Cardinal Planes at the Korean Cultural Center
May
16
to Jul 6

Cardinal Planes at the Korean Cultural Center

 Carbonaton Collection: beach, resort & winter, monoprint collages, 2017

Carbonaton Collection: beach, resort & winter, monoprint collages, 2017

Korean Cultural Center
Cardinal Planes
Opening Reception: May 16th, 6-8p,m

on view until July 6th, 2018
460 Park Ave, 6th Fl, NYC

Gallery Korea of the Korean Cultural Center New York is pleased to announce Cardinal Planes - the first Call for Artists 2018 group exhibition of this year that showcases fourteen talented artists: Tae Eun Ahn, Alexis Avlamis, Namwon Choi, Valery Jung Estabrook, Alice Gaskon, Jisook Kim, June Kim, Christina Massey, Sidhi Rajesh Parikh, Avani Patel, Goeun Seo, Ritu Sinha, and Kazaan Viveiros.

Artists were selected by a panel of three art professionals based in New York; Ian Alteveer, Associate Curator of The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Iris Inhee Moon, Director of Free Art Zone International, Inc.; and Andrew Weinstein, Associate Professor of the Department of the History of Art, Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY.

Cardinal planes are hypothetical three dimensional coordinates used to describe the movements of the human body. Three imaginary planes: the frontal plane, sagittal plane and horizontal plane, are axised in the center of the body in order to find out where structures are located and to understand the relation of gestures and how they are connected. 

In this exhibition, rather than using the term in the anatomical sense, “cardinal planes”  are used for psychological self-examination as humans living in the contemporary world. In today’s society, individuals are no longer categorized or limited to certain roles. If there were any limitations in actions that we could take in the past, no longer are we restricted today. With the infinite potential of the cardinal planes, innumerable postures, stances, and directions can be made via the coordinates. Though the chances of inner conflict or even confusion may rise, we have gained more freedom now than ever in choosing who we would like to be. 

In Cardinal Planes, the artist metaphorically gestures in different poses to express themselves in today’s world. We have grouped the artists using symbolic cardinal planes by the way that their works describe the various human conditions in current society. All together, they illustrate the range of diversity and potential in the dynamic contemporary art world.

 

About the Artists

Living and working in London and Seoul, Tae Eun Ahn is a Korean visual artist who uses the body and its movement as a core medium in her works. Ahn studied Sculpture at Rhode Island School of Design (BFA) and the Royal College of Art (MA). Exploring the phenomenological body and its movement as tools to seek meaning in one’s existence, her process-oriented work mainly takes form as performance, video, and installation pieces. Her works have been featured in international exhibitions including Charlie Smith London and Camden Art Centre in London; Palazzon Ca’ Zanardi in Venice; and Segyo Experimental Art Centre in South Korea. In 2017, Ahn won the Anthology Award 2017 and the Khojaly Peace Prize. 

Alexis Avlamis lives and works between Athens and London. Avlamis is a painter who is influenced by Surrealist Automatism. Juried shows and competitions include: the Stencil Art Prize, Australia; the Day Dreamers, Bg Gallery, California; the Bloom Award, Shortlisted, Cologne; the Artist Statement, CICA Museum, Korea; the Anthology, Charlie Smith London, UK; the Mamut Art Project, Istanbul; the IEAA Award Laureates, Dubai, Brussels; the Dave Bown Projects, New York; the Heart Revive, Sunshine Museum. Beijing; the Drawing Center Viewing Program, New York, and several others. He has attended residencies in China, USA, and Finland, has been published and interviewed internationally; Avlamis’s works can be found in private and museum collections. 

Namwon Choi creates drawings, paintings of highway on canvas paper and used tires as a means of portraying her life in transition. Choi is an artist and educator based in Savannah, GA. Choi has an MFA in Drawing and Painting from Georgia State University and an MFA in Oriental Painting from Hongik University of Seoul, Korea. She has been an artist in residence at VCCA, Hambidge, and MASS MoCA studios. Her most recent solo exhibitions were at the Artist Homes Gallery in Berlin and Stanley Beaman & Sears Gallery in Atlanta, GA. Currently, she is a professor of Foundation Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design.

