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- Art Residency with Mobius in Boston
Lydia Grey, Viv Vassar, Farrell Mason Brown, Barbara Lubliner, Mary Campbell
June 2018, the Day de Dada Art Nurses are in residence with Mobius, Inc.!
The Art Nurses, kick off the first week of the Mobius dadamobile - a month-long series of guerrilla performances at Farmers Markets in Boston and Somerville, Massachusetts.
Art Nurses celebrate "Art Health Week" with ephemeral procedures, interactive diagnostic performances. 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.
Performances are documented in the Mobius Dadabloge, a thirty-day blog soliciting, collecting and showcasing dada work on the internet for the entire month of June 2018. The blog is inspired by Tristan Tzara’s ambitious anthology project Dadaglobe. Dadabloge is a vehicle for exploring how artists today interpret dada in not only translating but transforming similar ideas to see what they might yield in today’s time.
Trans-cen-der Art Group May Session
I am happy to be one of the six artists presenting images at the Trans-cen-der Art Group May session.
Presenting artists inlcude: John Hanning, Elisa Jensen, Shira Toren, Barbara Lubliner, Sylvia Schwartz and Mark Guinto.
May 29, 2018
7 - 8:30 pm
119 Ingraham St (At Porter Ave)
Brooklyn, New York 11237
ReVISION Artist Reception and Talk
As part of the LIC Arts Open Festival the Edison Price Lighting Gallery is hosting a reception and talk for ReVISION, the current exhibit.
ReVISION features work of New York City-based artists made with scraps and surplus materials collected from the Edison Price Lighting factory directly below the gallery.
Exhibiting artists: Sina Basila, Jane Dell, Larry Dell, Gene Lambert, Roya Farassat, Barbara Lubliner, Francis Milloy, Daniel Sinclair, A.V. Ryan, Anne Spurgeon
Artist Reception and Talk
Thursday, May 17
6:00 - 8:30 pm
7:00 pm artist talk
Edison Price Lighting Gallery
41-50 22nd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
In addition to the Thursday evening event, the gallery will be open Sunday, May 20th, 1:00 - 6:00 pm
Other times by appointment
NYC Trash! at The City Reliquary Garden
As part of “NYC Trash! Past, Present, & Future,” the City Reliquary presents the work of ten local trash artists in its backyard garden. The sculptures on display are site-specific and fabricated from refuse and found objects. Barbara Lubliner's installation is a Plastic Bottle Succulent Garden.
Christie Gast, Bernard Klevickas, Jeffrey Allen Price, Niki Lederer, Barbara Lubliner, Maia Murphy, Jacquelyn Ottman, Claudia Sbrissa, Tyrome Tripoli, Debbie Ullman
NYC Trash! Past, Present, & Future Sculpture Garden
April 7-29, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 7, 12-3 pm
Admission: $7 general/$5 members
370 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Sculpture & Women Workshop
For Women's History Month, sculptor Barbara Lubliner will give an illustrated talk and hands-on sculpture workshop at the Ottendorfer branch of the New York Public Library.
Participants will look at expressive female figures sculpted by women and then experiment with plastilina to create his or her own expressive figure. No experience with art necessary, all materials will be provided. For Adults Age 18+.
Sponsored by Sculptors Alliance, the workshop is free.
Click here to register.
Sculpture & Women
An Illustrated Talk and Hands-on Workshop by Barbara Lubliner
Saturday, March 24th, 2018
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
135 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Plastic Art for sale on Project Vortex website
"Cherry" by Barbara Lubliner
Project Vortex is a non-profit international collective of artists, designers, and architects actively working with plastic debris, intercepting the waste stream.
Two of my plastic pieces are available for sale on the Project Vortex website to benefit the Plastic Pollution Coalition.
I am proud to be counted among artists who work with plastic debris, helping to inspire others "to rethink and reinvent plastic waste in innovative ways that promote creative stewardship of our global waterways."
"Burning Bright" 2017 by Barbara Lubliner made of track lighting copper circuits.
