January 2011 - update
Amanda Gordon Dunn & Suzanne Song
Sabina Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
January 8 – February 12, 2011
Opening Reception - January 8 - 6 to 9 pm
Sabina Lee Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Amanda Gordon Dunn and Suzanne Song. The show presents a collection of work that is both pristine and visually complete, yet reveals an existence of mystery underneath the surface...... READ MORE AT SABINALEEGALLERY.COM
August 2010 - update
Installation photographs of The Landscape of Science Fiction are now up in the Gallery section!
Amanda Gordon Dunn is currently in the studio working on pieces for an exhibition in the new year,
Stay tuned for details about this exhibit !!
June 2010 - update
THE CITRUS REPORT did a feature on Amanda Gordon Dunn and The Landscape of Science Fiction
you can read the article here .....
Amanda Gordon Dunn - The Landscape of Science Fiction
Solo Exhibition - June 18th - July 4th, 2010
Explores the tremendous forms, color and bizarre landscapes of films
such as Barbarella, Logan’s Run, Solaris and more.
Opening Reception: Friday, June 18th 6-10pm
PIRATE CONTEMPORARY ART
3659 Navajo St
Denver, CO 80211
December 2009 - update
DENMI Exhibit - Miami - Art Basel 2009
December 3 - December 6
August 2009 - update
Amanda Gordon Dunn Solo Exhibit
August 16 - September 13
Louisiana State Exhibit Museum
3015 Greenwood Road
Shreveport, LA 71109
Open reception 2:00 - 4:00 P.M.
Sunday, August 16
Shreveport Times did a feature article on the exhibit which can be seen here www.shreveporttimes.com
July 2009 - update
We have updated the Gallery pages with an "American Muscle" gallery check them out and let us know what you think.
Also Denver's weekly paper, Westword, recently did a feature on Amanda Gordon Dunn's "American Muscle" exhibition, here is an excerpt and a link to the full article.
"...... The show title refers to '60s and '70s muscle cars, like big-block Dodges, Chevys and Fords. Dunn's works are hybrids of sculptures and paintings in the form of garishly toned wall relief panels that are very elegant despite the low-brow references to what some call "mullet mobiles." In truth, there are no literal references to the pride of Detroit iron in the show, other than the colors and some stripes...." Read the entire feature at WESTWORD.COM
also Gallery T in Denver recently exhibited "77 Morrison", of the American Muscle series here is a link to their site GALLERY T
May 2009 - update
New works that are inspired by the various forms and colors used in American muscle cars.
Solo exhibition at PIRATE
Opening Reception: Friday, May 15th 6-10pm
3659 Navajo St
Denver, CO 80211
Amanda had two pieces chosen for the
Preston Contemporary Art Centers exhibit "Nylon"
April 10th-June 28th
“Nylon” has numerous connotations within the art world that can offer nylon as either an artistic medium or as the artwork’s context. A textile with surface, weight and strength, it also suggests elements of sexuality or spirituality. Nylon’s applications are multiple and
diverse, as evidenced by the works in the juried “Nylon Show,” coming to the Preston Contemporary Art Center. An opening reception for the artists will be held from 6:30 – 8:30 pm on Friday, April 10.
Fourteen artists from across the country will exhibit works that show the material “nylon” as either part of their physical content or visually as part of their context. Artists include Jason Brown and Elizabeth Scofield, Knoxville, TN; Karen Bucher, Las Cruces, NM; Flo Hosa Dougherty, Las Cruces, NM; Amanda Gordon Dunn, Denver, CO; Arielle Falk. New York, NY; Amy M. Ho, San Francisco, CA; Glenn Holgersen, Las Cruces, NM; Amanda Marcott, Las Cruces, NM; Svala Olafsdottir, Anthony, NM; Peter Snadik,
Slavakia (and the University of Arizona); Cecelia Rawlings Thorner, Marana, AZ; Susan Young, Greenville, SC; and Laura Young, Nashville, TN.
The exhibition’s wide range of creative works in “nylon” include photography, sculpture, mixed media, video and large installations. The thematic “Nylon Show” was selected by Juror Lauren Rabb, director and owner of the Gallery at 6th & 6th, Tucson, AZ. The “Nylon Show” will run concurrently with the 2009 Spring Exhibition through Sunday, June 28. The Preston Contemporary Art Center is located at 1755 Avenida de Mercado (at the end of Calle de Mercado), Mesilla, NM.
January 5th 2009.
Check out the newest issue of MODERN IN DENVER Magazine (issue #03) featuring an Artist Profile on Amanda Gordon Dunn. The four page spread features full color photos of her exhibition at PIRATE Gallery and an article about her “Systems and Layers” series.
Also, Amanda Gordon Dunn now has an Artist Page on facebook you can become a fan of if you are a facebook member. you can view the page even if your not on facebook.
Protruding structures have a way of captivating an audience. This Friday, July 25th 2008, Amanda Gordon Dunn’s solo exhibition “Systems and Layers” premiers at PIRATE Contemporary Art. Dunn will be showcasing eight new works comprised of slippery, oozing resin’s, tension built fabrics, and polished steel. The monochromatic works will be on display through August 10th.
Dunn studied at The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, where she majored in Fiber and Sculpture. Dunn began combining cloth with steel armatures in 2005 when she was awarded The Barbara L. Kuhlman Award. Her upcoming exhibition “Systems and Layers” is a document of the artists past year. This new work is a visual orgasm of shiny sexy optical voids juxtaposing clean, hard steel enclosures.
“Systems and Layers” opens Friday, July 25th and run’s through August 10th 2008.