StereoType Wins Award for Excellence

Association of Art Museum Curators has honored StereoType with an Award for Excellence in the category of Best Exhibition in an Institution with an Operating Budget Under $4 Million. Certificates were presented to Ginger and Judy at the Brooklyn Art Museum during the AAMC annual meeting, May 2015.

Students Swamp Evan Roth

The opening week of Evan Roth//Intellectual Property Donor at Wesleyan University reached into the lives of students as they filled his workshop on hacking, overflowed the auditorium spellbound by his talk, and in the gallery, continued animated conversations with him. A panel discussion, front page coverage in the student newspaper, and hanging around in the gallery, evidence the chord this exhibition is touching on campus.

View the Lecture Here

TED

Re-print

Artists Reclaim the Common, just published by International Sculpture Center Press, re-prints Judy’s 2004 piece on Patrick Killoran.

Judy in the September issue of Sculpture Magazine.

Judy’s interview with Beverly Pepper will be in the September issue of Sculpture Magazine.

c2 has a feature article in the July/August Sculpture Magazine, titled “Art at the Table: Lucy + Jorge Orta”

The cover essay touches on the issues within their concurrent exhibition, FOOD, WATER, LIFE / LUCY + JORGE ORTA, as well as their upcoming Philadelphia Meal project.

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C2 SELECTED AS A FINALIST FOR OUTSTANDING UNIVERSITY EXHIBITION BY AAMC

The American Association of Museum Curators has selected FOOD-WATER-LIFE—LUCY+JORGE ORTA as one of the five exhibitions to compete for its 2012 AAMC Award for Outstanding University Exhibition which is incredibly exciting. A vote by the AAMC’s membership will determine the top achiever.

C2 organized this exhibition for the Tufts University Art Galleries (http://artgallery.tufts.edu/exhibitions/traveling.htm) where it opened in September 2013. After its run at the Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, the show is waiting for Spring 2014 to go to the Johnson Museum at Cornell University and then the Peeler Art Center at De Pauw University.

c2 Awarded Boston Society of Architects Grant for StereoType

The newly renovated BSA Space at the Boston Society of Architects will host StereoType in September 2014. The award was announced in December 2013 and Ginger and Judy are already working to ensure a successful inauguration in Boston and a tour to follow. They are delighted to work with Lyn Rice and Astrid Lipka of Rice+Lipka Architects in New York on the exhibition design and hope to realize an innovative epublication as well.

BSA Opening

Not Your Grandmother’s Chair

Ginger will be speaking at the International Institution for Conservation biannual conference in Vienna on September 12. The subject is timely, interesting, and relates to many upcoming and past c2 projects, including Mechanical Couture and MashupModern.

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J. MORGAN PUETT AWARDED PRESTIGOUS USA FELLOWSHIP GRANT

J. Morgan Puett (center) who, with Mark Dion (left), instigated Mildred’s Lane Renovating Walden at Tufts University Art Gallery, fall 2011, has been awarded a USA Fellowship Grant, a $50,000 award to support her work (on the right is Grey Rabbit Puett).

http://www.usafellows.org/

MARLOES TEN BHOMER AWARDED STANLEY PICKER FELLOWSHIP AT KINGSTON UNIVERSITY AND GALLERY, UK

The London-based designer whose work introduced and featured in both WOWdesign and Mechanical Couture, has received this prestigious grant to enable a year of research to develop and produce a new concept of the shoe, in materials, construction technique and aesthetics.

www.stanleypickergallery.org/fellowship/

NOT A TOY. Fashioning Radical Characters

ATOPOS presents ARRRGH! Monsters in Fashion at the Benaki Museum, Athens,

Greece with our essay included in the catalogue NOT A TOY. Fashioning Radical

Characters, edited by Vassilis Zidianakis, ATOPOS CVC, published by Pictoplasma

Publishing, Berlin, 2011.

http://www.atopos.gr/

August Ventimiglia: Sculpting the Line

Sculpture Magazine, June 2011, published Judy’s article on the work of August Ventimiglia.

http://www.downextra.com/e-book/549953-sculpture-magazine-june-2011.html

Yael Taragan Wins International Award

Israeli designer Yael Taragan is a winner of the first Interaction Design Contest: Bringing the Internet of Things with her entry that commissioned for the exhibition Mechanical Couture: Fashioning a New Order. She was awarded a scholarship for a master’s at the Instituto de Diseño, Arte y Tecnología, Barcelona, where she will study digital art and interactive design. http://www.interactiondesigncontest.com/?lang=en

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Published by Kalejdoskop

David Svennson’s artist book, Mot mitten och försvinnandet/Towards the Middle and Into Absense includes a text by Judy.

