Trio: Lauren Bradshaw, Daniel Brickman, and Jeanne Ciravolo

January 14-February 12, 2023
Trio: Lauren Bradshaw, Daniel Brickman, and Jeanne Ciravolo
Curated by Jon Vogt

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 14, 2023, 6-8 PM

ATHICA’s early Winter 2023 exhibition TRIO features the work of Lauren Bradshaw, Daniel Brickman, and Jeanne Ciravolo. The exhibition is the latest installment of the Solo Duo Trio series, which provides opportunities for individual artists to exhibit their work at ATHICA and its satellite location, ATHICA@Ciné.  Selected by the ATHICA Exhibitions Committee with additional curation by Exhibition Committee Chair and ATHICA Board President Jon Vogt, the work in this exhibition is united by its visceral and unusual use of fiber and other materials, referencing the body, the tactile, and the experiential.

According to exhibition curator Jon Vogt, “These artists come from the American North, South, and West, each bringing a unique but complementary sensibility to their work, inhabiting the gallery like creatures we know but haven’t met before. These beautiful, sculptural, and painterly works have fiber as one common thread (pun intended), uniting in their mutual exploration of found materials and biomorphic imagery.”

Bound, 2020, with detail. Slab-built earthenware, glaze, pantyhose, sand, 30”x12”x3”. $400

More About Lauren Bradshaw
Lauren Bradshaw earned her BA in Studio Art at the University of North Georgia in 2019 and her MFA in Ceramics at Clemson University in 2021. She has been included in several juried exhibitions across the Southeast, California, and New York. She was recently included in a HEXENTEXTE publication entitled Dream House: A Collaborative Zine in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of Womanhouse and spoke at the online symposium, Dismantling the Body: Possibilities and Limitations in Art Making, organized by the University of Washington Graduate Students of Art History

Artist Lauren Bradshaw

(GSAH). Most recently she had a solo exhibition entitled Severance at the Roy C. Moore Gallery on the University of North Georgia Gainesville campus and an exhibition of collaborative works with Theo Trotter entitled Ruptured Dichotomies at MAPSpace in Port Chester, NY.

CV: Lauren Bradshaw CV
Website: www.laurenbradshawart.com
Instagram: @laurenbradshawart

 

 

Soft Follicle, 2020. Sonotube, rope, hot glue, resin, sawdust, oil paint, 18” (H) x 15” (W) x 24” (L). $2500

More About Daniel Brickman
Daniel Brickman’s artwork combines sculpture and painting with an emphasis on process and craftsmanship. He holds an MFA from the University of California, Davis and a BFA from Indiana University of PA. He has roots in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, CA. Daniel lived in Croatia between 2006-09, earning an Academic Council Commendation from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb and a U.S. Embassy Cultural Grant. His exhibitions from this period include the 28th Youth Salon, VN Gallery, Labin National Museum, and the Biennial of Contemporary Art in Lucca, Italy. After finishing grad school and moving to the Bay Area, Brickman was invited to create outdoor rope installations at Oakwilde Sculpture Ranch in 201

Artist Daniel Brickman

5 and 2016. Other recent exhibition listings include Root Division (SF), Ramon’s Tailor (SF), Das Schaufenster (Seattle), Kondos Gallery (Sacramento), and Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory (Cleveland).

Resumé: Brickman_Resume
Website: www.danielbrickman.info
Instagram: @brickmaniel_studio

 

Becoming/ Unbecoming, 2019. Mixed media collage, with block print of sheela na gig, on drop cloth, 68 x 47 in. $4,000

More About Jeanne Ciravolo
Jeanne Ciravolo is a mixed media artist whose work explores family narratives, amplifying female experience. Ciravolo earned an MFA from the University of Connecticut in 2019 and was awarded the Joan and George Cole Master of Fine Arts Award. In 2020 she received the Walter Feldman Fellowship, juried by Ellen Tani, Assistant Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, and her work was selected for the White Columns Curated Artist Registry. She has been awarded residencies at the Hambidge Center, Kimmel Harding Nelson, the Anderson Center, and Byrdcliffe Guild. Publications of her work include Manifest International Drawing Annual 15, Manifest International Painting Annual 10, and Rejoinder, a publication of the Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers University, in partnership with the Feminist Art Project. Selected exhibitions include Ethan Cohen Gallery KuBE, Odetta Gallery, Site:Brooklyn, and LMAK Gallery, in New York; Woman Made Gallery and ARC Gallery in Chicago; Manifest Gallery and The Butler Institute of American Art, OH; the Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT; Coral Springs Museum, Coral Springs, FL; and AREA Code Art Fair, Boston, MA.

Artist Jeanne Ciravolo

She will have a solo exhibition, Tokens and Traces, at Buckham Gallery in Flint, MI in 2023. The artist is an Assistant Professor in Residence and the Director of the AVS Gallery at the University of Connecticut.

CV: Ciravolo_CV
Website: www.ciravolo.com
Instagram: @jeanneciravoloart

 

 

Press Release: https://mailchi.mp/96ce14a31187/trio_january2023

Gallery Guide: Trio Bradshaw_Brickman_Ciravolo Gallery Guide

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