The Cooper Union Summer Art Intensive Artist Residency

The Cooper Union offers four artist residencies within the Summer Art Intensive Program. The fellowships will be given to outstanding visual artists who will spend one month, June 28th though July 30th, on-campus developing a new project in the Painting and Drawing Department. The residency, which began in 1993, was created to support teaching artists whose professional practice in action, would contribute to the education of the summer program students. The residency provides spacious, sky lit professional studios, and an exhibition honoring the residents’ work. The exhibition will be organized by the Cooper Union immediately following the residency in conjunction with the pre-college Summer Art Intensive program.

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Outside In

Outside In
September 30-November 30, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday,
September 30, 12-2pm

Featuring work by Anney Bonney, Paul Corio, Rob de Oude, Emily Feinstein, Frederick Hayes, Frank Holliday, Rachael Gorchov, Stephen Maine, Jim Osman, Scott Reeds and Hilda Shen, Tricia Wright, Natalia Zubko and curate by Scott Reeds. 

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Felician University
One Felician Way
Rutherford, NJ 07070

Night Visiion

Night Vision
September 22-November 5, 2017
Opening reception: Friday, September 22, 6-9pm

Bushwick Open Studio Hours:
Saturday, September 23, 11am to 4pm
Sunday, September 24, 11am to 4pm

Featuring work by MaDora Frey, Rachael Gorchov, Julia Norton, Heather Ramsdale, Polly Shindler, Clare Torina and Liz Zito.

Overhang Gallery
119 Ingraham St., Suite #308
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Hours: Saturday 11am-4pm and by appointment

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Revealing Reflected Refractions

Karin Ferrari, still from DECODING The Intros of ZiB (THE WHOLE TRUTH), 2016, digital video, 28:58

Revealing Reflected Refractions
August 4 – September 10, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, August 4, 6-9pm 

Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York is pleased to present Revealing Reflected Refractions, an exhibition featuring work by Karin FerrariHai-Hsin HuangAlison Kudlow and Nooshin Rostami; curated by Jonathan Cowan and Rachael Gorchov. At turns playful, conspiratorial, empathic, humorous, political, and sensorial, the works in this exhibition serve as prisms that refract unseen truths, illuminating the familiar in unexpected ways.

Karin Ferrari’s video unmasks subliminal messages and manipulations in the media by analyzing the opening graphics of Zeit im Bild, Austria’s national news show. By using fringe belief systems ranging from mind control, space colonization, the Illuminati and alchemy to deconstruct the seemingly innocuous, Ferrari asks us to question who is informing our worldview, and to what end. Alternating between deadpan and tongue-in-cheek, she shows us that much of what we believe is shaped by our own biases.    

Hai-Hsin Huang’s drawings and paintings are humorous depictions of people going about their everyday lives. As an emigrant from Taiwan to the U.S. who has also spent time in Europe and Asia, Huang holds a metaphorical mirror to citizens of the various cultures she is a part of, both as participant and outside observer. Seeing human experience through this lens, the viewer is imparted with greater empathy for the absurdities of human existence.

Alison Kudlow uses the light of the sun to create work that questions the dogma of science and religion. By translating and describing the intangible qualities of reflected and refracted light into sculptural forms that can only fail to translate an experience perfectly, her work reveals the fragile beauty inherent in our attempts to make sense of the world.

Nooshin Rostami’s site-specific sculpture is both a bridge and an obstacle made of moveable reflective materials set in black sand and iron filings. Serving as a metaphor for international migration and exile informed by personal experience, Rostami shifts viewers’ experiences of the gallery space by asking them to navigate through and around a precarious structure.

Jay Invitational of Clay 2017

Jay Invitational of Clay 2017
Opening Reception: Fri, July 14, 6-9pm

Exhibition Dates: Jul 14-16, 2017

Norte Maar/The Jay House

35 Randy’s Lane
Jay, NY 12941

4th Annual Exhibition featuring local and regional works in clay. Demos and workshops will be happening all weekend including onsite raku firings. Organized by Jason Andrew.

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Points of Entry

Points of Entry
Opening Reception: Friday, June 30, 7 PM
Exhibition Dates: June 30-July 22, 2017

Oranienstrasse 46
D 10969 Berlin

The Second part to an exchange with the artist-run gallery SCOTTY in Berlin, featuring work by Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York members, Vincent Como, William Crump, Rachael Gorchov, Jackie Hoving, Alex Paik, Norm Paris, Matt Phillips, Andrew Prayzner, Naomi Reis, Sun You.

