Teaching Residency with Alec Soth of Little Brown Mushroom and Winnebago Workshops - a mobile classroom that puts artists with teens to create multimedia stories.
Click HERE to read more about the project.
LOOK3 FESTIVAL 2015 : CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
Featuring a line-up of internationally renowned artists, curated by Kathy Ryan and Scott Thode.
June 10 - 13, 2015
LOOK3 will transform historic Charlottesville into a dynamic, immersive art space with world-class exhibitions, talks, projections, events, and workshops. Elizabeth Huey's photographs and paintings will be a part of WORKS, the much-anticipated outdoor projection event in the heart of the LOOK3 Festival. Showcasing the most vital and innovative photography projects today, WORKS takes place on Friday, June 12th and Saturday, June 13th from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm in The Charlottesville Pavillion. Enjoy exceptional visual essays each evening that represent a dynamic cross-section of international work from photojournalism to fine art, and from both established and emerging photographers.
For more information or to purchase tickets click HERE
Opening Reception: May 16, 4-8pm
May 16 - June 21, 2015
THE BIG SHOW 9 Group Exhibition at Silas Marder : Bridgehampton, NY
52 artists were commissioned to make three 8x10" paintings for this annual exhibition.
Solo Exhibition : Nobile & Amundsen
Opening Reception: May 16, 2014 6-9 PM
Elizabeth Huey's paintings and collages reflect a broad spectrum of quandaries surrounding humanity and healing. Luminous pairs exchange intimate caresses while individuals immerse themselves in remedies and recreation. Myriad forces — nature, architecture, and history — impact the minds and perceptions of each protagonist. Chaos and order collide and coalesce in the paint handling and spatial constructs. Excavating imagery from a diverse array of sources, Huey continually draws from her own photographs as well as her ever-expanding collection of found photos.
“Violet Moonrise,” while picaresque, suggests something more formidable upon closer inspection, and not all depicted players are congruous with the poolside idyll. Huey's paintings and collages are populated with faceless, scantily clad figures, but their potential for salaciousness is undercut by her sunshiny settings: bathers recline poolside or in oceanfront relaxation. Reverberating with vivid color, her landscapes blur the borders between intimacy, eeriness, and escapism. Though culled from a collection of her own and found photographs, the artist's work lacks specific landmarks, having more in common with dreams than actual snapshots. Click here on Exhibition A to purchase.