ReVISION features work of New York City-based artists made with materials collected from the Edison Price Lighting company's Long Island City factory.
Anne Spurgeon, A.V. Ryan, Barbara Lubliner, Daniel Sinclair, Francis Milloy, Jane Dell, Larry Dell, Sina Basilia, Roya Farassat
January 18 - November 9, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 18
5:30 - 6:15, Art of Lighting tour, 1 AIA and NCQLP credit
6:15 - 9:00, reception
Edison Price Lighting Gallery
41-50 22nd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
The Big Small Show 2017The Big Small Show, an annual Drawing Rooms exhibit, is a survey of works made in the past two years by artists living in the NY metro area. Works by more than 100 artists will be on display until February 17, 2018. Curator Anne Trauben selected 5 of Barbara Lubliner's monoprints.Drawing Rooms is a Jersey art center housed in a converted convent. The intimate setting of multiple rooms creates a place where art and artists connect with the public and with one another.The Big Small Show 2017December 15, 2017 - February 17, 2018opening over THREE DAYS!Friday, December 15, 6-9 pmSaturday, December 16, 2-6 pmSunday, December 17, 2-6 pmDrawing Rooms180 Grand StreetJersey City, NJ 07302
Deck The Walls: A Holiday Exhibition and Sale
To celebrate the arrival of the holiday season, the Trask Gallery will overflow with a special exhibition and book sale benefiting The National Arts Club Adopt-A-Masterpiece program.Exhibition curator Dee Shapiro is delighted to have such a great group of artists deck the walls of the Trask Gallery. Two of Barbara Lubliner's new monoprints are part of the mix.Exhibiting Artists:Chris Arabadjis, Vince Contarino, Daniel Crews, Tullio DeSantis, Cathy Diamond, Timothy Forry, John Franklin, Pamela Fuller, Marilyn Greenberg, Julie Gross, Fred Gutzeit, Barbara Lubliner, Holly Miller, Andra Samelson, Karen Shaw, Suzan Shutan, Andrew SmallDECK THE WALLSDecember 4 - January 6, 2018Opening Reception: December 7, 2017 6-8 pmThe National Arts Club15 Gramercy Park SouthNew York, NY 10003Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 am - 5 pm"Germane 2" by Barbara Lubliner
Me, My Selfie and I"Have a Nice Day 1," detail of Barbara Lubliner's 3-part selfie.ME, MY SELFIE AND I / Contemporary Self-Portraits curated by Rick Krieger and Jim Furlong includes a dazzling collection of a wide variety of work by over 80 artists.ME, MY SELFIE AND IOctober 5 - November 18, 2017Opening Reception: Thursday, October 5, 6-7:30 pmHudson Guild Gallery ChelseaManhattan, NY
Bosom Bodies: An Exhibition in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, presented by The New York Arts Exchange, features the work of 16 artists.The exhibit celebrates the beauty, power and sensuality of the female breast through a wide range of artworks, including paintings, sculpture, photography, origami, and mixed media.Curator Beth S. Gersh-Nesic includes four of Barbara Lubliner's feminist figurative sculptures in the mix.Included Artists:Roni Ben-Ari, Lynn H. Butler, Marcy B. Freedman, Kathleen Gilje, Nadine Gordon-Taylor, Wilhelmina Obatola Grant, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Clarity Haynes, Carla Rae Johnson, Barbara Lubliner, Sasha [Alexandru] Meret, Ioana Niculescu-Aron, Toni Quest, Ruby Silvious, Christina Thomas and Tricia Wright.Bosom BodiesOctober 7 - 29, 2017Opening Reception: Saturday, October 7, 3-6 pmClosing with Performance Art: Sunday, October 29, 3-5 pmSIA Gallery1 South Division StreetPeekskill, NY 10566
Ms. Muscle at Aprés Avant Garde Festival
Barbara Lubliner performs as Ms. Muscle October 1st at the Dada de Dada celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Avant Garde Festival held on the Staten Island Ferry in 1967.The Annual Avant Garde Festival of New York was an event founded and produced by performance artist Charlotte Moorman. The festivals ran for 15 years in various locations. The 5th festival was a 24 hour event, September 29 - 30, 1967 on the John F. Kennedy Staten Island Ferry boat.Day de Dada Performance Art Collective wishes to bring recognition to that event which brought art to ferry commuters and tourists 50 years ago.The Après Avant Garde Festival will have elements of the original festival - dance, music, video and interactive performance.Sunday, October 1, 2017Festivities start at 1 pm at Borough Hall Park in Staten Island. Performances will take place at both Ferry Terminals and on the ferry.
