@Gallery will be on hiatus for a year from May 30 2013 until the summer 2014, during which time we will be expanding our resources in order to partner with sponsors and patrons to bring you bigger, more frequent events, broaden our roster and our services, and supply our artists and hosts with greater rewards. The @Gallery shop is being re-designed.
JAN / FEB GROUP SHOW VENUE: AlleyNYC 500 7th Ave, (at 37th Street), 17th Floor, NYC We are kicking off the new year with works by: Edie Nadlehaft Better Living Through Chemistry Vandal Expressionism (aka: Joseph Meloy) Explorations in post-graffiti. | © 2012 Joseph Meloy Eric Doeringer Bootlegs: appropriation art in cute little bites Hours: Monday-Friday, 8AM – 8PM Or make an appointment to visit the show with @Gallery curator, Cat Weaver. email@example.com ST@RT UP! is an on-going AlleyNYC / […]
Last year, on the night he was supposed to attend the opening reception of his show at Dorian Grey galleries, Angel Ortiz made press by getting arrested for tagging one too many times. He served time long enough (45days) to miss, also, the opening of Jeffrey Deitsch’s Art in the Streets exhibit which payed small homage to Ortiz’s collaborations with Kieth Haring. Soon after, when I interviewed him, he laughingly revealed that his dog was to blame. “Whenever he peed, […]
Categories: @GALLERY SHOW • Tags: @Gallery, @Gallery events, AlleyNYC, Angel Ortiz, art, art events, Cat Weaver, co-working, co-working space, grafitti, Jason Saltzman, Jeffrey Deitsch, Keith Haring, La Rock, LA2, street art, tech, technology
London artist, Super Future Kid, sent @Gallery her “Super Future Shark” to put in Hennessy Youngman‘s curatorial debut show, “It’s a Small Small World” at Family Business. And we are so very proud to see her sharkie featured on the Family Business Facebook page and ruling the waters above the door of the gallery. Opening night was a full on street party/clusterf*k, but Super Future Kid’s Shark swam serenely above it all next to the words “Rest Eyes Here.”
The white wall was perfect for the worship of art, for those generations that believed in art for art’s sake and who thought that art should be revered, beatified, and kept pure-and-separate from life.
Categories: DISPLAY/DISRUPT • Tags: 400 Broome Street, @Gallery, @GALLERY412, art criticism, art history, art show, art theory, Cat Weaver, color, commentary, DISPLAY/DISRUPT, essay, exhibit, Michelle Dent, philosophy, show, Sztuka Fabryka, theory, white