The German women’s magazine, Barbara, features Jeanette May’s “Morbidity & Mortality” photographic series in issue #31, December 2018. The magazine aims to be smarter and funnier than the typical women’s magazine. The theme for this issue is “crime,” so May’s photos of pet toys as murder victims fit perfectly.
Visit Jeanette May’s studio during the EFA Open Studio event. All artists in the EFA Studio Program participate by opening their studios to the public for 3 days of art, conversation, and a behind the scene view of art-making.
Oct 18, Thursday 6-10pm
Oct 19, Friday 6-9pm
Oct 20, Saturday 1-6pm
Jeanette’s studio #403
Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA)
323 W. 39th Street, New York, NY 10018
"Tech Vanitas: Blue Typewriter" will be on exhibit at Filter Space in Chicago IL. This group show entitled Re/member/construct was juried by Lisa Volpe, Associate Curator, Photography, Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Exhibit dates: September 21 – October 27, 2018. Opening Reception: Friday, September 28, 6-9pm.
"Red Phone" on view in the showroom of Shah & Shah Distinctive Jewelers in Washington DC. The print was purchased at the Washington Project for the Arts Gala. All images in the Tech Vanitas series are printed in an edition of 10; other prints are still available! Contact Jeanette May (in NY contact KlompChing Gallery).
Join Jeanette May at an Auction Gala benefitting the Washington Project for the Arts (WPA). Artworks in the WPA auction were selected by a distinguished committee of curators, artists, and collectors. The event will be held on Saturday, April 21, 7pm at the Uline Arena, 1140 3rd St. NE, 4th Floor, Washington DC. Preview the artworks and purchase tickets in advance for an elegant evening of cocktails, dinner, dancing and art: https://www.wpadc.org/events/auction-gala-2018
View "Tech Vanitas" photographs and images by other photographers in this video documentation of the public presentation in Milan Italy: https://youtu.be/bmwUvR0QR-Y. The exhibit was curated by ArtsFor_ and designed by Raumplan for Milano Digital Week in March 2018.
The Cluster Gallery in Brooklyn, NY will host a closing reception for the exhibition "Beautiful Obsolescence." The reception is free and open to the public: Friday, March 30th, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00pm, with an informal artists talk at 6:00pm. The exhibition was curated by Amanda McDonald Crowley and features art by Jeanette May, Adrianne Wortzel, and Mary Mattingly..
The Cluster Gallery
200 6th St. 3E, Brooklyn NY 11215
Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 5:00 to 9:00pm, artists in the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts open their studios to the public. The event is free and does not require an RSVP. Jeanette May's studio is on the 4th floor. EFA is located near Times Square: 323 W. 39th Street, between 8th and 9th Aves.
The Brooklyn Arts Council awarded Jeanette May a Brooklyn Arts Fund grant for production and exhibition of her "Tech Vanitas" photography series. Additional support for the project comes from Waltz, Inc, Lower East Side Ecology Center Gowanus E-Waste Warehouse, and donations from individual supporters.
Tech Vanitas is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
The Cluster Gallery is pleased to present Beautiful Obsolescence, a group exhibition featuring photographic works by Jeanette May and Adrianne Wortzel as well as sculpture by Mary Mattingly, curated by Amanda McDonald Crowley. The exhibition will be on view from March 2 to March 30, 2018, with a public opening reception on postponed (due to weather) to Saturday, March 3, from 7 to 9pm.
The Cluster Gallery is located in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn.
200 6th Street 3E, Brooklyn, NY 11215