Valery Jung Estabrook questions the human tendency to categorize other human beings, either by race, culture, or gender, and how we transcend these identities. She has BA in Visual Arts from Brown University and MFA in Painting and Drawing from Brooklyn College, New York.  Her works have been shown in numerous international art exhibitions and art events including the Los Angeles Underground Film Forum , California; Bideodromo Video Festival, Bilbao, Spain; CHANNELS Biennial Video Art Festival , Melbourne, Australia; SPRING/BREAK Art Show , New York, NY; and A.I.R. Gallery , Brooklyn, NY. 

Alice Gaskon focuses on dividing lines, such as political borders and social barriers in her works. Gaskon received her MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and is a graduate from Architecture (WSEiZ). She lives and works in New York. She received grants and residencies from StartPoint Prize, Saatchi Screen Project, NYFA, ArtSlant, Wprost, and the Ministry of Culture. Gaskon has been exhibited widely in numerous solo and group shows in Europe and North America, including Balzer Projects in Basel, Switzerland, Solo Positions in Berlin,Germany, Le Guern in Warsaw, Poland, Ledygel Institute in Hungary, Noyes Art Museum- NJ, Chashama, the Times Square Alliance, US, Artissima, Italy, Viennafair, Austria, and the Saatchi Screen Project, United Kingdom. 

Jisook Kim expresses her inner world as sculptural installations as well as drawings using marbling patterns. She was born in Incheon, Korea and works and lives in New York City. She received a BFA and a MFA in sculpture from SungShin Women's University in Seoul, Korea. Her sculptures, drawing, and installations has been exhibited extensively in Korea and in the United States. Several of the examples are Built Emotions at Gallery Sensei, New York; Emotions at Nabi Museum, New Jersey; Hello My Friends at Alternative Space Noon, Korea; the 10th Annual Governors Island Art Fair, New York; Affordable Art Fair, New York; and the 4th Community Art Project at Flushing Town Hall, Queens, NY. She is also the winner of the 39th Incheon Art Contest, Korea. 

June Kim creates red thread sculptures to visualize her internal conception on invisible human connections. She was born and raised in South Korea and currently works in Los Angeles after she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at the Art Center College of Design. Kim participated in various numbers of art exhibitions in California including the Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine; H Gallery, Ventura; Tag Gallery, Santa Monica, and Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica. Her work was chosen for Art Basel in Miami 2012 and the California Open Exhibition 2013. Her work, “Intersection,” won a solo show in 2017 at 825 gallery. She has been a member of the Los Angeles Art Association for 5 years.

To Youngmi Kim, the act of sewing is a meditative process of finding herself. She uses needle,  thread, and recycled fabrics to visualize and express this procedure. Kim currently lives and works in New York. She has studied Interior Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology, and Sculpture and Mixed Media from the National Academy of Fine Art in New York. Kim is a budding artist who was selected to be included in The Creative Mischief exhibitions at the National Academy of Fine Arts, curated by Maurizio Pellegrin. For her outstanding achievements during her program at the National Academy of Fine Arts, Kim was awarded the Ralph Fabri scholarship along with many others. 

Christina Massey’s enigmatic abstract monoprints are greatly influenced by nature. Massey’s work has been exhibited extensively in the NY metropolitan area and abroad in cities such as London, Toronto and Tokyo. She has won multiple awards for her work including most recently the SIP Fellowship at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Puffin Foundation Grant, and Merit Scholarship at Urban Glass. Massey’s work can be found in multiple private and public collections including the Janet Turner Print Museum and Credit Suisse. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Sidhi Rajesh Parikh uses slum visuals in Dharavi, India to highlight not only the design aspect of the areas but also to contain and understand the urban landscape. Parikh currently works in Mumbai has earned a BFA in Painting from the University of Nashik, Mumbai and a Masters in Art History & Aesthetics from Maharaja Sayajirao University, Gujarat. Parikh has participated in numbers of art shows organized by acclaimed art galleries in India such as CIMA Art Gallery, Kolkata; Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai; and Durbar Hall Art Gallery, Cochin. She was awarded a “Special Honorable Award” at the Art Maestro in 2017, and “Women Artist Award” by Prafulla Dahanukar Foundation for the Mumbai zone in Painting, Mumbai in 2017. 

Born in Mumbai, India and currently working and living in New York, Avani Patel creates paintings based on Indian music and performance to invite the viewers to experience a universe of color and pattern in motion. Patel holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MFA from Temple University. Her paintings have been exhibited in New York, Providence, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Chicago, Dubai, Panama, and Mexico.  Avani was invited in 2005 by the American Embassy in Panama to hold workshops in schools and art centers, creating collaborative installations about everyday objects one’s personal life. In 2007, she taught artists living with mental illnesses. Most recently, Avani worked on the public project America’s Chinatown Voices at Columbus Park in New York City, organized by the Asian American Art Center in 2008 and 2009. 

