• Solo exhibit_Detroit_ opening July 23

    Solo exhibit_Detroit_ opening July 23

    'm pleased to announce 'Distance,' a solo exhibit of new work in Detroit MI, opening reception Saturday July 23.

    Carl Auge

    Distance

    July 23-August 07, 2016

    Opening reception Saturday, July 23, 5-8 PM

    Detroit Museum of Healing
    3434 Russell St
    Detroit MI
    313-671-0331

  • Postcards from The Edge, Luhring Augustine Gallery NYC

    I have a small (4" x 6") painting in the upcoming benefit exhibit, Postcards from The Edge, at Luhring Augustine Gallery, Jan 30-Feb 1, 2015.

    https://www.visualaids.org/projects/detail/postcards

  • Curate NYC 2013


    I've been selected by curator Sarah Newman, Curator of Contemporary Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, to be in a group online exhibition for Curate NYC 2013:

    http://www.curatenyc.org/2013/author/snewman

  • Group Exhibit, Artists for Animals, Philadelphia PA

    Group exhibit, benefit for a no-kill animal shelter and P.A.W.S (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society).



  • Open Studio, September 8 and 9

    http://www.gobrooklynart.org/studio/carlauge

    My studio is B55:

    chashama Open Studios at the Brooklyn Army Terminal
    140 58th Street (between 1st and 2nd Ave),
    Building B, Unit 4-I and Building A, Unit 3-J,
    Sunset Park, Brooklyn, 11220
    September 8 - 9, 2012
    11am - 7pm (with special artist receptions from 5-7pm)
    Cost: FREE

    chashama and the NYC EDC are pleased to announce their participation in Brooklyn Museum's GO! Brooklyn Open Studios on September 8 - 9. FREE and open to the public, visitors can explore over 85 artist studios within two buildings in the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. From 11am to 7pm, on both Saturday and Sunday, guests can tour the studios, interact with chashama's artists and learn more about chashama and our roster of innovative arts programs.
    Participating artists:
    Abby Goodman, Abby Hertz, Adel Kerpely, Alan Prazniak, Alberte Bernier, Allon Schemool, Antonio Serna, Athena LaTocha, Austin Shull, Barry Rosenthal, Beatrix Piesh, Brent Birnbaum, Brian Zegeer, Bruce Cambell, Carl Auge, Carly Silverman, Carolyn Martin, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, Christine Gedeon, Clay Hapaz, Danny Licul, Dean Radinovsky, Denise Deleray, Devin Powers, Edward Schexnayder, Elizabeth Whalley, Ellen Colcord, Gavin Sewell, Gertrude Berg, Greta Hansen, Howard Gladstone, Irina Kruzhilina, Isabelle Garbani, Jacob Margolin, Jason Covert, James Lipovac, Jeanne Marie Wasilik, Jenna Weiss, Jennie Booth, Joe Major, John Chandler, Jonathan Durham, Jonathan Fischer, Juana Valdes, Katie Vida, Kenneth E. Parris III, Kimberly Reinhardt, Kristin Reed, L.L. Nicholas, Leeza Meksin, Leola Bermanzohn, Leonie Weber-Seldess, Liliana Dirks-Goodman, Luiza Kurzyna, Mahtab Aslani, Matthew Wilson, Melissa Eder, Michelle Hunter, Miryana Todorova, Monika Zarzeczna-Devine, Nathan Wasserbauer, Nicholas Shindell, Nicholas Vaughan, Njideka Akunyili, Noah Xifr, Pamela Lawton, Patrick Wilson, Paul DeMuro, Peter Brock, Peter Gregorio, Rachel Mica Weiss, Rosalyn Bodycomb, Rose Nestler, Sheryl Oppenheim, Songyi Kim, Stephen Holding, Steve Zolin, Sungjin Choi, Su Yeon Na, Suzanne Meehan, Susan Springer Anderson, Sydell Glasser, Taku Saito, Tess Billhartz, Tirtzah Bassel, Yana Dimitrova, Yasmin Gur.
    Over 65 of our artists at the Brooklyn Army terminal are also registered for GO! and eligible for inclusion in a community-curated group exhibition during Target First Saturdays, December 1 at the Brooklyn Museum. Register to vote for your favorite artist, here. Last day for voter registration is Friday, September 7th.

  • Carl Auge, Resound 2

    August 19-August 27, 2012
    Opening Reception Saturday, August 25, 5-9:30 PM

    chashama 461 Gallery
    461 W 126th St, New York NY 10027

    Resound 2 is a solo exhibit of oil on canvas works, a continuation with the conflicting task of seeking visual equivalents to sound. A musical background often becomes subject matter, conjoining a sense of place. Humbling moments and banal snapshots provide the source material for calm yet tumultuous paintings. This is the artist’s first solo exhibit in New York City.

    Carl Auge is an Artist and Designer working and living in New York City. He holds an MFA (2005) and BFA (2003) in Painting and Drawing from California College of the Arts, San Francisco CA. Previous solo exhibitions include Rowan Morrison Gallery, Oakland CA and Santa Clara University Gallery, Santa Clara CA. Group exhibits include Close Calls:2008, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito CA, and Cream From the Top, Arts Benicia Gallery, Benicia CA.

    He is a recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award, a Walter and Elise Haas Fund Creative Work Fund Grant, and a Chashama Studio Award. His artworks are included in many private and public collections.