Team Lump

June 15, 2000

Alterbiographies

Alterbiographies – Todd Fjlested, David Isenhour and Angie Thiede JUNE 2000 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
May 15, 2000

Buena Onda

Buena Onda – Derek Fanser, Willie Gregory, Kirsten Stoltmann and Scott Wolniak MAY 2000 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
April 15, 2000

Balls and Dolls

Balls and Dolls – Max Below Toledo-Paris and Sherri Wood project room: Send in the Clowns curated by Lump Lipshitz APRIL 2000 “Wood has cleverly played upon the stereotypical naming of women as “dolls,” then invited women in a male-dominated art form (tattooing) to create uplifting female imagery for these stand-ins for the female figure, while insisting upon a traditional female craft – embroidery – for their execution. More outrageous are a series of cotton panties which Wood has embellished with vintage-style hand-towel designs that have a double-entendre edge. Adding to the sexual content of the message is the fact that these panties have split crotches, adorned with embroidered buttonhole stitching. The shock value in these works consists of their clever juxtapositioning of tame female craft with overt sexual reference. Max Below Toledo-Paris’s work operates on a much more complex […]
March 15, 2000

Xploded Formz

Xploded Formz – Dana Raymond project room: New Trips – Reed Anderson MARCH 2000 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
February 15, 2000

dialect – Michael Salter

dialect – Michael Salter project room: Digest – Christopher Gentile 1999 FEBRUARY 2000 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
December 15, 1999

un/Acceptable

un/Acceptable – curated by Med Byrd DECEMBER 1999 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
November 15, 1999

Post No Bills – Shepard Fairey

Post No Bills – Shepard Fairey  NOVEMBER 1999 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
October 15, 1999

Queer Youth – Tammy Rae Carland

Queer Youth – Tammy Rae Carland project room: Heidi Arbogast OCTOBER 1999 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
September 15, 1999

The Facts of Life

The Facts of Life – Kate Anthony and Beth Nardella project room: Paul Friedrich SEPTEMBER 1999 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
August 15, 1999

Gene Simmonsism / To me, Quantity is Quality

Gene Simmonsism – Michael Pilmer To me, Quantity is Quality – Brian Walsby project room: Michael Salter/Dale Flattum/Lump Lipshitz AUGUST 1999 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
June 15, 1999

Tough and Tender

 Tough and Tender – curated by Bill Thelen JUNE 1999 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.  
May 15, 1999

The Soft Museum

The Soft Museum – gallery exchange with Seattle’s Milky World gallery MAY 1999 “It was “Carry On,” a presentation by the Lump Gallery in Raleigh, N.C. Kwok encountered the work of Team Lump through cartoonist Paul Friedrich, whose art he exhibited last summer at Milky World. Friedrich introduced him to the Lump Web site. Through the extended e-mail correspondence that developed, the two galleries decided they shared tastes and fans. So Kwok proposed a modest “art exchange”: If Team Lump would come to Seattle, he would allow them a month at his gallery. Milky World would do all the press and house the artists, taking only its usual 40 percent of any sale. But in return, Lump had to reciprocate: mount and duly publicize a show of Seattle artists. There was one other requirement: All the art would be ‘carry-on,’ […]