Saturday, November 15, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Above images: Anne Sherwood Pundyk "The Revolution Will Be Painted," (2014) 11' x 15', Acrylic and Latex on canvas with "Shadow Realm" (2013) 42" x 46", Oil and Acrylic on Linen.
Monday, June 2, 2014
There is a personal story associated with the cup I submitted to Lisa Cooley. As part of the selection process I was asked to describe the object on the back of a 3” x 5” index card. I wrote, “My friend Leon Kenyon, III, had lived in New York City before coming to college in Claremont, CA. He was exotic and sophisticated about art and life. He made poetic collages and talked about the abstract power of the color blue. He would serve coffee properly in this cup when I came over to visit and talk about art and art history. Once when we were walking together he found laying on the street a page out of a magazine featuring a woman’s breasts. He matter-of-factly put the page on his refrigerator with a magnet. Somehow, over all these many years, I have kept the cup. It is small and round and creamy white. On the bottom of the cup it says “USA.” Leon inspired what I consider to be my first real work of art, this collage:
Anne Sherwood Pundyk, "Pink Pacific," 1978, 30" x 18", mixed media
Clitney Perennial preparations in Anne Sherwood Pundyk's studio
included Sienna Shields, Anne Sherwood Pundyk,
Elisa Garcia de la Huerta, and Asha Man (Photo by Andrew Hutner)
Posture Magazine: The Clitney Perennial #REALTalk
Hyperallergic: Depressing Stats of the 2014 Whitney Biennial
Sneaky: Art Protesting Art?
Hyperallergic: Feminist Protest Disrupts the Whitney Biennial
SoHo20 Gallery Blog: Feminist Protests Ensure in the Whitney Museum
Bad at Sports Contemporary Art Talk: Whitney Closes with Late Soft Drama
Hyperallergic: Artist Collective Withdraws from the Whitney Biennial
artnet News: On the Whitney and White Supremacy
artnet News: A Wake-up Call for the Whitney Biennial
BHQF University: Episode 1: Feminist Urgent Round Table: Ana Mendieta's Artistic Legacy and the persistence of patriarchy
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
The Last Brucennial, a group exhibition presented by Vito Schnabel and The Bruce High Quality Foundation opens Thursday, March 6 from 6 -10 pm at:
837 Washington St., New York, NY.
The exhibition runs from March 7 - April 4, 2014.
The gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday 12 - 6 pm.
Included in this year's exhibition is the following program of videos, performances and an audience group discussion. The event is hosted by Anne Sherwood Pundyk with Go! Push Pops and takes place on:
Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm,
at The Last Brucennial exhibition space 837 Washington Street, New York, NY.
5:30 - 6:15 pm - video screening including the following works:
"Pee on Presidents," by Melanie Bonajo, with a performative speech;
"The Proprietor" by Bianca Butti;
"Treemonisha Drank Up (Kakey Long Tongue Redux)" by Katie Cercone;
"Object Classification" by Anne Sherwood Pundyk with voiceover
others pieces to be screened are by
Go! Push Pops
Elisa Garcia de la Huerta
Mike and Claire
6:15 - 7:15 - discussion with Suzanne Stroebe and Caitlin Rueter of A Feminist Tea Party, Kara L. Rooney and the other artists.
Above image: video still from "Object Classification" by Anne Sherwood Pundyk
Photographs of the event by Mira Shor, Claudia Bitran, Mimi Balmori, Kyle Morrison, and Elisa Garcia de la Huerta: