Nohl: Suitcase Export Fund

August 5, 2011

Congratulations to the awardees in the 2010 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 Portland, Minneapolis, Arizona, New Mexico, Syracuse, New York City, France, South Africa, South Korea, China, and Little Wolf, Wisconsin.

Yevgeniya Kaganovich: To participate in Drawbench, a group exhibition at Gallery AOP in Johannesburg, South Africa. The exhibition explores three dimensional sculptural objects that originate in two dimensions as sketches, technical drawings and photographic images. She will be exhibiting “Falling Still,” an installation created in collaboration with Nathaniel Stern.

Rina Yoon: For an invitational solo exhibition at the Gyo Dong Art Center in Jeonju, Korea. Yoon will be showing “Earth Body,” her recent body of work comprised of 16 prints and a wall installation.

Kristopher Pollard: To participate in Amalgamation, a group exhibition of 7 artists from around the world at Compound Gallery in Portland, OR. Pollard will be contributing 5 drawings.

Melissa Wagner-Lawler: To exhibit a piece in MCAD Students and Alumni Explore Fiber Arts, a juried exhibition featuring 29 artists at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design Main Gallery. The exhibition runs in conjunction with Confluence, 2011 International Surface Design Association Conference.

Mark Mulhern: To exhibit 7 large paintings at Riva Yares’s two galleries in Scottsdale, AZ and Santa Fe, NM.

Hans Gindlesberger: To exhibit 20 photographic works in the 2011 (16th) Voies Off Festival in Arles, France (part of the Rencontres d’Arles Photographie). His work was presented in a night-projection in the courtyard of the Archbishop’s Palace.
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Sarah Zamecnik: To participate in the annual MFA alumni exhibition for Syracuse University at the Dumbo Arts Center in New York. Zamecnik will show 20 framed 15x15 photographic prints.
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Peter Barrickman & Xav Leplae: To participate in the annual Great Poor Farm Experiment at the Poor Farm in Little Wolf, WI. Barrickman & Leplae plan to bicycle from Milwaukee to Little Wolf, creating a collaborative painting project along the way, which would then be exhibited at this international gathering of artists.
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Jordan Brethauer: To participate in a Red Gate artist residency in Beijing, China that culminates in an open studio event for all the artists. He will exhibit drawings, short films (and music).

Katherine A. Balsley: To travel to NY to present her experimental video, “Anima Mundi,” at the Rural Route Film Festival at the Museum of the Moving Image as well as at Brooklyn Grange (NYC’s largest organic rooftop farm).
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