Rona Pondick

  • A Conversation with Artist Rona Pondick
    January 31, 2019 - January 31, 2019
    The Reef / LA Mart
    1933 South Broadway
    Los Angeles, CA 90007

    We are delighted to announce a conversation with artist Rona Pondick organised by Sotheby’s Institute of Art on 31 January 2019 at the Reef at 6:30 pm. 

    This conversation is free and open to the public and will be also live streamed on Sotheby’s Institute of Art Facebook page.

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  • Anonymous was a Woman Award
    October 13, 2016 - October 13, 2016

    Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac congratulates Rona Pondick with her Anonymous Was A Woman Award. 

    Anonymous Was A Woman is an unrestricted grant of $25,000 that enables women artists, over 40 years of age and at a significant juncture in their lives or careers, to continue to grow and pursue their work. The Award is given in recognition of an artist's accomplishments, artistic growth, originality and potential.  

    The name of the grant program, Anonymous Was A Woman, refers to a line in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own. As the name implies, nominators and those associated with the program are unnamed. The award was begun in 1996 in response to the decision of the National Endowment of the Arts to cease support of individual artists. 

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  • The Artist Project
    June 24, 2015 - March 1, 2016
    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, launches the second season of The Artist Project, an online series in which 100 artists choose individual works of art or galleries that spark their imaginations. In this online series, artists reflect on what art is and what inspires them from across 5,000 years of art. Their unique and passionate ways of seeing and experiencing art encourage all museum visitors to look in a personal way.

    Over the course of five seasons, The Artist Project will share the perspectives of one hundred artists with the public, telling us what they see when they look at The Met.

    In Season 1 which started in March 2015 renowned artists such as Tom Sachs or Cory Arcangel participated in the project. In the second season Robert Longo, Rona Pondick and David Salle will share their view amongst seventeen other international artists.

    Read more about the The Artist Project by clicking here or click on the artists' name to discover their view on art as part of the project:

    Cory Arcangel

    Robert Longo

    Rona Pondick

    Tom Sachs

    David Salle

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  • The Work of Art
    November 8, 2014 - September 8, 2014
    The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA

    On Saturday, November 8, at 2:00 PM The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, invites to "Gianfranco Pocobene & Rona Pondick: The Work of Art", a conversation about technology’s impact on the art world. The processes involved in making—and studying—works of art are continuously evolving, and speak volumes about the relationships between artists and society.

    Pocobene will present a new look at drawing techniques used by Michelangelo in the Gardner’s Pietà. Pondick will discuss finding inspiration in the work of earlier artists and her practice of blending traditional techniques with new technologies.

    For tickets and more information please click here

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    October 20, 2013 - December 15, 2013

    To commemorate the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy—and the resiliency of New York City’s arts community, which was hit especially hard by the storm—the Dedalus Foundation, the Brooklyn Rail, and the Jamestown Charitable Foundation join with Industry City Associates to present a nearly 100,000 square foot exhibition entitled Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1. The exhibition will take place at Industry City, a hub of creative manufacturing and innovation in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Centered on the work of artists directly affected by Sandy, the exhibition will also feature work inspired by and referring to the storm, along with work by artists who were invited to participate in the spirit of solidarity.

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