December 1, 2018

International Art Exhibit - Taiwan





















"Pammar"
mixed media w/ collage
 © 2018 Gary A. Bibb

A small works international exhibit presented by Hundred Paces Studio & Gallery -  Pingtunghsien, Taiwan. I'm always inspired to exhibit in new locations/countries and I appreciate the opportunities. My first exhibit in Taiwan.

Exhibit Calendar: Dec 18, 2018 - Jan 15, 2019



 
(photos courtesy Hundred Paces Studio & Gallery - not actual exhibit)


A short video from the gallery (not this exhibit) click here



November 2, 2018

Crowder College - Missouri, USA





















"Sione"
mixed media w/ collage
 © 2018 Gary A. Bibb 


The international exhibit entitled Visions is presented by the Art Department at Crowder College - Cassville, MO. I intentionally seek out opportunities at educational institutions, hoping the students find my art inspirational.

Exhibition Calendar: November 2018




October 22, 2018

International Exhibit - Turkey






















"Plulu"
mixed media w/ collage
© 2018 Gary A. Bibb 


The international art exhibit "Flyway of Migratory Birds" presented at Sakarya University - Sapanca, Turkey. All artworks were donated and sold as a fundraiser to support the Sapanca Association of Children.

Exhibition Calendar: November 25 - 30, 2018




(new facility, recently opened)

photos courtesy Sakarya University - Sapanca





October 8, 2018

Art Exhibit - Montpellier, France





















"Oransa"
mixed media w/ collage
© 2018 Gary A. Bibb

The international exhibit "Art for Peace" presented at Espace Saint-Ravy in Montpellier, France. This is an amazing exhibit venue.

Espace Saint-Ravy is a municipal exhibition hall located in an old building constructed during the Middle Ages and is managed by the Directorate of Culture and Heritage. In an effort to promote art and provide access to culture for the greatest number of the public, the City of Montpellier provides this space dedicated to artistic expression. The curated exhibitions are chosen by a commission composed of artists and culture professionals.

exhibition calendar: Nov 17 - Dec 9, 2018 























(not the actual Art for Peace exhibit)
photos courtesy Espace Saint-Ravy

September 21, 2018

Art Exhibit - Black Mountain, NC





















"Croolin"
mixed media w/ collage
© 2018 Gary A. Bibb 


The art exhibition, "Anything Goes" is presented at the Flood Gallery Art Center in Black Mountain, NC. 

Exhibit Calendar: Sept 29 - Oct 20, 2018 


Black Mountain, North Carolina is famous in the art world for the innovative Black Mountain College (1933 - 1957).

The founders of the college believed that the study and practice of art were indispensable aspects of a student’s general liberal arts education, and they hired Josef Albers to be the first art teacher. Legendary even in its own time, Black Mountain College attracted and created maverick spirits, some of whom went on to become well-known and extremely influential individuals in the latter half of the 20th century. A partial list includes Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Robert Rauschenberg, Josef and Anni Albers, Jacob Lawrence, Merce Cunningham, John Cage, Cy Twombly, Kenneth Noland, Susan Weil, Vera B. Williams, Ben Shahn, Ruth Asawa, Franz Kline, Arthur Penn, Buckminster Fuller along with many others.
(Courtesy: blackmountaincollege.org)

I was fortunate to participate in the 2010 exhibit: Re-Viewing Black Mountain College 2 at the Black Mountain College Museum. Click here for the exhibit info Click here for the exhibit info -


August 12, 2018

International Exhibit - Minneapolis, MN

 "Tezamo"
mixed media collage
 © 2018 Gary A. Bibb

An international art exhibit interpreting the theme "Escape", presented by the Red Garage Studio Gallery -  Minneapolis, MN.

Exhibition Calendar:  Sept. 7 - 16, 2018























photos: courtesy Red Garage Studio Gallery
(note: not actual "Escape" exhibit)



June 16, 2018

Dadabloge - Boston, MA


"Boxhibition"
mixed media
(cardboard storage box w/ metal staples, cellophane tape)
(eleven collages - paper clippings, metal staples and graphite on paper)
© 2018 Gary A. Bibb 


Created for the Dadabloge Project sponsored by Mobius Artists Group, Boston, MA. The project is an homage to Tristian Tzara's Dadaglobe which was slated to be published in 1921 but cancelled due to financial and organizational difficulties. Dadaglobe was an anthology of the Dada art movement with its primary intent to be a snapshot of Dada's expanding incarnation.

The Dadabloge Project runs thru the month of June 2018.




"Move along ... nothing to see here."
blank black paper - six pieces
© 2018 Gary A. Bibb