL is proud to present BASELINE, a new exhibition curated by Melissa Staiger that explores artists’ connection to materials, texture and surface.

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Sophia Chai
Jeff Fichera
MaDora Frey
Rhia Hurt
Beatrice Wolert

Melissa Staiger is the 2016 Curator-in-Residence at Trestle Projects.

BASELINE is presented in collaboration with Trestle Projects, which is hosting a physical exhibition from 15 January – 12 February 2016, with an Artist Panel Discussion on Saturday, 30 January 2016, 3-4p, moderated by galleryELL’s John Ros.

Four: Drawing Two

Four: Drawing Two
07 – 27 December 2015
organized by studioELL

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galleryELL is proud to host this inaugural studioELL exhibition presenting the pilot online Drawing Two course offered this term.

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studioELL is galleryELL’s space for studios, residencies and courses. studioELL officially launched in Summer 2015. This Drawing Two online pilot program was initiated, in part, because the students and professor worked together in a physical Drawing 1 course. This relationship allowed them to create individual and group rapports and establish a culture of higher learning. This experience, and the desire to continue working together, was the impetus for developing this online studio course. A new lesson was presented each week. After completion, the students presented their work and discussed the work of their fellow students in the virtual classroom. The group also met physically in London during the middle of the course. Group and one-on-one discussions where exchanged with the professor each week.

studioELL is testing possible models at which effective learning in fine art can be executed. This course along with future pilot courses will help create models from which to form a wider studio program, both digitally and physically. This way of working maintains studioELL’s identity as a hybrid, transient entity, continually evolving and adapting to best fit the current needs of the times.

like galleryELL, studioELL is not-for-profit. Though we do not have official 501c3 status all revenue goes directly back into funding future projects. Though we will pay professors in the future, all revenue for this course went to fund the start up platform. We are proud to be artist-run and artist-funded. Donations are graciously accepted.

More information about studioELL can be found here, along with courses, and upcoming residencies.

sluice_ 2015 is HERE!

Join us @ the 2015 sluice__ Art Fair in London, GB.

View new works by participating galleryELL artists, as well as a new site-specific piece by galleryELL founder, John Ros, as part of The Missing Chapter, a group exhibit running throughout the fair curated by sluice_’s Charlie Levine.

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Participating galleryELL Artists

   Joel Bacon
   Fiona Buchanan
   Don De Mauro
   Jodi Hays
   Anna Hoberman
   Nancy Hubbard
   Kirsten Nash
 

Times & Location:

Thursday, 15 October 2015
   2 – 5p / VIP Preview
   5 – 8.30p / Private View

Friday – Sunday, 16 -18 October
   11a – 6p / open to public

Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH UK
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artists@WAR

artists@WAR
07 October 2015 – 24 January 2016
curated by john ros

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On this fourteenth anniversary of the official US-lead War on Terror, artists@WAR is a visual discussion of war posited as a new antiwar movement.

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Nigel Cox
Madeline Djerejian
Emma Finch
Mikhail Gubin
Aksel Haagensen
Linda Hubbard
Michal Huss
Shreepad Joglekar
Eric Juth
Caroline King
James Moore
Nikkita Morgan
Jad Oakes
Julia Owens
Lara Proctor
Eleana Stoikou
O. Yemi Tubi

sluice__Art Fair 2015

galleryELL is excited to be participating in the biennial sluice__Art Fair in London, UK, this October.
 

This October sees the return of one of the UK’s most important art fairs – and we’re not talking about frieze.
Jack Hutchinson

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The 2015 edition of sluice__ will host approximately 35 artist/curator-run and emerging galleries from around the world.

sluice__ positions itself in the centre of London during Frieze week in order to create a space for critically engaged art that finds itself in conflict with the hyper commercialised environment of the art fair as trade fair. sluice__ is thereby a counter-balance to the predominant model. sluice__ occupies the form of the art fair but is not beholden to the art fair model in its current state.

sluice__ is an art initiative run by an artist, a curator and an art educationalist. Since its inception in 2011, sluice__’s emphasis has been on open and collaborative practice, with a strong program of education, performance and publishing. sluice__ is a critical platform which takes on different guises (including art fairs, expos and exhibitions) to investigate the very nature of art and its relationship to commerce.
 

Participating galleryELL Artists

   Joel Bacon
   Fiona Buchanan
   Don De Mauro
   Jodi Hays
   Anna Hoberman
   Nancy Hubbard
   Kirsten Nash
 

Location & Times

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Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street
South Bank, London SE1 9PH UK

Thursday, 15 October 2015
   12 – 2p / Press Preview
   2 – 5p / VIP Preview
   5 – 8.30p / Private View

Friday – Sunday, 16 -18 October
   11a – 6p / open to public
 

DADU: conversations catalogue

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The DADU: conversations catalogue is HERE!

Download digital catalogue for this exhibition.
View complete conversations series catalogue on issuu.

DADU: conversations
DADU inaugural reception: 13 June 2015, 6-8p

On view through August 2015 (by appointment).
VISIT the DADU : conversations SHOP.

Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADU), city and codes-given name for tiny homes on one’s property, is anything but that. DADU houses friends, art work and a studio. DADU, Jodi Hays’ studio and workshop (in the alley of 12th between Forrest and Gartland) will host its first pop-up of a series: conversations, a collaboration between Director/Artist Jodi Hays (East Nashville) and Curator/Artist John Ros (galleryELL, NYC/London).

DADU is located @ 1203B Forrest Avenue (in the alley between Gartland and Forest Avenues) East Nashville, TN 37206. (map)

Three-part conversations series on galleryELL.com:
conversations: SPACE&time
conversations: /HOME/
conversations: exterior—interior