Paul & Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum

Artist Talk at The Weatherspoon Art Museum Feb.9, 6 – 7 pm

Review of The False Spectator by ELISSA FAVERO

Persistent Contact review by Edith Newhall

The geographic imponderables of Joan Tanner at Locks Gallery by Christa Dimarco

Coming up in Philadelphia! Persistent Contact: Works on Paper by Joan Tanner @ Locks Gallery

December 22, 2015 – January 30, 2016

Locks Gallery

Philadelphia, PA

The False Spectator

The False Spectator @ Suyama Space

Installation by Joan Tanner

January 18th – April 15, 2016

Suyama Space

2324 Second Avenue

Seattle, Washington

Joan in Seasons Magazine

The Volta

about Joan Tanner’s work OR of Frag Mental-ery Under Stand-ins
http://www.thevolta.org/inreview-jtanner.html

Art Ltd. Review

Review of in direct dialogue at Jane Deering Gallery.

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in direct dialogue

Atkinson Gallery

P E R S I S T E N C E 

January 23 – February 16, 2012

 

Joan Tanner’s Scoundrel and Slapface, 2010 featured in Atkinson Gallery’s current exhibition, Persistence, curated by Dane Goodman.

” The artists in this exhibition are a mix of native Californians and transplants from across the US, England, and the Isle of Man. Each has spent considerable time in their practice, some for severaldecades, often in the face of less than desirable public support. The ongoing development and refinement in their work reflects a depth of remarkable passion and commitment.”

ATKINSON GALLLERY

Santa Barbara City College

721 Cliff Drive

Hours:  Monday – Thursday 10am – 7pm      Friday- Saturday  10am – 4pm

http://gallery.sbcc.edu

View from Here: Works by Santa Barbara Artists in the Permanent Collection

 

 

 

 

 

View from Here provides a selection of works in the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s permanent collection by artists currently living and   working in Santa Barbara, and represents works acquired from the 1970′s through the present.  Artists in the exhibition include:  Richard Alper, Philip Argent, Eric Beltz, Hilary Brace, Gary Brown, Nell Campbell, Irma Cavat, Anne Diener, Michael Dvortcsak, Dane goodman, Mary Heebner, Gerald Incandela, Rafael Perea de La Cabada, Hank Pitcher, Keith Puccinelli, Harry Reese, William Rohrbach, Marie Schoeff, Ilene Segalove, Rick Stich, and Joan Tanner.

October 1, 2011 – January 1, 2012

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State Street • Santa Barbara, California

http://www.sbmuseart.org/exhibitions/upcoming/index.web

 

The Art of the Book in California: Five Contemporary Presses

 

Announcing an exhibition curated by Peter Koch for the Stanford University Art Museum and the Special Collections Department of Stanford University Library

THE ART OF THE BOOK IN CALIFORNIA Five Contemporary Presses

Joan Tanner’s Turnings is featured as part of the work of Turkey Press / Sandra and Harry Reese.

June 1 – August 28, 2011

The Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, Stanford University

Pigott Family Gallery

AS IS . FRESNO ART MUSEUM 2009 / 2010

“as is”
installation 09
Fri., Nov. 20, 2009 – Sun., April 18, 2010
Fig Garden Village and Duncan Galleries

Radically modifying ordinary objects and building materials into exaggerated, arcane sculptural elements, Joan Tanner has created a site-specific installation composed of individually formatted works constructed from randomly acquired fugitive materials. The environmental aspects of two galleries have been synthesized with the artist’s placement of disparate elements and objects of various organic and inorganic materials. The artist has created a tangible architectonic tension designed to exploit the spatial configurations of sculptural form in relationship to the viewer as they enter an environment of transformed fabrication.

 

Joan Tanner “as is” installation 09 Fri., Nov. 20, 2009 – Sun., April 18, 2010Fig Garden Village and Duncan Galleries Radically modifying ordinary objects and building materials into exaggerated, arcane sculptural elements, Joan Tanner has created a site-specific installation composed of individually formatted works constructed from randomly acquired fugitive materials. The environmental aspects of two galleries have been synthesized with the artist’s placement of disparate elements and objects of various organic and inorganic materials. The artist has created a tangible architectonic tension designed to exploit the spatial configurations of sculptural form in relationship to the viewer as they enter an environment of transformed fabrication.