Michael Pribich-Shows and Events

Michael Pribich is an artist’s artist who attended 360 Xochi Quetzal in the Spring of 2015. His work is smart, embedded with layers of meaning, beautiful, both pleasing and challenging, often monumental and deeply informed by sense of place. Michael lives and works in New York City and as you will read, also travels the world collecting history, materials and inspiration that he transforms with his keen eye and mind. Read more about Michael Pribich.

Thanks Michael for sending us an update of your upcoming shows and events.!

Friday, June 21, The Border Project Space:  Esperanza Cortes and I are showing works together.  The exhibition is called Mineral Steam, curated by Jamie Martinez.   Esperanza includes sculpture from her Minera series – works about artisanal miners.  I am showing works from the Cocinero series about the labor and social conditions of kitchen workers. 
The Border Project Space:
56 Bogard St,
Brooklyn,  NY 11206
Hours: Sat/Sun 1-6pm and by appt.
Friday opening reception 6-8:30pm 

I am pleased to be included in the exhibition Unlikely Materials And The Language Of Art at Krasdale Foods, 65 West Red Oak Lane White Plains, NY 10604.   Curated by Patricia Zarete and Kirsten Kucer, the exhibition will be at two locations:  Krasdale Executive offices in White Plains, and Krasdale Foods Hunts Point Distribution Center, Bronx, NY.   This is particularly exciting to me because as a food distributor  Krasdale overlaps my interest in food processing labor.  Krasdale has had a long-standing arts program within their company, and is now embracing a more public presence.  This feels like the beginning of a new, and non-traditional New York art venue.  Additional details will be coming on social media about the exhibition Unlikely Materials And The Language Of Art.   I will be showing 6 Bolsa works made in Chapala, Mexico at 360 Xochi Quetzal Artist Residency

The sculpture ‘I Am,’ 2019 has been selected for the exhibition ‘Therefore I Am,’ at the Orange County Center For Contemporary Art.  Curated by Meghan Doherty, assistant curator Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The idea for I Am is influenced by the concept of non-duality that I learned about while in Rishikesh, India this past winter.   This notion separates us the energy/being from us as body/mind.