Goeun Seo is a multidisciplinary designer and artist based in New York City. Her fairy-tale-like paintings intend to provoke childhood memories and dreams that were kept dormant for a long time.  She attended the School of Visual Arts to earn her master’s degree in Design. Likewise, she has had more than 25 years of fine arts experience. She has won a number of awards in fine arts and design ranging from national to international. Her works were shown in numerous galleries located in Seoul and New York such as ILWOO SPACE, Seoul; Cloud Gallery, New York; Asian Students and Young Artists Art Festival, Seoul; and SPACEWOMb Gallery, New York.

Through her paintings, Ritu Sinha talks about her personal dark stories, but treats them as something to overcome and to communicate with other people. Sinha has mastered in Painting from Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan. Sinha moved to Delhi in 2002 and was trained in fresco painting,s but continuously worked on experimenting with different materials. Sinha has participated in numerous group exhibitions and art events held in India including All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society, New Delhi; State Art Gallery, Hyderabad; and Artscape, Punjab. For her outstanding works, she won the Kalanand Art Award from Prafulla Dahanukar Art Foundation in 2016, and the Glenfiddich AIR Emerging Artist of the Year Award, organized by BestCollegeArt in 2015.

Kazaan Viveiros who lives and works in Frenchtown, NJ uses heads of threatened or endangered animals in her paintings as focal points in addressing ideas of value and loss in contemporary society. After earning an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, she began exhibiting work in exhibitions in the US and Europe, having solo shows in cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Rome, Italy. Her paintings have been collected by corporations like eBay and Capital One, as well as by individuals such as Wal-Mart’s Rob Walton and novelist Danielle Steel. Five of Viveiros’s paintings are permanently installed in the U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She became a fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts in 2015.

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Line of Vision at the In-Case Projects
Jun
1
to Jul 1

Line of Vision at the In-Case Projects

 Carbonaton Collection: Storm, monoprint collage, linocut, collagraph, silk screen, chine colle, 22x30, 2017

Carbonaton Collection: Storm, monoprint collage, linocut, collagraph, silk screen, chine colle, 22x30, 2017

Line Of Vision

Curated by: Jaynie Crimmins and Etty Yaniv

Opening Reception:  Friday, June 1st, 7 - 9:30pm

In-Case Art Projects (the Brooklyn Fireproof Building)

119 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn, 11237

In-Case Art Projects at the Brooklyn Fireproof Building brings together sixteen NYC based artists to inhabit the display cases on site with cohesive installations. Alex Sewell, Andrew Cornell Robinson, Yvette Molina, Thibaut Dapoigny, Christina Massey, Elise P. Church, Joseph Meloy, Kyle Gallup, Melissa Dadourian, Merav Ezer, Rosaire Appel, Arnie Lee, Jeanne Tremel, Audrey Stone, and Sylvia Schwartz were each invited to create an installation in a designated display case; and Annesta Le was invited to create a light installation on site. Running the gamut from abstraction to narrative, minimal to expressionist, drawing to assemblage - the artists in this show utilize to varying degrees linear forms as an impetus for their work.

 

Alex Sewell's paintings and drawings are informed by his personal narrative, while reflecting the culture and customs of his youth. His use of semiotics and direct compositions prompts the viewer to inspect and feel an association with the subjects presented which appear as interstitial totems of a larger story.  Andrew Cornell Robinson’s drawing with collage “Hand Hold” derives from a series of figure drawings in public spaces, mostly while riding the subways on a daily basis. His visual taxonomy has evolved over time into a language of line, memory or narrative. Yvette Molina depicts a new pantheon of gods and superheroes. Coywolf- headed Psychopomp is a new deity born of three fathers: Egyptian god Anubis, Christian saint Christopher, and Native American trickster god Coyote - altogether reflecting on how we define, sort, and value life. Thibaut Dapoigny indulges in great linear details with a limited regard for space. He found the perfect subject for such formal choices to be the rhinoceros - an animal for which space is something to dominate, not recede from.

