Joe Amrhein’s work included in “The Fabricated Drawing” at Lesley Heller Workspace

Joe Amrhein’s work is included in “The Fabricated Drawing” at Lesley Heller Workspace, curated by Robin Hill

“The Fabricated Drawing” features work by:
Joe AMRHEIN, Julia COUZENS, Robin HILL, Sharon LOUDEN and Cathy STONE
Exhibition Dates: March 26 – May 7, 2017
Opening reception: Wednesday, March 29, 6-8pm

More information available at Lesley Heller Workspace.

Joe Amrhein to Speak on a Panel at BRIC Arts

Joe Amrhein will be participating in a panel discussion, Pioneers! O’ Pioneers!, at BRIC in Brooklyn, Tuesday January 21. Find out more about the event here.

Pioneers! O’ Pioneers!

This panel discussion accompanying the OPEN (C)ALL exhibition will offer historic perspectives on the changing landscapes for artists’ work and exhibition spaces since the 1950s.

Panelists will include the renowned American art critic and art historian,Irving Sandler, a witness to the 10th Street in the 1950s, an early example of an “alternative” art scene and a center for Abstract Expressionist painters; artist Joyce Kozloff and art critic and historian Max Kozloff, pioneers of the Soho art scene in the 1970s; Walter Robinson, a painter and critic who documented the art scene in the Lower East Side in the 1980s; and Joe Amrhein, artist and founder of the pioneering Williamsburg gallery Pierogi, who will discuss the rise of Brooklyn and Williamsburg in the 1990s. The discussion will be moderated by Paddy Johnson, founding Editor of Art F City and the Arts Editor for The L Magazine.

JOIN US for this fascinating and timely discussion.

Joe Amrhein Included in “Spaced Out: Migration to the Interior” Curated by Phong Bui

Curated by Phong Bui and Rail Curatorial Projects
Exhibition Dates:  10 October – 14 December, 2014
Hours:  10am – 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday
Location:  220 West 18th St., NY, NY 10011

Artists:
Joe AMRHEIN, Gregory CREWDSON, Cao FEI, Keltie FERRIS, Sylvie FLEURY, Robert GOBER, Tamara GONZALES, Deborah KASS, Jon KESSLER, Jim LAMBIE, Charles LeDRAY, Ryan TRECARTIN, Chris MARTIN, Takeshi MURATA, John O’CONNOR, Roxy PAINE, Bruce PEARSON, Rona PONDICK, Ugo RONDINONE, Alexander ROSS, Mika ROTTENBERG, Will RYMAN, Peter SAUL, James SIENA, Philip TAAFFE, Kazumi TANAKA, Fred TOMASELLI, Richard TUTTLE, Leo VILLAREAL, Peter Lamborn WILSON, Lisa YUSKAVAGE

Curated by Phong Bui and the Rail Curatorial Projects this exhibition features a selection of artists, born between the 1920s and 1980s, who have common interests in psychedelic experience, disordered time perception, consensus trance induction, turn on-tune in-drop out, temporal illusion, altered state of awareness, and novelty theory. Utilizing the psychedelic as a viable space of artistic creation—heightened uses of color, exuberant patterns, distorted forms, fantastical imagery in repetition or chaos, and a highly idiosyncratic visual language—the works seek to challenge our perception.

 

 

 

Joe Amrhein Included in the Inaugural Exhibition of ODETTA, Bushwick, Brooklyn

The inaugural exhibition at ODETTA in Bushwick, Brooklyn, will include three works by Joe Amrhein.

Evolution (diptych)

ODETTA Gallery
presents
OPENING DAY

RECENT WORKS by
Joe Amrhein, Rob de Oude, Enrico Gomez, Markus Linnenbrink

May 30- June 29, 2014
Opening Reception Saturday May 31, 6-8 pm

This exhibition celebrates the opening of ODETTA gallery and Bushwick Open Studios 2014.

Featuring the works of four significant artists from Bushwick, Williamsburg, and Ridgewood who share common interests in line, lettering, color and abstraction.

In conjunction with Bushwick Open Studios, ODETTA will host gallery hours on Fri, Sat, Sun, May 30- June 1,from 12:00- 6:00 pm. A special reception for the artists is Saturday, May 31 from 6-8 pm

ODETTA 229 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Gallery Hours: Fri-Sun 1:00-6:00 pm

www.odettagallery.com