Daniel Amazu Wasser
First Ai WeiWei, then Anish Kapoor and this morning I saw Glenn Lowry?
I asked everyone at the studio if we needed to do one and they said let’s not do that thing. Which is probably for the best…but I’m not going to pretend I’m not disappointed.
Announcing: The Second Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational.
Opening Thursday, January 3rd at Spoke Art in San Francisco, California is the 2nd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational (you’re all invited), a group show featuring brand new work from 32 of the best young contemporary artists in the world:
Alessandra Maria - Allan Innman - Andrew Hem - Angie Wang - Audrey Kawasaki - Barnaby Ward - Brett Amory - Cam Floyd - Casey Weldon - Charmaine Olivia - Conrad Roset - Dan Christofferson - Erik Jones - James Jirat Patradoon - Jason Levesque - Jeremy Enecio - Joao Ruas - Jon Todd - Ken Garduno - Michael C. Hsiung - Mike Mitchell - Nimit Malavia - Sam Wolfe Connelly - Scott C. - Seamus Conley - Soey Milk - Steve Kim - Tatiana Suarez - Tessar Sebastian Lo - Tina St. Claire - Tom Bagshaw - Zoltron
Visit the 2nd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational Website for more details by clicking here.
The past few weeks have been extremely hard for many of us. While for some, the events surrounding Hurricane Sandy meant a mere inconvenience, for many others the devastating loss suffered is so vast, it is indescribable with words.
#Sandy, a Fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy relief, is a photography exhibition that intimately tells the story of the destruction that followed this historic storm. All images on display were captured by artists using only their iPhones.
All prints will be on sale for $50 with proceeds going directly to Occupy Sandy and Alison Thompson’s Rockaway Relief Center.
Please join us in support of these local communities who need our help.
Monday November 19th 7-9pm at Foley Gallery 97 Allen Street at Delancey.
Hope you can make it. ps-please spread the word
Leonardo Drew at Sikkema Jenkins & Co
Shane Aslan Selzer, Untitled (Flag), 2012. C-print. 20” x 30”. Image courtesy the artist.
November 9 &10 in Williamsburg.
For tickets click Here