Day de Dada Wish Sisters Perform at Saunders FarmWish Sisters photo by Taylor MoorePerformance Art on the Farm 2017 “IN TIMES LIKE THESE” presented by Collaborative Concepts and curated by Marcy B. Freedman features six projects including Wish Sisters at the Wishing Well.In their performance the Day de Dada Wish Sisters examine the nature of contemporary hopes and dreams as they sit around their virtual well. Visitors to the farm are invited to toss a coin into the well to make their own wish, hear wishes collected from around the world and listen to fables about wishing.Wish Sisters include: Milenka Berengolc, Mary Campbell, Lydia Grey, Barbara Lubliner, Viv de Dada, and two Wish Brothers, Larry Schwabacher and Mark Semanchik.Performance Art on the Farm coincides with the opening day of Collaborative Concepts Saunders Farm Project sculpture exhibit.PERFORMANCE ART ON THE FARM 2017Saturday, September 2, 2017 2-6 pmWish Sisters perform 2:30-5 pmSaunders Farm853 Old Albany Post RoadGarrison, NY 10524
An Aggregate of Forces: 60 Women Artists Over 60"Muscle" by Barbara Lubliner at the Ms. Foundation next to Daniel Bagan's photograph of Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes taken when they were 79 and 82 years old.An Aggregate of Forces: 60 Women Artists Over 60, Joanne Mattera's blog post celebrating older women artists includes the image of my "Muscle" sculpture in situ at the Ms. Foundation.I'm delighted to have my work in the prologue of this inspiring celebration of women artists hitting their prime!
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
Creative Sculpture Workshop"Muscle" by Barbara LublinerFor Women's History Month, sculptor Barbara Lubliner will give an illustrated talk and hands-on sculpture workshop at the Mulberry Street branch of the New York Public Library. She will share about figurative sculptors that have inspired her, giving highlights of historic, famous, as well as some little known women sculptors.After looking at sculptures depicting the female figure and an experiential exercise, participants will use plastilina to create their own expressive figure. No experience with art necessary, all materials will be provided. For Adults Age 18+.The workshop is free, but registration is required. Call the branch at 212-966-3424 or sign up at the Information Desk on L2.Women Sculptors and Female Figures:
Creators and CreationsSaturday March 18th, 2017, 1-4:30 pmMulberry Street Library10 Jersey Street(one block south of Houston between Mulberry & Lafayette Sts.)New York, NY, 10012Sponsored by Sculptors Alliance.
