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Graffiti
& Related Styles


Open Reception: Friday April 2, 2010
Exhibition: April 2-23 2010

FTCC Art Gallery
Curator: Chuck Lawson

Graffiti & Related Styles
   
     
     
Amnesty International: The Human Rights Art FestivalAmnesty International: The Human Rights Art FestivalAmnesty International: The Human Rights Art Festival

John and Margie are Participating Artists in the first Amnesty International Human Rights Art Festival
that will be held in Silver Spring, MD (just outside of Washington D.C.) from
April 23-25, 2010.
This multi-venue, multi-media event will bring together artists, local businesses and
politicians to use socially transformative art to raise awareness of human rights and
justice issues, as well as the important work of Amnesty International.

     

February 5-7, 2010
ARTISTS UNITE FOR HAITI
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION


Margie and John donated art to help the
Earthquake Disaster Relief efforts in Haiti
All funds were sent directly to
Mercy Corps (www.mercycorps.org)
and designated to the immediate
relief of the Haitian people

The LoDi Project Gallery



Artists Unite For Haiti Exhibition
THE LoDi PROJECT exists as a curatorial organization that strives to bring attention to current issues and ideas by
creating an atmosphere of open dialogue through site
specific and traveling exhibitions, performances and productions.

     
     
Carnival of eCreativity 2009 logo
Search Engine by John Antoine Labadie

February 27 to March 1, 2009

“Digital-Still-Imaging 2009:
An Indian Documentary of the
Electronic Arts Retrospective”
Twenty-eight artists from thirteen countries participated in ‘Retrospective of Digital-Still-Imaging from ‘ The IDEA’ series of
CD-Gazettes (2000-2005)
. The art works were displayed at the 4th annual
Carnival of e-Creativity in the sylvan
spaces of Sattal Estate, just above
Bhimtal, near Nainital, in the
Lower Kumaon of the new Himalayan
Indian state of Uttarakhand.

Chicken Magnifique by Margie Labadie
 
In November of 2008
Margie's work: Life, Death, and Wishes
(a.k.a. Big Blue Chop)
was exhibited in the
"Independents Liverpool Biennial."
http://www.biennial.com/
Margie's image from Liverpool Biennial 2008Margie's image from Liverpool Biennial 2008
 
 
John Antoine Labadie's Images at the ICCE
Margie Labadie's images from the ICCE

October of 2008
“International Conference on Creativity Education: Creativity for Lifespan”
International invited exhibition with featured visual artists:
J.A. Labadie & M.B. Labadie
National Chengchi University in Taipei & National Sun Yat Sen University in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 
Sguari Sonori Poster

Hearing NowHearing Now

Hearing Now

John and Margie had a combined
artwork in the juried Italian exhibition:
Sguardi Sonori 2008.
"Hearing Now" traveled to five locations:
Lanificio Conte in Schio, Vicenza; 
the Orsini Palace in Bomarzo, Viterbo; 
the Villa d’Este in Tivoli, Rome; 
the Castle of Benevento, best known as Rocca dei Rettori; and the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Casoria, Naples.

The work is now in the permanent collection of the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum

 

In the fall of 2007, John and Margie were part of a
seven artist invitational exhibition at
Tryon, North Carolina's
prestigious gallery: Upstairs Artspace.
The title of the exhibition,
"Where in the World,"
was based on artists' work being
influenced by international experiences.

See photographs from the opening and exhibition in Flickr.com.

Image of Upstairs Artspace Exhibition
 

Hanging transparencies from Newly Identified Species exhibition

From January 8 - February 2, 2007
John had a one person exhibition
at the AD Gallery at UNC Pembroke:
See exhibition
images on Flickr by clicking here:


"Newly Identified Species"



 

Margie & John's works are in the
Virtual Exhibits of the
American Institute in Taiwan, i.e. our "U.S. Embassy."


Digital Confluence: Southeast Meets Far East
American Institute in Taiwan ExibitionAmerican Institute in Taiwan Exibition
   

Liverpool Biennial Image

In August of 2006
John had two images exhibited
in the Liverpool Biennial
Liverpool, England.
   
