"Stadia" Anne Sherwood Pundyk: Exhibition Catalogue
"Stadia" presents paintings by Anne Sherwood Pundyk and her dialogues with poet and critic Barry Schwabsky and artist and writer Kara L. Rooney. The works and conversations reveal Pundyk's traversal between her studio practice and collaborative exchanges. Color and gesture translate the artist's essential stories. Through her connections with other artists and her audience she looks to identify how these stories overlap with older tales, myths and fable. These works were shown at Susan Eley Fine Art, New York, NY in the winter of 2013.
Review of Postmasters Gallery show, "This is what sculpture looks like," In The Brooklyn Rail
To counter perceived favoritism toward the medium of painting at the expense of sculpture in the marketplace and in critical discourse, this entertaining show intends to even the score. Bluster is good for business, but the underdog stance of the work doesn’t come as much from it being sculpture as it does from being subversive. An equally good title would be This Is What Activist Art Looks Like.
Clitney Perennial at the Whitney Biennial
We performed a rogue feminist protest at the Whitney Biennial on May 16, 2014 including the following collectives and individuals: Moon Church, Yams Collective, Girls Against God, FlucT, gopushpops, Slutist
Individual performance/ discussion leaders:
Anne Sherwood Pundyk, Katie Cercone, Asha Man, Nancy Azara, Dominika Ksel, Sienna Shields, Mimí Balmori, Melanie Bonajo, Ivy Castellanos, Annie Doran, Coco Dolle, Jenn Dierdorf, Julia Fiorino, Rebecca Goyette, Elisa Ghs, Greem Jellyfish, Sigrid Lauren, Maura McHugh, Monica Mirabile, Julie Ann Nagle, EstheR Neff, Samantha Osborne, Naomi Elena Ramirez, Kara Rooney, Kristen Korvette, Anya Liftig, Susannah Simpson, Nicole Nadeau, Darshanoshka Lightningbolt, Kay Turner & Sophia Wallace.
Beaver Exhibition/Reading/Performance/Discussion at The New School
Friday, April 18, 2014 at 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
4th Floor Skybridge, 65 W 11th Street and Klein Conference Room, 510, 66 W 12th Street
I am pleased to have work in "BEAVER exhibition | readings | performance | discussion" and participate in the group discussion.
Beaver is a multi-disciplinary exhibition, performance, and discussion delving into contemporary feminist perspectives on pornography, gender performance, and female sexual self-expression. Inspired by artist Naomi Elena Ramirez’s work of the same name which interrogates porn culture and female sexual expression through dance and visual scores for the body, this exhibition, curated by Ramirez and Kristen Sollee of the sex positive feminist site Slutist.com seeks to create discourse, awareness, and community.
Video of Girls Against God's Wolf Moon Gathering
New Video of Girls Against God Magazine's Wolf Moon Gathering at MoMA PS1, Sunday Sessions, Long Island City, N, January 26, 2014. We gathered the forces for a celebration of the wild female soul.
Brooklyn Museum Feminist Art Base
My work is now included in the Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center For Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base.
Pierogi Gallery Flat Files
Go see the new work recently added to my flat file at Pierogi Gallery, 177 N. 9th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Julie Higgonet Reviews "STADIA" New Work by Anne Sherwood Pundyk, in The Brooklyn Rail
Palimpsests, pentimenti, reflections, and layers reveal the underlying principle of this powerful show, a graphic lexicon served to express the profusion and intricacies of one’s world and thoughts and their evasive aspects.
"Stadia" reviewed in ARTslant by Elizabeth Sadoff
Sadoff observes, "Pundyk achieves a daring equilibrium in her paintings; disturbance goes hand in hand with overarching beauty. Ultimately, the elemental disquiet of her painted forms is tempered by a luscious reverence for flesh, for voluptuousness that speaks of a wholly feminine profile. "
Welcome to Girls Against God Video
An introduction to the new feminist magazine, Girls Against God, published by Capricious and co-edited by Bianca Casady and Anne Sherwood Pundyk. Information about GAG's first issue and how to subscribe.