Drums & Percussion on the Last Kiosk

Cassette Release / Jacknife Presents March 24 9pm – 1am

KXLU Broadcast w/ Ned Learner, March 17th 9 – 11pm

Jenene Nagy Included in Man Made

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On view: March 18, 2017 – May 6, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday | March 18, 2017 |6-9pm

Brand Library & Art Center is pleased to present Man Made, an exhibition that explores the urban ecology of our built environment through the distinctive artwork of seven remarkable women: Jacqueline Bell Johnson, Anita Bunn, Chelsea Dean, Jennifer Gunlock, Jenene Nagy, Michelle Robinson and Sinziana Velicescu. read more here

 

 

Martin Mull featured on Widewalls

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Jenene Nagy, scabland,” 2017 at Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art

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Jenene Nagy: scabland

Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art
January 26 – February 23, 2017

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Devan Shimoyama Is the Winner of the 2016 PULSE Prize

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By: Sarah Cascone

Devan Shimoyama is the winner of the 2016 Miami Beach PULSE Prize at PULSE Miami Beach. The artist’s work was the subject of a solo presentation at the booth of Los Angeles’s Samuel Freeman Gallery, a first time exhibitor at the fair.

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Devan Shimoyama Nominated For The PULSE Prize

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The PULSE Prize is a jury-awarded cash grant presented directly to an artist of distinction who will be chosen from a solo artist presentation by an IMPULSE Exhibitor.

Image: Devan Shimoyama, Let Me Help, 2015, Oil Enamel, Spray Paint, Graphite, Acrylic, Glitter, Beads on Canvas, 52″ x 42″ x 2.25.”

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Jenene Nagy at Michael Warren Contemporary

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JENENE NAGY
The temperature of the atmosphere underneath your skin 

Reception for the Artist: Friday November 11th, 6-8pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, November 12th, 11am 

JENENE NAGY INCLUDED IN WE MAKE OUR OWN TIME

 

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WE MAKE OUR OWN TIME
ART DEPARTMENT FACULTY BIENNIAL EXHIBITION

Opening reception Thursday October 6, 6-8p
Exhibition runs October 10, 2016 – Febuary 9, 2017

Time is both an abstract and the underlying structure governing modern civilization. It is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. It is a measurement, it is currency, it is a standard.

Image: Jenene Nagy, Little Gem, 2015, Foil Tape on Paper, 8″ x 8″

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