Ultra Light Beams is a fully immersive contemporary art experience at The Mount Analogue, in Seattle, Washington, which includes paintings of varying size, and an interactive installation by Artist, Bobby Haulotte. Ultra Light Beams celebrates the ingenuity behind each Artists’ creative practice, highlighting their vibrant palettes that are impossible for nature to produce and the digital gestures made by hand that mimic technological, and algorithmic system used by machines. This show will speak about a kind of day glo painting style and post internet/analog palette that is nostalgic as it relates to consumerism and the rise of the internet. But will also point to futuristic feelings as there is a kind of sophistication and advanced sense of talking about what we see - things simplified (not aiming towards traditional realism) and things exemplified (palettes, as if feeling through color).


"Speed Dating" is an interactive sculpture show curated from a month-long open call process by BombPop!Up and Calli Moore, of See You Next Thursday Art Auction.  The show encapsulates the absurdity, newness, and excitement of speed dating in relation to digital experiences of sharing and curating artworks through the format of the open call.  As in a speed (or online) date, the works (and the audience) will meet a the same time and place for the first time during the exhibition, creating a live-action sense of aesthetic chemistry. "Speed Dating" addresses these themes with a sense of humor, while underscoring the extent to which digital processes have come to affect our material realities in art, as in life.  This sculpture show is held at Pete's Candy Store, 709 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, New York, and lasts from 6-10pm.  


Chinatown Soup is pleased to be hosting All That Glitters, a solo exhibition featuring the work of Rachael Tarravechia on September 7th. The opening reception will be held on Friday, September 7, from 6pm – 9pm. The event is free and open to the public. Chinatown Soup is located at 16B Orchard St, New York, NY 10002.  Be there or be square.

Chasing all that glitters in magazines such as Vogue, Glamour, and InStyle became my escape. I would rip through each one every month, page by page ranking the numerous purses, shoes, and blouses I wanted most. Eventually, I stashed a heart-shaped box under my bed, stuffed it with extra cash, and labelled it “Louboutin Fund.”Fashion magazines made me want to appear more interesting and important than I thought I was. It took me a while to realize how toxic these thoughts are and how insidious the programming is to worship luxury lifestyles.

My work investigates the relationship between popular culture and repetition. How do patterns shape media? Why do luxury goods create expectations of grandeur in daily life?


Savannah College of Art and Design's BFA Painting Showcase is taking place on May 31, from 4-6pm.  The evening features the best work of current undergraduate painting students. Tarravechia will be exhibiting 2 paintings.  Awards for the show were chosen by judge and alumni mentor, Monica Cook.  Additional information on this showcase and other exhibitions are available on the SCAD painting department blog. This event is free and open to the public.


WELMONT is pleased to be hosting FIX, a group exhibition featuring the work of Rachael Tarravechia, Kalli Padgett, and Heather Norman on May 25th. The opening reception will be held on Friday, May 25th, from 6pm – 9pm. The event is free and open to the public. There will be beverages and appetizers served.WELMONT is located at 1930 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA.

We all have a fix, want a fix, or search to be fixed. Fix is a group show that explores the relationshipbetween pop culture and media, luxury goods and the attached expectations, the stigma of mental illness, and the journey of humanity’s unconscious collective soul. Each work reveals a string of conversations: asking questions and discussing thoughts but never forcing answers. Read the full press release here.


For April 2018 Capitol Hill Art Walk, studio e presents, While Supplies Last: Restock, a recurring group art show in its second iteration, located in Seattle, Washington at Amandine Bakeshop (1424 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122) from 6-9pm. Rachael Tarravechia will be exhibiting three original works, Goyard, Wilson, and La Croix in the pop up show.


The painting, Vanity, was accepted into not only the 2018 edition of the Port City Review, but the exhibition taking place at Alexander Hall Gallery, March 23-April 8, with the reception on March 30, 6-8pm.  The Port City Review highlights the best work amongst all of the majors at the Savannah College of Art and Design, so it will be a very diverse and interesting show.  Please come join Tarravechia and the other talented artist who have work in the upcoming exhibition.


Savannah College of Art and Design's Winter Painting Showcase is taking place on February 22, from 6-8pm.  The evening features open studios of current undergraduate and graduate painting students, as well as a new juried selection of artwork installed on the second floor of Alexander Hall.  Tarravechia will be exhibiting 7 paintings, as well as showing one work in progress in my studio (studio E-13). There will also be a second reception on February 27, from 6-7pm, following an artist talk by Monica Cook.  Additional information on this showcase and other exhibitions are available on the SCAD painting department blog. This event is free and open to the public.


The Savannah College of Art and Design's Savannah campus is having an open studio event on October 27, from 7-9pm.  Enjoy live entertainment and hands-on demonstrations while browsing original works for sale by SCAD students, faculty and alumni.  Tarravechia will be showing 5 paintings in the exhibition, as well as having her studio (E-13) open and showing a current work in progress.  More information on this exhibition can be found on SCAD's exhibitions page. This event is free and open to the public. Photo by SCAD District photographer Jonathan Vasata.


Rachael Tarravechia's very first solo show will be held at Chinatown Soup, and will have a reception on August 26 from 6-10pm.  After a long summer of creating digital illustrations for the gallery that will be translated as wallpaper for the gallery's back cafe area, tshirts, posters, and post cards, acrylic paintings done on wood, and small sculptures, this work will be on display.  Chinatown Soup is a Manhattan gallery that straddles the line between Chinatown, and the Lower East Side.  The address is 16 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002.  Be there or be square.  

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