Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View. Self Portrait Exhibition

Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View. Self Portrait Exhibition

Art NXT Level Projects and GOSS183 Press are pleased to announce Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View. This exhibition aims to explore how we see ourselves from an external point of view. Artists are invited to examine and interpret the theme from a social, political or psychological point of view. We are looking for Continue reading Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View. Self Portrait Exhibition

Selected Artists: Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View

Selected Artists: Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View

Art NXT Level Projects and GOSS183 Press are pleased to announce the selected artists for the Reinventing Ourselves From Another Point of View exhibition. The show will open on Friday August 19th at Art NXT Level Projects, 4th Floor, Zhou B Art Center. Opening Reception 7 – 10 pm. Exhibition curators: Sergio Gomez and Didi Menendez. Continue reading Selected Artists: Reinventing Ourselves from Another Point of View

HORROR VACUI. Samantha Haring and Adrian Cox

HORROR VACUI. Samantha Haring and Adrian Cox

A Two-Person Exhibition Paintings by Adrian Cox and Samantha Haring June 17 to July 29, 2016 Opening Reception: June 17 from 7 to 10 pm Artists Talk: July 15 at 8pm The term horror vacui literally means “fear of empty space.” This two-person exhibition juxtaposes the sublime and the grotesque in order to speak to contemporary global issues. Continue reading HORROR VACUI. Samantha Haring and Adrian Cox

Parallel Lives (New York-Chicago)

Parallel Lives (New York-Chicago)

  Chicago Opening –  Friday May 20, 2016 at Next Level Gallery New York Opening –  Saturday June 4, 2016 at Parenthesis Art Space   Parenthesis Art Space is pleased to present PARALLEL LIVES, a traveling exhibition series that swaps Artists work between two distinct cities to initiate conversation and context about Artist’s practices and their communities. Parallel Lives is created and Continue reading Parallel Lives (New York-Chicago)

What Is Gone | Mandy Cano Villalobos

What Is Gone | Mandy Cano Villalobos

In this exhibition, Mandy Cano Villalobos mingles cultural histories and personal narrative to make sense of nostalgic sentiments and life’s ephemerality. Her materials include dirt, human hair, and pig blood, which she employs as a dual symbol of filth and redemption. In the Sisyphus series, the artist repetitively marks the paper with circular patterns, thus transforming the action of Continue reading What Is Gone | Mandy Cano Villalobos