Day de Dada Performance Art Props & Costumes on Exhibit
The Day de Dada Performance Art Collective has been producing events that include experimental and interactive performance art, installations, video, film, music and noise since 2002.Day de Dada Props & Costumes is a look at the group's history through props and performance documentation.The exhibit features Barbara Lubliner's "Breast Muscles," which she has worn at three Day de Dada events.Participating artists: Viv Vassar, Mary Campbell, Milenka Berengolc, Margaret Chase, Barbara Lubliner, Tamara Wyndham, Mark Semanchik, Phil Sanders, Larry Schwabacher, Lydia Grey, Jennifer Wiegel, Gary and Joan Moore. Also included are images of these artists performing: Helen Levin, Leslie Lowe, Alan Moore, and Jean and Jim Jeffers.Day de Dada Props & CostumesMarch 9 - April 2, 2017Artist's Reception: Saturday, March 11, 6-8 pmSpotlight GalleryHorrmann LibraryWagner CollegeOne Campus RoadStaten Island, NY 10301
Women Under Siege / It's Happening Right Here"Private Choice Public Fight" by Barbara LublinerWomen Under Siege / It's Happening Right Here, an exhibition curated by artist Susan Grabel addresses the sexism and misogyny contained in laws across the country being used against women.Grabel invited artists to create an artwork in response to a woman's story that illuminates the issues. In Barbara Lubliner's piece, "Private Choice Public Fight," the artist imagines the internal struggle involved at a vulnerable and critical time.Participating artists:Pauline Chernichaw, Loren Dann, Anne Drager, Everet, Phyllis Featherstone, Susan Grabel, Melanie Hickerson, Elizabeth Featherstone Hoff, Judith Hugentobler, Mary Anne Kinsella, Marilyn Kiss, Helen Klebesadel, Stephanie Kosinski, Marjorie Kramer, Tania Kravath, Barbara Lubliner, Lynne Mayocole, Ann Marie McDonnell, Christine Mottau, Denise Mumm, Perri Neri, Ruth Bauer Neustadter, Kristi Pfister, Rhoda Pierce, Elizabeth Downer RikerWomen Under Siege / It's Happening Right HereJanuary 3 - 28, 2017Opening Reception: Thursday, January 5, 6-8pmPanel discussion:Wednesday, January 11, 7pmCeres Gallery547 West 27th Street, Suite 201
New York, NYGallery hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 12-6pmPhone:212-947-6100
Award for Artistic Defacement!Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful, artist and curator of the exhibition Enacting the Text: Performing with Words at the Center for Book Arts in New York City selected Barbara Lubliner's entry as one of 12 winners in The Deface Billy Project II.The Center for Book Arts and Minnesota based Art Works USA distributed over 3,000 images of American artist Billy X. Curmano to be defaced, displayed and archived.The winning works are now part of the permanent project archive at Art Works USA along with defacements from 15 countries.Enacting the Text: Performing with Words was reviewed by Megan N. Liberty for the Hyperallergic Newsletter, November 30, 2016.
Day de Dada Art Nurses at Panoply Performance LaboratoryThe Day de Dada Art Nurses give personalized treatments as part of Performancy Forum: glitch/heal OR gore/harm at Panoply Performance Laboratory.Sign in with Nurse Barbara between 6:30 and 8:00 to start your Day de Dada Art Nurse experience.Art Nurses include: Viv de Dada, Mary Campbell, Barbara Lubliner and Milenka Berengolc.December 10, 2016
4 - 11pmPanoply Place
104 Meserole Street
Creative Sculpture Workshopphoto by Loryne AtouiWant to learn techniques to transform plastic trash?As part of the Sculptors Alliance Workshop series, Barbara Lubliner is teaching "Working with Plastics" on three Saturday afternoons in November at the Tompkins Square Library. The class will work on individual sculptures and a collaborative project.November 5, 12, 19, 20161:00 - 4:00pmTompkins Square Library331 East 10th Street @ Aves A-B212-228-4747The workshop is free, but registration is required. Register in person or by phone no later than Thursday, November 3rd.
USE ME: a show of Upcyle Art from my summer residency
This summer I was privileged to be the artist in residence at the Carter Burden/ Leonard Covello Senior Program in East Harlem. It was great to work in a large light-filled studio and be part of the dynamic multicultural community!"USE ME," a selection of work that I made from on-site salvaged materials is on view through October.Please join me for the ARTIST TALK / RECEPTION
Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 1:30-3pm
312 East 109th Street, 3rd Floor
"THE BIG POTATO," an exhibition inspired by all things Potato!
