November 20 2014 - January 8th, 2015
Opening reception November 20, from 6-8pm
A Brief Moment of Bygone Magic
42 sheets of instant film
23.5 x 25.5'
1 • Untitled • Ink Painting on Rice Paper • 9*23' • Cedric van Eenoo
2 • Untitled • Ink Painting on Rice Paper • 9*23' • Cedric van Eenoo
3 • Untitled • Ink Painting on Rice Paper • 9*23' • Cedric van Eenoo
Exhibition runs: November 3rd through November 28th
Opening Reception: November 8th, 2-4pm
Poetry Slam hosted by Jeff Wright, editor of Live Mag!: November 22nd, 2-4pm
The intention of Venn is to show through a selection of work, a core tenet of arts-appreciation: the artist’s “hand.”
I proposed the exhibition having found myself often describing and defending the ...
SOUTH STREET LOCAL ARTISTS, four independent New York City artists/designers, have made a home at 93 South Street, corner of Fulton, directly across from Pier 15. Open for only two weeks, you can find unique, customized, and exclusive items, including handcrafted jewelry, fine art, sunglasses, cards, ...
DEADLINE: OCTOBER 15, 2014
Crossing Art is looking for Artists & Designers who are interested in participating in Queens Crossing's 2014 Christmas Public Art Project! This is an annual project that brings art and holiday cheer to Flushing, Queens. If you have a large scale installation that you would like to see ...
Alexandra Pacula's first solo show at Gallery Henoch, Luminous Heights, will run October 2 - 25, 2014. An opening reception for the artist will be held Thursday, October 2, 6-8pm. The event is free and open to the public.
Polish-born, New York-based artist Alexandra Pacula (b. 1979) paints ...
Permanent Installation of tree paintings in lobby restaurant, 'Lincoln Center Kitchen,' Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, New York, NY http://www.merletemkin.com/
I consider myself experimental- conceptual artist .Where meaning is not absolute
but suggestive. I am drawing constantly .Sometimes the drawings are left in the sketchbook and other times they develop into more in-depth ideas and detailed images. I raise them in me. I may go to sleep with an ...
In these digital times, painting is a slow process and, commercially speaking, an awful choice of expressive medium. However, painting is the medium that has survived best over the years, and I cannot relinquish the aim of executing fine painting. One must have a hefty dose of ...
Prune Nourry, Terracotta Daughters
Opening Reception: September 10 from 7-9PM
On View: September 11 – October 4 at China Institute, 104 Washington Street
Parisian-born, Brooklyn based artist Prune Nourry brings her army of 116 daughters to NYC on Sept 10. She spent 1.5 years in China sculpting the life size daughters. The figures are ...