Christina Massey’s “Carbonation Collection” draws influences from textiles and botany. In a play on words she links Climate Change with the fashion industries reliance on changes of seasons, and how there is a shift and drifting away from what is slowly becoming vintage descriptions. Elise P. Church utilizes images from a stack of 1960’s snapshots as source material for the series “Shadow Boxes.” The intimate space in these lace-like, three by three inch squares hint at an era with a trace of familiarity, like the map of a memory. Joseph Meloy works in a style he calls “Vandal Expressionism,” a post-graffiti abstraction fusing primal elements of street art with AbEx, Art Brut, surrealism, and cave painting. Unencumbered by distinctions between the abstract and the figurative, his imagery is otherworldly yet distinctly urban. Kyle Gallup’s drawings are like a road map to the final image – the transparent lines in her landscapes guide us through space, shadow, and light.

Melissa Dadourian combines in her two dimensional fabric installation “Big Panties” elements of beauty, decoration, and humor through soft geometric shapes – highlighting the female body as an agent for empowerment. Merav Ezer made one image a day throughout a year - resulting in three hundred sixty five drawings.  Each image in “Daily Homes” is made of tape, folded to form a continuous line without any cuts. The abstract, rational and emotional merge into one quick sketch along the lines of surrealist automatic drawings. Rosaire Appel’s digital drawings “Three Territorials” allude to active areas of change, or maps relating to ownership - but of what and by whom? Arnie Lee explores in his abstract images the fantasies between himself and issues that reveal the fear in the modern world - a catalyst to reinterpret collective memories of savage events.

The use of line has been important to Jeanne Tremel’s work as layered gestures that make space, thinking  about the speed of making the line as an expression - whether painting, shaping or sewing. Audrey Stone explores line and color through drawing, sewing, and painting, creating shifts with coloration, material, and composition that interrupt the over all. In “Gradient Crush,” the parallel linear pattern is disrupted by having the oversized material fold and bend to fit the case structure. Sylvia Schwartz is intrigued by a line fluctuating between form and empty space, two edges colliding to suggest line. Annesta Le bends and sculpts neon glass to form gestural abstractions which are characterized by the use of strong, bold, and expressive lines in a subtle color palette.

 

Jaynie Crimmins and Etty Yaniv, the show curators, are both artists based in Brooklyn. They have collaborated on numerous curatorial projects, including a revival of this unique space at the Fireproof building a year ago (launching it as “In Case Art Projects”). Jaynie Crimmins is a visual artist and curator. Her work has been exhibited in the NYC metropolitan area, the Southeast and is currently in a solo show at the Rockland Center for the Arts.  Etty Yaniv is an installation artist, art writer, and curator. She has curated multiple group shows in the tri state area and has recently started her own fine arts blog, Art Spiel www.artspiel.org

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/123171928543689/

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Opposites Attract at The Adler Gallery
Jan
3
to Jan 31

Opposites Attract at The Adler Gallery

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January 3rd to 31st, 2018

The Adler Gallery at The Port Washington Public Library

Solo Exhibition - Christina Massey

One Library Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050

Gallery Hours:

Monday 9am - 9pm

Tuesday 9am - 9pm

Wednesday 11am - 9pm

Thursday 9am - 9pm

Friday 9am - 9pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday 1pm - 5pm

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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Intertwined
Dec
14
to Jan 6

Intertwined

At ChaShaMa, 470 Vanderbilt Ave (corner of Atlantic Ave) Brooklyn, NY

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December 14th – January 5th 2018

Opening Reception: Dec. 14th, 6-8pm

Closing Reception: Jan. 5th, 6-8pm

Curated by Christina Massey and Charlotte Mouquin

Artists Include:  Charlotte Becket, Julia von Eichel, Adebunmi Gbadebo, Luiza Kurzyna, Sara Jimenez, Alexandra Limpert, Tomo Mori, Sui Park, Lina Puerta, Kate Rusek, Armita Raafat, and Victoria-Idongesit Udondian

Intertwined is a group exhibition of twelve female artists working in sculpture and installation happening in the 7,000 sq foot space operated by Chashama as an alternative art venue in downtown Brooklyn. Curated by Christina Massey and Charlotte Mouquin, this exhibition brings together artists that represent the interwoven tapestries of art and life.  
 
Each artist utilizes unique materials in individual ways igniting a sense of discovery and intrigue as one realizes the process, materials and individual methods of each individual artist and finding the connective thread from one piece to the other. 
 