Barbara Lubliner's new mini book, "My Potato Tale," inspired by being born a "Latke," is included in the "THE BIG POTATO" on view at RIPE Gallery.Curator Jeffrey Allen Price, the founder of "Think Potato" invited New York artists to make new potato themed work. The exhibition creatively reflects the vegtable's versatility and wide spectrum of meaning.The exhibition features the work of Anjipan, Chris Ann Ambery, Fran Beallor, Capucine Bourcart, Colleen Deery, John Drury, Myda El-Maghrabi, Juan Lopez Espantaleon, Wendy Foster, Beth Giacummo, Carrie Anne Gonzalez, Joan Harrison, Marc Isaacs, Edward Joseph, Lorena Kalaja, Susie Kelly, Bernard Klevickas, Fawn Krieger, Linda Louis, Barbara Lubliner, Lisa Mackie, David Nelinson, Frank Olt, Ryan Seslow, Stanko, Adam Taye, Gina VigliaroloTHE BIG POTATOSeptember 24-October 21, 2016Opening reception: September 24, 6pm-9pmPotato FestSaturday, October 1, 12-4pmThe Potato BallSaturday, October 8, 7-10pmPOTATOTRON plays NICE GarageSaturday, October 15, 7pmClosing Artist TalkThursday, October 20, 7-9pm1028 Park AvenueHuntington, NY 11743Tel: 631.239.1805HoursTuesday-Thursday: 11am-6pmFriday: 2pm-8pmSaturday 11am-5pmSunday-Monday: Closed
"REUSE, REDUCE, REPURPOSE: THE ART OF REFUSE" at Drawing RoomsBarbara Lubliner's "Puppy Powwow" installation is included in "REUSE, REDUCE, REPURPOSE: THE ART OF REFUSE" at Drawing Rooms from July 15 through August 14.Curator Anne Trauben has put together a fascinating group of artists who are all part of the tradition of giving new life to trash, junk and other recyclable materials to make engaging art.From the press release:"In Barbara Lubliner’s Puppy Powwow, the blight of plastic waste is transformed into a playful scene of socializing dogs. Plastic bottles that would take at least 450 years to biodegrade are fashioned into an installation that evokes transitory soap bubbles, glowing light sticks and balloon animals. As stand-ins for humans, Barbara imagines the powwow puppies getting together in the spirit of cooperation and goodwill to discuss proactive, sane measures to keep our planet healthy."The exhibit features Thai artist Thammakit Thamboon’s sculpture outdoors on the front lawn and April Ford, Barbara Lubliner, Jodie Fink, Kate Dodd, Laura Petrovich Cheney, Linda Byrne, Maggie Ens, Robert Lach and Tyrome Tripoli sculpture and installation in 9 gallery rooms.ARTIST RECEPTION Sunday, July 17, 3-6pmARTIST TALKS Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31, 2:30-5:30pmDRAWING ROOMS180 Grand StreetJersey City, NJGallery Hours:Th/Fr 4-7pmSat/Sun 2-6pmwww.drawingrooms.orgDirector: Jim Pustorino, 201-208-8032 firstname.lastname@example.orgCurator/Assistant Director: Anne Trauben, 917-523-5168 email@example.com
Gallery Travels: Seen Around Town
Anne Russinof, blogger and photo journalist of New York art exhibitions covered Barbara Lubliner's popup exhibit "Play Attention" at The Clemente Open Studios Weekend.
"Play Attention!" @ THE CLEMENTE May 20-21
Barbara Lubliner's popup exhibit "Play Attention" is on view at The Clemente Open Studios Weekend. Resident artist/curator Linda Griggs invited her to participate in the event that includes the work of over 100 resident and guest artists.Visitors are encouraged to shake, rattle, and roll Lubliner's small metal sculptures. Her "Con-notative" wall works engage with word play. Her installation of upcycled plastic slide sleeves plays with checkerboard configurations.The Clemente arts center is located on the Lower East Side. It houses several performances spaces and galleries as well as artists studios.Friday, May 20, 6pm-8pmSaturday, May 21, 2pm-6pmCLEMENTE OPEN STUDIOS107 Suffolk Street, NY, NY
Earth Day Expo at MontefioreEARTH DAY 2016Montefiore's 7th annual Earth Day Expo featured upcycle artist Barbara Lubliner demonstrating ways to transform plastic bottles into artwork. She engaged fair goers with hands-on activities utilizing water bottles collected at the hospital.