Finnish Fund for Art Exchange

Finnish Fund for Art Exchange (FRAME) awards Ulrich Museum of Art 10,000 Euros to support the exhibition ART ON SPEED.

NOT A TOY: Contemporary Characters in Fashion

ATOPOS Cultural Organization in Athens, Greece is publishing our essay in NOT A TOY: Contemporary Characters in Fashion. The book is a collaboration between ATOPOS www.ATOPOS.gr and Pictoplasma, www.pictoplasma.com, the worldwide leading organization on contemporary characters. Valerie Steele, Claire Wilcox, Jose Teunissen, Ted Polhemus and Lydia Kamitsis are other contributors. The book features designers includingWalter van Beirendonck, Issey Miyake, Bas Kosters, Gareth Pugh and NOKI and will be released in April 2011.

National Endowment of the Arts

National Endowment of the Arts awards Tufts University Art Gallery $25,000 to support the exhibition

Mildred’s Lane/Renovating Walden: J.Morgan Puett and Mark Dion, to open in Fall 2010.

Étant donnés awards c2 curatorial research grant

c2 has been awarded by Étant donnés: the French-American Fund for Contemporary Art one of three curatorial research grants for 2009 to support organizational work on the exhibition in development LUCY+JORGE ORTA: Collaboration.

Exhibition catalogues earn awards

The catalogues that accompany our recent exhibitions are winning lots of awards. Blown Away, designed by

Studio Blue, was recognized by ID Magazine.

The Power of Fashion re-published

The Power of Fashion: About Design and Meaning, originally published by ArtEZ Press in the Netherlands, is now being re-published in both Russian and Chinese. The publication includes Ginger’s essay, which originally accompanied the exhibition Fashion: The Greatest Show on Earth, an exploration of fashion shows as performance art.

The Andy Warhol Foundation supports Under Control

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has supported Under Control, to open at Krannert Art Museum in fall 2009, with a grant of $75,000.

Stereoscopic Vision Clarissa Tossin

Coded Couture

MetaModern

Ever feel like you’ve seen just one too many Eames chairs? 

June 2015 No. 236 by Jenna Dunca see more…

MetaModern — top 10 things to see see more…

PinPoint on Krannert Art Museum see more…

Interview with Fernanda Fragateiro see more…

A thoughtful critique see more…

In depth interview with book designer, James Goggin, who unveils the design process for this publication. see more…

MetaModern opens at Krannert Art Museum see more…

MetaModern opens on campus see more…

ArtDaily spreads the word see more…

Curators and artist introduce the exhibition see more…

A nice shoutout from the campus community see more…

Art critic offers full introduction to MetaModern see more…

A twist on traditional modernism see more…

Cincinnati Art Museum to Host MetaModern Show see more…

STEREOTYPE

General Press

StereoType at Selby Gallery see more…

Not your usual typefaces see more…

International Artists Explore Font as Art, see more…

Another typographical direction see more…

Spanish language press coverage see more…

Eye Magazine – StereoType: New Directions in Typography see more…

Boston Globe – Ideas section online – an edited version appeared in print on Sunday Nov 16 see more…

DAMN magazine see more…

BostInno see more…

BostInno – extra piece see more…

Boston Magazine see more…

Arts Boston see more…

AIGA: Breaking “StereoTypes”: 14 artists answer: what is typography anyway? see more…

typorn.org see more…

Arts Boston see more…

Event sites – Boston

Party Creative Lab Facebook page: see more…

Just Dial website see more…

zvents website see more…

boston.eventful.com see more…

Consulates and Embassies

French Embassy in the United States see more…

Dutch Culture US see more…

Artists’ sites

Oded Ezer website see more…

Dominique Falla website see more…

dhv, Architects of identity see more…

Alida Sayer website see more…

York University, Canada see more…

York University, Canada see more…

Other

examiner.com see more…

Atlantic Wharf website see more…

atlanticwharfoffice.com see more…

Rice + Lipka Architects see more…

Other

Design Walk- STEREOTYPE EXHIBIT OPENS IN BSA SPACE BOSTON see more…

Chris Cross Architecture – Field Trip Fun see more…

FOOD-WATER-LIFE—LUCY+JORGE ORTA

GastroVision: the Ortas’ work located theoreticall – read the article

TEDxTalks – Clouds a way to transport water: Lucy Orta at TEDxWWF – watch the video

