Thursday, June 4, 2009

Artwalks and openings

It's summer time (or at least it sure feels like it here in Seattle)! If you don't want to be trapped inside and you're already bored with the lake, why not check out all this great art Seattle's providing us. Days like this don't always bring a lot of people into the galleries and there's nothing worse than an opening with no people. Forget the children, won't someone think of the artists?

Thursday, June 4


Heide Hinrichs & Debra Baxter at Howard House
Image via gallery
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Laura Castellanos at Zeitgeist Coffee
Image via artist website
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Leigh Bowery by Fergus Greer
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I.D.: Individual Demographics at Greg Kucera Gallery
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Group show with tons of amazing artists. I don't know who to love more at this point, Leigh Bowery for being one of the most amazing artists ever? Fergus Greer for recognizing that? Or Greg for showing these photos! Also very excited to see Nola Avienne's The Donor Wall Project.
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We HATE you by Dawn Cerny (image via 4Culture)
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100 years; for better or worse at Gallery4Culture.
Group show with Dawn Cerny, Patrick Holderfield, Brent Watanabe and more.
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Kate Hailey at OK Hotel
Image via flickr
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Miniature by Rick Araluce (image via artist website)
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FRONT at Canoe (starts at 10pm). Group show including James Allen, Rick Araluce, Debra Baxter, Tania Kupczak, Damian Puggelli, ilvs strauss and Daniel Thornton.
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Friday, June 5
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YOU at On The Boards. Details here.
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Thursday, June 11
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Blitz (the new and improved Capitol Hill Artwalk)
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Shaun Kardinal at Vermillion Gallery (image via artist website)
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And of course, I'm really excited for LAND/STRUCTURE/IMPACT.
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Update:
Emily Pothast's recommendations here.

3 comments:

sharonA said...

Good stuff -- so much to see isn't there?! I'm going to be busy this month :)

Hope to see you out there!

Joey Veltkamp said...

Seriously!! That's how I originally started the blog post -- "There's too much good art to see..."

Sure gonna try! It ALWAYS makes my day when I get to see you.

Emily said...

Ack! How could I forget 4Culture? That show looks incredible. Thanks, Joey. I posted an update to my list.