True North: A Permanent Exhibition for The Fortune SocietyBarbara Lubliner's "Prayer Flags - Good Will Wishers" are included in True NorthTRUE NORTHA Permanent Exhibition for The Fortune SocietyCurated by Mary PintoThe Fortune Society helps formerly incarcerated men and women find their way in a landscape that is new to them by providing a point of reference to those who seek them out. Their community is a much-needed anchor for these individuals as they discover and follow their path in this challenging new life.
The artworks in this new permanent installation support this mission by providing opportunities for reflection on the journey and for connection with one’s direction and purpose, or “true north.” Twenty-two works of art have been donated by nineteen artists working in painting, photography, printmaking, collage, fiber arts and mixed media.
In this collection, each piece represents the individual artist’s own search for meaning, as each of them, like the constituents of The Fortune Society, finds their own direction and purpose in life.Barbara Lubliner's 5-part piece is based on Tibetan Buddhist prayer flags and the tradition of hanging colorful cloths to promote blessings of peace, happiness, and good fortune out into the universe. The flags, by being made of re-purposed castoffs, embody belief in transformation and the power of individuals to change.Opening ReceptionMonday, April 18, 2016, 5-8 pmThe Fortune Society
29-76 Northern Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11101
E,M,R to Queens Plaza or the N,Q to 39th Avenue
Walk 1.5 blocks along Northern Boulevard to The Fortune Society.
CHEWING TAR: Industrial materials in the service of art."Female Adapter" 2005, welded found metal 3 3/4" x 3 1/2" diameter.CHEWING TAR: Industrial materials in the service of art.March 1 - 27, 2016Opening Reception: Sunday, March 6, 2-4 pmChewing Tar, an exhibition curated by Linda Griggs at the Hampden Gallery, University of Massachusetts includes a selection of Barbara Lubliner's rattles. Viewers are invited to shake and roll these playful sculptures that are made of found metal.The exhibition features the work of eleven artists working with materials found in hardware stores or typically manufactured for non art purposes. Participating Artists:Alex MarkwithAllen HansenBarbara LublinerChristopher StoutGreg StoneJudy RichardsonPeter PatchenRick KlauberSuzan ShutanTony RobbinWilliam GraefHampden Gallery, 131 Southwest Circle,Amherst, MA 01003
SIDESHOW NATION IV / Thru The Rabbit Hole
SIDESHOW NATION IV / Thru The Rabbit HoleJanuary 9 - March 20, 2016Opening Saturday, January 9, 6–9 pmIt's time for Sideshow Gallery owner Richard Timperio's annual mega salon show! This vibrant, eclectic extravaganza of over 500 works offers a cross section of the local art community.Barbara Lubliner is part of the mix, represented with "Well," made of plastic slide sleeves, paint chips and found paper.Sideshow Gallery, 319 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11211
Two Dog Shows at WAH
Barbara Lubliner's bottle dog "Poochie" is at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center along with two exhibits celebrating dogs.
The Dog's NotesWAH Bridges Man’s Best Friend: Dog
November 7, 2015 - January 10, 2016
"The Dog's Notes" is a solo exhibit of Taiwanese sculptor Poren Huang's work. Huang uses the dog as a creative starting point for his sculptures that suggest human feelings and behaviors.
The second, "WAH Bridges Man’s Best Friend: Dog," a group exhibit curated by Yuko Nii has works that depict "Man’s Best Friend" in a variety of mediums. The show includes internationally known artists, photographer William Wegman and painter Eric Ginsburg.
