June 30-September 10
Opening Party: Friday, July 7 - 5:00 pm
Coney Island 40 Years by Harvey Stein & Sculpture by Carole Feuerman
JUNE 30 – SEPTEMBER 10
Coney Island 40 Years tells the tale of world-renowned photographer Harvey Stein’s 40-year romance with “America’s Playground.” Stein’s timeless black-and-white images, taken from the 1970-s through 2010, capture that quintessential weird and wonderful quality central to the mythos of this iconic Brooklyn beachfront. This exhibition is organized by the Traveling Exhibitions department of Sous Les Etoiles Gallery.
Carole Feuerman is recognized as a sculptor who started the Hyperrealism movement in the late seventies with Hanson and De Andrea. With a career spanning over four decades, she has produced a rich body of work by combining steel, bronze, and resin, with more unconventional media.
She has taught, lectured, and given workshops at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum, Columbia University, and Grounds for Sculpture. In 2011, she founded the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation.
Feuerman has had nine solo museum retrospectives, exhibited worldwide, and is included in the permanent collections of 19 museums. She currently has an exhibition featured in conjunction with the 2017 Venice Biennale and in Kassel during Documenta 14. Feuerman’s collectors include the Emperor of Japan, Bill and Hillary Clinton, the Caldic Collection, and Malcolm Forbes.
On an ongoing basis, Feuerman's work can be seen in selected galleries and museums worldwide. Learn more about Carole Feuerman's outstanding career and work here.
See what's on view in the Krasl Art Center artlab gallery.
KRASL ART CENTER MEMBERS' SHOW: HONORING THE PAST
September 15-October 29
Opening Party: Friday, September 15 - 6:00 pm
As the Krasl Art Center prepares to break ground on its newly designed outdoor space in 2018, we reflect on the rich history and individuals that have made the Sculpting Community project, the Krasl Art Center, and greater Southwest Michigan community all that it is. In a similar vein, the fall artlab artist Carrie Rubinstein reflects on her family’s personal history to imaginatively create spaces that came before her lifetime.
In 2017, KAC member artists are invited to celebrate, share and honor their own past in the members’ show. Whether it is a reflection on self, others, materials, places or time, artists are invited to submit 1 never-before-seen artwork for display in the KAC galleries.
I think that we honor ourselves by honoring our past. ~ Jimi Hendrix
ARTWORK DROP-OFF Sunday, September 10, 1-4 PM & Monday, September 11, 10 AM – 6 PM
REGISTRATION Available onsite during drop-off
SIZE LIMIT: Please submit an artwork that is no larger than 36" x 36" x 36"
Not a KAC Member? JOIN NOW or when you bring in your artwork
See what's on view in the Krasl Art Center artlab gallery at the same time as this exhibition.
The Art Next Door: Chicago's Exemplars
November 3-January 14
Opening Party: Friday, November 3 - 6:00 pm
Chicago, just 100 miles west and one large lake expanse from the Krasl Art Center, is home to a bevy of contemporary artists who are creating provocative work, exhibiting worldwide and participating in critical dialogues about art and the world as we see it. This exhibition will highlight artists known and emerging, bringing their unique art and perspectives to Southwest Michigan. The art on view will range from painting, photography and sculpture to sound, installation and social practice.
The Art Next Door is curated by the Krasl Art Center.