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AUCTION: ArtBombNY to feature work from GLITCH SPACE
GLTICH SPACE 0.001.M1 & 0.007.E1, digital c-prints, limited editions, 20x30"
ARTBOMB NY (visit their site here
), a newly launched daily online auction featuring curated artwork by New York artists recently reached out to us and asked to carry two of Jason's pieces. Images from Covert's series, GLITCH SPACE
, were selected and will be going up on their site soon.
ARTBOMB is a project that started in Toronto. Its huge success has prompted an expansion across Canada with curators in Montreal, Vancouver and on the East Coast, recently launching in New York City.
ARTBOMB is a service that delivers one email featuring artwork into subscribersʼ inboxes every morning, seven days a week. There is a starting bid, and bidding is open from 6 am to 11 pm. At end of day, the highest bid wins the piece, which is delivered directly to the buyer.
EXHIBITION: Electron Salon, LACDA Gallery, Los Angeles, opening November 14, 2013
Humble, idle, futile peaks are we, digital c-print, limited edition, 24x30"
We are pleased to report that yet another image from the series, The Bridge
, was selected for inclusion in the international group exhibition set to take place at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA). The exhibition will open November 14th and run into early December. It coincides with LA's Downtown Art Walk. Jason will be showing with Evan Trine, Hillary Charnas, Lisa Bayne, Kelly Castro, John Haubrich, Karen Clark, Deborah Griffin, Sally Pettibon, Daniel McCormack, Stephanie Sydney, Suzanne Garner, Douglas Brull, Gareth Abraham, Joseph Fleming, Dick Ott, Karen Divine, Michael Martin, Gerard Frances, Chrissy Lush, Delaney DelPonti, Olga Diasparro, Wade Harrell, Jason Bud, David Orr, Anne Spalter
EXHIBITION: A Show of Heads at The Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY, October, 2013
And so men compromise, digital c-print, limited edition, 24x30"
Work from Covert’s series, The Bridge
, was selected to be included in this show taking place in the picturesque art-destination of Hudson, NY. The show runs through the 24th of November. If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by as the exhibition includes several excellent pieces.
EXHIBITION: Collorgy II at Bushwick Open Studios, May, 2013
GLITCH SPACE 0.0010.M3, digital collage
Curated by artist, Morgan Lappin, Collorgy II was a down and dirty group exhibition of up and coming artists working within the medium of collage and took place during the always exciting Bushwick Open Studios (a neighborhood-wide open-studio extravaganza). Other exhibiting artists included Zoo Lion, Amanda LaMarco, Dan Greer, Dessi Terzieva, Bryan Lee Madden, Joseph Karwacki, Joe Heaps, and Serkan Altinoz.
EXHIBITION: SCOPE Pavilion, March, 2013
Self Portrait 2013, mixed media, 12x12"
Covert’s work was once again shown at SCOPE 2013 thanks to the support of chashama. Exhibited alongside works by other chashama studio artists, SCOPE 2013 welcomed a record number of visitors this year.
SOLO SHOW: The Bridge at Hionas Gallery, November 2012
Covert's most recent solo show in New York City, The Bridge, opened Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at TriBeCa's Hionas Gallery.
The exhibit met with universal praise and was treated to a wide breadth of press - much of which you can see by clicking here. To view a brief time-lapse video of the opening reception please follow this link.
"In less danger from the wiles of a stranger"
You can view more work from the show by following this link: The Bridge
For questions or to schedule a private viewing, please contact Peter Hionas at email@example.com
UPDATED: www.jasoncovert.com has had "some work done"...
It's not uncommon in New York circles to hear catty ladies cooing over who has and hasn't had work done - "did you see? She looks a little strained at the forehead!" or my favorite "I'm not judging, but I think I saw some scarring behind her ears."
Well, before the catter chatter starts up, let me be the first to tell you: jasoncovert.com HAS had some work done, and we're pleased as punch with the results. We've streamlined the WORKS section and taken a strong hand to editing the work down so that it showcases only the best and most representative examples of where Jason's work is headed.
For those of you who haven't been here in awhile this will be a good opportunity to re-familiarize yourself with the work, and for those who haven't been here yet... welcome and start looking around!
CARNIVORA: The Soundtrack...
now available for download at these fine establishments: