For “Monopines” at Not Gallery in Austin, TX Everest Pipkin MFA ’18 and Alex Lukas MFA ’18 show new prints, drawings, generative animation, and small sculpture where these faked and altered natural objects have escaped corporate and personal usage and become wild.
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Late last fall, artists, scholars, conservators, and aficionados gathered at for “The Road Less Traveled” Conference the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to discuss the preservation, promotion, and stewardship of artist-built environments.
Created within the current political tumult, new works by the 2018 CMU School of Art MFA candidates examine pop culture fantasies of entertainment, capital, and collapse.
The Chicago Art Book Fair is dedicated to showcasing emerging directions and diverse legacies within small press arts publishing.
87.5 to 107.9, 530 to 1710 presents new sculptures and paintings by Alex Lukas examining this space of breakdown
In “Errant Landscapes,” four artists work in diverse ways with the visual lexicon around the genre of landscape.
Produced alongside the political theatre of 2017, “Highest Grossing Film: The Sequel” approaches issues of capital, entertainment, and collapse.
Beginning September 22, CMU MFA candidates will have a new off-campus space to develop and exhibit work, collaborate with other artists and thinkers, and enrich the artistic and cultural dialogue of Pittsburgh and beyond.
Alex Lukas’ practice incorporates drawing, sculpture, audio and distributable printed material to interrogate the dissemination of language alongside formed notions of place and time, both real and imagined. His current research focuses on the liminal space of American highways and the vernacular roadside through the lens of history and speculative, post-apocalyptic fiction.
Alex Lukas MFA ’18 and Leah Mackin are pleased to share a new DBQ pamphlet highlighting Alexander Calder’s Immobile Mobile for Eight Hanging Banners, 1975 – Present released at the Philadelphia Art Book Fair.