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White Hot Presents

New York, NY, Feb. 25, 2013.  Whitehot Magazine will launch its new curatorial initiative, “Whitehot Presents” at this year’s SCOPE New York art fair, March 6-10, 2013.  The debut exhibit of Whitehot Presents will feature works by artists Lee Ranaldo, Leah Singer, Noah Becker, Michael Anderson, and Lucy Pullen, curated by New York-based Adev.

Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson

"Atomic No 13" Lucy Pullen

“Atomic No 13” Lucy Pullen

Leah Singer

Leah Singer

"Ronettes" Lee Ranaldo

“Ronettes” Lee Ranaldo

"Love in Black" Noah Becker

“Love in Black” Noah Becker

"Vidal Sasoon" Noah Becker

“Vidal Sasoon” Noah Becker

"The Creator" Noah Becker

“The Creator” Noah Becker

"The Territory" Lucy Pullen

“The Territory” Lucy Pullen

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art is one of the world’s most popular art magazines, featuring in-depth articles, reviews, and interviews from international art cities including New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.

Artist Lee Ranaldo, b. 1956, New York, is an accomplished painter whose works have been exhibited in museums and galleries in numerous cities around the world, including New York, (Printed Matter, Artspace, White Columns), London (Hayward Gallery), Paris (CNEAI), Sydney (Museum of Contemporary Art), and Dusseldorf (Kuntshalle Dusseldorf). Ranaldo is also well-known as a founding member and guitarist for legendary alternative rock band Sonic Youth, formed in New York City in 1981.  He was ranked at No. 33 on Rolling Stone’s “Greatest Guitarists of All Time” list in 2004, and ranked No. 1, along with Sonic Youth bandmate Thurston Moore, on Spin Magazine’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.”

Leah Singer, born in Toronto, is a photographer and multimedia artist whose work has been exhibited at numerous museums and cultural institutions, including Magasin3, Stockholm, Centre Pompidou, Paris; MACBA, Barcelona; and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.  Singer’s work spans from printed matter to film, where she has developed a signature style by using multiple modified film projectors, enabling her to manipulate and improvise film projections by adjusting the frame rate.  She frequently collaborates with her husband, Lee Ranaldo.

Noah Becker, b. 1970, Cleveland, OH, is an oil painter whose work has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in the United States, Canada, and Europe, including Vancouver Art Gallery.  His portraits are currently on display in the exhibit The Roving Eye: Aura and the Contemporary Portrait at the Oakland University Art Gallery in Rochester, Michigan alongside the works of David Shrigley and Michael Borremans.   Noah Becker founded Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art in 2007 and lives and works in New York.

Michael Anderson, b. 1968, New York, is a collage artist who works primarily with street posters.  His work has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in the United States, Europe, Mexico, and China, including Marlborough Gallery and Pace Wildenstein Gallery in New York, Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and Metropolitan Museum, Monterrey, Mexico.  Anderson’s collages have also been featured in billboards for retailer Target in Times Square and in the lobby of the Ace Hotel in Chelsea.  In 2012, he was tapped as one of three “experts” to spearhead Dos Equis’ The Most Interesting Academy.

Lucy Pullen, b. 1971, Montreal, is a sculptor and painter whose work has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in the United States, Canada, and London.  Her work often draws inspiration from science, quantum physics in particular.  For a 2011 solo exhibition at Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, Pullen devised actual clouds inside sculptures with the help of an astrophysicist.  Lucy Pullen is a tenured assistant professor of visual arts at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, and lives and works in New York.

New York-based curator Adev is a performance artist, collector, and member of the Guggenheim Museum Young Collectors Council Acquisitions Committee and the Morgan Library Young Fellows.

 

 

 

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  1. Coverage of impending #WhitehotPresents exhibit at #SCOPENewYork by @ArtNerdNewYork! http://t.co/KEhMcjgtwa

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