Launched in 2010 by seven galleries from New York and London, including: Momenta, David Castillo, bitforms, Pierogi, Postmasters, P•P•O•W, and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts. SEVEN is a unique initiative committed to presenting artworks on their own terms and providing an intimate, personal way to engage the viewer.
Eloquently curated in the elegantly crisp, open space which is Edwynn Houk, this show is a definite must see! Carruci’s photographic lens intrinsically captures the sacrifices, laughter, hardships, struggles, and peace which not only occur during the developmental stages between mother, child and family, but even more so, within the brave matriarch herself.
Featuring the works of the artists Tom Judd and Rebecca Bird, Homeland challenges the traditional understanding of landscape as a medium that imposes rationality and subjectivity on a vision of nature. From two distinct perspectives, Homeland twists the basic visual language of the landscape. Incorporating mystical imagery and scenes from memory, the works are filled with historical tension and traces of anxiety.
Opening this Thursday @Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York, Frohawk Two Feathers: The Battle of Manhattan
Heartbreaking and Shit is Frohawk Two Feathers’ second solo exhibition with the gallery. Following the artist’s deeply involved narrative, Heartbreaking and Shit presents the “next chapter” in a device of fictionalized history that Two Feathers has become noted for.