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  • 24th
  • August
  • 2014
The Green Building Gallery presents
"I have my moments"
Recent drawings by
Emily Sheehan 
 
August 29th – October 10th, 2014
 Opening Reception: Friday, August 29, 6-9p 
  • 5th
  • July
  • 2014
Detail shot of the week 4, Scott Scarboro, “Glitches from the memory bank”.

Detail shot of the week 4, Scott Scarboro, “Glitches from the memory bank”.

Detail shot of the week 3, Scott Scarboro, “Glitches from the memory bank”.

Detail shot of the week 3, Scott Scarboro, “Glitches from the memory bank”.

Detail shot of the week 2, Scott Scarboro, “Glitches from the memory bank”.

Detail shot of the week 2, Scott Scarboro, “Glitches from the memory bank”.

Detail shot of the week 1, Scott Scarboro “Glitches from the memory bank”

Detail shot of the week 1, Scott Scarboro “Glitches from the memory bank”

  • 4th
  • July
  • 2014
artruby:

Andy  Warhol. 

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artruby:

Andy  Warhol. 

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sulphuriclike:

Eric FischlThe Old Man’s Boat and the Old Man’s Dog_1982


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sulphuriclike:

Eric Fischl
The Old Man’s Boat and the Old Man’s Dog_1982

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artmastered:

Bill Viola, still from Five Angels for the Millennium, 2001


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artmastered:

Bill Viola, still from Five Angels for the Millennium, 2001

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scenerylabel:

A painting by American artist Clementine Hunter. She started her career in her 50’s and lived to the age of 101.
Source: http://www.gittergallery.com


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scenerylabel:

A painting by American artist Clementine Hunter. She started her career in her 50’s and lived to the age of 101.

Source: http://www.gittergallery.com

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theotherblack:

Artist Iona Rozeal Brown


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theotherblack:

Artist Iona Rozeal Brown

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  • 28th
  • June
  • 2014
artslantstreet:

Swoon is an undeniable force in the art scene, so Parisian residents will be glad to know that they’ll be able to see some of her work up close and personal in her solo exhibition at Galerie LJ until February 1st, 2014. more here: http://bit.ly/KIRqTd


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Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

artslantstreet:

Swoon is an undeniable force in the art scene, so Parisian residents will be glad to know that they’ll be able to see some of her work up close and personal in her solo exhibition at Galerie LJ until February 1st, 2014. more here: http://bit.ly/KIRqTd

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Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

ihave8arms:

Mel Chin, Cross for the Unforgiven, 2012, Eight Romanian AK-47 WASR-10 Cal.7.62x39mm Assault Rifles


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Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

ihave8arms:

Mel Chin, Cross for the Unforgiven, 2012, Eight Romanian AK-47 WASR-10 Cal.7.62x39mm Assault Rifles

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Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

lalouver:

Speed Art Museum announces upcoming exhibition featuring Deborah Butterfield entitled “Inside|Out” -
(photo via Speed Art Museum announces an exhibition featuring two new acquisitions by Deborah Butterfield)
We are looking forward to a new Deborah Butterfield piece installed in our sky room in Fall 2012!


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Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

lalouver:

Speed Art Museum announces upcoming exhibition featuring Deborah Butterfield entitled “Inside|Out” -

(photo via Speed Art Museum announces an exhibition featuring two new acquisitions by Deborah Butterfield)

We are looking forward to a new Deborah Butterfield piece installed in our sky room in Fall 2012!

gbg hearts this

Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

neighborhoodr-louisville:

The Speed Art Museum’s ambitious expansion will help the community

The Speed Art Museum is planning a major expansion that will literally transform the museum and the University of Louisville campus.

(Source: Courier-Journal)


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Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

neighborhoodr-louisville:

The Speed Art Museum’s ambitious expansion will help the community

The Speed Art Museum is planning a major expansion that will literally transform the museum and the University of Louisville campus.

(Source: Courier-Journal)

gbg hearts this

Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

noma1910:

LAST DAY OF LIFELIKE! Plenty of time to stop by before the game! Object spotlight: Ron Mueck’s “Crouching Boy in Mirror” This piece is a staff (and visitor) favorite. Ron Mueck got his start in visual art working in special effects. His sculptures of human figures are strange and uncanny, with a distorted scale. The “Crouching Boy” looks realistic, but in person the viewer realizes how small he is. Peering into a mirror, he captures the viewer in his reflection, and the effect is unnerving.


gbg hearts this
Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!

noma1910:

LAST DAY OF LIFELIKE! Plenty of time to stop by before the game!

Object spotlight: Ron Mueck’s “Crouching Boy in Mirror”

This piece is a staff (and visitor) favorite. Ron Mueck got his start in visual art working in special effects. His sculptures of human figures are strange and uncanny, with a distorted scale. The “Crouching Boy” looks realistic, but in person the viewer realizes how small he is. Peering into a mirror, he captures the viewer in his reflection, and the effect is unnerving.

gbg hearts this

Lash Edition!  In honor of recent news breaking of the Speed Art Museum hiring their new Curator of Contemporary Art, Miranda Lash from the New Orleans Museum of Art, this week’s gbg hearts this edition is all about NOMA, the Speed, and Lash (or some artists she worked with at NOMA). Enjoy!