EFA studio artist Adam Parker Smith's exhibition "Thanks" at Lu Magnus gallery in Lower Manhattan was featured on the front page of the New York Times with an in depth article by Melena Ryzik. The show also contains work by five other EFA artists.
Former EFA studio artist Adam Parker Smith's show, "Theft" at New York's Lu Magnus Gallery (Mar. 29-Apr. 26) was pre-reviewed in Art in America. The show poses cheeky questions about theft of ideas and artworks: artist-curator Adam Parker Smith stole all the objects to be included, from paintings to an artist's mouth guard, during studio visits.
Adam Parker Smith is a 2012 resident artist at Blue Sky Project, "a summer experience that empowers professional artists from around the world and local youth to collaborate and build community through the creation of ambitious works of contemporary art and performance." Visit the website to see Smith's artist statement, and check out the Blue Sky Project blog (http://blueskydayton.tumblr.com/) for a look at some of Adam's upcoming events.