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Very Far Away from Anywhere Else

Very Far Away From Anywhere Else
Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 21, 6 PM
Exhibition Dates: June 20-27‚Äč, 2017

Aa Collections
Burggasse 68
1070 Vienna

Featuring work by Natalie Baxter, Madera Frey, Rachael Gorchov, Roxanne Jackson and Jamie Steele. 

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Tempe Digital

I'm pleased to be collaborating with Tempe Digital on a limited edition of prints made during my time at Vermont Studio Center in April 2017. Visit for more information.

Rachael Gorchov: Organic Geometry

Rachael Gorchov - Organic Geometry
March 24 - April 23, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday April 24th, 6 - 9 PM
OJG is pleased to present “Organic Geometry”, featuring a new ceramics by Rachael Gorchov.
Gorchov considers herself primarily a painter, albeit one working with dimensional forms. For the the last several years she has concentrated on two series: concave shapes that are mounted to the wall, and rock-like forms that inhabit the floor with their own painted cast-shadows. Most often these hybrid works have been made through a combination of mixed-media, including plaster and papier-mâché clay. The wall-works utilize an irregular, half-egg shell framework, which is covered in colorful & gestural marks that hide within them landscapes, building facades and gardens. These images are based on drawings made on the artist’s travels.
This creation of this newest series coincided with Gorchov’s 2016 residency at the Hunter College Ceramics studios in New York. The works in Organic Geometry continue her earlier structural explorations, but with a more subtle approach.  For instance, one notices more subdued, earthen tones than in previous works, as the artist has experimented with a number of glossy glazes, underglazes, and underglaze pencils. These substances let Gorchov experiment with the chemical nature of saturation, transparency, and finish texture that is so inherent in ceramics.
Unlike the earlier landscapes, the imagery embedded within these new forms focuses on architectural details. These are based on drawings Gorchov made following a recent trip to Europe, where she explored both the interior and exterior details of a number of Renaissance and Baroque buildings. The coffered ceilings, vaulted archways, colonnades and naves that she documented there were a natural matrix to incorporate in her practice. First taking photographs on-site, the artist returned to the studio to make drawings by interpreting the photographs through fisheye lens settings on her iPhone to reference a Claude Glass, a 18th century observation device. The finished works combine aspects of several drawings. These skewed constructions and foreshortened perspectives are then placed within the convex ceramic forms. In this way, imagery, brushstroke and shape all coalesce into a uniquely warped mise en scène.
Rachael Gorchov takes a different approach to works that are meant to be placed on the floor. Here, she abandons the convex shapes for more organic, boulder-like semblances with overall coloring and patterns. In addition, the artist plays with the notion of the object’s exaggerated shadow, creating a painting of contrasting gestural brushstrokes or colors that is then printed and laid on the floor underneath, and extending from, the object. While both series share sculptural aspects, they enjoy as many differences as they do similarities. The wall shapes take advantage of the natural shadows that fall within them, their contours help define the images seen within, and their hard surfaces alter the audience’s sound experience. The floor pieces turn the idea of shadow into something all their own. They do not collect or reflect one’s vision, but are meant to be looked down on, and constantly keep us moving about them.

Once they have been fully considered, Rachael Gorchov’s objects reveal themselves to be carefully mediated studies: of art and architecture history, of place, perspective and gesture.

SATTELITE Miami Beach December 1-4

Works by, from top left clockwise: Anna Kunz, Mary Henderson, Jonathan Ryan Storm, Kelly Kristin Jones, Jim Nolan, Kirk Stoller, Rachael Gorchov

Tiger Strikes Asteroid presents
Phenomena at SATELLITE
Miami Beach, FL
December 1 -4, 2016

Tiger Strikes Asteroid (TSA) is pleased to announce their participation in SATELLITE at the Parisian Hotel (1510 Collins Avenue) in Miami Beach, FL, during Art Basel Miami Beach, from December 1st to 4th, 2016. Curated by Mark Brosseau, their booth (number 20) will be called Phenomena and will feature eight artists representing all four sites of the Tiger Strikes Asteroid Network and four other cities from around the United States. The artists include Rachael Gorchov (TSA NY), Mary Henderson (TSA Philadelphia), Anna Kunz (TSA Chicago), Christopher Ulivo (TSA Los Angeles), Kelly Kristin Jones (Atlanta, GA), Jim Nolan (Houston, TX), Kirk Stoller (San Francisco, CA), and Jonathan Ryan Storm (Northampton, MA).

