Wayfarers, Brooklyn NY
Opening Reception: October 6, 2017, 6-8pm
On view through October 22, 2017
Artist Talk and Q&A: October 22, 2017, 4-6pm
Tympanum brings together eight artists whose work examines the interface between the inner life and the outside world of the other through the membrane of the body. Presented by Art Shape Mammoth and curated by Erin Gleason, this exhibition at Wayfarers will be on view October 6-22, 2017. The opening reception is Friday, October 6 from 6-8pm, and an Artists Talk and Q&A will be held on Sunday, October 22 from 4-6pm.
Wayfarers is located at 1109 Dekalb Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY 11221.
Artists Wendy Copp, Zachary Fabri, Leslie Fry, Paul Higham, Vishnu Seesahai, Sandra Stephens, Julie Ward, and Lindsey Wolkowicz all address the body as a tympanum between the outside world and our inner lives through the lenses of identity, technology, architecture, nature, and psychology. The tympanum, a thin, transparent membrane that separates the auditory canal from the middle ear, is obliquely stretched. As Jacques Derrida describes in his 1972 essay, “Tympan,” the tympanum also “squints,” separating the inner and outer world and determining the limits and truth of either side in direct proportion to its obliqueness. Through their works, these artists offer us the opportunity to squint, unlocking the double understanding of the membrane and unbalancing the pressures that correspond to either side.
August 21st to September 20th, 2017
Lewis Art Gallery
Language Orthodox examines the personal commentaries artists evoke in their work. These works, stories emerged from historicity, manifested in a series of images both collective and individual. Each narration displayed in a variety of mediums focused as literal and non-literal expressions to communicate with the viewer.
The artists share nothing in particular between their works other than a statement of artistic practice itself. Artistic practice noted as a distinction from science or proof of real or unreal; Rather a form of language itself that allows communication to be interpretive between the viewer and artifact. Permitting the space for recurring opinions and succeeding dialogues in the wake of one’s view.
These works request and provide an open door for the viewer to retreat from the daily despotism of life’s routine and participate in an ongoing non-representational dialogue of communication that foreseeably has no need for an end to occur. Language Orthodox focuses not on the journeys close but a beginning expressed in works that can be continually reconsidered throughout time.
Color, Shape and She
Color, Shape and She
October 7th, 2017
674 Broadway Kingston, NY 12401
The Artbar is pleased to present a collective art exhibition: Color, Shape and She. This cutting edge exhibit explores the metaphysical breakdown of what “She” represents to the curators. Each artwork has been hand picked as a way to create a conversation amongst the artworks. The different genres and vantage points will create a landscape in a journey through a terrain of emotions that reflect color and shape.
The artist’s visual interpretations of this collective will be depicted through vibrant works of: figures, feelings, interactions, and the relationships that breathe life into “Color, Shape and She”. The featured artists are: Scott Ackerman, Ryan Myers, Stetzism, Dack, and Lindsey Wolkowicz.
The works range from fine art, mixed media to street art samplings. The “Color, Shape and She” exhibition embodies the creative innovation of a new generation of artists and the marks they are making to define today’s contemporary art scene.
Saturday and Sunday
September 23rd and 24th, 2017
Lindsey Wolkowicz will open her newly constructed home studio to the public as a participant in the annual ARTWALK event in her new hometown of Kingston, NY.
Please visit artsmidhudson.org/artwalkkingston/
for information about participating artists and a map of all of the studios involved.
Like Smoke at Equity Gallery NYC
November 4 - December 4, 2016
Curated by Osman Can Yerebakan
Equity Gallery, 245 Broome Street, NY, NY 10002
Opening Reception: Friday, November 4, 6-8pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm, and by appointment
Equity Gallery is pleased to present Like Smoke, a group exhibition curated by Osman Can Yerebakan and featuring works by Dan Fairbanks, Carl Ferrero, Daniel Greenfield-Campoverde, Hermes Payrhuber, Eric Rhein, Gwen Shockey, Pacifico Silano, Quay Quinn Wolf, Lindsey Wolkowicz, and Jade Yumang.
Adopting its title from an important component of Jean Genet’s only directorial effort, Un Chant d’Amour, the exhibition examines corporeality under the circumstance of physical absence. In Genet’s 1950 black and white silent film, two prisoners, also lovers, are confined to adjacent cells under the watch of an abusive guard who scrutinizes and suppresses their relationship and their struggles for physical contact. Eventually, the two prisoners embark on a dream-like hallucinatory encounter in which the smoke one blows to the other through the hole dividing them substitutes for their missing bodies.
The ten artists in this exhibition depict ways tactile surfaces and abstract imagery stand out to manifest carnality and figurative representation when the physical body is detached. Employing various mediums, each artist conveys earnest and intimate human feelings of longing beyond the body and its representative radiance, exceeding the limits of tangible presence toward meditative states. Furthermore, commenting on constant restraint and preconceptions queer identity face, the exhibition studies the portrayal of queer experience as a marginalized matter in society. Rendered into testimonies that are visually placid yet assertive in conveyance, the exhibition problematizes mainstream representations of queer aesthetics, challenging fixed notions and representations on mutual contact and solidarity.
