Happy 2015 from Collective Show

Dear Friends,

We hope you had an incredible 2014 and you’re looking forward to 2015! We are excited to announce that Collective Show is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which means your donations are now fully tax-deductible. As before, 100% of your donations go directly towards organizing Collective Show’s “group shows of groups shows” around the world. With your help, since 2009, we have organized exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles and Mexico City featuring over 130 contemporary art collectives made up of over 1100 individual artists.

Please consider making a donation and sending the following link to your friends and patrons before year-end: Donate Now! Even a $20 donation will help tremendously in mounting our next shows.

For 2015, we are making plans for Collective Show Tokyo and for Collective Show Detroit! We are also continuing our advocacy efforts for artist collectives, including by adding more coverage of collectives on social media and on our website. Please send us recommendations, updates and articles about collectives doing awesome things! And if you’d like to help with our 2015 shows, please drop us a line!

Wishing you all the best for 2015!

The Collective Show Team

Collective Show Mexico City 2014 – April 4-6

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Collective Show Mexico City 2014 is less than 2 weeks away!
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DATES April 4-6, 2014
PLACE: [CASA MAAUAD] Altamirano 20 / [ESPACIO ELECTROMAGNÉTICO] Joaquín García Icazbalceta 31 – COLONIA SAN RAFAEL

MEXICO CITY 2014 PARTICIPATING GROUPS:
La77 + Alumnos47 + Beka&Jobb +  Bikini Wax + Bliss Crew+ BoyfriendGirlfriend + Casa Maauad +  Camel Collective + Crater Invertido + Colectivo Luz y Fuerza Cine Expandido + Ediciones Conquista +  Diagrama + Eyelevel BQE + Gatosaurio + Haven Press + Las Hermanas Iglesias + HKJB + Libros Caballos + Lodos Contemporáneo + Neter + Planta Baja + Radiador + Silvershed + Soloway Gallery + SOMOSMEXAS  + Taller La Trampa + TLC +++ COLABORACIONES + Diagrama + La77 + Lodos Contemporáneo +  Museo Universitario del Chopo +++

COLLABORATIONS
Diagrama, La77, Lodos Contemporáneo, Museo Universitario del Chopo

CO-ORGANIZED BY Casa Maauad, Luz y Fuerza Cine Expandido

SPEARHEADED BY Eyelevel BQE, Silvershed

Click here for more info.

Hope to see you there!

Reports from Sunday Evening at Hôtel Americano

On a recent Sunday evening, Collective Show artists, patrons and other friends came together on the rooftop of Hôtel Americano to support the upcoming Collective Show exhibition in Mexico City.

In case you missed the event, you still have a chance to peruse the artworks that were featured in the evening’s silent auction.  Visit www.eyelevelfocus.com to view and bid on the works through April 10th. A portion of all sales will go towards the production of Collective Show Mexico City 2013, which opens April 10-21 at Neter.

This Sunday Evening: Benefit for Collective Show Mexico City at Hôtel Americano

Please join us this Sunday for a fundraiser to benefit the production of Collective Show Mexico City, an artist-organized exhibition of contemporary art groups recently established in New York and Mexico, opening in Mexico City in April 2013.

Select works will be featured in a silent auction.

Hôtel Americano
Sunday, March 24th, from 7pm-10pm
$15 suggested donation at the door

La Piscine Rooftop Pool & Bar
518 W27th Street, New York, NY 10001
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2-UP Launches New Poster Edition

The collaborative poster project will be showcasing its latest edition at Silvershed this Sunday, May 15! Featured at the Dependent Art Fair and at the 2010 NADA Art Fair, 2-UP pairs two members together to produce a double-sided poster that is packaged in twos. Each poster’s theme and content is a complete creation of the participants involved.

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The Dependent Art Fair

Perhaps New York’s most collective-friendly locale for art-viewing during Armory Week 2011 is this one night event. To be held in a hotel room not far from its inversely titled art fair, the Dependent Art Fair will exhibit sixteen various artist groups and gallery spaces.

Silvershed, organizers of Collective Show, is one of the groups exhibited so be sure to come by on Friday to experience this gem of a show. And join us at the Silvershed immediately following for the afterparty!

The Dependent Art Fair
Friday March 4, 2011
5pm-9pm
The Sheraton Hotel
160 W 25 St.

http://thedependentartfair.info/

New Kunstverein NY publications at Printed Matter!

The New York chapter of the international curatorial office and Collective Show group will debut two new editions at New York’s Printed Matter storefront this Thursday, February 24. The first, On View, Worldwide, for the Month Of… is an artist calendar produced in a collaborative effort.

Ian Monk’s Prompts


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‘Office Hours’ at Forever & Today, Inc.

The latest exhibition at Forever & Today, Inc. is one that places the viewer in a space that is both singular and varied. Ian Pedigo’s transformation of Chinatown’s storefront alternative art space takes the notion of a small business office and, while applying it to the art curator’s workspace, exposes the inner workings of the curatorial process from its seams.

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2nd Annual Queer Pile-Up!

2nd Annual Queer Pile-up Flyer

Another smashing success, the 2nd Annual Queer Pile-up! proved beyond doubt that local queer artists working in all mediums are an industrious, thoughtful and motivated bunch. With over 200 guests coming through the doors during the evening and 40 artist participants, the outcome was truly inspired and inspiring. Paintings, drawings, photos, book arts, sculpture, community outreach, videos, wearables, ‘zines and performance shared a nurturing and welcoming space. The result was surprisingly cohesive given the premise of the show: a temporarily repurposed storefront studio cleared out for one evening, filled with art on a drop-in basis, and cleared out again at the end of the night. Big thanks to Amy Adler for once again loaning us her studio!

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