Hello everyone! I look forward to welcoming your attendance at the upcoming exhibitions and events where I participate. I’ve written a few posts regarding exhibitions here so far and hope you’ll enjoy them, as well. Say hello, stay for a bit and join me in celebrating.
I am honored to announce my participation in the
Upcoming Exhibition: “But Is It Art?”
In this exhibition, I strive to convey ideas on what is or should be accepted as art. The question has been up for much debate lately among our peers, art lovers and leaders in the art world, among others. Perhaps our ideas of what is or isn’t art is not what others believe about it. While we as artists try to bring our ideas to the realization of tangibility, others may try to debunk their importance or even applaud efforts in leading new direction and improvisation. Check out the exhibition update page onsite from ConArtist Collective here.
Meet me and fellow Member Artists of ConArtist Collective Gallery during the Opening Event of this anticipated exhibition as the discussion continues at:
ConArtist Collective Gallery: located at 119 Ludlow Street, New York, NY (between Rivington and Delancey Streets). The subway train stops are very close by on Delancey and Essex streets for the F, J, M and Z trains.
Important dates to add to your calendar :
05.05.2015 Tuesday 7 – 11pm /// Vernissage
05.06.2015 Wednesday 7 – 11pm /// Opening Party
05.13.2015 Wednesday 7 – 11pm /// Closing Party
05.17.2015 Sunday 7 – 11pm /// Last Date of Exhibition Viewing
The Curator for “But Is It Art” is esteemed, fellow Artist Member Joseph Pinlac, who has previously curated at the Gallery. Visit ConArtist Collective Gallery’s website for more information on all the amazing resources it delivers for Artists. It is ideally situated in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, which is well known for its deep roots and current involvement in the Arts , cafes, shops, nightlife and more.
The featured image is a detail of what I’ll be showing. If you didn’t know it, I love using surprise elements and at this event, there’s sure to be more than just my tricked out pieces!
On other exhibition notes, Sound and Vision is still showing at the Gallery through May 2nd. 2015-where I also have a special little project showing. My previous post on that here.
I hope to see some of you there! Thanks for reading my Upcoming Exhibition Announcement: “But Is It Art?” and for joining me here. Check back regularly and follow if you wish to receive future updates.