Steel kinetic figures by Alexandra Limpert and the adorned ball gowns and headdresses of Victoria-Idongesit Udondian greet the visitors.  Floating installations of zip ties by Sui Park suspend as thought bubbles or clouds sweeping by. A new work of found materials and fabric by Sara Jimenez drapes the space. The works by
Adebunmi Gbadebo are made of hair as a large work suspends slightly above the ground and organic forms adorn the wall. 
 
A huge kinetic sea of black by Charlotte Becket sways and ripples within the space complimenting the large-scale works of Kate Rusek. White abstract forms by Julia von Eichel show the abstraction of form, object and material. Net like traps and rope forms suspend in space by Tomo Mori. The installation of Armita Raafat explores the architecture of space and the dialogue of wall and floor. Lina Puerta brings us back to nature with the biological form packed and ready for travel. The interactive cuddle monster of Luiza Kurzyna reminds us all of the love and comfort that connects us as human. 
 
 
Intertwined is a multi-sensory exhibition. There is no standard geometry but everything resonates with its organic forms, connecting the floor wall and freefloating space, the life force of art is intertwined within the everyday experience in downtown Brooklyn. 
 
The opening Reception will be Thursday December 14th 6-8pm and there will be a closing reception Friday January 5th 6-8pm.  
 
For inquiries please contact: info@cmasseyart.com or charvozstudio@gmail.com
 
Gallery Hours:  Monday 12-8pm Thursday 1-7pm Friday 12-8pm Saturday 12-4pm Sunday 12-4pm
 
Closed Dec 23rd - Dec 26th for the Holidays Closed Jan 1st for New Year's Day
 
 For more information: http://www.chashama.org/event/intertwined

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Taking Shape at the NU Hotel & Gowanus Open Studios
Sep
13
to Dec 13

Taking Shape at the NU Hotel & Gowanus Open Studios

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NU Hotel Brooklyn and Welancora Gallery are pleased to present Taking Shape, the second edition in their collaboration of quarterly art exhibitions with art exclusively by Brooklyn artists.  Featuring works by Chanel Kennebrew and Christina Massey, Taking Shape is on view in the lobby of NU Hotel Brooklyn until December 13, 2017.  An opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 85 Smith Street in Downtown Brooklyn from 6 -9 pm. 

This exhibition focuses on the unconventional materials that these artists utilize in their practice and how the work is significantly impacted by their life experiences.  Massey creates complex sculptural paintings from simple materials such as wire, mesh, beer cans and paper.  Massey's work is driven by her sensitivity to materials, form, texture and shape.  Kennebrew creates assemblages of toys from the sixties and seventies to reveal possibilities and narratives that are often overlooked or not widely accepted.  

About NU Hotel Brooklyn:

NU Hotel Brooklyn is an environmentally conscious lifestyle hotel located at the intersection of Downtown Brooklyn, Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens.  

GOWANUS OPEN STUDIOS

The exhibition will be a part of the Gowanus Open Studios 2017 on October 21st and 22nd, 12-6pm. For more infor, please go here: http://www.agdir.org/artist/artist.php?id=494&ret=3

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Two-Person Show at the Roxbury Arts Center
Jul
22
to Sep 9

Two-Person Show at the Roxbury Arts Center

 

July 22nd - September 9th, 2017

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 22, 4:00 – 6:00 PM

 

In the Walt Meade Gallery
Of the Roxbury Arts Center

Interwoven
Works by Irja Boden and Christina Massey

5025 Vega Mountain Road
Roxbury, NY
607.326.7908

The Roxbury Arts Center is home to Hilt Kelly Hall, the Walt Meade Gallery, and the Roxbury Arts Group Administrative Office. Formally a YMCA, the Roxbury Arts Center pair small-town historic charm with a state-of-the-art flexible performance space that can accommodate up to 200 audience members.


