‘Cut’: The Bridge Club at Art Palace

Posted September 8th, 2015

Cut, a solo exhibit of photographs by The Bridge Club, will be on view at Art Palace in Houston, TX from September 11- October 24, 2015, accompanied by a live performance during the exhibit’s opening reception on September 11 from 6-8pm.

From the gallery’s press release:
The images on view offer glimpses of past performances by The Bridge Club from over the past two years. As the evidence of one anonymous collective persona realized by four agents, the tone of the photographs exists in the climate between camaraderie and isolation. The exhibit’s title refers both to the cinematic nature of the photographs on display and to the physical act of cutting, which will feature prominently in the performance. ‘Cut’ will activate the gallery space where sculpture typically resides and reference the surrounding photographic images, creating a sense of placelessness and ineffable longing.

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The Verge (Dam), archival digital print, edition of 3. 40″x60″

‘Six Of One, Half A Dozen of the other’ at DiverseWorks

Posted June 11th, 2014

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Several works from The Bridge Club’s ongoing series, The Trailer, will be included in Six of one, half a dozen of the other at DiverseWorks in Houston, a group exhibit curated from selected past recipients of The Idea Fund award. The Bridge Club received support from The Idea Fund, an initiative of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, for The Trailer in 2013. The exhibit, co-organized by DiverseWorks, Aurora Picture Show and Project Row Houses, will be on view at DiverseWorks from June 28-August 9, 2014.

‘To Each Their Own’ at Art Palace

Posted January 12th, 2014

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To Each Their Own, a group exhibit including work by The Bridge Club, will be on view at Art Palace in Houston, TX from January 17- February 15, 2014.

NEW WORKS BY: Mike Beradino, Elaine Bradford, The Bridge Club, Jeffrey Dell, Nathan Green, Charlie Morris, Jim Nolan, Linda Post, Raychael Stine, Barry Stone, Kyle Young, & Eric Zimmerman.

ReView- Summer Group Show at Art Palace

Posted July 2nd, 2013

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The Bridge Club has work on view from June 28- August 10, 2013 in ReView, a summer group show at Houston’s Art Palace. Stop by the Isabella Court galleries if you find yourself in the neighborhood!

‘Inheritance’- installation and performance at Box 13

Posted March 7th, 2013

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Inheritance, an installation and live performance by The Bridge Club, will be on view at Box13 Art Space in Houston from March 9- April 20, with the live performance taking place Tuesday, March 19 from 5-8PM (to coincide with the NCECA conference). Please join us!

Inheritance is an accumulative exhibition and live performance featuring the simple, domestic act of washing dinnerware. In its initial state, the installation features the spare arrangement of fragile, unfired porcelain dinnerware, awaiting activation through use. Midway through the exhibition, the actions of the live performance will activate and transform these objects, and by the exhibit’s close, the installation will consist of residues.

The work’s title, Inheritance, refers to the physical and emotional belongings, expectations and legacies that are passed down between generations.

‘Still,’ exhibit of large scale performance photographs at Art palace

Posted January 7th, 2013

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Still, an exhibition of photographs by The Bridge Club, will be on view at Art Palace gallery in Houston, TX from January 11 – February 16, 2013. A short live performance work by The Bridge Club will also take place during the exhibit’s opening reception, to be held on January 11 from 6-8pm. We hope to see you in Houston!

From the exhibit’s press release:
“This collection of photographs connects the spaces, objects and roles occupied by The Bridge Club’s temporal performance works. Each still offers intimate access to the hypnotic and beguiling worlds they create. Through intentionally isolating and freezing these fleeting moments the artists allow for an alternative experience of their work to draw new connections through time, space and narrative action.”