PIEROGI Summershow

We are proud to present a group exhibition of painting, drawing, sculpture and photography,

Mind’s Eye

The process and media employed by each artist differs but they are related conceptually, revealing an ecstatic personal vision driven by their mind’s eye. Working within the present chaotic political, ecological, and social milieu, each absorbs and looks beyond current events to create their own visionary environment

BRINGING TOGETHER: Recent Acquisitions
May 25- January26, 2020

New Mexico Museum of Art
Santa Fe, NM

LANDFALL press, Santa Fe
Presentation on Friday ,March 24.
4-6 pm at Landfall Press

signed edition of 10 available ,
publisher Timothy Willms Fine Art, 2017


April-May 2019 working as installation specialist for the Icelandic Pavilion
at La Biennale di Venezia, 2019


by Shoplifter / Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir


International Group Show

by the Guidecca Satellite

featuring the Space Rider

Opening: Saturday May 4.2019
Fondamenta San Biagio 796
30133 Giudecca VENEZIA

Group exhibition

The Case Histories/ Responsa

Pierogi Gallery, Saturday May 11, 2019

"Twin Stars"
September 2018:
Participating in Martin Wilner’s CASE HISTORIES with a daily message, the works will be exhibited in 2019.

Making History: The Case Histories began in 2012 as an evolutionary expansion of the scope of Martin Wilner's decade-long calendar-based work process. He began to invite a wide array of subjects for a monthlong correspondence based art process wherein daily messages were translated into his daily visual art practice. Subjects to date include filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, composer John Zorn, curator Isabelle Dervaux, architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the space scientists of the SETI Institue, and a wide array of visual artists and psychiatrists.

With his background in both the arts and psychoanalysis, this process allowed for the introduction of the basic principles of psychoanalytic theory directly into the work practice. The works document the situational relationship that develops over the course of each month. The results are a nontraditional form of portraiture. Much as an MRI image of the brain represents a sagittal slice of a brain in space, these works reflect a state of mind fixed in a discrete period of time.