Thursday, July 18, 2019

Love Your Poetery? Register for Saturday, 20th July, 2019 | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Register, Found Poetry: Reclaiming Languages and Redefining Material

Found Poetry:
Reclaiming Languages and Redefining Material

Saturday, 20th July, 2019 | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

TARQ and The Poetry Club are delighted to announce a poetry writing workshop that ties with the gallery's ongoing exhibition ‘Osmosis’.


Name: Found Poetry: Reclaiming Language and Redefining Material
Date: Saturday, 20th July, 2019
Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Age group: Open to All
Registration fee: Rs 750 (All Inclusive)

Capacity: 20 Participants 

In this workshop, participants will explore the works in the gallery through a guided tour and reflect on the idea of Osmosis and its interconnections with poetry practice.

With new poems and old, alongside the exhibit, participants will navigate the ideas of movement and migration, life and death, belonging and unbelonging, and the way these constantly shape our multi-faceted identities and cultures. While exploring these themes, participants will learn the important elements that make a good poem and be guided to attempt their own. 
Participants will also learn about redefining materials and re-purposing found objects by working to create “found” poems.

July 25th 2019, Katie Merz Brings the Famous Murals to Planthouse House Art Gallery

Exclusive Invite: Katie Merz Brings the Famous Murals to Planthouse House Art Gallery
New York Times Calls Her the Muralist Behind the Masterpieces of New York Architect - Meet the Iconic Artist
Learn more about Planthouse: Here
Photos of Exhibit: Here
Event Details:
July 25, 2019
55 W 28th St, New York, NY 10001
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

About Planthouse Art Gallery:

Founded in 2013 by Katie Michel, Planthouse Gallery is a project space located on 28th street in New York City. Planthouse took its namesake from its original home located on the storied block between Sixth and Seventh Avenues that represents the vibrant center of city’s flower district. In 2015, the gallery relocated nearby, to 55 West 28th Street, trading in tulips and trees for the wholesale shops that now populate Tin Pan Alley, the strip between Fifth and Sixth Avenues which historically housed the city’s musicians, shops, and musical publishers in the early twentieth century. Planthouse is located on the parlor floor of a brownstone dating back to this period, and we hope the (colorful) ghosts of the past will continue to inspire our future and our commitment to exhibiting and publishing the contemporary work of emerging and established artists.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Morgan Lehman Gallery, Looks like Fun to me.! Extended through Friday July 26th

Woven Walls

Paolo Arao
Carly Glovinski
Crystal Gregory
Elana Herzog
Tamara Kostianovsky

Click here to read the recent press for Woven Walls in Hyperallergic.

Exhibition extended through Friday, July 26

Summer hours:
Tuesday - Friday
11 - 6

Click here to see more works in the exhibition.

Morgan Lehman Gallery, 526 West 26th Street, Suite 419, New York, NY 10001

The Shed Check out the Summer Exhibitions.

Summer Exhibitions and Open Call Commissioning Program for NYC-Based Emerging Artists Continue Through August 25; Cinta Amarilla, a New Documentary Film About Beatriz González, Begins Screening July 31

Beatriz Gonzáles, Auras Anonimas (2009). Photo: Laura Jimenez. Courtesy the artist and Casas Riegner.
Admission is free for these programs unless otherwise noted.
This summer, The Shed is presenting three distinct yet interrelated new commissions in an exhibition that explores social and cultural confrontations and alliances. From July 31 through August 25, Beatriz Gonzáles joins artists Tony Cokes and Oscar Murillo as the third commission in the exhibition as the subject of a new 20-minute documentary film, Cinta Amarilla, directed by Yanina Valdivieso and Vanessa Bergonzoli
Cinta Amarilla:
Gonzalez’s monumental public work Auras Anonimas (2009),  an installation of 8,957 tombstones in Bogotá’s Central Cemetery in tribute to those that died due to armed conflict in Colombia’s civil war, is the central focus of the film. Sourcing imagery from newspapers and other media, González created silhouettes of soldiers carrying bodies in sheets and makeshift hammocks, which were then painted on mausoleums. This important memorial to the victims of violence is under threat of being demolished by Bogotá’s city administration. Creating a “counter-monument” through public art, González explores the meaning of memory,  memorials, and mourning. Cinta Amarilla, produced by Display None and co-produced by Catalina Casas, will screen daily (except Mondays) through August 25.
Tony Cokes’s two new, immersive works form a diptych titled Before and After the Studio (2019). These videos, projected onto large LED screens, investigate the historic and contemporary role artists' studios play in shaping artworks and creating communities, with a focus on the architecture of the studio and its social role, as well as wider themes of urban development in New York City.   
Two new series of large-scale abstract paintings by Oscar Murrillo and drawings the artist creates while traveling are also featured in Collision/Coalition. Matte black canvases, soaked in black paint and burned with an iron, hang from the gallery ceiling on hooks like draped flags, dividing the gallery space between Murillo and Cokes’s works. 
Admission to Collision/Coalition is free. Tickets are available at
Jan Jelinek, August 24:
On August 24, in a special one-night-only performance beginning at 8:00 pm, German electronic musician Jan Jelinek will perform a pre-closing live set against Tony Cokes’s commissioned videos. 
Jan Jelinek is a musician, producer, and remixer whose approach is about the transformation of sounds and devising a method for translating old Motown records or the excesses of funk into abstract, reduced electronics. Since 1998 he has been releasing records under a number of pseudonyms, including Gramm (pulsating minimal electronica) and Farben (soul records rearranged in subtle variations). 
Tickets are $10 for this performance and will be available at beginning July 25.

