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Vanity Galleries
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Friends,Any thoughts, pro or con on vanity galleries?"Pay-as-you-play" venues?Flat rate usgae venues.Spaces available to rent as a space to execute your exhibition.No "hidden Fees", ect.Christopher…Continue

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Last reply by Christopher Gulick Apr 25, 2008.


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22nd International Sculpture Conference: What is Sculpture in the 21st Century?

April 7-9, 2010
London, United Kingdom

Presented by the International Sculpture Center (ISC)
in collaboration with The University of Arts London

Sponsor provided in part by:
Chelsea School of Art and Design, Tate, National Gallery, Antony Caro

Solo Exhibit Berlin Germany

Held Over through March 2010


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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
I am...
My primary focus is the visual kinetics of sculpture

Open air always provides a blank canvas for movement of shape and color. Architectural lines and the motion of nature are primary inspiration for my work. My designs come from three basic mindsets: mechanical, organic, or a combination of the two. The design goal is building the piece to appear kinetic to the eye, even when the work is static
About my artwork
I have always been fascinated by balance, that constant battle of wits with inertia and gravity.
I find myself continually attracted to lines that travel parallel and then intersect and separate again.
The chaotic fluid lines formed by nature appeal to the spiritual drive in me. The lines implemented in architectural design patronize my desire for logic.
All of these mindsets in concert result in the sculpture that I’m compelled to build.
Viewing art is often like a new conversation, one always finds something to agree and disagree.
Site specific works are my favorite. I love meeting new people. Learning new perspectives. Seeing new places.
Works are typically suspended, but some are also wall mounted and free standing. I work on site-specific commissions as well as my own studio projects. Sizes vary from one foot in diameter (air space displacement) to 15 feet or more for a single piece.

Materials range from aluminum rod to stainless steel or bronze and other alloy types of rod for the “armatures”. Materials for “ballast” (or positive space) vary from sheet metal to acrylic to found material objects.
Artists I like
Von Kurt Schwitter,
Kasimir Malevich,
Alexander Calder,
Piet Mondrian,
Authur Ganson,
Tom Otterness,
Ted Krone,
Adam Achey.
Russian constructivists,
Modern design architects
ISC's 22nd International Sculpture Conference
London, UK April 7-9, 2010

Registration for the ISC's 22nd International Sculpture Conference being held in London, UK April 7-9, 2010 is scheduled to open in early January 2010. Early bird, member, and student* rates will be offered. This 2 ½ day event will focus on the question "What is Sculpture in the 21st Century" with panels exploring topics including: The Languages of Sculpture; Public Perception and Investment; and The State of Education. With keynote speakers Antony Gormley and Robert Storr confirmed and an international roster of presenters this promises to be an event to not be missed! Other activities being planned include a reception at Tate Modern, gallery hop in London, workshop demonstrations at Chelsea School of Art & Design and pre and post optional tours (additional fees apply). Further details and full list of presenters please visit our website at www.sculpture.org.

Feb 2008- Feb 2009
HELD OVER For 2009-2010
Collaborative installation exhibit by Lee Shiney, Tom McGuire and Christopher Gulick
Wichit Art Museum, Wichita, Kansas, USA

June 23, - July, 10, 2009
ANNEX:art at Gallery OS8
Kinetic Workshop and Solo Exhibition
Presented by Christopher Gulick
Workshop 23, June- 3, July, 2009
Hofest 3, July
in Tangendorf, Germany.

Solo Exhibit of works from workshop
4-10, July
at Gallery OS8
Mimosa Sonntag
5, July 1300-1700 Uhr
Oderstrasse 8, Frierichshain, Berlin, Germany

September 18-27, 2009
Wichita, Kansas
“Gulick / Gulick”
Daniel Gulick Jr. and Christopher Gulick
Dueling Solo Exhibit
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New York, London, Berlin, Beijing, my studio, online

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At 10:59 on September 18, 2010, nora sidoine said…
Hi, getting in touch with you again, how are you? Next year i will have a show in Denver, it was moved from this year due to economy....still interested in showing my work, keep in touch. Just Love youir mobile art!!!!!!!!!!
At 7:40 on September 8, 2010, N.S.VALLUVAN said…
At 15:05 on April 1, 2010, BOIGEOL said…
the art of richard boigeol

At 19:44 on March 29, 2010, ben said…
hey please check out my new blog www.thecontemporaryartblog.blogspot.com
if you want to contribute to the site email benmaclean@hotmail.co.uk

thanks, ben
At 17:28 on February 23, 2010, Gallery S O said…
no we will not attend ICS...
At 12:40 on February 6, 2010, Carol Ramsay said…
I'm hoping to - have to persuade work to let me go 1st.
At 14:54 on June 17, 2009, BOIGEOL said…
great works

the art of richard boigeol

At 10:43 on June 8, 2009, Raszyk said…
thanks for the invitation, will put it in my callendar.

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At 18:58 on March 2, 2009, nemastoma said…
Very nice work, very playful.
At 15:56 on January 22, 2009, nicolas said…
Bonjour Christopher,
when you have a minute, have a look to "trivial events"and let me know what you think,
take care


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