This event is free and open to the Community

 

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Jun
2
to Jun 17

Bigger, Bolder, Better

BIGGER, BOLDER, BETTER

A GROUP ART EXHIBITION WITH CHASHAMA

CURATED BY JAYNIE CRIMMINS, CHRISTINA MASSEY & ETTY YANIV


470 VANDERBILT AVE, BROOKLYN, NY 11238

 

May 30th - June 17th

Opening Reception Friday, June 2nd, 6-8pm


Hours: Thurs – Sun, 10-6 and by appointment

Featuring Artists:

Nancy Baker: http://www.nancysbaker.com/

Lorrie Fredette: http://www.lorriefredette.com/site-specific.html

Dana Kane: https://www.danakane.com/

Niki Lederer: http://nikilederer.com/

Susan Luss: http://www.susanluss.com/

Ellie Murphy: http://ellie-murphy.com/

Mia Pearlman: http://miapearlman.com/

Jaanika Peerna: https://www.jaanikapeerna.net/

Elizabeth Riley: http://elizabethrileyprojects.com/

Alyse Rosner: http://alyserosner.com/

Carol Salmanson: https://www.carolsalmanson.com/

Suzan Shutan: http://www.suzanshutan.com/

Jennifer Wroblewski: https://www.jenniferwroblewski.com/

Jaynie Crimmins: http://www.jayniecrimmins.com/

Christina Massey: http://www.cmasseyart.com/

Etty Yaniv: http://www.ettyyanivstudio.com/

Inspired by the Women's March last January where women gathered in record numbers, the strength in numbers motto is a subtle premise behind “BIGGER, BOLDER, BETTER”. The three curators bring together fifteen women artists whose work utilize fragmentation, repetition, distinct use of daily materials, and labor intensive processes. These artists create site specific installations, overall activating 470 Vanderbilt’s large space with unexpected interventions. Fully visible from Atlantic and Vanderbilt Avenues in downtown Brooklyn, the exhibition is placed at the intersection between the street and the interior, the public and the personal. The evocative location, along with the accumulative interventions in the space by this roster of fifteen artists, creates a show that in itself forms a manifestation of support and strength, a site where these women gather to actualize their work individually and that altogether gets bigger, bolder and better.

Curators Jaynie Crimmins, Etty Yaniv and Christina Massey have a history of creating exhibitions that revolve around and support female artists. In collaborating together their own shared connection in aesthetic, quality, depth and meaning they brought together this exhibition in just two weeks’ time. In what is essentially a 7000 sq/ft pop-up space provided by the non-profit Chashama, this exhibition is a unique opportunity to showcase and highlight some of New York’s most exciting female artists.

 

Additional information about Chashama can be found at www.chashama.org

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96.8 Miles: Brooklyn Meets Saugerties at Emerge Gallery & Art Space
Oct
7
to Oct 31

96.8 Miles: Brooklyn Meets Saugerties at Emerge Gallery & Art Space

The village of Saugerties is quickly becoming a destination point for those visiting from Brooklyn. "96.8 Miles" is a group exhibition of artist from Brooklyn. 

October 7th - October 31st

Opening Reception: October 7th 5-9pm as a part of Saugerties' First Friday.

Emerge Gallery & Art Space

228 Main Street, Saugerties, NY 12477

www.emergegalleryny.com

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Celeste Prize 2016
Oct
7
to Oct 9

Celeste Prize 2016

I am happy to announce that I am a finalist in the Celeste Prize 2016 in London. 

Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf

Bargehouse Street, South Bank

London SE1 9PH

5PM - Chief Curator Ellen Blumenstein leads a discussion of the role of art prizes

Oct 7th - 11am - 8:30pm, October 8th & 9th - 11am - 6pm

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Reformed & Re-imagined at Brooklyn Arts Cluster
Oct
6
to Oct 28

Reformed & Re-imagined at Brooklyn Arts Cluster

A three person show with Christina Massey, Jaynie Crimmins and Elise P. Church featuring works made while at the Soaring Gardens Artists Retreat. 

October 6th - 29th, 2016

Opening Reception: October 6th, 6-8pm

The exhibition will be up and a part of the Gowanus Open Studios: October 15th & 16th

Brooklyn Art Cluster / The Cluster Gallery

200 6th Street 3E, Brooklyn, NY 11215

 

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Plus ça Change group show at St. Joseph's College
Sep
15
to Oct 28

Plus ça Change group show at St. Joseph's College

Sept. 12 - Oct. 28, 2016

Opening reception:Thursday, Sept. 15, 5:30-8 p.m.

Community gallery talk:Thursday, Sept. 29, 1 p.m.

Artist talk and dessert: Saturday, Oct. 15, 3 p.m.

Gallery hours: Wednesday, 6-8 p.m. and Saturday 1-3 p.m.

St. Joseph's College

Alumni room gallery, Tuohy Hall

245 Clinton Avenue between DeKalb and Willoughby Avenues

Brooklyn, NY

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