February, 2013

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Slippery When Wet at Sugar

image-5072  Slippery When Wet

02.23.13 – 03.30.13
Opening reception: Feb. 23, 5-7.

Liv Mette Larsen, Floor series paired with
Gwendolyn C. Skaggs, Slip Casting series

Though abstracted from her real life, Liv’s egg tempera renderings of patterns found in her studio floor are not abstract paintings, rather they [...]

Artist Profile: Karin Batten


Karin Batten
Artist Statement

Each of my paintings tell a story, a continuous life long poem. The paintings explore the depth of my feelings. Painting is intuitive, I improvise and play on canvas creating abstract forms. Collage materials follow suit until I am guided by the work itself, bringing the paintings to life. My [...]

440 Gallery Presents Another Landscape Show, curated by Peter Gynd


Another Landscape Show, curated by Peter Gynd

February 21 to March 31, 2013

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 21, 6:00-9:00 PM

Artist Talk: Sunday, March 17, 4:40 PM

Presenting new works by Jennifer Williams and Jason Varone, Another Landscape Show features work operating outside the canon of the traditional landscape. Working with [...]

DON’T MAKE ME count to three! by Nathan Vincent at Mighty Tanaka


Mighty Tanaka presents:

DON’T MAKE ME count to three!

A solo installation by Nathan Vincent

Power structures exist all around us and influence every level of society. Because of this, roles have been established and appointed, creating a modern caste system which envelopes the culture in which we live. As an [...]

Artist Profile: Jay Miriam and Zev


Jay Miriam and Zev have been collaborating since 2008.

Our work explores the relationship between new class identities and life as performance.
With influences as diverse as Kierkegaard and John Lennon, new tensions are crafted from both mundane and transcendent discourse.

Ever since we were postgraduates we have been fascinated by the unrelenting divergence [...]

The Glory of Brooklyn: An Artistic and Literary Evening at the Carroll Gardens Library


Transcendent photographs. Evocative essays. Haunting watercolor paintings. No matter the medium, the sentiment of respect clearly shines through in the art and writings of a talented trio – Thomas Rupolo; Joan Marans Dim; and Antonio Masi, who will present their works in an entertaining evening at the Carroll Gardens [...]

Artist Profile: Rhia Hurt


These collages are comprised of acrylic paint on paper and archival digital photographs that depict the natural environment of the remote northern coast of California where I grew up, as well as industrial cities where I’ve lived, Oakland, CA and Brooklyn, NY. I make painted surfaces using brushes, my fingers, and by pouring and shifting [...]

Artist Profile: Suejin Jo


Tidal Port Orange Tide

Deceptive Blue Tide

Four Waters

Pink Tide into Foggy River

Raining Pink

All aspects of water interest me. Growing up on the banks of Han River and spending summers [...]