Nancy Haynes 

paint table, red hook studio

© Nancy Haynes 2014

RECENT GROUP EXHIBITIONS


FAR FROM NOW at BUNKER259
7/15/2014- 8/24/2014


Opening Reception: Tuesday, July 15th, 7-10PM


John Almanza

Carla Edwards

Corey Escoto

Nancy Haynes

Charles Hobbs

Joe Mama-Nitzberg

John J. O’Connor

Suara Welitoff


Bunker259

259 Banker Street

Brooklyn, NY 11222

www.bunker259.org


Hours: Tuesdays 7-11PM and Sundays 2-6PM or by appointment


Far From Now

Nationalisms have evaporated, cocoa is free, the heat is off. No more waiting. Bring a friend.

The last time we ran into each other you were wearing yellow, but now we are both wearing red.

If a trade is purely linguistic then breakfast is the only meal that is by the books and the rest of the day is up for grabs.

Hold down the reset button for fifteen seconds and exhale.

Shout. Nouns are obsolete.

We live in a basket.

There are a dozen days out of the year that matter. Dedicate the remainder of the year to absorption.

We’re all siblings in the dunk tank, so don’t come to the potluck empty-handed.


WOMEN IN THE DUNES

SF40 - 7.31.14-8.30.14


For exhibit 40, our summer project, we are mounting a group show of painters (and one photographer with very close ties to painting) working with motifs and modes that touch upon borders, boundaries and transitional zones. When I culled my list of artists, some from the gallery stable and others from amongst local painters I admire, I discovered they were all women. After pausing to consider whether gender played any signicant role here, I decided to leave that question up to the viewer, nodding to this coincidence and other shifting sands only with the title of the show lifted from Director Hiroshi Teshigahara's Academy Award winning 1964 film, Woman in the Dunes. Many thanks to the artists, Judith Belzer, Justine Frischmann, Narangkar Glover, Jessalyn Haggenjos, Nancy Haynes, Erin Lawlor, Marie Thibeault, Jennah Ward, Arngunnur Yr and Jenny Bloomfield, who participates courtesy of Gwen Terpstra's Gallery 60SIX.


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Thurs 12:00-7:00pm
Sat 11:00-6:00pm

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Regina Rex

new address -

REGINA REX

221 MADISON ST. NEW YORK, NY 10002

HOURS: Saturday 12 - 6.

Sunday 12 - 6 or by appointment.

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George Lawson Gallery

ADDRESS: 780 Sutter St. (at Jones),

San Francisco, CA 94109

CONTACT: 415-771-1635  

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Hubert Winter Gallery

ADDRESS: Breite Gasse 17, 1070

Wien, Austria

CONTACT: +43 1 5240976

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ART=TEXT=ART: PRIVATE LANGUAGES / PUBLIC SYSTEMS

Drawings, prints, and artists’ books
from the Sally & Wynn Kramarsky Collection


UB ANDERSON GALLERY, THE UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO
SEPTEMBER 20, 2014 – JANUARY 11, 2015


slideshow overview, (images from MICA lecture}

the painting undressed

3A gallery / curated by Mieko Meguro