The Washhouse One Year Later at Equity Gallery, New York City
Opens March 31 - April 4, 2021
When painting the Washhouse series, Melanie Vote was searching for the untold stories of what might have occurred there, reckoning with a troubled North American past, masked behind a seemingly banal 100 year-old structure. In the spirit of The Washhouse, initially an outbuilding used by people to launder garments, we are asking artists to create a work on paper and hang it on a clothesline at Equity Gallery, to produce and make visible their deepest concerns and literally bring them to light.
This is the New Silk Road, 2021, inkjet on silk organza, thread and japanese paper with fiber, 14 x 12 in.
See more of this work and the work of 50 other artists at this link.
36 Female Artists Address Gun Issues and our culture of violence in the USA. What does American value? Life or Liberty? This exhibition is a "locked and loaded" conversation through art that addresses our culture of violence and gun issues in the United States--particularly how it affects women, children, and marginalized peoples.
Curated by Karen M. Gutfreund, the exhibition is being hosted by three galleries in Syracuse, New York: ArtRage Gallery, Community Folk Art Center and Point of Contact Gallery.
Pleased to have my submission to The Monuments Contest (part 2) featured here.
Odetta Digital part of the SHIM Network has organized an online exhibition Pandemic Proof that will be viewable on Artsy.net beginning September 24 through November 15, 2020. Featuring work by over 50 artists.
The publication which can be purchased on Amazon.com, includes 3 out of 10 of my paintings chronicaling the first 100 days of the current administration.
Brooklyn-based artist Christina Massey initiated a project to bring artists together to collaborate on artworks and at the same time support the Post Office during the pandemic. The result is over 700 artworks and counting that are now being exhibited in a series of traveling exhibitions.
Opening September 24 at 5pm through - November 15, 2020 at the Ely Center for Contemporary Arts (https://elycenter.org) in New Haven, CT. Gallery hours: Sundays 1-4pm & Thursdays 5-8pm and by appointment.
This is my collaboration with artist Laura Karetzky.
Zoom virtual opening: Thursday, October 8, 2020 @6:30pm
City-wide open studios Weekend October 17 & 18, 2020
July 17 - September 17, 2020
Curated by Hugo Bastidas and Elizabeth Demaray
"In describing Leslie Kerby’s Please Stand By, a work in which the artist depicts sixteen television sets in a grid-like format, Bastidas writes, “In both form and content, Leslie Kerby’s Please Stand By reflects the great pause we are enduring. The work consists of a repeated still of a TV screen showing conflicting and disjointed information/misinformation. This work reminds us that as we carelessly or carefully sift through information, it remains nearly the same every day. The captions are about our daily routines, which are noticeably amplified due to the self-confinement we endure for safety. Kerby’s reductive visualization of our complex state makes our condition even more painfully apparent; we’ve lost our illusion of independence and realized our strength in numbers and dependence upon each other.”
Re/Location July 17- September 17, 2020
is a group exhibition that reflects the cathartic essence of the current moment. Connections have either fissured or strengthened while the new and other remain suspended in the present. The process of change appears as an alluring, unknown chasm while we remain in the middle of an ongoing motion that is conflicting, complex and unresolved.
Re/Location features new artworks by July Ancel, Ilona Anderson, LaThoriel Badenhausen, Jessica Baker, Serena Bocchino, Michele Brody, Hedwig Brouckaert, Pauline Chernichaw, Muddyum Choudhury, Vivien Collins, Ernest Concepcion, Annette Cords, Francine Demeulenaere, Cora Jane Glasser, Marietta Hoferer, Susan Kaprov, Leslie Kerby, Pavel Kraus, Michael Kukla, Sally Lelong, Katsura Okada, Miguel Olivera, Kara Rooney, Ethan Shoshan, Jaime Steiger, J. Wren Supak, and Nola Zirin.
This exhibition presents works of collage, drawing, installation, painting, performance, printmaking, sculpture, textile and video.
"Sea Change" organized by @odettagallery in collaboration with the SHIM Art Network on Artsy.com Opens June 15, 2020. This is Containment SY U22H0, 2016 Monotype collage with relief block printing and intaglio chine collé.
Artists Equity Association (nyartistsequity.org) presents Equity and Justice an online exhibition and donation drive to support #blacklivesmatter. June 12 - June 19, 2020. All proceeds from the sales of artwork will be donated to Just Leadership's (jlusa.org) #2MillionVoices.
"More than 2 million people are currently incarcerated in the United States. #2MillionVoices is Just Leadership USA's national project dedicated to elevating the expertise and stories of the human beings currently incarcerated in our jails and prisons."
I am raising funds through ArtFare in Support of the ACLU and George Floyd Family.
