December 9, 2016/posted in: Announcements, Exhibitions

Cleve Carney Art Gallery

We are pleased to announce our upcoming exhibit at the College of Dupage, Cleve Carney Art Gallery in Illinois. We will present our 2015 film Writing History With Lighting along with new work including a series of photographs and a light installation titled Bright White Light. This exhibit opens January 21st and will be on […]

June 24, 2016/posted in: Announcements, Exhibitions

Artship Olympia

Two new installations by Hironaka & Suib are included in Philadelphia Sculptors and the Independence Seaport Museum collaborative exhibition Artship Olympia on view June 25 through October 2 2016. The exhibition features sixteen site-specific art installations on Cruiser Olympia’s interior and exterior decks, curated by Philadelphia Sculptors. The National Historic Landmark ship transforms into an […]

May 1, 2015/posted in: Announcements, Friends

2015 Guggenheim Fellowship

We are excited and honored to have been awarded a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship. The 2015 fellows include many amazing artists and academics including our good friend and colleague Victoria Fu. More to come as our project develops over the next year! About the Fellowship: Often characterized as “midcareer” awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for men […]

May 1, 2015/posted in: Announcements

2015 CFEVA Fellowship

We’re thrilled to join some amazing Philadelphia-based artists as 2015 CFEVA Fellows! Many thanks to the Center for Emerging Visual Artists for this honor and for continuing to support Philadelphia’s art community in so many ways.

April 25, 2014/posted in: Announcements

Sacred Hostess is awarded a residency at Millay Colony for the Arts

Sacred Hostess, a collaborative project developed by Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib, is awarded a group residency at Millay Colony for the Arts in upstate New York. Group members include: Michael Bell-Smith, Howie Chen, Roberto Carlos Lange, Jena Osman, Brian Kim Stefans, and C Spencer Yeh.

February 28, 2013/posted in: Announcements

Headlands Center for the Arts // 2013 Artists-in-Residence

Hironaka & Suib will in-residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Marin County, CA this Fall! More on the 2013 residents and the Headlands Center here

October 28, 2012/posted in: Announcements, Exhibitions

1967 at Young Projects // Los Angeles

1967 will be on view at Young Projects in Los Angeles from October through December, 2012. Visit Young Projects here

May 17, 2012/posted in: Announcements, Events

Banff Centre / Leighton Colony Residency, June 2012

Thanks to the Banff Centre and Pew Fellowships in the Arts we’ll be spending the month of June in one the Centre’s beautiful Leighton Colony studios. Read on…

January 2, 2012/posted in: Announcements, Events, Exhibitions

1967 on view at Locks Gallery

Jan 13–Feb 25, 2012 Locks Gallery is pleased to present 1967, a multi-channel video installation by Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib, on view January 13th through February 25th, 2012. C. Spencer Yeh and Aaron Moore, who contributed to the piece, will perform live in the installation on Saturday, January 28th, at 5 pm. There will be […]

November 21, 2011/posted in: Announcements, Events

The Soft Epic, or: Savages of the Pacific West, part of Freewaves, Out the Window series

On November 21st, 2011, The Soft Epic, or: Savages of the Pacific West will be presented on the Los Angeles County Metro bus system.

Out the Window—-Short personal videos are presented in the unusual context of the Los Angeles County Metro bus system, starting in the winter of 2011. On Transit TV, we show animations, documentaries, narratives and experimental videos about, by and in Los Angeles.

October 2, 2011/posted in: Announcements, Exhibitions

The Big Idea / Little Berlin

Little Berlin presents an exhibition of work that refers to the condition of not meeting the desired objective of a big idea. Curated by Maria Dumlao Opening reception Saturday, October 1, 2011, 6-10p Chris Forsyth Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib Elaine Kaufmann Ken Montgomery Kristen Neville Taylor Laura Parnes Marissa Perel and Oliverio Rodriquez Fabio […]

October 2, 2011/posted in: Announcements, Events

Matthew Suib Awarded 2011 Pew Fellowship in the Arts

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Announces 2011 Pew Fellowships in the Arts Recipients
Twelve dynamic artists in the Philadelphia area receive $60,000 fellowships

Philadelphia, PA—An elegant and commanding dancer who fuses European, African, and Caribbean influences in her choreography; an architect whose designs couple concerns about environmental cost and sustainability; and a poet whose unique form of writing invites readers to participate in the deeply embodied experiences portrayed in his poems. These are three of 12 exceptional artists from the Philadelphia area who will each receive a $60,000 award this year from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through Pew Fellowships in the Arts (PFA).

The 2011 Pew Fellows, four of whom are first-time applicants to the program, were chosen in recognition of their extraordinary artistic achievements to date. Each $60,000 fellowship is granted over a 1- to 2-year period and may be awarded to artists at any stage of their careers.

April 14, 2011/posted in: Announcements, Exhibitions

One is the Loneliest Number / Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia

Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
Opening Reception: Thursday April 21, 2011 6pm-8pm

One is the Loneliest Number presents emerging artist duos based in Philadelphia and elsewhere. It features five collaboratives working in a variety of media, using a spectrum of approaches to highlight a collective mode that is increasingly present in contemporary practice.

April 12, 2011/posted in: Announcements, Events, Friends

Wave Currents / International House, Philadelphia

May 14th, 8pm, The Ibrahim Theater at International House, Philadelphia
Wave Currents: 1967—Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib with C Spencer Yeh

Hironaka, Suib and Yeh present a multimedia event that revisits the spectacle and phantasmagoria of the 1967 International and Universal Exposition—more commonly known as Expo 67.