• Antithesis Group Show at The Active Space

      Monday, 21 October 2013 17:06

      Featuring: Alejandro Almanza, Constance Armellino, Williamson Brasfield, Ashley Carter, Donna Cleary, Christian Dietkus, Chris Domenick, Leah Dixon, Allison Kuo, Ryan Lauderdale, Chris Martino, Jennifer McDermott, Andrea McGinty, Irvin Morazan, Kenya Robinson, Jacob Williams Antithesis proposes a counterpoint to the academic thesis show, which has traditionally served as a right of passage into the esteemed arena […]

    • Heat, Chaos, Resistance at Radiator Arts

      Monday, 21 October 2013 16:57

      Featuring: Maximus Clarke, Peggy Cyphers, Stefan Eins, Alyssa E. Fanning, Nancy Goldring, Alexander Heir, Nick Kline, Mike McLean, Gary Petersen, James Siena, Michael Taussig, Lisa Walker Curated By: Alyssa E. Fanning Heat Chaos Resistance, It’s Time to Live in the Scattered Sun October 25 – November 15, 2013 Radiator Arts 10-61 Jackson Ave. Long Island […]

    • Richard Garrison at Robert Henry Contemporary

      Monday, 21 October 2013 16:47

      Repackaged is a continuation of Richard Garrison’s analysis of ubiquitous materials, objects and places from the suburban, often consumer related, American landscape, such as Sunday newspaper sale circulars, parking lot colors, product packaging, Disney World and Wal-mart, among others. Garrison’s recontextualization of aspects of consumer culture affords us a new perspective on commonplace objects, places […]

    • Kaoruko: Enn at Mike Weiss

      Monday, 21 October 2013 16:36

      Synthesizing a thorough understanding of Western modernism and traditional Japanese artistry, Kaoruko’s monumental paintings offer an unabashed glimpse of female figures behind closed doors – uninhibited, disrobed, and mid-gesture. Intermingling silkscreened kimono patterns, sumi calligraphy, rich acrylics, and graphite tracing, an eloquent portrait of hybrid identity emerges which unravels the intricate nature of human connection, […]

    • The Field is to the Sky, Only Backwards

      Monday, 21 October 2013 15:39

      The Field is to the Sky, Only Backwards, studies the intersections of subjects such as economic and social relations, space and architecture, image, material, sound, movement, migration and mobility, the included artists transgress disciplines. They realize forms of research and modes of practice that are coded within disciplines but also inhabit temporary spaces between them. The artists disclose […]

    • Scale at Life on Mars

      Monday, 7 October 2013 21:43

      For Life on Mars’ inaugural exhibition, work has been gathered from fourteen artists dealing with issues of scale – small and large works – extreme scale shifts. Some artists have been forced to make small works due to the rising cost of studios and the restrictions of storage, or simply because this particular scale just […]

    • Trí at J. Cacciola Gallery

      Monday, 7 October 2013 21:26

      Trí explores the differences and interconnections of 3 artists working in Ireland today. Tom Climent, Suzy O’Mullane and Marty Kelly are all highly respected figurative artists from Ireland. For the three artists their work emanates from the figure, whether they refer to the art historical markers or whether they use the figure to illustrate ideas, […]

    • BRIC Housewarming

      Monday, 7 October 2013 21:09

      This inaugural exhibition at BRIC House will act as a celebratory “housewarming” of the new gallery, as well as an exploration of notions of home from broad vantage points. The exhibition will feature the work of 12 Brooklyn-based artists who work in varied scale and with varied artistic media, exploring the idea of “home” as […]

    • Fluctuations at Recession Art

      Friday, 4 October 2013 20:35

      The Fluctuations portfolio highlights artists working directly with printmaking processes, and also artists working with print concepts. The consideration of producing multiples, and the processes investigated in doing so, make Fluctuations both an exercise in coproduction and experimentation. With the help of our guest jurors Kyle Simon and Jon Irving, Fluctuations was curated to give […]

    • Self-Similarity in Math, Nature & Art at Marymount Manhattan College

      Tuesday, 1 October 2013 21:07

      If you are the city this Thursday evening consider stopping by Marymount Manhattan College for the opening of the new exhibition, Self-Similarity in Math, Nature & Art at Marymount Manhattan College curated by Hallie Cohen and Sam Freeman. Featuring : Samwell Freeman, Susan Happersett, John Hiigli, Michelle Hinebrook, Caleb Nussear, Jascha Owens, Devin Powers, John Sims, Joan […]

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