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Williamsburg Gallery Moves and Shakes

Fri Jun 23, 2006 00:00 - Sat Jun 17, 2006

For Immediate Release: When the going is great at home, relocating just doesn't make sense... Expansion does.

Williamsburg transcends beyond jumping the East River and instead takes Brooklyn across coastlines of the North Atlantic Ocean. Here are just some of the places Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery will move and shake in the coming months... Frankfurt/Germany (Gallery Exhibit), North Adams/Massachusetts (Institution Exhibit), Hamptons/New York (Fair), Indianapolis/Indiana (Museum Exhibit), Madrid/Spain (Cultural Exchange sponsored by Spanish Government), Boston/Massachusetts (Institution Exhibit), Newark/New Jersey (Public Art Project), London/England (Fair), Breta/Netherlands (Institution Exhibit), Miami/Florida (Fair), Istanbul/Turkey (Museum & Fair), Tallahassee, Florida (Museum Exhibit), Louisville/Kentucky (Museum Exhibit), New York City/New York (Museum Exhibit)

Not to be outdone abroad- Dam, Stuhltrager's fall/winter lineup in Brooklyn brings home solo exhibits from favorites Loren Munk, Ruth Marshall and Mark Esper... In October: Consult Munk's map paintings to trace where art's been, at and going. While making connections through history, become an immortalized part of the present by adding yourself to the record then and there. In November: Catch Marshall's complete collection of handknit coral snake skins (all 66 species found on earth) and the viper tapestry that launched her into the world of textiles. In January: After three sprawling simultaneous solo exhibits at three Williamsburg galleries in '05, Esper breaks new ground by becoming the first artist to fill all three of Dam, Stuhltrager's galleries. 2007 Marks the "Year of Esper".

A fall season that big must have an action packed summer...

thru June 24: Michael Schall at Galerie Adler in Frankfurt, Germany

thru August: Mark Andreas at Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in North Adams, Massachusetts

July 14- July 17: Mark Andreas at -scope Hamptons, New York

July 14- August 19: Ryan Wolfe at Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (INDY MoCA) in Indianapolis, Indiana

June 24 - July 30: "Stolen Time" and "Yurt City" at Dam, Stuhltrager in Brooklyn (reception: Friday, June 23rd, 7-10pm)


Call For Entries

Wed Apr 19, 2006 16:38

C A L L F O R E N T R I E S :

currently accepting submissions f o r


wga afterhours event

Sat Mar 11, 2006 00:00 - Sat Feb 25, 2006


Williamsburg Gallery Scene Exploding
More Galleries Than Ever Before Open Until 11 PM
Saturday, March 11



Thu Mar 09, 2006 00:00 - Sat Feb 25, 2006

For Immediate Release:
Capla Kesting Fine Art, Front Room Gallery, and McCaig-Welles Gallery present:
660 Twelfth Avenue, (across the street from the Armory show at Pier 90.)
Thursday March 9th



Fri Oct 21, 2005 00:00 - Tue Oct 18, 2005

(WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN) "SHOOT" was the Call For Entries heard around the world. 232 submissions piled in over four weeks from across the USA, France, Germany, Canada, Spain, Tel Aviv, England and Portugal. 1 multimedia artist was selected by Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery for a solo exhibit. 15 filmmakers were selected by guest curator Jessica Lauretti for screenings.

SHOOT hits Friday, October 21st
with the opening reception of featured multimedia artist, Dalit Gurevich
Dates: October 21- November 6, 2005
Opening Reception: Friday Oct.21, 7-10pm
Hours: Fri. 3-8, Sat. & Sun. 12-6pm or by appt.
Address: Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery, 38 Marcy Ave. Brooklyn. NY 11211
Contact: 718-387-9818 ~ damstuhltrager@hotmail.com
Directions: L to Lorimer. Exit near token booth. Metropolitan under BQE. Left on Marcy. Distance from train: 3 bl

(Visit www.damstuhltrager.com/dalitgurevich.htm for more info.)


SHOOT continues through the weekend of Nov 4, 5, 6
with an exclusive screening of 15 fresh film shorts by emerging filmmakers
15 short films screened as an hour long motion picture event. Free Admission. See the big picture!

(Visit www.damstuhltrager.com/shoot.htm for showtimes, playbill and further details.)

Gurevich was chosen for her refreshing technique of amalgamizing and questioning the capacities of acrylic and film as creative mediums. Her multimedia installation melds self portrait painting with footage of her youth in an Israeli kibbutz, blurring the boundary between memories recollected on canvas with moments captured on video. Gurevich’s use of multimedia extends beyond the medium in which her art is made and creates a dichotomy where memory and documentation thrive off each other.

An exhibition catalogue with essays by James Kalm and Dalit Anolik is available in print at the gallery. Essays and more information online at: www.damstuhltrager.com/dalitgurevich.htm .