Phenomena brings together artists who deal with sensory experiences through differing approaches. Some of the artists address real-world situations in their work to heighten or highlight certain moments. Others use art as a way of activating the senses in an unexpected way. While it is common for art to engage our senses of vision and touch, these artists activate other senses as well.

Curator Brosseau says:

“When I was putting the booth together, I wanted to ensure representation from each TSA site, but I also felt it was important to bring in some guest artists. I decided to pull from non-TSA cities, which felt right since the core of the TSA mission is really to bring artists together and build community. We’re always looking to expand our family. The work in the booth is meant to explore the way that our senses are activated, and how art can accentuate or alter the way our senses experience the world. I also tried to bring in works that might activate senses beyond the visual.”

Mary Henderson’s relief sculpture, Clark Park, generates a strong tactile response: it gives the sense of something delicate that is in direct opposition to the force of the crowded gathering it depicts. The paintings Jonathan Ryan Storm allude to common things from everyday life – faces, language, gestures – and exaggerate a sensory response to that source. Jim Nolan’s pieces recall primary human functions and spin the way we experience those functions, activating a full range of senses in the process. Kelly Kristin Jones uses photography to highlight a visual experience that might get lost in the overabundance of visual information that exists. Rachael Gorchov creates seemingly simple sculptures in which both the texture and the painted marks create a layering of tactile experiences. Anna Kunz’s curtain painting uses natural light to create an everchanging visual presence that is also meant to shift with the movement of air in the space. Kirk Stoller’s sculptures, made of simple common materials, contort and shift the space around them in a way that forces viewers to shift their own stance and posture in order to interact with the work. Christopher Ulivo’s paintings blend the absurd with the common, triggering memories in the viewer but altering them with fantastical possibilities.

All of the artists in Phenomena have shown internationally and have been honored with various awards. Anna Kunz and Rachael Gorchov are founding members of TSA Chicago and TSA New York, respectively. Mary Henderson appears courtesy of Lyons Wier Gallery (New York). Jim Nolan appears courtesy of Art Palace (Houston). Jonathan Ryan Storm appears courtesy of David Shelton Gallery (Houston).

SATELLITE opens with a Press Preview from 12 – 3 PM on Thursday, December 1st. It opens to the public at 3 PM, Thursday, December 1st and will remain open until 10 PM. Friday and Saturday hours are 12 to 10 PM, and Sunday hours are 12 to 6 PM.

SATELLITE is an alternative art fair that presents new and exciting projects that span the gamut of art, music, performance, installation, new media and tech. The 2015 show was highly attended by informed collectors and museum curators, received rave reviews from major art publications and had major sales throughout the week.  SATELLITE 2.0 will be held NEXT DOOR to Aqua Art Fair and steps from Art Basel and Untitled. SATELLITE 2.0 will once again emphasize concept-driven rooms, rather than the typical salon style hang of the standard fairs.

Tiger Strikes Asteroid is a network of artist-run spaces with locations in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Each space is independently operated and focuses on presenting a varied program of emerging and mid-career artists. Our goal is to collectively bring people together, expand connections and build community through artist-initiated exhibitions, projects, and curatorial opportunities. We seek to further empower the artist’s role beyond that of studio practitioner to include the roles of curator, critic, and community developer; and to act as an alternate model to the conventions of the current commercial art market. Our exhibitions and projects have been featured in numerous print and online publications including The New York Times, Art F City, Hyperallergic, The Huffington Post, L Magazine, Whitehot Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Two Coats of Paint, Artinfo, Artnet News, Beautiful Decay, and the artblog. For more information, go to

Fair Hours:
Press Preview: December 1st: 12 – 3 pm
December 1st: 3 pm – 10 pm
December 2nd: 12 pm – 10 pm
December 3rd: 12 pm – 10 pm
December 4th: 12 pm –  6 pm
After hours programming: Daily from 10 pm – late
The Parisian Hotel (Next Door to Aqua)
1510 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL

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