2015 Group Exhibitions

Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception
Lake 10 Reception

Lake 10

Work by the Artists of the 2014 Summer Residency

Church of St. Paul the Apostle Parish Center

February 21

Curators: Katherine Emely Gomez and Eric Jiaju Lee

 

Artists: Virginia Bryant, Anthony Santella, Sandra Mack-Valencia, Maia Nero, Eric Jaiju Lee, Erik Dalzen, Katherine Gomez, Ariadna Gonzalez, Joachim Marx    

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Eumetadotos: J. Grabowski
Eumetadotos: Ashley Garrett
Eumetadotos: Visakh Menon
Eumetadotos: Tom Weaver
Eumetadotos: Jason Saager
Eumetadotos: Laura Frantz
Eumetadotos: David Humphrey
Eumetadotos: Witts
Eumetadotos: David Shrobe
Eumetadotos: Brian Wood
Eumetadotos: Keena Gonalez
Eumetadotos: Georgia Elrod
Eumetadotos: Sandra Mack-Valencia
Eumetadotos: Boris Torres
Eumetadotos: Yeon Jin Kim
Eumetadotos: Ingrid Roe
Eumetadotos: Zeren Badar
Eumetadotos: Sara Paige
Eumetadotos: Joyce Yamada
Eumetadotos: Eric Jiaju Lee
Eumetadotos: Guillermo Esparza
Eumetadotos: Michael Berube
Eumetadotos: Robert Aitchison
Eumetadotos: Joel Carreiro
Eumetadotos: Timothy Collins
Eumetadotos: James Vanderberg
Eumetadotos: Sarah Hollars
Eumetadotos: Matthew Garrison
Eumetadotos: Joe Smith
Eumetadotos: Idan Bitton
Eumetadotos: Ashley Norwood Cooper
Eumetadotos: Iliyan Ivanov
Eumetadotos: Anthony Santella
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Openings Fund Raiser

Novella Gallery, NYC

Pop up show: June 26 - 27

Online Auction with Paddle 8 June 19 - July 2

Curators: Keena Gonzalez and Michael Berube

 

Artists: Ashley Garrett, Matthew Garrison, Zac Hale, Daniel Nelson, Ingrid Roe, April Tracy, Tom Weaver, Zeren Badar, Abel Macias, Alan Richards, Andy Macasil, Anthony Santella, Ariel Zakarison, Ashley Norwood Cooper, Baris Gokturk, Boris Torres, David Humphrey, David Shrobe, Debora Friedkin, Dennis Santella, Eric Jaiju Lee, Elisa Soliven, Frank Sabatté, Georgia Elrod, Guillermo Esparza, Idan Bitton, Iliyan Ivanov, J. Grabowski,

James Vanderberg, Joel Carreiro, Joe Smith, Joyce Yamada, Jason Saager, Julia Whitney Barnes, Katherine Emely Gomez, Katie Rubright, Keena Gonzalez,

Laura Sue King, Laura K. Franz, Lauren Gohara, Mary DeVincentis, Maia Nero, Michael Berube, Oksana Prokopenko, Robert Aitchison, Robert Hickman, Russell Van Peterson,

Sandra Mack-Valencia, Sara Paige, Sarah Hollars, Seldon Yuan, Timm Mettler, Timothy Matthew Collins, Tryn Collins, Visakh Menon, Witts, Yeon Jin Kim

On the Inner and Outer Self
Peter Hoffmeister
McIntyre Parker
Nikita Vishnevskiy
Anthony Santella
Katya Pronin
Joy Curtis
Kylie Lockwood
Ellie Krakow
Ellie Krakow
Willemiem Mostert
Nadia Tayeh
Dan Crews
Zeren Badar
Ibrahim Ahmed
Christopher Lin
Christopher Lin
Nadia Tayeh
Baris Gokturk
James Vanderberg
Buzz McCall
Baris Gokturk
Joy Curtis
Michael Berube
Michael Berube
Robert Aitchison
Nikita Vishnevskiy
Guy Ben-Ari
Alessandro Keegan
Dawound Kringle
William Wasserman
Daniel Mantilla
Guy Ben-Ari
Keena Gonzalez
Keena Gonzalez
Nari Ward
Timothy Collins & Penley Chiang
Timothy Collins & Penley Chiang
Lori Merhige

On the Inner and Outer Self

Church of St. Paul the Apostle

 September 2 - October 22

Curators: Priya Singh and Daniel Nelson

 

Artists: Ibrahim Ahmed, Robert Aitchison, Zeren Badar, Guy Ben-Ari, Michael Berube, Timothy Matthew Collins & Penley Chiang, Dan Crews, Joy Curtis,

Baris Gokturk, Keena Gonzalez, Peter Hoffmeister, Alessandro Keegan, Ellie Krakow, Dawoud Kringle, Christopher Lin, Kylie Lockwood, Daniel Mantilla,

Buzz McCall, Lori Merhige, Willemien Mostert, McIntyre Parker, Katya Pronin, Anthony Santella, Nadia Tayeh, James Vanderberg, Nikita Vishnevskiy,

Nari Ward, William Wasserman

 

The exhibition is premised on the understanding that the subject of the installation, its central concept and title, the Self, is ultimately not limited, nor can it be limited by any concept that may be imposed upon it.

 

The exhibition includes (28) artists whose work reflects or departs from this concept in ways that are open to multiple lines of approach and yet as specific to direct human experience as possible. Many artists have responded with site-specific projects that are intended to intimately engage in the content of the space at hand; others have projected their work over great distances. The sum intention is a particular mood, an atmosphere, a new-found way of looking.

 

Exhibition review by Hyperallergic can be found here

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