We Have T-Shirts!

Posted by Exquisite Corpse On Jan - 01 - 2009

We now have t-shirts for sale! Printed on American Apparel, sizes xs-large are available. For more information, please email us at exquisitecorpse301@yahoo.com

March Art Hop

Posted by Exquisite Corpse On Feb - 20 - 2009

During the month of March, gallery member Heidi Weiss will be showing her recent series of work, "(the often exaggerated) series of worst case scenarios."

April Art Hop

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Leslie Grossman will be showing a new series of work, "Repetition in Nature" Come see her work on the first Friday, April 3rd from 5-9 p.m.

Monthly Art-ings

Posted by Exquisite Corpser On March - 14 - 2009

Each month the Exquisite Corpse hosts gatherings to promote the arts in the community. Check below to see what we're doing this month!

2 x Exquisite Corpse

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CURRENTLY ON VIEW

2 X EXQUISITE CORPSE
Our gallery will be divided this month to host recent paintings
by artists Ryan Nelson and drawings by Aaron Adams.

October 2 - November 3, 2009
Opening Reception
Friday, October 2, 5-9 pm.

Additional gallery hours:
Tuesdays 10-2 pm or by appointment

May Art Hop!

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notably unnoticed email
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April Art Hop!

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Repitiion in Nature- Leslie Grossman

Join us on Friday, April 3rd from 5-9pm and see new work by Leslie Grossman!
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Call for entries!

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ecnotably

The Exquisite Corpse is hosting an exhibit for the month of May entitled, "notably unnoticed." The exhibition will offer a unique insight into the process of art making; a display of by-products accumulated on the way to finished artwork.

Examples include:
Color tests, scraps, rags, balls of paper, broken tools, fabric trimmings; all things on the studio floor or shoved to the outer perimeter of tables.

Submission guidelines:
1-2 JPEG images no larger than 2MB. Please title images

A short paragraph on your thoughts on process. This can be about how you create you work, the importance of a particular method used to create your art, or anything else you find important. What makes this interesting to you?

Deadline: April 15

Accepted applicants will be notified within 2 weeks of receiving their submissions. Upon notification, a $10 fee will be collected and put towards reception and promotional materials.

Send a CD or email of the following criteria to:

The Exquisite Corpse Gallery
326 w. Kalamazoo Ave.
#301
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

exquisitecorpse301@yahoo.com

Call for Submissions!

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We are interested in your submissions. The Exquisite Corpse accepts
exhibition proposals throughout the year. Our gallery is best suited
for solo-shows, but we welcome your ideas for a group show,
installation, or performance piece. All work must have been made
within the last 2 years.

Burn the following information onto CD and send to the address below
1. 5-10 JPEGS, no larger than 2MB. Please title images,
lastname/firstinitial_worktitle
abbreviate if necessary (ex. Shmo/J_Self Portrait)
2. Image list, (Title, medium, dimensions, year)
3. Current Resume
4. Artist Statement
5. Artist Bio

Exquisite Corpse
326 W. Kalamazoo Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
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Make Art With Us!

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Flyer
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March Art Hop

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WeissMAshow

During the month of March, gallery member Heidi Weiss will be showing her recent series of work, "(the often exaggerated) series of worst case scenarios."

Want to see it before then? The work will also be shown from February 16-20 on the campus of Western Michigan University.
Visit here for more info!

    About Me

    Exquisite Corpse is an artist collective and gallery promoting contemporary art by emerging artists. Located in the Park Trades Center, we host monthly exhibitions including group, solo, and juried shows. Exquisite Corpse works to educate and enlighten our audience while providing Kalamazoo and others with a progressive art experience. As an emerging gallery run by emerging artists, we are interested in expanding our community's involvement with the arts. Part of that expansion involves building relationships with our community in order to understand how the arts can further contribute to a locally and globally engaged public. That relationship directly influences what subjects we discuss and choose to exhibit. As an artist collective, we are uniquely positioned to directly contribute to this discussion. Hailing from different backgrounds, we are four emerging artists working independently in a shared studio environment. Our common interest in making art and sharing it with others has provided the opportunity to work together and operate a gallery. We hope that you stop by and check us out.