Gallery artist, Monika Weiss is included in the group exhibition “To Freedom” at Furlong Gallery, University of Wisconsin, curated by Robert Atwell and Izabela Gola. Read more at https://www.uwstout.edu/academics/colleges-schools/college-arts-and-human-sciences/school-art-design/furlong-gallery
As part of “Sleepless in Warsaw”, A.I.R. Gallery presents a 30-min. concert, “Metamorphosis/Dafne” (9/2/22 at 6 pm ET) by gallery artist, Monika Weiss followed by a talk with Izabella Gustowska about “Women’s Art” one of the first feminist exhibitions in Poland and her film “Relative Features of Resemblance”, (1979-1980). Read more at https://www.airgallery.org/events-1/Music/film/photography/performance.%20Expressions%20of%20Feminism
Gallery artist, Monika Weiss is included in the group exhibition “Sleepless in Warsaw” Curated by Agnieszka Rayzacher, at A.I.R. Gallery, New York City. Read more at https://www.airgallery.org/exhibitions/sleepless-in-warsaw
Gallery artist Monika Weiss has a live premiere of Thinking of History, a new sound work by Monika Weiss, which the artist composed as based on a sentence chosen from the book “There is no soundtrack: Rethinking art, media, and the audio-visual contract” by Ming-Yuen S. Ma. A live conversation will follow the premiere. April... Continue Reading →
Latest art review from Caesura Magazine by Dell O’Brien for Jill Downen, Damon Freed, Monika Weiss, and Daniel Raedeke on their last solo exhibitions at BDG. Read more at https://caesuramag.org/posts/bruno-david
Wonderful words by Paul Krainak from the fantastic publication BAD AT SPORTS on Bruno David Gallery and the state of the arts in St. Louis. Also, a nice write up on the current exhibitions. Article at http://badatsports.com/2021/sub-rural-9-bruno-david-gallery/
Thank you to our 135+ visitors last night! What a great turn-out for the artists last night at the gallery’s opening for Jill Downen, Rachel Youn, Daniel Raedeke, Monika Weiss and Damon Freed. Thank you!
Nice shout-out on Monika Weiss upcoming exhibition at BDG by Christine Jackson in the St. Louis Magazine. Exhibitions open November 19, 2021 link in bio. Read it at https://www.stlmag.com/culture/visual-arts/10-art-exhibits-to-catch-this-month/
Support for the creation of significant new works of art has been the core to the mission and program of the Bruno David Gallery. I am deeply grateful to the amazing artists represented by the gallery, to Cleo Kelly, and off course the invaluable interns who continue to be an amazing support to me and... Continue Reading →
Artist on Artworks - METspeaks series, Monika Weiss shares her insights on the work of Spanish artist Francisco Goya and reflects on her own transdisciplinary practice, which investigates relationships between the body and history and evokes rituals of lamentation in response to tragedy. Watch at The Metropolitan Museum of Art YouTube
Save the Date: Saturday, June 20, 2021. 4 pm. Monika Weiss will be showing “KATAIGIS” at the Streamfest Spring 2021, organized by Infrequent Seams (IS)More at Infrequent Seam
Sustenazo (Lament II) is one of three videos originally commissioned for the exhibition Monika Weiss: Sustenazo by the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, Poland.Read more athttp://immiaminetwork.com/2014/04/22/tomorrow-opening-reception-monika-weiss-at-frost-art-museum/comment-page-1/
We have more news on some of the artists of the gallery at http://www.icontact-archive.com/QHjQp34F-iUNZL9dPhBmx6vygRRNQ0LNwith Jill Downen, Carmon Colangelo, Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Brett Williams, Alex Couwenberg, Joan Hall, Richard Hull, Cindy Tower, Chris Kahler, Patricia Olynyk, Lisa Blatt, Kelley Johnson, Buzz Spector, Monika Weiss, Leslie Laskey and Shawn Burkard.