Opposites Attract at The Adler Gallery
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


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to Jan 6


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
to Dec 13

Taking Shape at the NU Hotel & Gowanus Open Studios


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.  


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
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

Works by Irja Boden and Christina Massey

5025 Vega Mountain Road
Roxbury, NY

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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to Jun 17

Bigger, Bolder, Better






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
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


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Celeste Prize 2016
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
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
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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