June 5 – 28, 2015
Opening Reception: June 5, 6 – 9pm
Open: weekends from 12 noon – 6pm
1329 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11237
(Between Wyckoff and St. Nicholas, Jefferson stop on the L-train)
An exhibition of larger size works by:
Antonia Perez • Christopher Dunlap • Daniel Crews • Dennis Bellone • Gilbert Hsiao • Lilian Kreutzberger • Jason Karolak • Jeff Feld • Jim Osman • Mark Sengbush • Natalia Zubko • Paul Corio • Rob De Oude
Organized by Paul Corio and Rob de Oude
“Large scale painting (abstract and otherwise) is now one of a vast variety of historical and contemporary styles and media from which to draw upon in the formation of a body of work. But even as the remnants of post-modern critique lose their hold on the consciousness of the contemporary artist, the economics of being an artist in New York City present new issues in the creation and exhibition of large work. New York City tabulates its surface area not so much in blocks, miles, or acres, but in square feet. They are finite, and each one costs an increasingly large amount.”
Concurrently in the same space:
TSA New York will present: Shoal Survivor with works by Oscar Bedford and Alex Lombardand, curated by Sorry Archive.
Transmitter will present: The Model Reader with works by, Megan Hays, Paul Gagner, Alex Gingrow, Elle Perez, Devin Powers.