The Huffington Post’s William Eckhardt Kohler reviewed the exhibition “Mark, Wipe, Scrape, Shape,” curated by Karla Wozniak and Sangram Majumdar.
UT Painting Professor Karla Wozniak organized this pop-up exhibition with Sangram Majumdar, who teaches painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art. The exhibition took place this fall in Brooklyn, NY and is a part of Wozniak and Majumdar’s collaborative curatorial project SpaceShifter.
The show brought together a group of artists with idiosyncratic painting processes range from the observational to improvisational to the automatic. The artists included were: Michael Berryhill, Gideon Bok, Matt Bollinger, Katherine Bradford, Tom Burckhardt, Jackie Gendel, Amy Mahnick, Sangram Majumdar, Kyle Staver, Didier William and Karla Wozniak.
The Show had many UT connections as Gendel is a former Painting and Drawing Artist-in-Residence and Berryhill will be the Spring 2013 AIR. This exhibiton was partially funded by the University of Tennessee Exhibit, Performance, and Publication Expense Fund.
Review: Painting Lives! ‘Mark, Wipe, Scrape, Shape’ at Spaceshifter
Show website: SpaceShifter