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- On the Wall: Barbara LublinerCarter Burden Gallery presents three new exhibitions including Barbara Lubliner's installation, Upcycled Tubes: Assert, Defend, Surrender and Youngsters in the "On the Wall" space at the entrance to the gallery.The Body language figures are made of tubes that Lubliner collected last summer from the sewing room at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Program in East Harlem, while she was artist-in-residence.Also on display is Summer in the City showcasing recent work of 14 gallery artists and Ellen Wallenstein's East Harlem Diptychs.On the Wall: Barbara LublinerJune 29 - July 20, 2017Opening Reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-8 pmCarter Burden Gallery548 28th Street, #534New York, NY 10001Hours: Tuesday to Friday: 11-5, Saturday: 11-6
Day de Dada Performance Art Collective at EVEntThe Day de Dada Performance Art Collective including Ms. Muscle (Barbara Lubliner) will perform at EVEnt, an exhibition curated by Karmela Berg in which ten artists express diverse points of view about being women in the 21st century.Fabulous / Fun / Feminist performance art with artists:
Milenka Berengolc, Mary Campbell, Leslie Lowe, Barbara Lubliner, Vivian Vassar, Tamara WyndhamDay de Dada Performance Art Collective at EVEntSunday, June 25, 2017, 4-6 pmSideshow Gallery319 Bedford AveBrooklyn, NY 11211
Duality: Glimpses of the Other Side
"Germane 1" by Barbara LublinerI am please to have two monoprints in Duality: Glimpses of the Other Side, a group show curated by Scott Bluedorn at the Islip Art Museum.Reflecting duality through art showcases the wit and playfulness of the mind.Duality: Glimpses of the Other SideJune 24 - September 17, 2017Artist Reception: Saturday, June 24, 7-10 pmIslip Art Museum50 Irish LaneEast Islip, NY 11730-2098Phone: (631) 224-5402Fax: (631) 224-5009Museum HoursHours: Thursday and Friday: 10-4, Saturday and Sunday: 12-4
"Mother and Child" sculpture awarded at Moms-In-Film One-Year Anniversary Celebration!
"Mother and Child" by Barbara LublinerI am so pleased to have my sculpture awarded to the amazing Marielle Heller by the amazing Moms-in-Film!Marielle Heller receives inaugural Moms-in-Film awardMoms-in-Film, an organization founded to energize the careers of mothers in film and television by providing community, funding and advocacy, celebrated its one-year anniversary at The Players on April 18. The bi-coastal organization chose to honor filmmaker and mother Marielle Heller, whose film DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL ignited audiences and critics alike at Sundance and Berlin, and whose upcoming film CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? stars Melissa McCarthy.Accepting the award, Heller commented, “"Before I had a kid, I thought I'd have to keep those parts of my life separate. I didn't think, as a mother, they'd take me seriously as a filmmaker. I had my child 5 weeks before my film premiere and there was no separation, he was there, breastfeeding at my premiere party. I realized how much I didn't want those things separated... It does feel like our personal feminist fight right now."Presenting Heller with the award, Moms-in-Film founder Mathilde Dratwa commented, “Mari pulled off the birth of a film and the birth of a child in crazy syncopation, and more importantly, she did not hide it. That is revolutionary.”The award itself is a concrete sculpture titled MOTHER AND CHILD by Barbara Lubliner whose work, often inspired by her experience giving birth and mothering, can be seen on the Brooklyn Museum Feminist Art Base.
OFF THE WALLS: From Junk to Art"Wall Rug" by Barbara LublinerOFF THE WALLS, a recycled/repurposed materials exhibit curated by Willie Cole features artwork made of a wide array of materials inventively used.Included is Barbara Lubliner's "Wall Rug," made of plastic dry cleaner bags worked like a traditional fabric braided rug.OFF THE WALLS: From Junk to ArtApril 22 - May 27, 2017Opening Reception: Saturday April 22, 5-7pmGCCA Gallery398 Main StreetCatskill, NYGallery Hours:Monday - Friday 10am-5pmSaturday - 12-5pm© 2017 - Barbara Lubliner all rights reserved An icompendium Site