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November Exhibitions

Posted in Exhibitions / Openings / Signings by Suzanne on November 4th, 2007 | BBC Wikipedia

It's getting cold outside. The perfect time to join the crowds of homeless people and/or students who haven't paid their electricity and heating bills and make yourself at home in one of these warm and illuminated galleries:

Heather Nevay: Showtime


In the Long Grass by Heather Nevay

Who: Heather Nevay

Where: Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

When: On view till November 6, 2007

Why: Because you'll get to see all new works by Heather!

Ryan Heshka, Brian Despain & Scott Musgrove


Albino Walktopus by Scott Musgrove

Who: Ryan Heshka, Brian Despain & Scott Musgrove

Where: Roq La Rue, Seattle WA

When: Opening November 9, 2007

Why: Because even my armadillo likes Musgrove.

Christy Langer: Suspended Animation


Six Points by Christy Langer

Who: Christy Langer

Where: Katharine Mulherin Contemporary , Toronto, Canada

When: On view till November 24, 2007

Why: Because white resin is the new black.

Judy Fox: Snow White and the Seven Sins


From the Snow White and the Seven Sins series by Judy Fox

Who: Judy Fox

Where: P·P·O·W, New York NY

When: On view till November 24, 2007

Why: Because her new sculptures look like Hans Bellmer's and Jim Woodring's mutant offspring. Awwww!

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4 comments to " November Exhibitions "

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    kid37 says:

    I saw the pictures of Judy Fox' work on the net this morning. From what I saw it's really cool, wish I could see them in a gallery.

    November 5th, 2007 at 4:49 pm

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    Vanwall says:

    Looks like Roq La Rue has some good stuff coming up - Shag soon, also. Hafta look in there.

    November 6th, 2007 at 9:23 am

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    Kris Knight says:

    Christy Langer's exhibition is amazing in person. The detail in her craft is inspiring.

    November 10th, 2007 at 7:13 pm

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