Information Visualization 10th Exhibition in London and SydneyInformation Visualization 10th Exhibition in London and Sydney
In July 2006 John had
two images accepted into the
"10th International Conference:
Information Visualisation" exhibition,
shown in London, England and
Sydney, Australia.
   
Memefest exhibition - SlovakiaMemefest exhibition - Slovakia

In July of 2006 John and Margie
had four works each accepted into
the Slovakian digital exhibition
"MEMEFEST 06
The International Festival of
Radical Communication."

   
In July of 2006 Margie had two works accepted into "Cuba / Arte Digital: VIII Salón y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital
Eighth International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium"
Arte de Cuba ExhibitionArte de Cuba ExhibitionArte de Cuba Exhibition
   
On May 24, 2006 John and Margie had an exhibtion and
gave a lecture on their work for the
National Chengchi University's College of Communication, Taipei, Taiwan.

National Chengchi University College of Communication and LectureNational Chengchi University College of Communication and LectureNational Chengchi University College of Communication and Lecture

National Cheng Chi University Art and Culture Center ExhibitionNational Cheng Chi University Art and Culture Center Exhibition

From May 15 - 28, 2006
Margie & John held a two-person
exhibition at the
National Chengchi University
Art and Culture Center
Taipei, Taiwan

The exhibition was called:

Digital Confluence:
Southeast Meets Far East

 

Just to push one button - Kuandu Museum of Fine ArtJust to push one button - Kuandu Museum of Fine Art

 

From March 14 - 30, 2006
John and Margie were part of a 7 artist
invitational exhibition, along with five Taiwanese artists, at KDMOFA, the
Kuandu Museum of Fine Art,
Beitou, Taiwan.

"Just to Push One Button?
the Possible Perspectives of
DIgital Graphic Fine Artists"

John also wrote the exhibition
catalog essay called:
"So what about computer based
artwork anyway?"

Donnie Digital Art Exhibition 2006

In January 2006
Margie's work was selected for
"The Donnie 2006"
sixth annual digital art contest of the MOCA, Museum of Computer Art,
Brooklyn, New York.

On January 7, 2006 John and Margie had an exhibition opening with their Taiwanese digital fine art students.

Four of the Labadie's works were featured
for a gallery talk at the "NCCU 2006
Conference on Creativity in Education and Commerce."

About 45 student works were exhibited in the
Commerce Building Gallery in the first
NCCU Student Exhibition,
December 15, 2005 through January 15, 2006.

All works are now on permanent display in a new student lounge gallery in the Jin Tang Education Building at National ChengChi University, Muzha, Taiwan.

NCCU exhibition posternccu exhibition

Taipei National University of the Arts exhibitionTaipei National University of the Arts exhibitionTaipei National University of the Arts exhibitionTaipei National University of the Arts exhibition

 

 

On November 26th, 2005
John and Margie exhibited their work and gave a lecture titled:
"Transmedia:
Linking Traditional and Digital Fine Art"
for students and faculty of the
Taipei National University of the Arts,
Beitou, Taiwan.

CYCU exhibitionCYCU exhibitionCYCU exhibitionCYCU exhibition

From October 22 to November 10, 2005

John and Margie had an exhibition
of their digital work at
Chung Yuan Christian University,
Chung Li, Taiwan
.
On October 27, they gave a lecture on
Digital Fine Art for CYCU faculty and students.

 
Argentina exhibitionExhibition in ArgentinaExhibition in Argentina
In November of 2005, John had his work exhibited in La Muestra Internacional de Arte Digital in Venado Tuerto, Argentina.
   
computer graphics visuaulization beijing exibition
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In the summer of 2005,
John had two works shown in the Computer Graphics, Imaging and Vision International Conference Gallery held in Beijing.
 

Information Visualization 9th Digital ExhibitionInformation Visualization 9th Digital ExhibitionInformation Visualization 9th Digital ExhibitionInformation Visualization 9th Digital ExhibitionInformation Visualization 9th Digital Exhibition

In the summer of 2005, John had two works exhibited in London at the Information Visualization 9th International Conference,
Digital Gallery.