Raising questions on body politics and the systematic oppression of the body as an objectified entity, the artists in the exhibition dismantle and redefine patterns for self-expression. On the other hand, analyzing the paradox of absent body, works selected approach the subject matter as a psychological argument in which the artists delve into depths of their subconsciouses to ponder self-discovery while facing a physical and mental void.
About Artists Equity
New York Artists Equity Association, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1947 by artists and art patrons with the mission to promote opportunities for artists. It operates Equity Gallery, an art space located on the Lower East Side of New York City. For more information, please visit www.nyartistsequity.org
Dis-sec-tion at Downtown Artery, Fort Collins, CO
Dis-sec-tion an Art Shape Mammoth Group Show
Curated by Anna Hultin
with live music by Out To Lunch
Downtown Artery, 254 Linden St, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Exhibition Dates: Sept. 1 - Sept. 13
Opening Reception: Sept. 1, 6pm - 10pm
Gallery Hours: Tues. - Sat., 12pm - 6pm
noun: dissection; plural noun: dissections
1. the action of dissecting a body or plant to study its internal parts.
○ synonyms: cutting up/open, dismemberment;
2. very detailed analysis of a text or idea.
To create a successful work of art an artist must constantly be dissecting ideas and aesthetics. What works well in one piece or situation may not in the next so they must cut, edit and begin anew with the remnants of what was once created. Dissection features work by Joan Harmon, Kristen Tordella-Williams and Lindsey Wolkowicz. Each piece investigates either the dissection of an idea or an aesthetic element, and the artists themselves exhibit the ability to delve into their concepts to create a detailed analysis of their ideas through their art practice.
Joan Harmon, Kristen Tordella-Williams and Lindsey Wolkowicz are members of Art Shape Mammoth; a non-profit organization cultivating arts research, education, and dialogue by supporting the development of artists and by connecting them with new communities.
an evening with the Artists of "Into the Woods"
Morris-Warren Gallery presents
an Evening with the Artists of "Into The Woods"
Saturday, December 12 at 7pm
You're invited to mix and mingle with the artists among their works before the show soon comes to a close.
Featuring: Aimee Burg, Nicholas Cueva, Adam Frezza & Terri Chiao, Jytte Hoy, Jon Legere, Gregory MacAvoy, Esperanza Mayobre, Abraham McNally, Jason Middlebrook, Jim Osman, Kardash Onnig, Cordy Ryman, Darragh Rooney, Jill Satterfield, Frank Shattuck, Steve Silver, Peter Thorne, Lindsey Wolkowicz
Evening with the Artists: December 12 at 7pm
On view November 14 – December 20, 2015
171 Chrystie Street
New York, NY 10002
"Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn truth. They do not preach learning and precepts, they preach, undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life." –Herman Hesse, excerpt 'On Trees'
Morris-Warren Gallery is pleased to present “Into The Woods”, a group show featuring Aimee Burg, Nicholas Cueva, Adam Frezza & Terri Chiao, Jytte Hoy, Jon Legere, Gregory MacAvoy, Esperanza Mayobre, Abraham McNally, Jason Middlebrook, Jim Osman, Kardash Onnig, Cordy Ryman, Darragh Rooney, Jill Satterfield, Frank Shattuck, Steve Silver, Peter Thorne, and Lindsey Wolkowicz. The artists in this show are all using wood in one form or another as the medium for their work.
Lindsey Wolkowicz Featured Artist on BRIC blog
365artists365days featured artist
365artists365days is a Frank Juarez and Greymatter Gallery Collaborative Project
Dillon Paul and I have had our piece "In Place" included in an incredible exhibition which is taking place in conjunction with the symposium Complicated Labors: feminism, maternity and creative practice.
More info can be found on the symposium website here:
February 5 - March 15, 2014, Mary Porter Sesnon Gallery
Curated by Irene Lusztig
Artists: Lenka Clayton, Mary Kelly, Natalie Loveless, Irene Lusztig, Jill Miller, Mother Art Collective, Alejandra Herrera Silva, Mierle Laderman Ukeles
Also featuring a screening series of work by: Myrel Chernick, Mark Cooley, Celia Cooley, and Beth Hall, Masha Godovannaya, Courtney Kessel, Ellina Kevorkian, Dillon Paul and Lindsey Wolkowicz
Opening Reception: February 5, 5:00-7:00pm
COMPLICATED LABORS SYMPOSIUM:
February 5, 2014, 10 AM - 5 PM, Digital Arts Research Center, Room 306 (DARC Light Lab)
Organized by Micah Perks and Irene Lusztig
Keynote talk by Mary Kelly
Symposium participants: Amra Brooks, Jennifer González, Mary Kelly, Natalie Loveless, Irene Lusztig, Jill Miller, Megan Moodie, Kate Moses, Micah Perks, Carmen Giménez Smith, Michelle Tea and Mother Art Collective (members Deborah Krall, Suzanne Siegel, Laura Silagi).
