To Do List



Opening: Harrison Haynes @ Lump Gallery

For his second solo exhibition at Lump, North Carolina-based artist Harrison Haynes employs studio-based photography to advance his abiding interest in the confluence of visual art and music. Isolated Tracks features a new group of unframed photographs tacked directly to the gallery walls. The photographs depict sculptural and still-life arrangements comprised of a variety of materials, including…


Opening: Larry Jens Anderson @ MOCA GA

Much of Anderson’s work has dealt with gender, sexual identity, human rights, politics, religion and mortality often referencing his family history. He graduated from Wichita State University (BAE, 1970) and Georgia State University (MFA, 1982).  He has been teaching college for 30 years in the USA, Italy, and France. In addition to his career as an…


Performance: glo Preview @ Goat Farm

“From sunrise to sunset across Central Park’s North Woods, Lauri Stallings and glo enact their nomadic installation And all directions I come to you, representing the American South in a 6-week group exhibition of U.S. and International artists for acclaimed public art agency Creative Time New York. Stallings seeks to create an evanescent democracy by…


Opening: Phil Parker @ MOCAJacksonville

“Meet Flagler Beach artist Phil Parker and view his exhibition ‘Assemblage/Collage’ in the UNF Gallery on MOCA Jacksonville’s second floor. Parker works primarily in mixed media, assemblage, and collage.”  


Talk: Jill Magid @ ACAC

“Brooklyn-based artist and writer Jill Magid forms intimate relationships with systems of power, including police, military, secret service, corporations, and CCTV surveillance. For Magid, power is not a remote condition to contest, rather it is something to manipulate – drawing it closer, exploiting its loopholes, engaging it in dialogue, infiltrating its structure, and repeating its…


Opening: “Triple Play” @ Marcia Wood Gallery Castleberry

“Triple Play is the result of a spontaneous collaborative practice between Angus Galloway, Stacie Rose, and Ron Saunders. Inspired by the creation of the experimental space at Marcia Wood Castleberry, an exciting dialogue emerged between the three artists to discover how their work mingled and could be pushed into new territory. Playing in between and against each…