Carrie Secrist Gallery is happy to invite you to join us for a conversation between gallery artist Anne Lindberg and Candice Madey, founder and director of Stellar Projects, a consulting practice in New York, and curator for the River Valley Arts Collective, a Hudson-Valley-based non-profit for the visual arts. The conversation will take place via ZOOM on Thursday, July 16 at 4PM (CST).
In conjunction with Anne Linberg’s current online exhibition visible messengers, this discussion will revolve around Anne’s studio practice, art making in the time of the pandemic and life in the Hudson Valley. This conversation will also address concepts of the temporal, indeterminacy and impermanence in Anne’s drawings, installations, and photography and how her work has shifted in recent months.
Anne Lindberg’s (New York) work has been exhibited widely throughout the United States and abroad including The Museum of Art and Design, NYC, John Michael Kohler Art Center (Sheboygan, WI), Laumeier Sculpture Park Adam Aronson Fine Art Center (St. Louis, MO), Omi International Art Center (Ghent, NY), Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Drawing Center (New York, NY), The Mattress Factory, Contemporary Art Center Cincinnati, Tegneforbundet (Oslo, Norway) and SESCA Bom Retiro (Sao Paulo, Brazil)Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Sheldon Memorial Art Museum, Wave Hill, Belger Art Center, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, as well as venues in New Zealand, Quebec and Japan. She currently has a site specific drawing intervention at Manitoga / The Russell Wright Design Center (Garrison, NY) up through November 9, 2020.
Candice Madey has over 20 years of experience in the art market, having founded and operated the prominent Lower East Side gallery On Stellar Rays from 2008–2018. In 2018, she founded Stellar Projects, an art consulting and curatorial platform that advises private collections and foundations. She is also the curator for River Valley Arts Collective, a Hudson Valley-based non-profit for the visual arts. Frequent collaborations with colleagues in other disciplines have placed her exhibitions and publications in a unique dialogue with music, architecture and literature.