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Mary Bogdan

born in: Austria
lives in: Montreal
Mary Bogdan is an interdisciplinary artist who paints, creates 3D assemblages, photography, video and has produced several series of limited edition prints. Her works have been exhibited internationally and are in public and private collections, including MOMA - Museum of Modern... [more]

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Mary Bogdan @ Hot Art: Explorations in Erotica | Espace les neuf soeurs | May 18-31, 2010

































Mary Bogdan "LOVE [me] TENDER", photography... see the whole series














Vernissage May 20th, 2010 | 6-9pm



Quebec has long shrugged off its strait-jacket on traditional sexual mores; at least two generations have gyrated their way through the sexual revolution that followed in the wake of the public renunciation of the hypocrisy of the Catholic Church. Yet positive, broadly representative, love-inspired sexual imagery can still be hard to find.


Twenty seven Quebec artists will express their feelings and thoughts on eroticism, romanticism, love, and sexuality in an evening of art and poetry entitled Hot Art: Explorations in Erotica.


Participating artists:


Mary Bogdan • 
Eric Bolduc • 
Judith Brisson • 
Joseane Brunelle • Jean ChaineyColette Coughlin • Colin Dorward • Suzanne Elharar • Willy • 
Lana Hensel • Mathieu Laca • Sol Lang • 
Genevieve Langlois • 
Jenny Schade • Kathy Slamen • Yan D. Soloh • 
Bernice Sorge • Tristan Tondino • Melanie Tully
 • Caili Woodyard


Vernissage – will be held on May 20th, from 6 to 9 pm with readings of poetry and short prose in the language of love by Marco Armando, Duplessis, Colette Coughlin, Tina Korkeasalo, Joel Asa Miller and Alejandro Savaria, Rachna Vohra.


Body painting Lana Hensel


Music France Storm | Sid Gulick


Espace les neuf soeurs 
1900 Wellington (former Bank of Montreal), Pte-Ste-Charles, Montréal














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L’art chaud 
explorations dans l’érotique 
18 au 31 mai, 2010


Vernissage — le 20 mai (18h00 à 21h00)


Il y a un bail que le Québec s’est libéré de sa camisole de force face aux principes sexuels : au moins deux générations ont vécu la révolution sexuelle résultant de la renonciation de l’hypocrisie de l’église Catholique. Toutefois, les images positives, représentatives, et inspirés de sentiments amoureux sont difficiles à trouver.


Vingt-sept artistes québécois expriment leurs sentiments et opinions auprès l’érotisme, le romanticisme, l’amour et la sexualité dans une soirée d’art multidisciplinaire, dans une exposition qui s’appelle L’art chaud: explorations dans l’érotique.


Les artists :


Mary Bogdan • 
Eric Bolduc • 
Judith Brisson • 
Joseane Brunelle • Jean ChaineyColette Coughlin • Colin Dorward • Suzanne Elharar • Willy • 
Lana Hensel • Mathieu Laca • Sol Lang • 
Genevieve Langlois • 
Jenny Schade • Kathy Slamen • Yan D. Soloh • 
Bernice Sorge • Tristan Tondino • Melanie Tully
 • Caili Woodyard


Vernissage — le 20 mai (18h00 à 21h00) | poésie et contes : les langues de l’amour Marco Armando, Duplessis, Colette Coughlin, Tina Korkeasalo, Joel Asa Miller and Alejandro Savaria,Rachna Vohra.


Peinture corporelle Lana Hensel


Musique France Storm | Sid Gulick


Espace les neuf soeurs 
1900 Wellington (former Bank of Montreal), Pte-Ste-Charles, Montréal














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A Book About Death
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 10:00am
Saturday, May 8, 2010 at 5:00pm
Y Tabernacl, MOMA Wales
Heol Penrallt
Machynlleth, United Kingdom



‘A BOOK ABOUT DEATH ‘
International art project


@ 

THE TABERNACLE


MOMA WALES, MACHYNLLETH


27 APRIL – 8 MAY 2010


CALL FOR WORK ON PAPER


ONE POSTCARD SIZE 
4 X 6 INCHES


BASED ON THE THEME OF DEATH


ALL WORK IS SUBJECT TO SELECTION.


SEND SMALL JPEGS TO sonja@sonja-benskin-mesher.com


Deadline for jpegs is 16 March


Successful applicants will be expected to have their cards sent to Sonja by 13 April 2010


Work sent will not be  returned, as it will become part of the ‘Book About Death’ collection held @ MOMA, Wales


History of the project so far http://abookaboutdeath.blogspot.com

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MUBE – Museu Brasileiro da Escultura: Contributing artists from around the world are participating in this critical part and new chapter in the exhibition of “A Book About Death.”

This exhibition entitled "Um Livro Sobre A Morte" at MUBE in São Paulo, Brazil opens on February 3, 2010 and runs through February 28.


A Book About Death is a collaborative project conceived by american artist Matthew Rose for the Emily Harvey Foundation in New York City, where the original exhibition took place from September 10 – 22, 2009. Approximately 500 artists contributed 500 artworks in the form of post cards of varying sizes each created from works made especially to create an unbound book about death.


The exhibition paid special homage to Ray Johnson (1927-1995), a highly influential figure in contemporary American art, a formidable collage artist and long acknowledged as the “Father of Mail Art” with his creation of a network, The New York Correspondence School. The exhibition also paid homage and celebrated the life of Emily Harvey (1941-2004), the late art dealer who tirelessly promoted Fluxus artist and whose Foundation generously supported the project.


The exhibition opened with a packed house, and a line snaking up Broadway more than 500 people long waiting to get in the doors to make their own book. Since then, the exhibition has traveled to the Otis College of Art and Design in LA, The River Mill Art Gallery in New Jersey, The Mobius Gallery in Boston, MA, The Queens Museum in Queens, NY, The Sexta Literary Arts Festival in Tijuana, Mexico, as well as smaller galleries and schools in Louisiana, Wisconsin and Long Island.


Complete sets of “A Book About Death" have entered into the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (Library), and the LA County Museum of Art Research Library.


A project by Matthew Rose | Curated by Angela Ferrara


umlivrosobreamorte.blogspot.com


www.mube.art.br


abookaboutdeath.blogspot.com



MUBE – Museu Brasileiro da Escultura
Avenida Europa, 218 – Jardim Europa
CEP 01449 000 – São Paulo, SP – Brazil


 


 

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