Category Archives: In the Media

Matthew Kaney: All Fun and Games

Matthew Kaney, an Oklahoma based new media artist presented his work at Plug Projects for a solo show titled ‘All Fun and Games’. The show was reviewed at the Pitch by Tracy Abeln, who noted the sociopolitical issues surrounding Kaney’s … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Exhibitions, In the Media | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Brandon Juhasz “I Can’t Promise to Try”

If you haven’t had a chance to see the current show, check out Brandon Juhasz’ “I Can’t Promise to Try” this Saturday from 10-5. Today, The Pitch released an article Tracy Abeln wrote on the current show.   An excerpt … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Artist-run Spaces, Artists, Curatorial, Exhibitions, In the Media, Inside Plug | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Plug Alumn News

Katie Bell made 8 Great Brooklyn Artists Under 30! Excerpt from her interview: You have a very robust show history outside of New York. How did that happen? It has all evolved very organically. I had work in Art Chicago … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Artists, In the Media | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Making with Architecture, a Panel Discussion

This month three Kansas City galleries, Plug Projects, La Esquina, and Grand Arts are hosting shows offering a dialogue on systems of structure within art practice. Thursday, February 28 at 7pm, La Esquina will be hosting a panel discussion Making … Continue reading

Posted in architecture, Art, Artist-run Spaces, In the Media | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Congratulations to Julie Green!

Last week, the Joan Mitchell Foundation (New York, NY) announced their yearly Painters and Sculptors Fellows, and PLUG artist Julie Green is a recipient.  Julie’s video and plates from her “Last Supper” Series were included in our inaugural exhibition “Living … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Artists, Exhibitions, In the Media, Julie Green, Julie Green, Living Arrangements, Living Arrangements | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Recent conversations in the media regarding the last meal requests.

NPR recently ran a story about the state of Texas’ decision to discontinue the practice of the last meal requests by the death row inmates. You can read it here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2011/09/27/140838771/texas-turns-down-cooks-offer-of-free-last-meals. You can also listen to the interview of a cook … Continue reading

Posted in Exhibitions, In the Media, Julie Green, Living Arrangements | Leave a comment