Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Our studio mate and TL buddy Megan Sullivan has some of her awesome wall hangings in Four Women at Jack Hanley in NYC. The show opens in November and will be up through December. Here's a link to Megan's site and one to the Jack Hanley gallery.
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Team Lump's very own razor blade queen got blurbed on Wooster Collective. Each post isnt a new page or i'd just repost. But you should be on there anyway checkin shit theyre diggin out! Hunt it down, you got the interweb.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Our good friends Molly Schafer, and Jenny Kendler have started a great print series where different artist create an image of an endangered species, and the number of existing species corresponds to the number of limited edition prints offered by The Endangered Species Print Project (ESPP). < Follow this link for more information on the series, and to see some of the work thats come out so far. Your support of this print series goes directly to organizations that oversee the well-being of specific furry, feathered, and slimy friends.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Bill, Josh, Leah, and myself are flying out to London later this week to install our first major Team Lump exhibition since we did the "Glad To See You" show at 1026 in 07. We're building two big installations on site with mostly found materials, but I don't want to give away too much right now. I'll get the pictures up for you to see soon.
Saturday, May 30, 2009
curated by Thad Kellstadt
In That Gold Land is a group show that Lump friend Thad Kellstadt put together at Heaven Gallery. Show opened on May 16th, and runs into mid-June. If you're around Chicago or Wicker Park stop in , the gallery is right off Milwaukee Ave. Me and Bill are in this show with some other greats artists and friends like Thad, Jacob Ciocci, Josh Tonies, Matt Barton, Jesse Hulcher, Ladyboy, etc, the list goes on. The show was sponsored by the Harold Arts organization which is a grassroots residency program and self-publisher of HARQ, the Harold Arts Residency Quarterly. Nicholas Wylie, an overall rad person, and Harold Arts organizer was also in the show. Here's a few pics of the lay out. Big thanks to Thad and Jesse for housing everyone and being great hosts.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Article. Bill Thelen's AID's quilt from his 2007 Branch Gallery solo show "minor character" has found its way into the Weatherspoon Museum of Arts' current "Cool, Calm and Collected" exhibit. The show is a chance for them to show off the recent purchases and additions to the expansive contemporary collection that the Weatherspoon is building in Greensboro. I love this museum. They put together some great shows and have a really nice space. This "Cool and Collected" show is not up for very much longer, so if you haven't checked it out yet, you should.