Posts Tagged ‘Dolphin Gallery’

David Ford:  I Like African Chicken at Dolphin Gallery until June 23rd, 2012.  A thoughtful, supersmart guy who just seems to love a visual gut punch.  Here’s a surprisingly good public radio interview with Mr. Ford (surprisingly good for art on the radio, that is).


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I AIM TOO HIGH is a lovely group show at the Dolphin Gallery.  Artists on view include Eric Sall, Archie Scott Gobber, Tom Gregg and Mike Erickson (that’s his “Sophisticated Entry Hall/Foyer Still Life with Reminders of Some Things I’ve Had/Have/Want and…”, 2011 above).  The show’s up until April 7, 2012.

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Archie Scott Gobber: Super Power at Dolphin Gallery, November 12, 2010-January 8, 2011.

From the press release:  “In his latest solo show, Archie Scott Gobber continues to skewer popular culture, from America itself, down to the individual citizen. He taps into the cultural anxieties resulting from current economic woes and political failings to examine contemporary social polarities.”

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Andrzej Zielinski, 1!, 2005, oil on panel, 20″ x 20″

Andrzej Zielinski is a young painter who splits his time between Brooklyn and Kansas City.  He has recently had solo exhibits at the Dolphin Gallery in Kansas City and DCKT Gallery in New York.  Zielinski was kind enough to answer some questions for us about his work.

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I was born in Kansas City and raised there.  I enjoyed art when I was young but never thought of being an artist.  After (more…)

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Eric Sall: Isolated Incidents at Dolphin Gallery in Kansas City, September 11-November 13, 2009.  There are some installation shots at Shorttage.

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Rachel Hayes: Ice Cold Daydream at Dolphin Gallery in Kansas City, September 4-November 7, 2009.

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Brion Noda Rosch’s collage Untitled (Exercising for Tomorrow) from the exhibit  “Censor Approved” at the Dolphin Gallery in KC.  (I still haven’t figured out if the title alludes to a theme for the show or if it’s just cool-sounding).  It’s up until September 5, 2009.  The exhibit  features work by Emily Sall, Archie Scott Gobber, Michael Krueger, Todd Chilton, Rachel Hayes and others.   Be sure to check out the installation shots to see Lynus Young’s big, funky wall drawing.

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