by Jen Graves
on Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 1:33 PM
Charles Parrish's works in the basement of the Washington Foundation, where he has access to the carving tools of the late James Washington Jr. Parrish's works will be up at Art/Not Terminal Gallery this month.
Andrew Rubenstein's Squint Precision
It's a big one.
Lawrimore Project 2.0 is opening in Pioneer Square. The details are murky but the show will be by Isaac Layman. Who knows what's next for this now-legendary dealer? Stay tuned at the gallery's site as Thursday approaches.
Another legendary dealer, Billy Howard, who closed his space recently, starts a series of projects presenting artists at Collins Pub. First up is Andrew Rubinstein.
At Art/Not Terminal Gallery, the sculptor Charles Parrish will show the results of working for three years in the basement studio of the late James Washington Jr. (at the Washington Foundation).
Amy Blakemore, Raleigh Xmas (2008), at James Harris.
John Grade's sculpture (this big production!) is back from New York and not yet planted up in the mountains, this month at Davidson Galleries.
Eric Eley's got an installation based on photographs taken by his grandfather, a bomber pilot during World War II, over at Platform.
Photographer Amy Blakemore, who's got a 20-year survey at Seattle Art Museum—where curator Marisa C. Sanchez says Blakemore is one of the most underappreciated photographers working—is showing new works at James Harris.
And the late, unbelievably great Merce Cunningham gets his due in a multimedia exhibition as part of a whole series of events at Cornish, where he was once a student!
Take off work early this month. Do it up this time.