The WAH CENTER is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization founded in 1996 by artist and philanthropist Yuko Nii. It is a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community.Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, 135 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
SPEAKING VOLUMES ...AND VOIDSSPEAKING VOLUMES ...AND VOIDSAugust 8 - September 20, 2015Opening Reception: Saturday, August 8, 3-5 pmGroup exhibition curated by Anne Stanner, president of Sculptors Alliance.Volume and voids are essential components of sculpture, and speaking volumes refers to larger messages sculptural works convey. The exhibit explores and demonstrates the concepts of volumes and voids, as interpret by 15 artists with diverse approaches to sculpture.Barbara Lubliner's pieces in “SPEAKING VOLUMES…AND VOIDS” are geometric shapes delineated with line segments and vectors created from plastic bottles. The empty transparent cavities are put together to suggest the volume of sculpture without opaque mass. The bottles are clearly visible yet disappear, as they become part of the whole. Obviously re-purposing plastic bottles into playful art shifts the focus from environmental blight to creative production.Participating Artists
Pamela Casper, Yvette Cohen, Cora Glasser, Susan Grabel, Yasmin Gur, Tamar Hirschl, Lori Horowitz, Barbara Lubliner, Pamela Matsuda-Dunn, Yasumitsu Morito, Francine Perlman, Anna Rabinowitz, Chuck von Schmidt. Anne Stanner, Lea WeinbergSaturdays & Sundays 11 am - 5 pm and by appointmentGOVERNORS ISLAND, NYC, Nolan Park area, Building 20B
Day de Dada Wish Sisters PerformancesPerformances as part of the "What do you WISH? installation at the Culture Lounge in the St. George SI Ferry Terminal. Come by to see the exhibit and make a wish with the Day De Dada Wish Sisters.Sat. August 8, 2015, 12pm - 4pmBarbara Lubliner offers wishing advice and super charges wishes with the power of the elements before collecting them in a golden box.Mary Campbell gives people the chance to test their luck with the old ritual of breaking a wishbone.at 2pm- Staten Island OutLOUD presents a spoken word event “Be Careful What You Wish For!”
Time Frames Marking Time
TIME FRAMES MARKING TIME
May 24 - June 15, 2014
Artists Reception: Wednesday, June 4, 6-9 pm.
A multi-media exhibition curated by Elisa Decker and Barbara Lubliner featuring the work of 19 artists who engage time as a palpable presence. Each artwork tells its own story, bringing attention to the temporal nature of life and inviting contemplation and dialogue about our relationship to time.
Mara Alper, Fran Beallor, Stefan Beltzig, Elisa Decker, Gwen Fabricant, Liza Folman, Tony Foster, Ellen Grossman, Valerie Huhn, Suzanne Kelser, Gwyneth Leech, Barbara Lubliner, John Mendelsohn, Elaine Norman, Jeffrey Allen Price, Ronnie Seiden-Moss, Drew Shiflett, Linda Stillman, Tamara Wyndham
55 Bethune Street
New York, NY 10014
Wednesday through Sunday, 1-6 pmSPECIAL EVENTSAll events are freeWed, May 28, 6:30-8 pm“Silence, Words, and Music,”
an evening of song, sound and poetry
Tamara Wyndham, “Evaporations,” performance piece
Pat Robinson, poetry
Hugh Seidman, poetry
Alice Jones, flute and Mary Hubbell, vocals
Miriam Chaikin, haiku and tanka poetry
Valery Oisteanu, poetry and Liubisha Ristic, guitar, “Waters of Time”
Sat, May 31, 1-4 pm
“Marking Time” with exhibiting artists
Several of the exhibiting artists will be on hand drawing in the gallery
Wed, June 4, 6-9 pm
Wed, June 11, 6:30-8:30 pm
“Painting Everest,” a slide talk
Tony Foster, master watercolorist and wilderness adventurer, discusses the connection between being totally immersed in his subject and the making of his “watercolor diaries.”
Fri, June 13, 6:30 pm
“Time Frames Marking Time”
Site-specific dance performance by Sally Gross And Company
Sat, June 14, 6:30 pm
“Time Frames Marking Time”
Site-specific dance performance by Sally Gross And Company
Sun, June 15, 3-6 pm
“Marking Time” with exhibiting artists
Several of the exhibiting artists will be on hand drawing in the gallery© 2018 - Barbara Lubliner all rights reserved An icompendium Site