Spells and Incantations from Shark’s Ink

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Spells and Incantations, 2008, Eight-color three-dimensional lithograph and silkscreen with chine colle and gold leaf, 60.5″ x 18.75″ x 7.5″, Edition of 45, Published by Shark’s Ink

The artist’ print has been editioned by Shark’s Ink. This three-dimensional print is assembled from twenty-six individual lithographic elements. To read more about the print please visit Shark’s Ink

Museum of Modern Art Acquires “Album (Madeline Tomaini)” and on View Summer 2009

album-tomaini-overall-newsAlbum (Madeline Tomaini), 2007, 42″ x 108″ (framed), archival digital ink jet prints, rice paper, Jade glue, archival tape, ink, graphite, found photo corners, and soot

On View Summer 2009
June 2 – September 14, 2009
In 2008, the Museum of Modern Art acquired a large multi-part photographic work entitled Album (Madeline Tomaini)  In this piece, the artist has inserted  herself in the found photographs/lives of others shown above in full and in a passage/detail shown below. The work was on view in the museum with a selection of contemporary photographs in the Menschel Gallery. To view this work in the Modern’s collection click on MoMA

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Galeria Senda

the-funeral-newsThe Funeral, 2009, Selenium toned silver gelatin print

March 12 – April 30, 2009
An exhibition of the artist’s photographs was presented this year at Galeria Senda in Barcelona, Spain.

Lemberg Gallery

offerings-newsOfferings, 2008, Selenium toned silver gelatin print

October 17- December 6, 2008
An exhibition of the artist’s photographs, prints, and works on paper was presented at the Lemberg Gallery in Ferndale, MI

Galerie Lelong, New York, NY

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Ghat Music, 2008, Selenium toned silver gelatin print

September 4 – October 11, 2008
An exhibition of the artist’s photographic pieces was presented by Galerie Lelong in New York.

Nina Freudenheim Gallery

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Bee Line Trucking, 2005, Selenium toned silver gelatin print

December 16 – January 27, 2007
An exhibition of the artist’s photographs was presented by the Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Publication of “The Flag Project”

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Spring, 2007
Prior to the opening of the Rubin Museum Art in New York in 2004, the artist was asked by artists Kiki Smith and Årlene Shechet to make a flag to mark the festivities of the museum’s opening.  The Museum has now published a book commemorating “The Flag Project,” with essays by Simon Winchester and Katherine Anne Paul on Tibetan prayer flags, the inspiration for this project.  All of the artists’ flags are reproduced in the book.

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