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Exhibit: Crossing Disciplines: Books at Pratt Institute

CROSSING DISCIPLINES: BOOKS The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute Opening Reception: February 8, 4-6pm On View: February 9 - March 9, 2010, The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery Chemistry 1st floor 200 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11205 www.pratt.edu/exhibitions

Call for Artists: Irrational Exuberance

Call for Artists: Irrational Exuberance Recession Art is taking submissions in all media for our next exhibit to be held at the Invisible Dog in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, from April 30-May 8, 2011. 'Irrational Exuberance' will explore seemingly rational systems of mass belief or delusion, and their ...

Fathom+Hatch presents: Subject to Change: New York artists explore a culture in flux

Fathom+Hatch presents: Subject to Change: New York artists explore a culture in flux February 11—March 18th. OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, February 11, 6-10pm @ Fathom+Hatch Offices – SoHo, New York 287 Spring St, Ground Floor | New York, NY 10013 SUBJECT TO CHANGE invites a collection of New York artists to investigate the mercurial nature of contemporary ...

Meredith Hoffheins

image-1556 Statement Meredith Hoffheins’ meandering hands create imaginative and lyrical works on paper that intuitively portray a desire for the unattainable. Her works can be spare and visionary, or abundant with internal information. Website http://reseda.tumblr.com/ Current Exhibit http://extensionsofmemory.tumblr.com/

Elena Yamamoto

image-1551 Statement Elena Yamamoto’s works are thoughts bound up in sources, process, and materials: photos made from negatives that my father took when he was just a few years older than myself; the sun-soaked cyanotype prints with their natural, distinctive, and seductive blue; silk in its softness, its ...

Lindsay Kolk

image-1546 Statement Whether printed on the page, manifest in continuously looped forms, or carefully arranged structures Lindsay Kolk quietly meditates on the repeated mark. At once familiar and consistent, these marks are intuitively and carefully manipulated, obscured, even destroyed; efforts that intrinsically assign value even to that which appears as a ...

SITE Fest Call for Artists

SITE Fest is a two-day interdisciplinary event highlighting the diversity of performance in Bushwick.  Encompassing and blending a variety of forms including theater, dance and music, SITE investigates our neighborhood as an unfolding collaborative performance enacted in urban space.You don't have to live or work ...

Triple Canopy Launches Tenth Issue

Triple Canopy collaborates with artists and writers to create innovative, Web-based projects and recently launched “And Yet It Moves,” their tenth issue, featuring works by Nancy Spero, Matt Mullican, and Eve Sussman, among others. Planetarium, by Matt Mullican Mullican collaborated with artist and programmer Patrick Smith to create “Planetarium,” a navigable scale model ...