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Six Women Artists: An Ongoing Lyric Approach
An online exhibition of six NY Artists Circle members 
Curated by Jonathan Goodman

The exhibition traces the lyrical impulse that emerged in abstract expressionism and how it continues through the work of the selected artists. Goodman says the artists bring forward abstract art in a way that both remains attached to and moves beyond this idiom and the work is often a mixture of abstraction and figuration.

Featured artists: Marianne Barcellona, Lois Bender, Maggie Hinders, Diana Hobson, Barbara Lubliner and Nancy Nikkal. 

Jonathan Goodman writes art critical essays for Brooklyn Rail and other art media.

Fluxfest 2019


"It was wonderful to be at the 10th annual Fluxfest with amazing Fluxus minded artists from around the world!" ~Barbara Lubliner

The 2019 Fluxfest was held in Toronto in June. Dozens of scores were performed including Yoko Ono's "Cut Piece" at two different venues by the event organizer Allan Revich. Renata Strada and Giovanni Strada, Italian artists know as the "StradaDadas" performed "Imagine Peace." C. Mehrl Bennett invited Bibiana Padilla Maltos and Barbara Lubliner to join her Re-interpretation of Alison Knowles original event score: Braid (1964). While there were nods to historic work, Welsh artists Daniel-Wyn Jones and Richard McReynolds performed all new scores written since 2018. 

The festival was rich with experimentation and the embrace of absurdity. Photo and video documentation can be found on the Fluxlist Facebook page.

Art Nurses at Figment NYC 2019


Day de Dada Art Nurses will provide art health procedures to open-minded voluntary “patients” on Saturday, June 1 at Figment NYC 2019 on Roosevelt Island. 

With their ephemeral procedures and interactive diagnostic performances Art Nurses help people explore their creative potential or see their mental or physical health from another perspective. 

Barbara Lubliner gives third eye exams, Mary Cambell improves memory with the aid of a rosemary plant, Hey Viv diagnoses and prescribes with her professional magic eight ball. 

FIGMENT is a free participatory two day arts event that celebrates creativity by challenging artists and participants to find new ways to create, share, and dream. 

Figment NYC 2019 
June 1 from 10am-10pm (Art Nurses 11am-5pm)
June 2 from 10am-6pm 
Lighthouse Park, Roosevelt Island

Free, but tickets are required.
 

Artist Talk and Factory Tour


As part of the LIC Arts Open Festival the Edison Price Lighting Gallery is hosting an artist talk for ReVISION 2 and a tour of the factory below the gallery.

ReVISION 2 features features work of New York City-based artists made with scraps and surplus materials collected from the Edison Price Lighting factory.

Exhibiting Artists: 
Barbara Lubliner, Bernard Klevickas, Chase Pashkowich, Christina Massey, Elizabeth Riley, Francine Perlman, Irene Christensen, Jaynie Crimmins, Jeffrey Allen Price, Ken Weisensee, Mary Pinto
 
Artist Talk and Factory Tour
Wednesday, May 15
6:00 - 8:00 pm

Edison Price Lighting Gallery
41-50 22nd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
 

Among Friends / Entre Amigos


Flower Among Friends by Barbara Lubliner

Among Friends / Entre Amigos
Organized by Alexandra Rutsch Brock, Beth Dary & Patricia Fabricant

Inspired by the Robert Rauschenberg artwork “Hiccups,” AMONG FRIENDS reflects and responds to the strength and illumination we find through art, friendship and community.

The show will consist of over 200 pieces of 9 x 7” paper, each worked on by a different artist, zipped together into one continuous, exuberant piece.

Individual works will be for sale for $250 apiece, with 10% going to The Lower East Side Girls Club.

Among Friends / Entre Amigos
May 3–5, 8–12
12 to 7pm
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center 
LES GALLERY
107 Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002
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