Ramiken-Crucible

Catharine Ahearn
empire of women, 2014
linen, gouache, spray paint, plexi
154 cm x 103 cm x 5 cm (60-5/8” x 40-9/16” x 1-15/16”)
No. L01610
Courtesy the artist and Ramiken Crucible, New York

Catharine Ahearn
empire of women, 2014
linen, gouache, spray paint, plexi
154 cm x 103 cm x 5 cm (60-5/8” x 40-9/16” x 1-15/16”)
No. L01609
Courtesy the artist and Ramiken Crucible, New York

EVERYTHING FALLS FASTER THAN AN ANVIL

Curated by CHEWDAY’S


May 9 - Jun 18, 2014
Pace London, Lexington Street

Artist talk: Diamond Stingily
18 Jun 2017, 5-7pm @ Yale Union


Join us at YU for the second home school artist talk of the 2017 curriculum! Diamond Stingily will join us via Google Hangouts to discuss her work and experiences with us. 

Diamond Stingily is an artist and writer based in New York. She has shown at Egg (Chicago), A1 (Chicago), Project Row Houses (Houston), Arcadia Missa (London), Queer Thoughts (NYC), Ramiken Crucible (LA), and elsewhere. She has read and published at Signal Gallery (Brooklyn), Chin’s Push (LA), and Dominica Press. She currently runs the Diamond Stingily Show at Know Wave radio and is preparing a forthcoming project with Publishing House (Gstaad, Switzerland).

Watch live tonight at 6 pm ET: artists and curators discuss the upcoming exhibition Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015.

[Lucas Blalock. Strawberries (fresh forever). 2014. Pigmented inkjet print, 15 ¾ x 19 3/4″ (40 x 50.2 cm). Courtesy the artist and Ramiken Crucible, New York. ©2015 Lucas Blalock]

FEATURED ARTIST: Andra Ursuta’s work combines references to the traditional folklore of her native Romania with an investigation of feminine identity through a series of sculptures, installations and immersive environments. Ursuta recently had a solo exhibition at Venus Over Manhattan and her work is currently on display at the Venice Biennale.

Andra Ursuta, A Worm’s Dream Home, 2012. Concrete. 20" x 15" x 10". Courtesy of the artist, Ramiken Crucible and François Ghebaly Gallery. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer. http://sculpture-center.tumblr.com/

Dora Budor at Ramiken Crucible

Inspired by a sculpture in a David Cronenberg sci-fi horror film, Dora Budor’s enormous head houses a seating area – a lounge for contemplating the life of the mind and how it can be controlled. (At Ramiken Crucible through June 5th). Dora Budor, installation view of ‘Ephemerol’ at Ramiken Crucible, through June 5th.