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"Almost Alive” at Kunsthalle Tübingen

Brian Booth Craig's sculpture Executioner is included in the exhibition Almost Alive at the Kunsthalle Tübingen in Tübingen, Germany. The exhibition, curated by Otto Letze of the Institute for Cultural Exchange brings together a selection of thirty-four works by twenty-six artists, and is the first exhibition that aims to offer an in-depth survey of human figuration spanning over fifty years of the hyperrealism movement. 

  Executioner , bronze, 66 in. by 39 in. by 19 in., 2013.

Executioner, bronze, 66 in. by 39 in. by 19 in., 2013.

Almost Alive runs from 21-07-2018 – 21-10-2018. 

 

“Internal Variations: Figures and Gestures”— Solo Exhibition in NYC

Internal Variations: Figures and Gestures, an exhibition at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York City will feature recent works by Brian Booth Craig. The exhibition runs from April 7 to April 30, 2016, with an opening reception on Thursday, April 7 from 5 to 7 PM.

Bernarducci Meisel Gallery is located at 37 West 57th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY, and focuses on the presentation of contemporary realist art, including established and emerging artists of the genre:

 


Rome Art Residencies: Now Accepting Applications, email for more information

Registration for the 2019 Rome Art Residencies is now open 

Brian Booth Craig will be teaching Figure Sculpture in Rome, Italy. In this workshop, students will work directly from a model to create a figure in plastiline over an armature. Students will learn to use proportional systems to organize the linear landmarks of the figure. Structural and anatomical information will be discussed and employed to help to better understand the figure. The proper use of modeling tools will be covered. This workshop will also include visits to museums, churches and historical sites where we will examine and discuss the ways in which great sculptors of the past dealt with various challenges that the figure presents.

 Brian Booth Craig teaching Figure Sculpture at the Rome Art Residencies.

Brian Booth Craig teaching Figure Sculpture at the Rome Art Residencies.