This is Critical Mass IV, 2019 Relief monotype with vinyl and woodblocks. See this and other work at https://www.artfare.com/
Many thanks to Ground Floor Gallery for organizing Deep Blue See, an online group exhibition selling prints to benefit Prevent Child Abuse America. 10% of sales from this show benefit their partner organization, Prevent Child Abuse America, and $100 from each $200 "Blue Print" for Prevention sale will go towards the organization as well.
Me & You and Everyone We Suspect I, 2009, monoprint with paper litho transfer, 22 x 30 inches appears in the flat file show as part of the exhibition First, Second and Third Person January 19 - February 16, 2020.
Containment ZW U22V2, 2018, Monoprint collage with linocut and intaglio, 17 x 15.5 in appears in HOME at Kentler International Drawing Space January 12- February 9, 2020
HOLIDAY exhibition at LABspace
December 8 - January 26, 2020
Hillsdale, New York
DRAWING at SITE Gallery Brooklyn
December 13 - January 18, 2020
In October-November, 2019 I was a Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome. It was an opportunity to do research and sketch ideas about public space for a future series.
The Clarinet Player, 2001, linocut (3/5) appeared in an article about a collector's home in the June/July issue of Luxe Magazine, Southeast edition.
June 29 - July 21, 2019
NETWORKS AND SYSTEMS - Leslie Kerby and Lianne Arnold Collaborations
One Brooklyn Bridge Park
360 Furman Street | Brooklyn, NY 11201
Open hours -
Thursdays - Saturdays 12-7pm
Wednesday, July 10 5-8pm
Thursday, July 18 5-7pm
Networks and Systems presents three projects developed by Leslie Kerby and Lianne Arnold through video, sculpture and installation. Closing Ceremony, an installation that will be in-progress for the duration of the exhibition will present a positive reflection on the community life of the cemetery and offer new ways in which we may consider memorializing loved ones as physical memorial parks and cemeteries are increasingly less availble. The World Contained sculpture and video animation The World Contained II uses the container shipping industry as a a force in our global economy as well as their re-use for housing and a variety of other market applications. The third project, The Laying On of Hands reflects upon the systems, networks and players that comprise our healthcare systems.
Support for the space is provided by @chashama #spacetopresent
For more great events visit www.chashama.org
As Above, So Below
Gowanus Dredgers Boathouse
Address: 165 Second Street, Brooklyn
Opening Reception - Saturday, May 11, 1 - 5 pm
Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 1 - 5 pm or by appointment
(email firstname.lastname@example.org for appointment)
Open Mother's Day, Saturday, May 12th 1 - 5 pm
Curator: Sasha Chavchavadze
Artists: Monique Allain, Diane Bertolo, Jeri Coppola, Phyllis Ewen, Donna Maria de Creeft, Leslie Kerby, Mikael Levin, Nancy Manter, JoAnne McFarland, Jennifer Marshall, Andrew Mockler, Tammy Pittman.
My piece for Among Friends/Entre Amigos, May 3-12, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center 107 Suffolk Street @theclemente Organized by Alexandra Rutsch Brock, Beth Dary, Patricia Fabricant, this is a fundraiser for the Lower East Side Girls Club.
May 3-5 and May 8-12, 2019, 12-7pm
Inspired by the Robert Rauschenberg artwork "Hiccups", Among Friends reflects and responds to the strength and illumination we find through art, friendship and community.
Salon Zurcher Gallery
33 Bleeker Street, New York, NY
Dance with Me
A celebratory exhibition curated by gallery artist Kyle Staver
Opening May 11, 2019 from 6 - 8 PM
May 10 - June 15, 2019
Jenny Lynn McNutt
Lisa Corinne Davis
Born out of a collaboration between Brooklyn-based Centotto and Bologna-based Officina 15, Ondate / Waves is an iterative, itinerant sequence of traveling exhibitions of postcard-sized artworks and messages addressing, in various ways, the theme of migration.
The first showing will be at Officina 15, located in the Castiglione dei Pepoli area of Bologna, with an opening on 26 January 2019.
I had the great pleasure of working within the community of Auvillar, France for the month of October, 2018 as a Fellow with the Virginia Center For
Creative Arts. I spent the time developing a community project that resulted in a book of photographs and drawings and worked with layered collages and clay to react to the history of the place and the environment— creating new stories and "artifacts"
Exhibiting works from the Containment series in "Out of Many" with Julie McKim Projects/SHIM in Aqua Room 227, Miami Florida December 5-9. 2018
VIP Preview December 5, 3-10 pm
Out of Many
Curated by Julie McKim
Inspired by Joseph Beuys’s idea of “social sculpture”, Out of Many brings together seven distinct artists to distribute their specific ideas and intentions into the world through the far-reaching forum of an art fair.
Post-war German artist Joseph Beuys created the term “social sculpture” to encompass his belief that both art and human creativity have the potential to transform society and enact social and political change. He conceived of his “multiples” as a way to distribute these intentions and ideas to a much larger audience.
Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery
June 1–September 9, 2018
Containment features artwork from a group of artists who examine the shipping containers and ships that move goods, people, and power across the oceans. The containerized shipping industry is central to international commerce and largely responsible for our increasingly globalized economy. The artists featured include David Packer, who has created a ceramic version of a shipping container, and Linda Ganjian whose sculptural installation reimagines a container-ship accident. Also included are Erin Diebboll and Gabby Miller, who have both been artists-in-residence on container ships and have created art in response to their firsthand experiences—Diebboll’s meticulous drawings illustrate the contents of shipping containers, and Miller used the ship’s engine oil as her medium for a series of paintings.
Additionally, a site-specific installation by Leslie Kerby in Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery I, explores the movement of shipping containers and incorporates sculpture, mixed media works on paper, and video animation.
It was an honor to have The World Contained II video animation featured in Art Connects New York's benefit presentation CIVITAS: Art Connects New York 2018 Spring Benefit at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York City. Honoring For Freedoms, the benfit celebrates the organization's partnership with the Robert Fulton Houses in Chelsea. Monday, June 4, 2018
Exhibition on view: Charles Gaines, through June 23, 2018
The World Contained II is a collaboration between Leslie Kerby, Lianne Arnold (design) and Elisheba Ittoop (sound design).
Leslie Kerby: The Laying On of Hands
May 15 - June 15, 2018
Opening Reception: May 16, 7-9 pm
Artists Talk: June 9, 3pm
99 Madison Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Exhibiting works on paper and a video animation created in collaboration with designer Lianne Arnold. Catalog essay by Paul D'Agostino, Ph.D.
“In The Laying On of Hands, one of Leslie Kerby’s most polyphonic bodies of work to date, the artist turns her critical eye towards one of the most politically charged, ideologically divisive, societally expansive and, at the very same time, most deeply intimate issues of our time in the United States: our healthcare system. By tapping into a broad range of her artistic skills and techniques — drawing, painting, printmaking and mixed media collage, among others Kerby has crafted one of her most fully realized, conceptually seamless bodies of work to date.”
— Modified excerpt from “Manual Realizations,” Paul D’Agostino’s essay for the exhibition catalogue
After Vasari http://https://aftervasari.wordpress.com/2018/05/23/manual-realizations/
Project ARTspace's inaugural show in its new location
99 Madison Avenue 8th Floor Manhattan
March 6 - March 26, 2018
March 6, 7-9pm
Screening of The World Contained II animation
BRIC Radio interview with journalist Alexis Madrigal
647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY
January 8-17, 2018 and January 22 & January 29, 2018
Open Mondays 10am-6pm
Tues-Fri 10am-6pm (break from 2-3pm)
Sat & Sun 10am-6pm
The artists will be present:
Fri, January 12, 4-6pm & Sat January 13, 1-3pm
The World Contained II video animation, is a collaboration between visual artist Leslie Kerby designer Lianne Arnold and sound designer Elisheba Ittoop, presented in BRIC’s Garage Door Video Series.
The animation is part of a work on paper and sculpture series using shipping containers and their re-use as a construct. A now ubiquitous element of global trade, containers are increasingly repurposed as shelters and used in new community applications. The animation references this dynamic. The schedule follows:
In addition, BRIC Radio has recorded a conversation between Leslie Kerby and independent journalist Alexis Madrigal about this project and his related research for the 8-part podcast Containers—“it looks at how global trade really works and the people who do the labor of moving stuff.”
Inward/Outward: Responding to the Built Environment
Garvey | Simon
547 West 27th Street, New York, NY
January 4th - February 10th, 2018
Curated by Joseph Gross
Opening Reception: January 4th, 6-8pm
ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE
The Untitled Space
45 Lispenard Street Unit 1W, New York, NY
January 16 - February 4, 2018
Curated by Indira Cesarine
Opening Reception: January 16, 6-9pm
850 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
January 19 - February 28, 2018
Curated by Enrico Gomez
Opening Reception Friday, January 19th, 7-9pm
Being Well: In Search of Utopia?
Old Stone House
336 Third Street (bet 4th & 5th Avenues) Park Slope Brooklyn
Open Fridays 3-6pm or by appointment 718-768-3195
EXTENDED through January 7, 2018
Curated by Katherine Gressel
Anthony Heinz May
Being Well: In Search of Utopia? is a group exhibition exploring artists’ role in defining and facilitating community health and wellness. At a time of anxiety over the future of healthcare, the environment, and a population increasingly divided, individual and collective healing are at the forefront of many conversations
I collaborated with printer Bryan Summer and Master Printer Justin Sanz from the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop on this three color photo lithograph with a 16 piece chine colle. Edition of 5 Titled: Please Stand By.
Print featured in this announcement