We are pleased to announce the twelve awardees in the 2011 Summer Cycle of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Suitcase Export Fund. The fund provides support to greater Milwaukee artists who are exhibiting or screening work outside the immediate four-county area. This group of artists will be taking work to New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Diego, Albuquerque, Colorado Springs; and Warsaw, Poland; Zurich, Switzerland; Harlosa, Sweden; and Beijing, China.
Paula Christensen: To exhibit three paintings at Parallax Art Fair New York, to be held at 82 Mercer, an event space in Soho.
Waldek Dynerman: For a solo exhibition at Test Gallery in Warsaw, Poland--an interactive installation of 15 small sculptures and a live video projection.
Anthony Ferraro: To participate in the American Black Film Festival's first "Webisode Challenge" in Miami with his web series Gettin' Grown TV.
Nicholas Frank: For a solo mini-exhibition in the John Riepenhoff Experience (a miniature gallery) at the Pepin Moore gallery in Los Angeles. He will present a video sculpture, part of the ongoing Secret Choreographer Series, made for the peculiar characteristics of the JRE.
Ashley Janke: To participate in “Black and White,” a group exhibition curated by Ryan Travis Christian at Double Break in San Diego. Janke is showing a black and white etching.
Susan Kamholz: To exhibit three paintings at Parallax Art Fair New York, to be held at 82 Mercer, an event space in Soho.
Gregory Klassen: For a two-person exhibition at Galerie Rosenberg in Zurich, Switzerland, featuring 8 of Klassen’s recent (large) paintings.
Colleen Ludwig: To exhibit “Shiver,” an immersive, interactive environment that integrates programming, electronics and a recirculating water system into a pre-fabricated architectural framework, at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History. "Shiver" was juried into the presentation for the 2012 International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) conference, Machine Wilderness.
C. Matthew Luther: For an exhibition in Harlosa, Sweden in conjunction with an artist residency through Arna Fagelriket (the avian kingdom).
Greg J. Schoeneck: For a solo show at the new G44 Gallery in Colorado Springs, Colorado (the grand opening). He will show 10-12 large and medium scale oil paintings.
Shane Walsh: To participate in a group exhibition at the Francine Seders Gallery in Seattle.
Jason Yi: For an onsite installation at the Inside-out Art Museum in Beijing, part of an international exhibition examining East Asian cultural influences. The exhibition will inaugurate the museum’s new space.