The anthropomorphic sculptures emerge from the wall next to abstract paintings of Patricia Satterlee that mirror the undulating sculptural forms.
Behind the main exhibition room is a low-lit corridor dappled with hyper-real clothes creating a surreal narrative questioning who occupied the space before excited gallery goers. Off the Wall at Parallel Art Space exhibits works by Gilbert Hsiao, Stacie Johnson, Alex Paik, Kim Tran, and Ken Weathersby.
These artists explore painting beyond the confines of two-dimensionality, looking past the canvas towards materials including paper, wood and even neon record players to explore painterly space.
Centotto shows new works by Ben Godward in Portfolio x Appunti 8: Walls Spoke.
Godward’s new sculptural work fills this space with highly saturated organic shapes formed from billowing extraneous material.
Beat Nite 10 boasted an artful evening any art lover would envy.
Hosted by gallery Norte Maar, February 28 became the premier gallery crawl with 11 exhibition spaces opening their doors to NYC art lovers.
Michael Stickrod creates sculptures, prints and videos that are part of an ongoing practice of mining his family history.
He recreates moments from his youth by transforming his distant memories into large photographic prints juxtaposed with actual childhood artifacts.
Smooth saxophone tunes, minimalist paintings, organic sculptures and not to mention delicious sandwiches and chilled refreshments made Orgy Park the perfect middle point of the Beat Nite gallery crawl.
Alone Together exhibits new works by artists Elisa Lendvay and Adrian Ting which celebrates an artist's relationship with creating artwork in the studio.
Painting, drawing, sculpture, multi-media installation, sound and performance art jam-packed into one night is sure to make even the most seasoned gallery hopper giddy.