Exhibits

 

Arvada Center for the Arts– June 2017

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Helikon Gallery – Process Opening Reception March 18th 6-10pm 1st Firday, April 7th, 2017 6-10pm 

‘Process’ is an exhibit at Helikon Gallery coinciding with Denver’s popular city-wide event, the Month of Photography. Rather than a traditional photography exhibit, the show features artists from Colorado and abroad whose work uses photography as a means to an end rather than an end in itself – manipulation, alteration, and incorporation of photography in other media, such as painting, drawing, digital art, and collage. The show will include work that has both photographic and mixed media elements as a means of illustrating the power and importance of photos in the creation of contemporary art. Artist list: Patrick Loehr, Stacey Page, Nicki Crock, Frances Berry, Daisy Patton, Peter Yumi, Will Lee-Ashley, Vinni Alfonso, Jessica Wohl, Emma Abad, Lori Chung, Corianne Wells, Manny Robertson, Curt Bean, Anitra Isler, Jinsil Lee, and Karen Fisher. Receptions: Opening reception, Saturday, March 18 (6-10pm);1st Friday, April 7, 2017 (6-10pm). Receptions are free and open to the public including food and drinks. About Helikon Gallery & Studios: Helikon Gallery & Studios is a multifaceted arts community located in Denver’s River North (RiNo) Art District. Opened in October 2013, Helikon has earned a reputation as a high level exhibition space for contemporary Illustrative Arts, ranging from portraiture, illustration, and figure work to imaginative and narrative art from around the United States. The building is a re-purposed warehouse comprised of two art galleries, 14 artists’ studios, a coffee bar & retail space, and a classroom space. Helikon is always free to the public, our regular hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pm.

A radical collaboration involving more than 25 artists dedicated to the imaginative design of treatments for unseen daily adversities.

In conjunction with:
RedLine Denver’s “48 Hours: Art Through a Social Lens

Dale Zalmstra, Peter Yumi, Maggie Wiese, Annabelle Wiese, Katie Watson, Frankie Toan w/JanieWhateva, Jonah Welch, laub, Jonas Jaeger, and James Forlano,
Katie Taft, Dylan Scholinski, Regan Rosburg, Sarah Rockett, Loretta K. Notareschi w/Playground Ensemble,
Brii Nicholas, Suchitra Mattai, Karolina Lubkova, Jack Love, Brenda LaBier, Deborah Jang, Susan Hopp w/Patrick Loehr, Esther Hernandez, John Haley III, Justin Beard,
Natrisha Bayer w/Lael Moe, Alicia Bailey, and Theresa Anderson

Curated by Tracy Tomko

 

Stuff on Walls Group exhibition at Dateline, Denver Colorado.

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Ridiculous-ness  Icecube Gallery Denver 

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Art Gym Denver 

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IceCube Gallery

Exhibition Dates: Oct 15 – Nov 7, 2015

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CLUSTER Invitational Exhibition 

Cluster: “A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together.”
Cluster explores the diversity and creativity of our artistic community. Members of Ice Cube Gallery invited artists outside of the co-op group to participate in the exhibition, expanding our ties and highlighting a larger network of inspiration and influence.
Featuring work by:

Libby Barbee     Denise Bearden      Tammi Brazee     Carol Browning

Catherine Carilli     Taiko Chandler     Linnie Cole       Jake Custer

Rachel Doniger    Linda Everson     Grace Fries     Laura Grossett      Anne Hallam

Deborah Henson     Susan Donatucci Hopp      Anna Hultin     Alexandria Jimenez

Rian Kerrane     Elise Korneffel     Pascale Kinchen     Gayla Lemke

Finn Mahoney     Daisy McGowan      Myles Pettingill     Abel Ramirez

Veronica Reeves & Dan Ma     Kimberly Ritchie     Bonnie Ferrill Roman

Stefani Rossi     Naomi Scheck     Robert Sebree     Kerry St. Laurent

Raverro Stinnett     Sarah Van Beckum     Faith Williams     Peter Yumi

Helikon– September 2015 Naomi Scheck and Peter Yumi

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September this year I will be showing new work with one of my favorite artists Naomi Scheck.

