So excited to be LIC Arts Open's Artist of the Week! Follow @licartsopen as I #TAKEOVER their #instagram on THURSDAY June 8th! I will post some #sneakpeeks of my studio, new work, and a few of my favorite moments from the 7th Annual LICAO Festival. #licartsopen7 #newwork #plastique #upstanders #supporthearts #longislandcityartist #queensarts #instatakeover #thursdaytakeover
In association with the Artisan's Guild of America and Furniture New York.
Pair of 20th century tables. One remains in its found, raw wood condition; the other has been completely painted. Displaying them side by side, I intend to demonstrate the transformative power of paint. Changes to color, surface pattern, and sheen shift our perceptions of proportion and value.
faux rosewood with faux ivory details, faux ebony inlay, and faux parchment top
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY MAY 19th, 6pm - 10pm
4-40 44th Drive, Long Island City, NY 11101 Anable Basin (formerly the Jeffrey Deitch gallery space)
P2 (Plastique Deux) - 2017’s collaboration between Long Island City artists and plastics manufacturer Plaxall, a pioneer in the thermoforming process, and tremendous supporter of the arts in Long Island City and beyond.
Featuring new works by Lisa DiClerico, William Garrett, Kenny Greenberg, Jean-Marie Guyaux, Donna Levinstone and John Long plus Bang Studio, Sharon Florin, Annalisa Iadicicco, Liana Nyann, Ellen Schneiderman.
Conceived & curated by William Garrett with many thanks to all at Plaxall.
Please join us for this opening in the incredible exhibit space at Anable Basin Sailing Club, on the banks of the East River.
OPENING RECEPTION Thursday May 18th 6-9pm
The Factory 30-30 47th Avenue, #414, Long Island City, NY 11101
EXTENDED THRU JUNE 11!
UPSTANDERS!!! is a show of extraordinary artists who have channeled their social activism into their work. In this tightly curated show, the artists express their thought-provoking views in complex and original way, touching our hearts, and awakening our shared humanity. Highly skilled painters, sculptors, ceramicists, mixed media artists, photographers, and filmmakers tackle a wide range of issues using the unique voice of their medium in this must-see show!
ARTISTS: Eileen Coyne, Carol Crawford, Lisa DiClerico, MAria Dimanshtein, Karen Dimit, Roseanne Ebner, Beth Williams Garrett, Peter Goldwater, Jack Howard-Potter, Annalisa ladiccio, Nox Indago, Hilma Krla, Jiyoun Lee-Lodge, Luba Lukova, Jody MacDonald, Margaret McCarthy, Nancy Rakoczy, Elinore Schnurr, Adele Shtern, Maria Spector, Priscilla Stadler, Deborah Stein, Daniel Valle, Edjo Wheeler.
Curated by Karen Dimit
SHIM Invitational 4
Opening Reception: Friday, March 31st | 6-9PM
on view thru April 16, 2017
289 Meserole Street | Brooklyn, NY 11206
Amir R. Hariri, Bogey Szabo, Chad Stayrook, Joana Fischer, Joani Tremblay, Lisa DiClerico, Mary Murphy, Patrick McMahon, Ryota Matsumoto, Shane Kohfield, Suhyung Park, and Wade Kramm
SHIM is pleased to announce SHIM Invitational 4, featuring work by 12 exceptional artists invited from our network of applicants. Our fourth group invitational exhibition includes works by Amir R. Hariri, Bogey Szabo, Chad Stayrook, Joana Fischer, Joani Tremblay, Lisa DiClerico, Mary Murphy, Patrick McMahon, Ryota Matsumoto, Shane Kohfield, Suhyung Park, and Wade Kramm. The exhibited works explore a diverse range of media, from painting and drawing to multimedia works and site-specific installations.
ArtHelix, located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, presents solo and group art exhibitions and hosts lectures, symposia, and other cultural events.
ArtHelix intends to create a meta-art space, a place where art is not only displayed and offered for sale, but also where it can be openly discussed and challenged, a hub or “helix” from which culture can be reimagined.
Join me on Friday night at Greenpoint Gallery where I will be exhibiting work in the People's Choice Grand Salon Show! Stop by from 8pm - midnight, enjoy the art & live music, and vote for your favorites!
I am excited to be an exhibiting artist in KAABOO ArtworK, one of Southern California’s largest contemporary art fairs. Located at the historic Del Mar Racetrack + Fairgrounds, just north of San Diego, KAABOO Del Mar is a three-day festival of live music, art exhibitions, performance, and artisanal food & spirits.
photo by Steve Speliotis
Located in the massive and soaring former Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, next to Anable Basin Bar on the East River at 44th Drive (4-40 44th Drive, Ground Floor, Long Island City, NY 11101)
Opening Reception Thursday May 19, 6 - 9pm + after party
Curator William Garrett tasked 6 artists (Lisa DiClerico, Kenny Greenberg, Jean-Marie Guyaux, Donna Levinstone, John Long and William Garrett) to step outside of their usual medium- be it photography, sculpture, painting or neon- to create new installations in collaboration with Plaxall using plastics and the thermoforming process invented in 1938 by its founder Louis Pfohl. Today Plaxall is a local plastics manufacturer and generous supporter of the LIC arts scene.
