I will be participating in The Drawing Center's Open Sessions, two-year program involving artists working in a variety of disciplines, Open Sessions artists will be participating in exhibitions in The Drawing Center’s Lab Space and other venues, as well as studio visits, public programs, and informal gatherings. These programs will be cooperatively organized by Open Sessions Curators Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, and groups of the participating artists, with support from Open Sessions Fellows Kamrooz Aram, Nathan Carter, Emilie Clark, and E.V. Day.
January 22—March 7, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 23, 5.00–7.00 p.m.
Artist Talk: Thursday, February 20, 6.00 p.m.
The work seen in this show will be paintings and a multimedia site-specific work comprised of drawing, video, and sculptural components. Using automatic building and drawing techniques, Loper will create a piece in the gallery using the surrounding natural environment of the area as a departure point, from water pathways moving through terrain and deep woods to manicured landscapes and land used for agriculture. Because the work is generated intuitively, using surrealist automatism as a guiding principle, the work often takes unexpected forms, exploring the intersecting terrains of landscape, utopian architecture, and bodily organism.
For this SPACES Vault installment, Kristin Rogers has curated a selection of video works under the title "DeStilled Lives." The videos feature an assortment of quiet (still) "lives" that awaken into contemplative, cautious even, movement. Awakened, yet not immediately sure of their surroundings, these so-called DeStilled Lives move through their environments-through their narration-with a sense of quiet determination and lived awareness.
- See more at: http://www.spacesgallery.org/project/the-vault-january--march-2014#sthash.H0LSnG6O.dpuf
The Constance Saltonstall Foundation was created in 1995 and is a beautiful artist residency in the finger lake area of upstate New York. Artists are awarded amazing studios, apartments, and run of the foundation's 200 acre estate during month-long residencies.
I'Dolomiti Contemporanee, a project that connects Contemporary Art and Dolomiti-Unesco, gives attention to old abandoned industrial buildings filling them with new life, through residency, exhibitions and joint-project with Museums and Galleries.
The exhibition, "la cura dello sguardo/ the care of the gaze", will be held at Cortina d'Ampezzo at the PalaeontologicalMuseum, which is part of the Museum complex of Cortina and aims to reflect on the contemporary nature of the territory, of the people and of the mountain traditions. It will take place from the 2nd of August to the 3rd of September.
The Millay Colony for the Arts offers one-month residencies to six visual artists, writers and composers each month between the months of April and November. Nurturing the work of artists of all ages, from a range of cultures and communities, and in all stages of their artistic career, the Colony offers comfortable private rooms, private studio spaces and ample time to work in a quiet, pastoral atmosphere.
Platform Gallery presents new work by Patte Loper for her fourth solo exhibition at the gallery. Long been interested in the interface between the natural and the constructed world, Patte begins her paintings by first creating models made from pieced-together scraps of found materials such as discarded cardboard, cloth, sticks, string and putty. She then makes observational paintings using the models as subjects for portraits.
Curated by Kaegan Sparks with work by: Ruta Butkute, Jessica Cannon, Maya Ciarrocchi, Elizabeth Duffy, Erin Dunn, Laurie Frick, Marina Gutierrez, Sarah Kabot, Jenn Kahn, Patte Loper, Sarada Rauch, Jaye Rhee, Alan Ruiz, Diana Shpungin, Abraham Storer, Kyoco Taniyama, Jeanne Verdoux, and Jenifer Wightman
January 17 – January 27, 2013
Opening Reception: January 17 from 6-8pm
55 Bethune Street @ Washington Street
New York, NY 10014
Gallery hours: Wednesday to Sunday 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Debra Baxter, Jaq Chartier, Lauren Grossman, Patte Loper, Kelly Mark, Melissa Pokorny, and Ariana Page Russell
November 29 to December 15, 2012, Artists’ Reception, First Thursday, December 6, 6 to 8PM
This fall, the Seattle Art Museum is hosting an unprecedented set of exhibitions and programs showcasing women artists. At the heart of this event is the landmark exhibitionElles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, on view at SAM Downtown through January 13, 2013. SAM is the only U.S. venue for this daring survey of painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, video and installation by forward-thinking women artists. Platform Gallery is joining SAM in this celebration of great art by women with Elles : Platform, an exhibition focusing on the work of Platform artists Debra Baxter (sculpture), Jaq Chartier (painting), Lauren Grossman (sculpture), Patte Loper (painting), Kelly Mark (drawing), Melissa Pokorny (sculpture), and Ariana Page Russell (photography).
Location The Miami Project Pavilion is located at NE 29th Street and NE 1st Avenue.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Center Governor’s Island Residency
In 2010, LMCC transformed Building 110 on Governors Island, formerly a historic Army warehouse on the island’s northern shore, into a multi-use arts facility for the development and presentation of new work in the performing and visual arts. Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island houses 20 visual artist studios,
Residency dates: Wednesday, August 1 – Friday, December 14, 2012
Open Studio Events:
Friday, September 29 – Sunday, September 30
From Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music
Hisashi Kurachi, Nobuyuki Osaki, Noriyori Shirakawa
From School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Patte Loper, Michelle Samour, Jennifer Schmidt
A collaboration between the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) and Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan, "Forms in Flux" is an exhibition of three artists from each respective institution whose work addresses concepts of transformation, and whose collective practices become newly recontextualized among their fellow exhibitors. "Forms in Flux" provides a meeting place for something new to be created from two geographically distant locations, and the transformative nature of each artist's work is heightened in the physical and artistic context of their foreign counterparts. Just as the collaboration itself has fluctuated from its inception, so does the work of these accomplished faculty members, whose work breaches communication, intuition and alteration.
This exhibition and all related events are free and open to the public.
Opening Reception: March 26, 6–8 pm
Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery, SMFA
Artist Talks: March 27, 5:30–7 pm
All participants discuss their work
Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery, SMFA
Patte Loper Still Point of the Returning World October 6 to November 19, 2011 Artist’s Reception, First Thursday, October 6, 6 to 8PM featuring a special performance by Brooklyn-based synthpop band U.V.A. at 7PM
Platform Gallery is pleased to present the work of Patte Loper in her third solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition will include paintings on panel, works on paper, and some of the sculptures Patte made to star as model for the two-dimensional work.
Since 2004, Platform Gallery has exhibited challenging contemporary art including sculpture, painting, works on paper, photography and installations by artists from around the world. The exhibition space in located on the East Edge of historic Pioneer Square in the Tashiro-Kaplan arts complex at 114 Third Avenue South. Platform also exhibits in various art fairs including those in Miami, Portland, London, and Los Angeles.
An international working retreat for visual artists, writers, and composers situated in the rolling foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains.