Saturday, January 31, 2015

REMINDER! FREE SATURDAY SCREENING at CAMERA

January 31st at 3:200pm

THE FRENCH CONNECTON
Dir. William Friedkin (USA: 1971), 104 min.

Two New York City narcotics detectives follow leads to track down a smuggling job coming from Europe. Among many other awards, the film claimed an Academy Award for Best Picture, a Golden Globe Award, and a nomination for Best Cinematography.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Sarah Anne Johnson Mid-Career Survey Opening at CAM Raleigh

Please join gallery artist Sarah Anne Johnson for the opening reception of her Mid-Career Survey, Wonderland,  at CAM Raleigh in North Carolina. The reception will take place on Friday, February 6th at 6pm. 


For more information: http://camraleigh.org/sarah-anne-johnson-wonderland/

Sarah Anne Johnson Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

FREE SATURDAY SCREENING at CAMERA

January 31st at 3:200pm

THE FRENCH CONNECTON
Dir. William Friedkin (USA: 1971), 104 min.

Two New York City narcotics detectives follow leads to track down a smuggling job coming from Europe. Among many other awards, the film claimed an Academy Award for Best Picture, a Golden Globe Award, and a nomination for Best Cinematography.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Subway Exhibition Featured on Blog TO

"It'd be fair to say that we're transit-obsessed in Toronto. Perhaps it's because our commute takes up a disproportionate amount of time, and we just can't stop thinking about how bad we have. Or perhaps many of us are secret transit nerds who rejoice at the thought of fantasy subway maps and vintage photos of TTC vehicles. Whatever the reason, a new photography show at Stephen Bulger Gallery aims to capitalize on our subway obsession." - Derek Flack for Blog TO

Read the full article here and find out more about the exhibition on our website.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

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January 24th at 3:00pm

THE INCIDENT
Dir. Larry Peerce (USA: 1967), 107 min.

After run-ins with several passersby on the street, two men hold a New York City Subway train hostage. Brought together by an everyday necessity, the group ranges from elderly couples to soldiers who must share the experience of being terrorized at knifepoint.  

Friday, January 23, 2015

Cynthia Greig Exhibition Opening Tonight!

Please join gallery artist Cynthia Greig at her exhibition opening for Making Mischief tonight from 6-8pm. The show will be on view from January 23rd to March 7th at Center Galleries located at Center for Creative Studies in Detroit.

"Making Mischief features artists from Detroit, New York and Italy whose wry, provocative works scrutinize (and, in some cases, satirize) the settings, systems and behaviors unique to the art world." - Center Galleries

Location: Center Galleries, 301 Frederick Douglass Ave, Detroit
Cost: Free Admission

For more information: www.collegeforcreativestudies.edu

Cynthia Greig Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

FREE SATURDAY SCREENING at CAMERA

January 24th at 3:00pm

THE INCIDENT
Dir. Larry Peerce (USA: 1967), 107 min.

After run-ins with several passersby on the street, two men hold a New York City Subway train hostage. Brought together by an everyday necessity, the group ranges from elderly couples to soldiers who must share the experience of being terrorized at knifepoint.  

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Sunil Gupta Exhibition at Gallery at the Whitney

Gallery artist Sunil Gupta will be presenting his work, Queer Migrations: Family, Identity and Place, at Gallery at the Whitney in New Haven, Connecticut from February 5th to May 20th.

"In Queer Migrations: Family, Identity, and Place, Sunil Gupta explores issues of cultural displacement or transposition, investigating the theme of individual identity as it exists within the broader context of social mores and conventions. Two pivotal bodies of photographs, “Homelands” (2001-2003) and 'Mr. Malhotra’s Party' (2007-), are featured in the exhibit, which is presented in conjunction with a series of seminars throughout the Spring on South Asian Photographs entitled 'Across the Disciplines: The Uses of Visual Evidence.' The exhibit is presented in collaboration with the sepiaEYE Gallery New York, which represents Mr. Gupta’s work. The exhibit and seminar series are a Humanities/Humanity project of the Whitney Humanities Center." - Gallery at the Whitney

For more information: http://www.yale.edu/whcgallery/current.html

Sunil Gupta Artist Page: http://www.bulgergallery.com

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January 17th at 3:00pm

GRAVITY
Dir. Alfonso Cuarón (USA: 2013), 91 min.

During a routine spacewalk to service the Hubble Space Telescope, a veteran astronaut and biomedical engineer are warned about a cloud of debris. When disaster strikes and all communication to Earth is lost, their mental, emotional, and physical strength is put to the test. The space drama won 7 Oscars.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

FREE SATURDAY SCREENING at CAMERA

January 17th at 3:00pm

GRAVITY
Dir. Alfonso Cuarón (USA: 2013), 91 min.

During a routine spacewalk to service the Hubble Space Telescope, a veteran astronaut and biomedical engineer are warned about a cloud of debris. When disaster strikes and all communication to Earth is lost, their mental, emotional, and physical strength is put to the test. The space drama won 7 Oscars.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Sarah Anne Johnson Mid-Career Survey at CAM Raleigh

CAM Raleigh Press Release

The Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh (CAM Raleigh) is pleased to announce WONDERLAND, a mid- career survey of Winnipeg based artist Sarah Anne Johnson, on view at 409 W. Martin Street from February 6 to May 5, 2015. Guest curator Steven Matijcio of Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) and formerly Curator of Contemporary Art at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), is working closely with the artist on what will be her first mid-career survey. Matijcio first worked with Johnson in her inaugural museum show at Winnipeg’s Plug In ICA in 2006 and sponsored her award-winning 2008 exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario as part of the prestigious Grange Prize. Johnson has continued to work at a prodigious pace since that time, and WONDERLAND will bring together her five major bodies of work to date, as well as a pair of large-scale installations and live performance. In so doing, over a decade of Johnson’s bright, playful and consistently provocative work will be assembled into an exhilarating survey.

The work of Sarah Anne Johnson (b. 1976 Winnipeg, Canada) playfully, but pointedly bridges the real and the imagined; factual and fictive; lived and desired. She works from a bravely personal perspective that reflects her growing concerns for the world, combined with the pursuit of a utopian place that remains tantalizingly out of reach. At every step Johnson attempts to nudge reality closer to her ideals, supplementing quixotic photographs with humble dioramas, Sculpey figurines, painterly interludes, handcrafted doll-houses and a dizzying array of modifications performed upon the photograph itself. As a whole, WONDERLAND presents the first opportunity to trace the continuity and inspiring evolution of this artist’s practice. 

Opening Preview – Members and Press
Thursday, February 5, 2015, 6:00-8:00pm

Free First Friday & Public Opening
Friday, February 6, 2015, 6:00-10:00pm

Coffee & Conversation with the artist and curator
Saturday, February 7, 2015, 11:00am

Performance: Dancing with the Doctor
Thursday & Friday, March 19 & 20, 2015, 7:00pm
Saturday, March 21, 2015, 11:00am

For more information: http://camraleigh.org/sarah-anne-johnson-wonderland/

REMINDER! FREE SATURDAY SCREENING at CAMERA

January 10 at 3:00pm

MOON
Dir. Duncan Jones (UK: 2009), 97 min.

This science fiction drama introduces a man who is on a 3 year project extracting a resource from the moon to send back to Earth. Nearing the end of the project, he faces a personal crisis with only an automaton to find support from. The film made its first appearance at Sundance Film Festival and has won over 15 awards internationally.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

FREE SATURDAY SCREENING at CAMERA

January 10 at 3:00pm

MOON
Dir. Duncan Jones (UK: 2009), 97 min.

This science fiction drama introduces a man who is on a 3 year project extracting a resource from the moon to send back to Earth. Nearing the end of the project, he faces a personal crisis with only an automaton to find support from. The film made its first appearance at Sundance Film Festival and has won over 15 awards internationally.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Camera Included In Top 10 Under The Radar Places To Watch A Film In Toronto

"Under the radar movie theatres in Toronto often don't make it into the city's easily Google-able movie listings like commercial and rep screenings do, but without them the film community would be a shadow of its current self. From small traditional cinema spaces to back alley bike shops, local film makers, programmers, and midsize festivals keep Toronto's micro screening houses busy year round. [...] Stephen Bulger Gallery's cozy bar/screening room (backed by Atom Egoyan himself) is a little on the fancy side, but Toronto wouldn't be complete without it." - Aubrey Jax for Blog TO

Read the full article here: www.blogto.com

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Sunil Gupta Interview In Anthology Launching Next Week

The anthology Sexuality: Documents of Contemporary Art, published by the Whitechapel Gallery and MIT press will include an interview of gallery artist Sunil Gupta, originally printed in EXPOSURE Magazine. It will launch this Thursday, January 8th in conjunction with the event, Sexuality, at Whitechapel Gallery in London, England at 7pm.

For more information: Sexuality: Documents of Contemporary Art

Sunil Gupta Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com

National Post Lists Robert Burley Exhibition As Top Art Exhibition of 2014

Gallery artist Robert Burley's exhibition, The Disappearance of Darkness, on view last winter at the Ryerson Image Centre was listed as Number 3 in the National Post's Top 9 Art Exhibitions of 2014. Traveling internationally, the exhibition will be on view at George Eastman House until January 4th.

Read the full article here: National Post

Robert Burley Artist Page: www.bulgergallery.com