studios.gallery is pleased to present The Artist Statement, an exhibition featuring current and past resident artists Ricky Allman, Barry Anderson, Miki Baird, Matthew Dehaemers, Marcie Miller Gross, Dylan Mortimer, Garry Noland, Brett Reif, Colby K Smith, Debra M Smith, Gerry Trilling, May Tveit, Peter Warren and Hye Young Shin. Exhibition on view from 12.02.16 to 1.27.17 with an opening reception Friday, 12.02.16 from 5:00 - 9:00 PM. studios.gallery is the one-stop shop for Kansas City’s greatest artists. The gallery hosts a large and varied collection of work donated by artists from the Residency Program. studios.gallery is an exhibition space and art lending program included in the Studios Inc non-profit organization. The studios.gallery exhibition rotates four times a year, which allows current works to be displayed from Kansas City’s most prominent artists. Proceeds generated from sales through studios.gallery are used towards funding of Studios Inc programs.Gallery Hours:Tues - Friday 10:00 - 12:00 PM1:00 - 4:00 PMSaturday 12:00 - 4:00 PMOpening Reception 12.02.16 5:00 - 9:00 PM.
The Studios Inc is pleased to announce that studios will become available in the beginning of 2013. Applications are currently being solicited at www.thestudiosinc.org ; materials must be received no later than August 30th 2012.The Studios Inc provides a three-year residency to competitively selected mid-career artists intent on moving to the next level of success. Expansive private studio space provides room to expand the scale of works. A patron underwrites each artist’s studio, building mutually meaningful relationships between local artists, and new and seasoned collectors. The Studios’ programs support the symbiotic relationship between artists and collectors essential for a thriving visual art community. The Studios nurtures symbiosis at a micro level with focus on a selected group of artists and the patrons who support them. Combined, The Studios Inc is a vital part of the visual art community’s unprecedented growth. A selection panel consisting of a variety of individuals from the Kansas City area is assembled and convenes; it is this selection panel that determines which applicants will be awarded studio spaces in 2013. Residencies are open to all visual artists. The Studios Inc does not discriminate on the basis of age, ethnicity, gender, economic or social standing, political or religious beliefs, marital status, or sexual orientation.With seven years behind us, our goal of promoting and providing the tools and resources to the most promising mid-career artists in our area has been extremely successful. Our three-year studio program continues to have major impact, within our local community and on a national and international level, promoting Kansas City as a leader in the visual arts.
First Friday 6:00 - 9:00 PM
<<Se opp for Rotemannen>>
by Peter Warren
The Studios Inc Exhibition Space is pleased to present <<Se opp for Rotenmannen>>, an exhibition featuring resident artist Peter Warren, on view from 05.04.12 to 06.22.12
With “process” at its core, Rotemannen searches for strands of what was, what is, and what will be….an experiment to link both the chaotic and focused realms of his world. - Peter WarrenPeter Warren is a resident artist at The Studios Inc. The Studios Inc provides studio space, professional development, networking, and exhibitions for mid-career artists in Greater Kansas City.
<<Se opp for Rotenmannen>> by Peter Warren
Opening Reception: Fri May 4 | 6 - 9 PMDance Performances: Fri May 4 | 6 - 9 PM
Artist's Talk: Sat May 5 | Noon - 1 PMThe Studios Inc Exhibition Space is pleased to present <<Se opp for Rotenmannen>>, an exhibition featuring resident artist Peter Warren, on view from 05.04.12 to 06.22.12 with an opening reception Friday, 05.04.12 from 6:00 - 9:00 PM.
In Warren's current storm of creativity, he is dismantling his studio and creating art out of everything for the upcoming exhibition, <<Se opp for Rotemannen>>. The show will include a broad range of work including installation, sculpture, two dimensional works and a performance by Trina Thompson Warren to create an all encompassing experience.With “process” at its core, Rotemannen searches for strands of what was, what is, and what will be….an experiment to link both the chaotic and focused realms of his world. - Peter WarrenPeter Warren is a resident artist at The Studios Inc. The Studios Inc provides studio space, professional development, networking, and exhibitions for mid-career artists in Greater Kansas City.The Studios Inc1708 Campbell StKansas City Mo 64108
The Late Show Gallery is pleased to present:Peter Warren: Elvis has Left the BuildingMarch 2 - 31, 2012 Wednesday through Saturday 11am to 6pm or by appointmentOpening reception: 6 to 10pm Friday, March 2, 2012
There is no doubt that his raw materials, compulsively collected and amassed here, are pieces of junk: broken bits of outlived heirlooms; half-buried casualties of technology’s war on analog machines. Yet this is no junkyard. And Warren’s works are in no way polished treasures whittled from the piles of another man’s trash. What Warren builds are mechanisms of resurrection, enlivened monuments of rust, soot, mud and dust—captured at their moment before total extinction, to stand for, celebrate in a way, the melancholic beauty inherent in abandonment and decay. They are the figures, sculptures and landscapes of Peter Warren’s manufactory. - Caleb Scott
Peter Warren is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Since 1997, Warren has worked as a technical/collaborative artist with the Trisha Brown Dance Company, The Wooster Group, Collapsible Giraffe, Accinosco, Gale Gates et al., and Combustive Motor Corporation. In 2002,Warren worked with choreographer Ming Lung Yang to create an interactive set design for an evening-length piece for Dance Forum Taipei. Warren’s work has been shown in New York City,Des Moines,Iowa, and in Kansas City, Missouri. Warren is currently a resident of The Studios Inc in Kansas City.My work is not about making sense of the past or finding clarity for the future. I find the satisfaction and necessity of pattern within the delicate balance between chaos and order. My goal is to let my instinct guide and inform my process and to allow the materials to find their own voice. - Peter Warren
The Late Show Gallery1600 CherryKansas City MO 64108816.474.1300