Tufts Observer – FOOD WATER LIFE – read the article

The Boston Globe – Artists with conscience: Husband-wife duo use whimsy to comment on social issues – read the article

The Tufts Daily – ‘Food-Water-Life’ defies modernist cliche – read the article

Wesleyan University – Make Art (and Intelligent Policy) Not Violence – read the article

Your Public Media – Lucy Orta on Art, Food, Water, Life – read the article

Passing Time

DePauw’s Peeler Center – Independent Curators International (April 2012) – Siebren Versteeg in “Passing Time” – read the article

DePauw’s Peeler Center – Wesleyan University – Passing Time opens at DePauw University (March 2012) – read the article

DePauw’s Peeler Center – Banner Graphic (March 2012) – ‘Passing Time’ exhibit to open March 27 at Peeler Center – read the article

DePauw’s Peeler Center – Depauw (March 2012) – Artists from Around the Globe Contribute to Passing Time, at Peeler Center – read the article

Wesleyan University’s Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery – Art New England (March, April 2012) – read the article

Wesleyan University’s Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery – The Wesleyan Connection (February 2012) – Works by 14 Artists in CFA’s “Passing Time” Exhibit – read the article

Wesleyan University’s Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery – The Middletown Press (February 2012) – ‘Passing Time’ on display through March 4 at Zilka gallery in Middletown – read the article

Wesleyan University’s Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery – The Hartford Courant (February 2012) – ‘Passing Time,’ ‘Apothecary’ Among Shows At Wesleyan – read the article

The Boston Globe – What’s up in Boston-area art galleries – read the article

Connectivity Lost

Over + Over

Museum of Art, Austin (06) – www.artdaily.org read the article

Katonah Museum of Art, NY – www.northcountynews.com read the article

Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Jan. 05) read the article

Museum of Art, Austin (06) – www.inthegalleriesaustin.com

Passion for process” by Melissa Merli, The News-Gazette, January 23,2005

Under Control

Krannert Art Museum- “Motivations of Power,” artdaily.org, 2009 read the article

Krannert Art Museum – the217.com, 2009 read the article

Krannert Art Museum – news-gazette.com.com, 2009 read the article

Krannert Art Museum – artknowledgenews.com, 2009 read the article

Krannert Art Museum – artknowledgenews.com, 2009 read the article

Evan Roth

Wesleyan Exhibit: Artist Evan Roth Says Your Browser History Is Art read the article

Wesleyan gallery presents new show in February read the article

Evan Roth Challenges Intellectual Property In New Exhibition read the article

Media, Art, Graffiti, Technology Intersect in New Zilkha Gallery Exhibit read the article

Wesleyan gallery presents new show in February read the article

http://wesleying.org/Visit the Site

Facades

Krannert Art Museum – Multimedia exhibition explores concept of appearances – October 2007 read the article

Blown Away

This art show’s a blast, by Melissa Merli, The News-Gazette, January 24, 2008 read the article

Branded and On Display

Krannert Art Museum- Branding and display tactics – January 26, 2007 read the article

Krannert Art Museum- Consumerism and Media – January 26, 2007 read the article

Krannert Art Museum- Exhibit showcases consumerism – January 26, 2007 read the article

Krannert Art Museum- www.news.Illinois.edu – January 26, 2007 read the article

Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA – Branding, on the brain, January 17, 2007 read the article

Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA – Bought and sold, January 17, 2007 read the article

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ – Logoville U.S.A. – June 2008 read the article

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ – Branded and on Display read the article

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ – www.hearsight.com read the article

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ – www.showup.com – June 2008 read the article

“Modern art takes on mass culture in 2 new exhibits” by Albert Ching, East Valley Tribune read the article

Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA – Acquiring minds, January 17, 2007 read the article

Ulrich Museum, Kansas State University, Wichita read the article

 

WOWdesign: Marloes ten Bhomer

Krannert Art Museum- “Creative Soles,” by Meg Thilmony, The News-Gazette, January 31, 2009

Art On Speed

Mildred’s Lane/Renovating Walden

Mechanical Couture: Fashioning a New Order