ZSP -Knoxville, Tennessee- May-2015

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Ironton – January 2015

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Vertigo Gallery  Something/Nothing
Group Exhibition Curated by Peter Strange Yumi featuring the work of Andrea Burgay, Amber Cobb, Paul Loughney, Lorrie McClanahan, Liz Miller, Sarah Rockett, Naomi Scheck, Zach Searcy, and Crystal Wagner.

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Next Gallery January 2015 Beyond Erotica

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Helikon Gallery September 2015-

Center For Visual Art Denver   November 21st 2014

Icecube December 11th 2014

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NEXT GALLERY -Denver, Colorado

Exhibition: Aug. 17th – 26th, 2012

danma vs. v2r2 presents…
Beyond Erotic
An invitational group show curated by danma vs. V2R2
Beyond Erotic invites viewers to experience the subject matter of sexuality as more than merely erotic or shocking. When one allows time to be spent with the artwork you realize it is more than that. Maybe it’s serious, social commentary, or absurd, humorous and raunchy. We ask viewers to set aside negative associations with sexuality and honestly question the ascription of taboo. Among the work is included a “What-the-butler-saw” Machine and an installation made with vintage massagers like those prescribed to treat hysteria in the 20’s & 30’s.
An informal panel discussion with the artists will take place Saturday, Aug. 25th @ 1pm.

Artists:
Erik Isaac – John Babcock – Dave Seiler – JOUVELT – Sarah Rockett – danma vs. V2R2 – D.B. Michelle – Nikki Vail – Jill Renee Grant – Jill Razor Mustoffa – Ruben Gaucin – Valerie Savarie – Peter S. Yumi – Steven Schaffner

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NEXT Gallery
3659 Navajo St.
Denver, CO
303-433-4933
nextonnavajo@gmail.com
nextartgallerydenver.com
Palm Springs Art Museum
Lecture Hall • 11 a.m.
Poet Peter Strange Yumi is a multi-media artist who translates his impressions of poems into color videos. He will present his three latest videos Hourex, I Like my Eggs with DDT, and Forgotten in my Sleep along with a discussion of his process and a reading of the poems.
Palm Springs Art Museum
101 Museum Dr.
Palm Springs, CA

Come see my work at the Show and Tell Film Festival Impulse Theater Feb 28th 2010 18th and Wynkoop, Denver, Colorado

AWP Reading featuring Counterpath Books, Drunken Boat, Guernica, POOL and Persea Books

At the Dikeou Collection On Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 From 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

New things for me : Have a look at my recent collaboration with Poet Kate GreenStreet on DrunkenBoat 11
More to come in the next few weeks.

The Schoolhouse Gallery Presents
http://www.schoolhouseprovincetown.com
494 commercial street, provincetown,
ma. 02657
508.487.4800
FRI. SEPT. 4 2009
VIDEO PARTY curated by Mark Adams & Jen Bradley

Join Drunken Boat, international online journal of the arts, for a special
launch party to celebrate Issue#9, dedicated to the Panliterary Awards,
Poetics and a Mis/Translation folio. Come experience writers and multimedia
artists Sandra Beasley, Rand Richards Cooper, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Alena
Hairston, Karla Kelsey, Steve Langan, Hermine Meinhard, Terese Svoboda,
Peter Yumi and Jonathan Zalben perform new work.

Free and Open to the Public!

Featuring:

Sandra Beasley won the 2007 New Issues Poetry Prize for her book Theories of
Falling, selected by Marie Howe. Her poems have appeared in SLATE, The
Believer, 32 Poems, Barrow Street, Blackbird, and the 2005 Best New Poets.
She is an editor for The American Scholar in Washington, D.C.
Aaron Hamburger was awarded the Rome Prize by the American Academy of Arts
and Letters for his short story collection The View from Stalin’s Head
(Random House, 2004), which was also nominated for a Violet Quill Award. His
next book, a novel titled Faith for Beginners, was nominated for a Lambda
Literary Award. His writing has appeared in Poets and Writers, The Village
Voice, Tin House, Details, and Nerve. Currently he teaches creative writing
at Columbia University.