Dashboard Co-Op 2014 Artists Announced
This week it was officially announced that I have been selected as one of twelve Dashboard Co-Op Artists for 2014. My work will be exhibited in Atlanta next February with these other incredible artists. More info on the exhibition to come but, in the meantime, check out the website for the Co-Op and the work of the artists included in this exciting year of art and ideas.
RAW Brooklyn interview
Two drawings have been included in a group show, The Figure Now, at Brooklyn Artists Gym. You can see the press release below or visit BAG's website here: www.brooklynartistsgym.com
THE GALLERY AT BAG PRESENTS THE FIGURE NOW
The Figure Now
On view Saturday, February 11th through Monday, February 27th
Brooklyn Artists Gym
(Brooklyn, NY — February 3, 2012) The Gallery at BAG is proud to present The Figure Now, an exhibition showcasing figurative works by ten local and international artists.
The Figure Now offers viewers an array of figurative paintings and drawings with imagery ranging from representational to abstract in a variety of media. The extensive scope of style is also shown through the distinct scales, themes, narratives, and techniques that each
of the artists employ. The artwork’s contemporary settings distinguish these pieces from historical precedents concerning figurative work.
Please join The Gallery at BAG for the opening reception of The Figure Now on Saturday, February 11th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Rhia Hurt, Allison Maletz, Daina Mattis, Ann Marie Napoli, David Pettibone, Alexa de los Reyes, Rachel Sharp, Jane Westrick, Lindsey Wolkowicz, and Debra Zechowski
Dillon Paul and Lindsey Wolkowicz presenting a new video installation, Sunday, as a part of New Materialisms/ New Maternalisms, an exhibition curated by Natalie Loveless at FADO Performance Art Centre in Toronto, ON, Canada. The exhibition will open March 23rd, 2011 with two nights of performance (March 23rd/ 24th) and a panel discussion and recorded roundtable conversation (March 24th).
From the curator, Natalie Loveless:
Almost forty years after the first installment of Mary Kelly’s germinal Post Partum Document, what is interesting today in biographical art based in the maternal? New Materialisms/New Maternalisms brings together contemporary artists whose work investigates how the circulation of images and ideologies shapes contemporary understandings of motherhood and mothering.
FADO Performance Art Centre:
Dillon Paul and Lindsey Wolkowicz are exhibiting a new, site- specific performance installation 99 Lines tonight, September 23rd,
as a part of 3S Artspace's curated project 21 Rooms.
View the link to this event and 3S Artspace's website here:
And read an excerpt from their press release about this event below:
Friday September 23rd (rain or shine) come join us for a One-night art experience!
21 featured artists will be afforded one of the motel's 21 rooms for two nights to serve as a mini-residency or act as a studio. On the second evening, two stories of rooms will be opened to the public and presented as mini-galleries. The show will transform the Nevada Motel into an interactive spectacle of installation, performance and video art. Participating artists will be coming from as close as Wells, Maine, and as far away as Dallas, Texas. 21 Rooms was guest-curated by Quinn Corey, a long-time creative presence in the emerging arts scene in Providence, RI, along with 3S co-founder, John Gayle. The event is free and open to the public (donations generously accepted) and the Nevada Motel is located at 141 Long Beach Avenue in York, Maine. 21 Rooms is part of 3S's ongoing Open Space series.
Location: The Nevada Motel, 141 Long Beach Avenue, York, ME
Date and Time: Friday, September 23 at 5-9pm
Participating Artists: Sarah Baldwin - Wells, ME, Bill Cifuni- Lancaster, PA, Stephanie Cornell- Portsmouth, NH, Elizabeth Donsky- Brooklyn, NY, Katherine Doyle- Newcastle, NH, Tracy Walter Ferry- Cheshire, CT, Shawn Gilheeney- Providence, RI, Carly Glovinski- Dover, NH, Katie Hickman- Brooklyn, NY, Jessica Lauren Lipton- Portland, ME, Cynthia McLaughlin- Colrain, MA, Lori Miles- Indianapolis, IN, Bennett Morris- Portland ME, Tara Nelson- Jamaica Plain, MA, Andrew Neumann- Boston, MA, Marianne Newsom- Dallas TX, Abbey Ozanich- Chicago, IL, Dillon Paul- Brooklyn, NY, Julie Poitras Santos- Portland, ME, Sunny Sliger- Dallas, TX, Douglas Urbank- Boston, MA, Willa VanNostrand- Providence, RI, Jackie Weaver- Troy, NY, Lindsey Wolkowicz- Brooklyn, NY
Lindsey's work was featured in an interview with Louise Cowley in Issue 4 of
Lock Up Your Daughters from Glasgow, Scotland, UK
MFA Thesis Exhibition
Things that Open and Close
an exhibition of drawings, objects and video
June 1st - 5th, 2009
with an opening reception
Monday June 1st from 5- 9pm
Steuben South Galleries
on the campus of
200 Willoughby Ave