Visiting Artist at Courtauld Institute for their Young People Insights Project
Art Historian Fran Herrick and Contemporary Artist Nadine Mahoney led the day with a series of talks and creative activities in our new institute seminar room
I am settled back in my London studio and going to be running some workshops at Chisenhale Art Place this Spring. First one is making watercolour pans, my pigment inventory will be opened up and all colours will be available to turn into paint. Second is a beginners introduction to experiment with fusing glass.
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Scholarship at Urban Glass
Practice: in Progress NARS Foundation August 3-24
Featuring works by: Keren Anavy, Danielle Ash, Kate Bae, Niamul Bari, Julia Elsas, Nadine Mahoney, Ioana Manolache, Caitlyn McLaughlin, Trina Merry, Samantha Morris, Naomi Nakazato, Gustavo Prado, Dayana Romero, Andrew Schwartz, Homer Shew, Liza Sokolovskaya, Elena Soterakis, Tanya Steinberg, Brian Stinemetz, Brendan Sullivan, Yi Xin Tong and Flora Wilds. Curated by Elisa Gutierrez Eriksen
Process can be thought of as a path that one decides to undertake, one with a destiny that can be clear from the onset or otherwise unknown. Similarly, artists create paths when producing artwork; the layers are gradually exposed, the materials are made visible, and the relation between one another emerges and opens the door to the visions of the artists. The spectator is then able to trace the paths each one of them has explored to reach a final result. A constant metamorphosis that has lead to an equilibrium: from a thought, to a gesture, and then to another unexpected equilibrium. To create becomes something like a ceremony, an event that generates its own language, often coinciding with or becoming a general concern or the object of experimentation.
Featured artist for Courtauld Gallery Artists at Work
Work available with The Java Project on Artsy. https://www.artsy.net/artist/nadine-mahoney
Transumanza 18th – 22nd September Con Artist Gallery, 119 Ludlow St, New York, New York
Group show of Painting Residency artists: D’Inverno / Mahoney / Shaleeka / Timonde
August 4 – September 1, 2017
NARS Foundation, 201 46th St., Brooklyn NY 11220
Keren Anavy, Niamul Bari, Aglae Bassens, Emily Berger, Kat Chamberlin, Dongfan Chen, Andre Eamiello, Devra Fox, Nadine Mahoney, Ioana Manolache, Noël St. John Harnden, Nikki Schiro, Jahyun Seo, Elena Soterakis, Brian Stinemetz, Yi Xin Tong, Gus Wheeler, Erich Winzer
The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is pleased to announce the annual Studio Artist exhibition, a showcase of the diverse community of artists working and creating at NARS year round. Aglae Bassen’s painting lends the exhibition its title and thematic principle. The question of how to orient and locate oneself in relation to space, the other, natural and social phenomena is foregrounded in many of the works. The studio, one’s painting practice and processes, and art as self-expression and “bearing witness” are positions to be explored and staked out. The very light of Sunset Park temporally locates Ioana Manolache’s work in her studio, even as they don’t refer to anything but the conditions of their making and the status of painting. Gus Wheeler’s paintings of fans and their placement in the gallery are meant to disorient and dislocate with their overwhelming familiarity. On the other end, global warming and environmental crises locate Elena Soterakis’ paintings in the here and now. There may not be a map or instructions for our way out of the dystopic future they depict.
Eve Ackroyd, Aglaé Bassens, Nadine Mahoney
June 2- 30, 2017
Opening reception: Friday June 2 , 7.30- 11pm
Java Projects is pleased to Present HEADS, a group show featuring the work of Eve Ackroyd, Aglae Bassens and Nadine Mahoney.
The works in this show combine the influence of historical European Painting and the imagery found in contemporary society, in an age of social media and advertising. These three artists’ practices overlap in harmonious and compelling ways and investigate the shifting nature of the self within a complex and fluid society.
The Java Project is located at 252 Java Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11222.
Java Projects is open Sundays 12-6pm and by appointment.
The Sawmills, London Dec 2016 & Touring to Bruton Art Factory, Somerset Jan 2017
Delighted to be in this group show celebrating artist mothers
Reviewed in Life as a Human https://lifeasahuman.com/2017/arts-culture/art/mothership-celebrating-the-role-of-the-mother-artist/.
Chisenhale Open Weekend 2-4th October
Chance to visit artists studios, gallery exhibition and dance rehearsals as well as talks, workshops and performances.
Re-Launch – 27th April-12th June – UCL Art Museum
Re-Launch presents a selection of objects, prints and video made in response to our collections and the theme of re-launch. Its contributors hail from the Slade School of Fine Art and have participated as students in our celebrated annual Slade/UCL Art Museum collaborations over the course of the past six years. While some artists investigate the sculptures, prints and drawings in our collections, others experiment with the physical spaces of the Museum to either exploit or explode notions of the archive and its structure.
South Cloisters, University College London, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT
Pause: 20-22nd Feb, Chisenhale Art PLace
Pause…. is an enforced stop in an otherwise energetic studio practice. This three day exhibition is a temporary halt of the artist’s creative process, allowing visitors a snap shot of Nadine Mahoney’s current studio practice. The setting of Studio 4 is neither a formal gallery nor a working studio, instead offering the opportunity to view the works in a contemplative space separated from traditional constructs. Spanning the breadth of her practice, an assemblage of drawings, prints, paintings on copper, canvas and panel will be displayed in this in-between space.
I will be participating in the Art Car Boot Fair in Folkestone on 30th August
Many pieces have been specially made for the event with paintings, drawings and prints at one day only prices! And to bring a bit of fun to the event, a selection of works will be part of the ‘Art Tombola’ that I am running with artist Jessica Nina Mello. Tickets will be just £10!!!!! with each ticket winning an oringinal piece of art. The full line up has yet to be announced but Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk and Peter Blake are likely to be selling their wares too. http://www.artcarbootfair.com/events/event-2
Harbour car park in Folkestone, 12 – 4pm, Saturday 30th August.
Part of the part of the opening weekend of the Folkestone Triennial.
New Georgian Exhibition, 2nd May- 27th July 2014
Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ
Grace has been selected for this group exhibition celebrating the tercentary of the Hanoverian accession.