Posts In: Activity (selected)

Read More
Cindy Bernard, Ask the Dust: Dirty Harry (1971/1990)

Ask the Dust: Dirty Harry (1971-1990) included in “Not I” at LACMA

So great to finally see Not I, Throwing Voices (1500 BCE – 2020 BCE) curated by the fab Jose Luis Blondet at LACMA, on view...

Continue Reading
Read More

Pollock-Krasner Grant

Thrilled to announce that I’m receiving a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant! So honored. Bowing down to Lee Krasner for having the foresight to establish a Foundation...

Continue Reading
Read More

Security Envelope Grid Acquired by the Whitney Museum

I am thrilled to announce that the 100 part Security Envelope Grid has found a home at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Thanks to...

Continue Reading
Read More
Inspection of one panel of Two Roads upon arrival at the FRAC Meca in Bordeaux

Two Roads included in « Il est une fois dans l’Ouest » at the FRAC MECA in Bordeaux

“The first exhibition of Frac at the MECA, inviting a host of artists and curators, is original and anchored in New Aquitaine: a manifesto in...

Continue Reading
Read More

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp reviews Things Change, Things Stay the Same for KCRW

June 29, 2017 Press / Publications 0

…Another graduate of Cal Arts, Cindy Bernard gained much attention in 1988 for her photographs of patterns from the insides of security envelopes, a feature...

Continue Reading
Read More
Cindy Bernard, Panels 27, 37, 38, 42, 43 (Gladys Osmond, Beaches, Newfoundland, 2013)

Ezrha Jean Black reviews Things Change, Things Stay the Same for Artillery

Periodically, we hear complaints (or alternatively, sighs of gratitude) from one quarter or another that painting is dead; or sometimes more specifically, that abstract painting...

Continue Reading
Read More
Detail from: Cindy Bernard Panels 110, 118, 119, 120, 123 (Gladys Osmond, Beaches, Newfoundland, 2013), 2017, Watercolor, 28 x 22 inches

Sharon Mizota reviews Things Change, Things Stay the Same for LA Times

In some ways, Bernard has reverse-engineered the quilt, making paper “patterns” for an endeavor that likely had none. In contrast to traditional quilts, which follow...

Continue Reading
Read More
Cindy Bernard, Adjacent Panels

Solo exhibition, Richard Telles Fine Art, Opening May 20, 2017

I’m pleased to announce Things Change, Things Stay the Same, opening at Richard Telles Fine Art on May 20 and running through July 1 – my...

Continue Reading
Read More
Cindy Bernard, UCross Residency, February/March 2017

UCross Residency, February / March, 2017

I’m finding that the isolated production time provided by residencies accelerates progress in my work…so I was happy to have the opportunity to spend time...

Continue Reading
Read More
Image: Manassas to Culpeper, 2014-15/2016, 98 archival pigment prints in a custom portfolio box. Detail: Mansassas to Culpeper: Img_5756 (Folio photos credit: Jeff McLane)

Manassas to Culpeper Folio to Premiere at Paris Photo, November 9-13

My first ever folio box, for Manassas to Culpeper, will premiere at the 20th edition of Paris Photo, presented by Gallery Luisotti (Booth A24). Manassas to...

Continue Reading