“Drury | New York | San Francisco | Berlin”
October 3rd – 31st, 2014
Curated by Todd Lowery
Proud to be exhibiting with my fellow alum at Drury University’s Pool Art Center.
This weekend I’m excited to be participating in Bushwick Open Studios.
My studio is located at 160 Randolf between Varick and Stewart. Nearest to the Jefferson Stop on the L Train.
I will be in my space:
Saturday May 30th Noon to 4
Sunday June 1st, 1 to 5
Text me ahead of time to find if I’m in or briefly stepped out. (646) 388-1045
I was pleasantly surprised to find out E-junkie had selected me for their Top 10 artists you must check out.
“Ben Bunch is a New York-based who uses everything from EVA foam, foamcore, chipboard, glue, paper collage, paint marker and spray paint to create colorful whimsical sculptures that look like electronic devices. read more…”
Tessa Lou Fix
Hrafnhildur Arnardottir Aka. Shoplifter
Katrin Inga Jonsdottir Hjordisardottir Hirt
Ryan Blair Sullivan
Kira Nam Greene
Azuza Inkh with Mark Mckeown
Marta Laufey Pacho Ásgeirsdóttir
Laura Álvarez Martín
Friday June 28th, 8-10 pm
Performance and Art Exhibit
There will be a performance night and some art in our town of Sharon springs, at:
204 main street Bistro
Saturday June 29th, 2-6 pm (and into the evening)
Come celebrate art and nature at our
Art Exhibit Opening and BBQ 7618 Route 10, Sharon Springs
And then on Sunday we can go swimming somewhere before heading back to the city.
Our house is on Route 10, between Sharon Springs and Ames. Last house before Ames, up on a hill, yellow house with a big gorilla in front of it, and a red barn across the street. This event is free and open to the public.
Video Artist Matt Boyko is putting together a series of artist interview over the next year or so. Here is the first installment including me at my solo show.
This summer artist Dane Patterson will curate a group show of drawings and collages as well as publishing a catalog zine to accompany the exhibition.
Plant Migration Zine
This un-themed art zine features the artwork of 17 contemporary visual artists:
Jóhannes Atli Hinriksson
Jasper Sebastian Stürup
Edited by Dane Patterson
53 Pages, Softcover, Perfect Bound, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, Color Offset, First Edition, 270 Copies, 2012
Contact here to purchase.
The art critic Irving Sandler visited The Proposition in May during the “Spring Round Up” group show. I was thrilled when I heard he wanted to do a photo shoot with my works for an interview with The Chronicle Review. The director of the gallery Ronald Sosinski speaks with Irving about the works in the show. Check out the interview here. Also pictured are paintings by Megan Burns, Evan Levine, and Balint Zsako.
Founder and contributor of the mustic/culure blog I Care If You Listen, Thomas Denueville interviewed me for his 5 question segment. Read the interview here.
January 21 – February 26, 2012
Opening: Saturday January 21, 6-8pm
2 Extra Place (off of First st. between Bowery and 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
I was mentioned in a review about The Proposition’s group exhibition “Spring Round-Up”. The article by Leigh Anne Miller says, “Imaginative figurative paintings by Megan Burns and Balint Zsako harmonize with Ben Bunch’s colorful constructions on pedestals that resemble electrical engineering contraptions.”
This month the Culture and Art’s blog Glasschord inviting me to contribute some words and image about my work.
May 7 – June 19, 2011
Opening Saturday, May 7th, 6 to 8
2 Extra Place
New York, NY 10003