P A T L A Y
GALLERY AT 14 MAPLE STREET
Morristown , NJ
APPROACHING VIBRANCY: A Survey of Women Artists
March 15 - August, 2018
Opening Reception: March 15, 6-8
Mary Birmingham and Sarah Walko
THE CLEMENTE CENTER
Abrazo Interno and LES Galleries
107 Suffolk St., NY,NY
Gallery Hours: Everyday 3:30 - 7:00 PM
March 3 - April 6, 2018
Opening Reception: March 3, 6- 8
Curated by: Mario Naves,
Participating Artists: Diyan Achjadi, Artemis Alcalay, Maria de Los Angeles, Laura Dodson, Marcia Gold Gayer, Stephanie Hightower, Pat Lay
On LIne Catalog:
110 Morgan Street, Jersey City, NJ
B&W GROUP EXHIBITION
July 14 -August 18, 2017
Opening Reception July 21 , 6-8
Participating Artists: Caroline Burton, Heidi Curko, Luca Cusolito, Carlos Frias, Mary Giehl, Henny Harmon, Pat Lay, Sarah McCoubrey Anne Novado, Steve Pearlman,Juan Perdiguero, Pamela Wallace
VICTORY HALL DRAWING ROOMS
THE ART PROJECT
Oakman, Art House, Hamilton House
The Shuster Group
Jersey City, NJ
June - December, 2017
HEINZ W. OTTO GALLERY
Watchung Art Center
18 Stirling Road
Watchung, New Jersey
UNEXPECTED: WHAT IS PAINTING?
Curated by Paul Pinkman and
September 5 - 30, 2017
Opening Reception September 10, 1-4
RECENT PRINT PORTFOLIO:
A Portfolio of Prints in Honor of Victor Davson.
Published by Judith K. Brodsky
Luis Cruz Azaceta, Sanford Biggers, Judith Brodsky, Cicely Cottingham, Nancy Cohen, Willie Cole, Hew Locke, Pat Lay, Mel Leipzig, Nell Painter.
Available for Purchase at:
A Center for Contemporary Art
591 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102
Dates: January 21, 2016 - March 19, 2016
Bending The Grid an ongoing series
MYTH, MEMORY & ANDROID DREAMS
A survey of Pat Lay’s work from the 1970s to the present, “Myth, Memory &Android Dreams” is characterized by an inclusivity that embraces a range of cultures across spatial and temporal boundaries. As part of that breadth, the artist has always worked in a variety of media, drawn to the experimental and the multidisciplinary. This exhibition will trace the trajectory of her projects and the evolution of her thinking, with the emphasis on her recent production.
Curated by: Lilly Wei
Saturday, March 12, 2016, 2 - 3:30,
IN CONVERSATION WITH ALJIRA VISITING CURATOR DEXTER WIMBERLY, Pat Lay and Guest Curator Lilly Wei discuss Lay's work .
Bending the Grid: Pat Lay: Myth, Memory and Android Dreams is documented by an illustrated catalog, including an essay by the guest curator Lilly Wei and an interview with independent art curator, writer and chairman of the board of Independent Curators International, Patterson Sims. To purchase the catalog click here:
A series of limited edition prints by Lay will be available for purchase to benfit Aljira's exhibitions and programs. To purchase a Benefit Print click here:
Sculpture Magazine, September 2016,
Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art
Review by Jonathan Goodman
The Star-Ledger, February 21, 2016,
By Dan Bischoff,
Blog: Raggedy Ann's Foot, By Elisabeth Condon,
Blog: Not What it Is
http://notwhatitis.com/2016/03/11/review-pat-lay-at-aljira/ , By Kasia Skorynkiewicz
Blog: Aljira Blog
319 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY
SIDESHOW NATION: THRU THE RABBIT HOLE 2
January 7- February 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Jan. 9, 6-9
180 Grand Street, Jersey City, NJ
THE BIG SMALL SHOW
December 16, 2016 - February 18, 2017
Opening Reception: Dec. 16 , 6-9, Dec. 17, 2-6
229 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206
IF THIS, THEN WHAT?
April 29 - May 22, 2016
Artists: Jeff Becker, Katherine Bennett, Matthew Frieburghaus, Pat Lay, Will Pappenheimer, Joan Raspo, Kristen Kay Theon
Untitled, 1996 (3 poles). Fired clay, steel, concrete. 108"H
SFL40V0 #17, 2010, collaged digital images from a computer circuit board on Epson archival paper, printed with Epson archival ink, mounted on archival museum board with MDF and wood backing, 85 X 60 inches.
DM417161212, 2016, Digital Mandala, collaged digital images inkjet printed Epson paper, metallic paint, mounted on MDF cradled panel.
12 x 12 inches.
DM56161212, 2016, Digital Mandala, collaged digital images from a computer circuit board, inkjet printed on Epson paper, metallic paint, mounted on MDF cradled panel. 12 x 12 inches.
CADAC CMVO-2 #7, 2012, collaged digital images from a computer circuit board, on Epson archival paper, printed with Epson archival ink, mounted on archival museum board, aluminum leaf, 22 X 18 inches.
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