Saturday, March 27, 2010


REVIEWS : WAYNE WHITE I Fell 37 Miles to Earth 100 Years Ago

"Through his quippy phrases, Wayne White plays the part of wife beater-wearing, water-bed-rocking, porn-star-wannabe art critic, his curt turns of phrase not so much a reduction of a painting style as an hilarious embellishment of one." - Lucia Simek, D Magazine

Appetite whet for more? Read on...

@ D Magazine Front Row, click for the review, or PDF permalink
@ Arrested Motion, click here for review, or PDF permalink

Can't get enough?
Get your own -- If you haven’t yet picked up White’s excellent 384 page behemoth-of-a-monograph (designed by Todd Oldham), brilliantly titled “Maybe Now I’ll Get The Respect I So Richly Deserve,” you should grab a copy of the special edition here whilst they are still available.

Thursday, March 18, 2010


Not to be missed! -visit the Dallas Musuem of Art this weekend for the last weekend of Performance/Art featuring Marty Walker Gallery artists Frances Bagley and Tom Orr:


Performance/Art installation at The Dallas Museum of Art

In Performance/Art, artists Frances Bagley and husband Tom Orr have reinvented elements from their set and costume design work commisioned for The Dallas Opera's 50th anniversary production of Verdi's Nabucco in 2006.

"Bagley and Orr's installation is fully in keeping with Verdi's grand work yet stands on its own as a powerful and mysterious sculptural environment in which viewers virtually become performers themselves." -Dallas Museum of Art


Dallas Museum of Art [MAP]
1717 North Harwood
Dallas, Texas 75201
P : 214-922-1200

Hours: Tuesday* and Wednesday: 11:00 pm–5:00 pm, Thursday: 11:00 am–9:00 pm,Friday**, Saturday, and Sunday: 11:00 pm–5:00 pm, Closed Mondays. *FREE First Tuesday of each month **Late Night Fridays (third Friday of the month) the Museum is open until midnight.

Thursday, March 11, 2010


Lisa Grossman, Glance, 2010, oil on canvas, 24 x 60 inches



March 23 - April 17, 2010
Reception: Saturday March 27, 6-8pm

Mark your calendars for this exhibition of deftly executed landscape oil paintings that flirt wildly with abstraction in a solo show by Kansas artist Lisa Grossman at Marty Walker Gallery.

Lisa Grossman
, Sand River I, 2010, oil on canvas, 32 x 40 inches

Thursday, March 4, 2010

ANNA KRACHEY -31 Women in Art Photography, group show

Ann Woo, Cave, 2007, 30 x 40 in. Ed. 5

Anna Krachey, Cupcake, 2007, digital archival print, 31" x 40" ed. of 10

31 Women in Art Photography

Presented by Humble Arts Foundation and Affirmation Arts
Curated by Charlotte Cotton and Jon Feinstein

Saturday, March 6 – Saturday, April 10, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 6, 6 – 9 p.m.

PRESS RELEASE: March 2010, in honor of Women’s History Month, Humble Arts Foundation in association with Affirmation Arts will present its second edition of 31 Women in Art Photography, a five-week exhibition celebrating 31 of the most innovative women in new art photography. The exhibition, curated by Charlotte Cotton and Jon Feinstein, will present an eclectic mix of new talent, culled from open submissions. 31 opens at Affirmation Arts in New York City on Saturday, March 6 during The Armory Show 2010.

The exhibition includes photographs by Erica Allen, Amelia Bauer, Claire Beckett, Gilda Davidian, Jessica Eaton, Naomi Harris, Carmen von Kende, Anna Krachey, Yvonne Lacet, Erika Larsen, Jessica Mallios, Alison Malone, S. Billie Mandle, Paula McCartney, Rachelle Mozman, Yamini Nayar, Sarah Palmer, Kristine Potter, Heather Rasmussen, Justine Reyes, Lisa Robinson, Irina Rozovsky, Sasha Rudensky, Victoria Sambunaris, Robin Schwartz, Emily Shur, Brea Souders, Rachel Sussman, Kirsten Kay Thoen, Carson Fisk-Vittori, and Ann Woo.

The Curators: British curator Charlotte Cotton recently became the creative director for the National Media Museum in Bradford, England and will be heading up the planned expansion of the museum in London. Previously Cotton was the curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Department of photography at the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art, head of programming at the Photographer’s Gallery, London photography curator for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London for several years and is the founding editor of Words Without Pictures. Jon Feinstein is the co-founder and curatorial director of Humble Arts Foundation; he has organized numerous exhibitions throughout New York including the recent exhibition “Trying Them On” at Hendershot Gallery.

Founded in 2005 by amani olu and Jon Feinstein, Humble Arts Foundation is committed to promoting the work of new photo-based artists. The New York-based nonprofit serves the international art community by way of exhibition and publishing opportunities, limited-edition print sales, twice–annual artists grants, and various special projects.

The Affirmation Arts supports professionalism in the arts through exhibitions, programming and education. 31 Women in Art Photography Sponsored by LTI / Lightside Photographic Services

Affirmation Arts

523 W. 37th Street
New York, NY 10018
(212) 925.0092

Gallery hours:
Tues – Fri, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sat 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

To see additional available works by Marty Walker Gallery Anna Krachey, please visit our website: -and for further information or acquisitions, please contact gallery.