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sun set : the long goodbye
Art Cake Resident Presentation Series: Blanca Guerrero
July 22 - 30, 2021

Opening Reception: July 22, 2021

Art Cake
214 40th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Solo Presentation

This is an ongoing series that Art Cake has organized for the participating artists-in-residence as an opportunity to present and document their work made during the pandemic.


6BASE / Art Cake: Artist-in-Residence
Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY
2019 - 2021

Art Cake studio program provides individual workspaces to artists from around the world working in a variety of fine art disciplines. Rotating the artists in residence every one to two years, the mission is to build and support a diverse community of artists working in New York. The complex on the second floor is comprised of ten studios and a shared communal area.

The studios have been curated by a selection of New York-based artists, curators, writers, and professors.

Each member of the rotating selection committee provides names of two to three artists who would benefit from the studio program. Art Cake welcomes artists of all ages, working in all disciplines, and who can commit to using the studios regularly for production.


Art Cake Resident Group Presentation
May 8 - 16, 2021
 
Organized by Art Cake Residents & Marina Gluckman

Art Cake
214 40th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Group Presentation

Art Cake is pleased to present a group exhibition of works made by the current participating artists in the studio program: William Fleites, Blanca Guerrero, Carl E. Hazlewood, Naomi Lisiki, Jeffrey Morabito, Michael Rado, Michele Rushfeldt, and Dannielle Tegeder.

All of the artist’s works included in the online presentation were made in their studio at Art Cake over the past year The works are available for sale and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the artist.

Please view the ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE for a deeper look into each artist’s studio practice.



On The Spot with The Brooklyn Rail
March 2021

A virtual studio visit with The Brooklyn Rail

Filmed and edited by Blanca Guerrero.

For full video featuring the journals of Art Cake resident artists William Fleites, Blanca Guerrero, Carl E. Hazlewood and Naomi Lisiki, see here.

The Brooklyn Rail is a journal committed to providing an independent forum for visual arts, culture, and politics throughout New York City and beyond.



Blanca Guerrero: Corrientes
October 1 - November 1, 2020 - Extended through Nov 7

6BASE at Art Cake
214 40th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Solo Exhibition

In accordance with COVID-19 regulations, five people will be permitted in the gallery at a time. A face mask must be worn to enter and hand sanitizer will be provided.



Art Cake Resident Online Group Presentation
May 15 - July 19, 2020

Organized by Marina Gluckman

Art Cake
214 40th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Group Presentation



To Sink, Revisited
November 2 - 30, 2019

Court Tree Gallery
371 Court Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Solo Exhibition

Court Tree Gallery proudly presents To Sink Revisited by Brooklyn based artist Blanca Guerrero. This is her second show with Court Tree Gallery.




Gowanus Open Studios
October 19 - 20, 2019

98 4th Street #325
Brooklyn NY 11231




I SINK INTO THE BLUE
September 27 – October 20, 2019

Court Tree Gallery
51 35th Street, Building 5
2nd Floor. Suite B236
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Solo Exhibition

Court Tree Gallery is proud to present I SINK INTO THE BLUE by Blanca Guerrero. This body of work was made during the Artist-in-Residence-Yamanashi (AIR-Y) in 2015. It was also exhibited in Kofu, Japan in 2015.




The Face Apartment
presented by The Face Magazine

September 6 - 27, 2019

9 Bleeker Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10012

Featured Artists:
Blanca Guerrero
Jordi Keriwick
Coco Knudson
MRKA
NKONE
Anthony Peronace
Pilassbros
Tina Shaw

Organized by Background CC






Hybrid Contemporary Art Fair
March 1 - 3, 2019

Presented by Barbecho + Ars COCO
3rd Edition. Madrid, Spain

Group Exhibition




Chapa y Pintura
February, 2019

Presented by Cerquone Projects

Calle de Pedro Unanúe, 15
28045 Madrid

Featured Artists:
Fauso Amundarain
Paul Amundarain
Miguel Caravaca
Desi Civera
Ana Dévora
Marian Garrido
Juan Gerstl
Blanca Guerrero
Jorge Pizzani
María Ramírez
Rafael Rangel
Marina Vargas
An Wei




Gowanus Open Studios
October 20 - 21, 2018

98 4th Street #325
Brooklyn NY 11231

Featured Artists:
Arturo Guerrero
Blanca Guerrero





Open Studios
October 17, 2015

544 Park Avenue #202
Brooklyn NY 11205

Featured Artists:
Blanca Guerrero
Rachel Libeskind
Ester Kislin








After Womanhouse
November 3-30, 2016

Presented by Picture Room
Ace Hotel
20 W 29th Street
New York NY 10001

Featured Artists:
Kayla Ephros
Blanca Guerrero
Aidan Koch
Maia Ruth Lee
Jen Shear

In 1971, Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro curated Womanhouse, an exhibition at CalArts in which 21 female performance and installation artists created thematic work based on stereotypical tropes of "women's work." 45 years later, Picture Room pays homage to this historic happening, inviting a select group of contemporary women artists to address these themes through a modern lens. Featuring works from Kayla Ephros, Blanca Guerrero, Aidan Koch, Maia Ruth Lee, and Jen Shear, After Womanhouse's participants make use of clip art, blogging, and web imagery paired with hand-crafted paper, textiles and traditional artistic practices.












Memorias de Japón
May 23 - June 6, 2015

Galeria Vuela Pluma
Calle San Lucas, 3
28004 Madrid

Featured Artists:
Arturo Guerrero
Blanca Guerrero





I SINK INTO THE BLUE
February 21-22, 2015

AIR-Y
2 Chome-37-2 Marunouchi
Kofu, Yamanashi 400-0031
Japan

Solo Exhibition




Artist-in-Residence: Yamanashi [ AIR-Y ]
Kofu, Yamanashi, Japan
2015

Artist in Residence Yamanashi [AIRY] is a program that invites artists from Japan and abroad to live in the beautiful mountainou area of Yamanashi, making new work and new connections. AIRY is artist run, focusing on networking and community involvement rather than business, and aiming to cultivate an environment for sharing ideas and different cultures.

Whilst at AIRY, artists are provided with accommodation, a space within the main gallery for use as a studio, and an exhibition at the final stage of their visit.

Artists are also given support to run a workshop and network within the local community.

As well as running the residency program, AIRY is involved with other projects locally, nationally, and abroad, such as connections with local schools, cafes, shopping district, farms, and former bath houses.

The curatorial team of the gallery welcomes an interesting array of exhibitions from both local and International artists and offers artist talks and workshops.

Since 2005, AIR-Y has hosted over 140 artists from more than 36 countries.

© BGL 2021