Thanks to everyone who made it out last night to the Old Wives’ Lies opening reception! We polished off twice the gallery’s usual wine ration in under two hours, so I guess that means it was a success. For everyone who couldn’t make it, the show is open daily until November 3rd.
Work by Lorenzo Acciai, Victor Balanon,James Bascara,Melinda Beck, Gregory Benton, Iain Burke, Richard Ray Chan, Travis DeMello, Jackson Falor-Ward, John Garcia, Hunter Heckroth, Chloe Isip, Jordin Isip, Simone Isip, So Yoon Kim, Hannah Lee, Robert Leecock, Rachel Levit, Melissa Ling, Zach Meyer, Lee Misenheimer, Brian O’Neill, Maritsa Patrinos, Chelsey Pettyjohn, Rachel Pontious, Garrett Pruter, Monica Ramos, Jonny Ruzzo, Hazel Lee Santino, Paula Searing, Julee Yoo.
A little snapshot of my piece installed for Old Wives’ Lies, which opens tonight at AG Gallery in Williamsburg (107-A N3rd, at Berry). It’s the first show I’ve curated, everything in it is great, and if you’re in New York you should come on out! It’s up until November 3rd (the dates the gallery initially gave me were a little off), so there’s plenty to time to stop by and spend a little more time with the art if you can’t make the opening reception.
The group show I’ve been putting together opens next Friday the 13th—31 amazing artists exploring misconceptions they have as a result of their childhood relationship with folklore. It’s up for two months, so there’s plenty of time to see it if you can’t make it to the opening reception!
I’m curating a group show that opens September 13th in Williamsburg, I’m starting on a couple new pieces for it now. Here’s the start of a hanging sculpture titled “Revive the Dead.” There’s a good chance I’ll ruin it when I start to paint it, but at least there’s some record of the fact that I went so far as to make quills out of copper wire.
4” long. Aluminum and copper wire, paper, glue.
(That little houseplant is sprouted from a weed I snatched out of the sidewalk during a camping visit to Cold Spring, NY earlier this summer).