Announced: “Life Lines” Abstract Geometry by Woman @ Gowanus Print Lab


Brooklyn, New York— The Gowanus Print Lab hosts a multi-media group exhibition with
works by Raquel Shalam, Jessie Laura, Nicole Cohen and Senem Oezdogan. Through collage,
printmaking, painting, photography and textile arts, these female artists respond to the daily onslaught on visual images and preconceptions by stepping out and back through abstraction. With their work, the artists construct an alternative means of viewing that plays at the intersections and contrasts of lines, shapes, compositions, colors, and contexts. This space invites viewers to slow down and turn away from the mayhem.

“Life/Lines” will run through February 11th, 2018. The artists will be present at the opening
reception: January 11th, 2018 at 7pm at the Gowanus Print Lab. 54 2nd Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215.

Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday 10 a.m.– 7:00 p.m. and by appointment.
For additional information please contact Gowanus Print Lab: +1 (718) 788 3930.

Raquel Shalam: Multi-media artist, specializing in photography and abstract painting. She is pursuing a degree in exhibition design and curatorial studies at the New School. Through her work, she finds meaningful ways to encounter the everyday.

Jessie Laura: Mixed media artist and art director, specializes in analog collages in which she explores the workings of the mind. A member of the Brooklyn Collage Collective, she currently lives and works in NY.

Nicole Cohen: Abstract artist, photographer and interior designer based in NY.

Senem Oezdogan: Abstract painter and a fiber artist whose work balances the functionality of an image with the aesthetic value that it can bring to the viewer. Based in Brooklyn, NY.

Gowanus Print Lab

54 2nd Ave

​Brooklyn, NY 11215


Author: c_priority

artist / curator / slap tagger @ GSWW ~ Principal @ ladderandkey

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