Rand Richards Cooper is the author of The Last to Go and Big As Life. His
fiction has appeared in Harper¹s, GQ, Esquire, and other magazines, and he
has been Writer-in-Residence at Amherst and Emerson colleges. A film critic
for Commonweal and Travel Correspondent for Bon Appétit, Rand also writes a
column about fatherhood, ³Dad on a Lark,² for Wondertime.com.

Sean Thomas Dougherty is the author of ten books including Broken
Hallelujahs from BOA Editions. His whereabouts are currently unknown as he
is traveling to find the White City.

Alena Hairston earned an MFA in English and Creative Writing from Brown
University where she won the John Hawkes Memorial Prize for Fiction. Her
recent work appears in Appalachian Heritage, ABZ Journal, and The
Encyclopedia Project. She has performed in various plays and was featured in
Women Pharaohs for the Discovery Channel. She is a 2004 Poetry Fellow with
the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and a 2007-2009 Cave Canem Poetry
Fellow. Her first collection, The Logan Topographies, won Persea Books¹
inaugural Lexi Rudnitsky Memorial Prize for Poetry. Alena is an English
Instructor at Solano College in Fairfield, Ca. She received tenure this
year.

Aaron Hamburger was awarded the Rome Prize by the American Academy of Arts
and Letters for his short story collection The View from Stalin’s Head
(Random House, 2004), which was also nominated for a Violet Quill Award. His
next book, a novel titled Faith for Beginners, was nominated for a Lambda
Literary Award. His writing has appeared in Poets and Writers, The Village
Voice, Tin House, Details, and Nerve. Currently he teaches creative writing
at Columbia University.

Poet Karla Kelsey (Drunken Boat # 8) and Multi-media artist Peter Yumi
(Drunken Boat #9) live in Central Pennsylvania. They both currently share an
obsession with the work of John Cage and Merce Cunningham; their multimedia
composition Listening Devices was created using Cage’s mesostic poetic form.
Rand Richards Cooper is the author of The Last to Go and Big As Life. His
fiction has appeared in Harper¹s, GQ, Esquire, and other magazines, and he
has been Writer-in-Residence at Amherst and Emerson colleges. A film critic
for Commonweal and Travel Correspondent for Bon Appétit, Rand also writes a
column about fatherhood, ³Dad on a Lark,² for Wondertime.com.

Steve Langan is the author of a collection of poems, Freezing (New Issues,
2001), and a chapbook, Notes on Exile & Other Poems (Backwaters, 2005). His
poems are in recent issues of Beloit Poetry Journal, Octopus, Poetry
Salzburg Review, Tarpaulin Sky and Zoland Poetry. Langan teaches in the
University of Nebraska MFA in Writing program.

Hermine Meinhard¹s book Bright Turquoise Umbrella, published by Tupelo
Press, was a finalist for the Poetry Society of America¹s Norma Farber First
Book Award. The winner of the Sue Saniel Elkind Poetry Award, her poems have
appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Barrow Street, How2, Verse
Daily,and many other journals. She teaches at NYU and the New York Writers
Workshop at the Jewish Community Center Manhattan.

Terese Svoboda has published eleven books of prose and poetry
including Black Glasses Like Clark Kent, winner of the Graywolf Nonfiction
Prize and Pirate Talk or Mermelade forthcoming from Dzanc Press. The
McGhee Professor in fiction at Davidson College spring 2008, she most
recently taught poetry for the Summer Literary Seminars in Kenya.

Jonathan Zalben’s music for film, theater, and television has been shown at
Slamdance, SXSW, Tribeca, LA Film Festival, New York International Fringe
Festival, and Chicago SketchFest. His orchestral works have been performed
by the Juilliard Pre-College Orchestra and the New York University
Orchestra. Zalben holds a U.S. patent for a muffler design.