Open Call:
Open Call is The Shed’s commissioning and programming initiative for New York-based emerging artists across all disciplines, which launched in May with new works presented in The Griffin Theater, and continues through August 25 with a group exhibition in the Level 2 Gallery. Beginning Friday, August 9, the third group of commissions launches in The Shed’s open-air Plaza (configured when the moveable “shell” is nested over the base building) and runs through August 25. The presentation is scheduled as follows:  
Friday, August 9: The Illustrious Blacks at 7:30 pm
Saturday, August 10: Maya Lee-Parritz at 6 pm; Salsa Masala at 8 pm
Sunday, August 11: Madeline Hollander at 7 pm
Thursday, August 15: Vicente Hansen Atria and Mat Muntz at 6 pm; Justin Allen at 8 pm
Friday, August 16: nicHi douglas at 5 pm; Prince Harvey at 7:30 pm
Saturday, August 17: Extrapolation Factory at 11:00 am; Level Up Showcase (Harold ‘Fyütch’ Simmons) at 4:30 pm; MIPSTERZ at 8 pm
Sunday, August 18: nicHi douglas at 7 pm
Saturday, August 24: It’s Showtime NYC! at 4:30 pm; Saint Abdullahat 7:30 pm
Sunday, August 25: Ebony Noelle Golden at 3:30 pm; Thanushka Yakupitiyage at 5:30 pm
Installation view: Open Call: Group 2, The Shed, New York, June 19 – August 25, 2019. Photo: Stan Narten. Courtesy the artists. 

About The Shed:Located on Manhattan's west side, where the High Line meets Hudson Yards, The Shed commissions original works of art, across all disciplines, for all audiences. From hip hop to classical music, painting and sculpture to literature, film to theater and dance, The Shed brings together leading and emerging artists and thinkers from all disciplines under one roof. The building —a remarkable movable structure designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Lead Architect, and Rockwell Group, Collaborating Architect—physically transforms to support artists' most ambitious ideas. Committed to nurturing artistic invention and bringing creative experiences to the broadest possible audiences, The Shed, led by Artistic Director and CEO Alex Poots, is a 21st-century space of and for New York City.

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Catch Shara Ball's new work at the Anima Mundi Gallery, July 26 7 PM

Sarah Ball Themselves  

Anima Mundi launches Sarah Ball's Themself'. 

LAUNCH EVENT: Friday 26 July, 7-9 pm  AT: Anima Mundi, Street-an-Pol, St. Ives, Cornwall, UK, TR26 2DSRSVP : or +44 (0)1736 793121#fineartmagazine

Galerie St. Etienne, July 19-October 11, 2019 The art Dealer as Scholar


July 16 through October 11, 2019
The Second in a Series of Exhibitions Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the Galerie St. Etienne 
Egon Schiele: Study for the Secession poster, Käthe Kollwitz: Seeds for Sowing, Alfred Kubin: Earth Mother (detail)

Including works by Käthe Kollwitz, Alfred Kubin
and Egon Schiele

View our digital exhibition catalogue here
Read the exhibition essay here

Gallery hours: Tuesday–Friday, 11 AM–5 PM
24 West 57th Street, New York • 212-245-6734 • •
© Galerie St Etienne  


Monday, July 8, 2019

Artists apply if you like t Urban Studio Unbound , Call for entry -"Shifting Perspectives" Check it out!

Artist Call for Entry-"Shifting Perspectives"

US+U invites artists to submit to a call for entry for our first exhibition titled
"Shifting Perspectives" at our new space- 16 Warburton Ave!

Artist should send in 5-10 images of available artwork , along w labeling (titling) each image with their last name + number. Then in the body of the email put a list that corresponds with each image that has title/size/medium and price.

If this is your first time submitting to us please also in the body of the email put a 1-2 paragraph artist statement and bio. (please no CVs) We use all this info to create an artist profile for you on our website if selected, along with your images thats why we ask you to please follow this specific format request!

Entries are due Sunday July 7th at noon. Drop off will be Thur July 11th 530-730pm. Show opens Sat July 27th 6-9pm, ends Sun Aug 25th, 2019.

*Chosen artist will pay 1 month membership fees - these fees cover cost of reception/printing exhibition programs/web designer to create your profile, etc. For additional info please visit
Copyright © 2015 Urban Studio Unbound, All Rights Reserved.

Visit Lowell Ryan Projects to View Alexandra Grants work on line.

Last day to see:
Alexandra Grant, Born to Love
Installation View by Ruben Diaz
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Saturday, July 6, 2019

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Catch Abstract Thinking, Ezra Gallery of the Hamptons, July 14th, 2019


In The Hamptons? Catch Market Art + Design, Bridgehampton Museum, July 5-7 2019