touch

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an exhibition about how things touch

Tom Benson, Brent Hallard, Lynne Harlow, Linn Meyers, Philomene Pirecki, Devin Powers, Mel Prest, Karen Schifano, Nancy White

9 artists present micro works – small works in a variety of medium which succeed in articulating possibilities of the undefinable as something we can touch.

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Tom Benson’s recent activity includes Raum 9 Kunstraum Alexander Buerkle, Germany, and IN LIGHT at Larry Becker Contemporary Art. Oly’s Musings has a blog entry entitled Philly Road Trip that reviews IN LIGHT at Larry Becker. Recent exhibitions include a one person exhibition at Sleeper, Edinburgh.

Lynne Harlow’s recent exhibitions include BEAT, curated by Matthew Deleget & Rossana Martínez, MS Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, and Material Matter, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Katherine Griefen.

Linn Meyer’s Time Lapse Video, working on site at San Jose ICA for a group show The Space Between. Other recent exhibitions include a one person exhibition at G Fine Art, Washington DC, and a two person show at Lyons Wier + Ortt this January.

This April Philomene Pirecke will be artist in residence at the Raketenstation, Insel Hombroich, Germany. She will also have an exhibition there at the end of April.

Recently Devin Powers had a solo show at HQ in Brooklyn entitled 4 Space.

Currently Mel Prest has work in Close Calls at the Headlands Center of the Arts, and is participating in The Space Beween at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. Recent exhibitions include TRANS, Weltraum26, Munich, Germany. Watch Mel Prest’s video talking about her work and process here.

Karen Schifano is currently preparing her solo show at Tobey Fine Art, New York, for this March. Recent group exhibitions include Subspecies, curated by Shinsuke Aso, and Verus Painters, both at Tobey Fine Art. Also Karen was included in Escape From New York, curated by Matthew Deleget, Sydney Non-Objective, Sydney, Australia.

Nancy White presented this piece as part of her presentation in The Space Between, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art that opened February 2nd, 2008. Recent exhibitions include TRANS, Weltraum26, Munich, Germany, and Michael Rosenthal Contemporary Art, Redwood City. CA.

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