Brian Zegeer (MFA '05) Participating in "The Queens International: Three Points Make a Triangle," the Queens Museum of Art's Biannual Survey of Artists Living and Working in the Borough

Brian Zegeer (MFA '05) is participating in The Queens International: Three Points Make a Triangle at the Queens Museum of Art.  The exhibit is comprised of  thirty-one artists, based in Astoria, Flushing, Jackson Heights, Long Island City, Kew Gardens, Richmond Hill, and Ridgewood.  The opening will take place on Saturday, February 4th, from 6-10pm.  Brian Zegeer is scheduled to perform the night of the opening, accompanied by musician, Baby Copperhead 

The Queens Museum is located in Corona Park, Queens, the iconic site of the 1964 World's Fair. For travel planning, please go to: 

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The Queens International: Three Points Make a Triangle
On view: February 5- May 20, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 4th, 6-10pm. 


Aaron Metté (MFA '09) Participating in Black Thorns in the White Cube, a Black Metal Exhibition

 Aaron Metté (MFA '09) is Exhibiting in a group show titled Black Thorns in the White Cube, curated  by Amelia Ishmael.  Black Thorns in the White Cube is a traveling exhibition presenting a selection of photography, prints, drawings, and artist books by eight contemporary artists who are influenced by the heavy, dark, and mystic obscurity of Black Metal music. Based in the United States and in Europe,  participating artists include:  Alexander Binder (Stuttgart, Germany), Vincent Como (Brooklyn), Terence Hannum (Baltimore), Karlynn Holland (Brooklyn), Elodie Lesourd (Paris, France), Aaron Metté (Brooklyn), Grant Willing (Brooklyn), and Tereza Zelenkova (London, England.   Black Thorns in the White Cube will open at the Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City, January 20th, and run until March 3rd. Then it will proceed to Western Exhibitions in Chicago, where it will open March 16th, and run  until April 14th.  

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Black Thorns in the White Cube
Charlotte Street Foundation
On View: January 20 – March 3
Opening Reception: Friday, January 20, 6-9pm
Curator Talk: Saturday, January 21, 4pm (additional programs and events to be announced)
Location: Paragraph Gallery / 23 East 12th St Kansas City, MO 64105

Gallery Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat 12-5pm; Thurs 11-6pm

Western Exhibitions, Gallery 1
On View: March 16 to April 14, 2012Opening reception:  Friday, March 16, 5 to 8pm
Gallery hours:  Wednesdays  thru Saturdays, 11am to 6pm
Gallery Address119 N Peoria St, Suite 2A, Chicago, IL 60607


Tetsugo Hyakutake (MFA '09) Partcipating in Group Exhibition, Videologue, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Singapore

Tetsugo Hyakutake (MFA '09) has a piece in Videologue, a group Exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Singapore.  This is the second time that a Videologue Exhibition has been conducted.  The curators are Urich Lau, from Singapore, and Cheng Guangfeng, from Beijing.  Eight artists will be presenting in the show, there names are as follows:

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On View: January 20  – February 19, 2012
Opening reception: Thursday, January 19,  6:30 PM

ICA Gallery 2
Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore

Bradley LaMere (MFA '11) Recently Interviewed by Saatchi Magazine; Interview Publlished Online

Saatchi Magazine recently conducted a studio visit and interview with Bradley LaMere (MFA'11).  To read the interview and link to Bradley's work, please visit

Bradley LaMere (MFA '11) Selected to Present Work in the Third Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing at the University of North Carolina at Asheville

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3rd Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing
On View: January 13-February 3, 2012
Opening Reception: January 13, 6-8 PM

S. Tucker Cooke Gallery
Owen Hall, UNCA Campus