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.
Using EFA Project Space’s exhibition, Near & Dear, as a starting point, Glenn Adamson and Sheila Pepe discuss the amorous connections artists make with signifying materials and objects.
“THE ECSTASY OF FORBIDDEN DAYLIGHT” is an immersive multi media experience involving sculpture, photography, painting, sound and film which explores the pull of magic lifting the veil between our world and the spirit realm.
The group exhibition blurs the boundaries between fantasy and reality through a survey of the works of twelve artists.
56 Henry is proud to present “Pizza Connection”, a selection of new work by the Palermo-based collaborative duo, Laboratorio Saccardi. Comprising three small works on canvas and one cut out…
The Self on the Shelf features artists who distance themselves from their work by negating the direct touch, instead emphasizing in their processes the unbridgeable distance between themselves and their works.
The Untitled Space gallery is pleased to present exhibition, UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN, curated by Indira Cesarine, featuring the work of 80 female contemporary artists responding to the current social and political climate in America in light of the recent presidential election.
“True Cuts” refers to the most vulnerable parts of us, the places where our insides creep out through the skin. The cut, or wound, has long been an important image in Grace’s work both for its immediate visual impact and its metaphoric possibilities…