Located in the W3 gallery (formerly the Dean Project) 45-43 21st Street, Ground Floor Long Island City, NY 11101
Opening Reception Thursday May 19, 6 - 9pm
Just steps from PS1 MoMA, an eclectic group of artists is displayed in a series of rooms containing solo shows (Lisa DiClerico, Hilma Klra, Carol Crawford, Jessica Doh, Chuck Baker, Casey Concelmo & Sky Council Listening Room) surrounding a central area with works on display by Luba Lukova & Stef Duffy. Curated by Richard Mazda.
Curated by June Kosloff, WALKup ranges in color and form traditional painting and mixed media to urban expressions. Artwork by Lisa DiClerico, Amy Geller, Michele Rave Grasani, Michelle Kaufman, Batya Kuncman, Alice Lipping, Zoa Martinez, Mary Pinto, Phil Smith, and Bernard Stoke.
Opening Reception May 19, 6-9pm
Exhibition Extended: Now on view through June 5
WORKS ON PAPER IV opens at JEFFREY LEDER GALLERY this FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26, 6-8pm. I will be showing new works in a group exhibition featuring the drawing, painting, sculpture, prints & photography of 21 established and emerging artists.
Featuring Robert Attanasio, Tara Bergey, Jeffrey Bishop, Saskia Boelsums, James Cullinane, Lisa DiClerico, Jason Hoelscher, Orestes Gonzalez, Axelle Kieffer, Min Kim, Rose Kimbell, Donna Mehalko, Emily Minnie, Chieko Murasugi, Robert Salmieri, Jaqueline Sferra Rada, Helaine Soller, Greg St. John, Kathleen Thum, Margi Weir, and Jessie Winter
On view thru March 20, 2016.
Visit jeffreyledergallery.com for more info
UNNATURAL HISTORY: Lisa DiClerico, Anna Mikhailovskaia & Ellen Uzane Schneiderman at Jeffrey Leder Gallery
Opening Reception at Jeffrey Leder Gallery January 22 from 6pm - 8pm.
On view through February 14, 2016
The artists included in this exhibition engage in their personal deconstruction of a visual history, subverting the experience of seeing and creating something entirely unnatural. As they reconstitute a visual experience, taking it apart and putting it back together in their paintings, what is lost and what remains? Starting with definable objects in the world, be it a weathered and graffitied billboard or an eroded mountain-scape or archaic architecture, each engages in their own subversion of the chronology of history and the effects of time passing to create something new and undefinable.
Lisa DiClerico's current work explores weathered billboards and lacerated NYC subway posters as living documents of changing environment, neighborhood, society and self. Beautiful, accidental compositions exist in the framework of these structures and environmental effects create extraordinary dècollage. History reveals itself through layers of ad media remnants, adhesive and blank space as affected by age, weather and human interference. Graffiti commentary and clever wordplay add text, both legible and hidden, with cryptic, political, poetic or personal messages which trigger poignant memories and critical thinking.
Lisa is a mixed media artist living and working in Long Island City, Queens. She received her BFA in Restoration from The Fashion Institute of Technology and continued post-baccalaureate studies in art history and restoration in Florence, Italy.
Anna Mikhailovskaia's work can be described as 'nonobjective art based in objective reality.' Drawing from such broad subjects as human origins, natural history, comparative religion and physics, her works are equally puzzling to the mind as they are visually engaging to the eye. Employing many tools of visual wit, Anna's work probes deeper questions about human experience as well as underlying questions about the natural world.
Anna is a multidisciplinary artist working in Brooklyn NY. She holds a Sculpture MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and Philosophy degree from Brandeis University.
Ellen Uzane Schneiderman's works employ a kind of subverted archaeological process where she both creates the dig site and engages in the digging.These handmade paper excavation sites - built by layering colored pulps on top of each other - are ripe for exploration. Pouring, painting, cutting, and tearing into the surface evokes remnants of earth, moldy detritus, sweeping vistas, and imagined landscapes. The denuded paper remains are reincorporated into drawings for further examination and classification.
Ellen works in Long Island City, NY. Most recently, she was in the SHIFT residency at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and she works at Henry Street Settlement. She has a BA from Brown University in Community Health and Visual Arts.
For more information visit jeffreyledergallery.com