Dear Friends,

Welcome to the blog for the Marcia Wood Gallery. This new blog is our way of staying in touch with you in a more personal manner than we can do on our website (though we hope you’ll visit it, too). Since the blog is new, it will surely evolve. For now, we’ve got updates on what our artists have been doing—we’re posting new information weekly—and what we’re doing as a gallery in terms of fairs and travel. Eventually we hope to include interviews with our artists, and some first-person pieces, maybe even special projects, by our artists and gallery friends.


If you’re going to be in New York at the end of the month, come by and say Hey. We’ll be at the Pulse Fair, booth #I-12.



Saturday, March 1, 2008

Chris Verene

"The Pregnancy Test", 2002, Type-C Archival print, ed. of 6, with handwritten caption in oil by the artist, 30 x 36 inches
Verene 2007 Data
Announced Representation in New York City with Deitch Projects. 
Official Entry Selection in the Deitch "Art Parade" in which we pulled our baby, Nicolas, in a specially-made wagon and raised money for Children with Rare Diseases. 
Promised Gift to the SF MoMA collection.
Accquired by the Thomas H. Lee and Ann Tenenbaum Collection, Trustees of the Museum of Modern Art 
Editorial Advisory Board, Art Papers Magazine
Guest Lecturer, Yale University Masters Program
Major Exhibition Review, ArtForum Magazine
Cover Story: "Men and Depression," Newsweek Magazine, March 2007

Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions from 2007:"Shoot the Family," traveling Museum Exhibition, Massachusetts College of Art, Curated by Ralph Rugoff director of The Hayward Gallery, London (with catalog).
“June Bride,” Yossi Milo Gallery, New York
“Gallery Artists,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
“Galesburg, Yes,” Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta
“Self-Esteem,” Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta
"Galesburg," Gescheidle, Chicago
“Self-Esteem,” Quality Pictures, Portland, Oregon
“Galesburg,” ADA Gallery, Richmond

Chris has also been included in various regional group Exhibitions and national and international Art Fair Exhibitions.

"Lexus", 2005, Type-C Archival print, ed. of 6, with handwritten caption in oil by the artist, 30 x 36 inches

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