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Feb20
Minus Space, Ken Weathersby
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Ken Weathersby: Time after Time

January 7 - February 25

MINUS SPACE is delighted to present Ken Weathersby: Time After Time, the New York artist’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition will feature a suite of new reductive paintings embedded with images taken from art history books.

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Feb20
Smack Mellon, ruby onyinyechi amanze
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ruby onyinyechi amanze: Star Fish

January 14 - February 26

Smack Mellon is pleased to present STAR FISH: new large-scale, multi-dimensional drawings by ruby onyinyechi amanze. The work is part of an ongoing, non-linear narrative where aliens, hybrids, and ghosts reside in a magical world of constructed realities, memory, and make believe.

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Feb20
AICAD, Two Coats of Paint Residency Aritsts, Marie Thibeault
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Infrastructure: Land, Mind, Country

February 2 - February 26

The exhibition, curated by Sharon Butler and Rachel Farber, aims to be an investigation of our nation, illuminating the structural relationships between three elements: Land, Mind, and Country. Briefly, land is a raw material of country, and country is an indispensable element of mind. The three elements are not practically divisible, but rather are constructed, perceived, and interpreted in coordination with one another.

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Feb20
UPI, TIPC 2016: Origin, Kai Caemmerer
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Tokyo International Photography Competition 2016: Origin

February 2 - February 25

At a time of increased uncertainty and tension on both the interpersonal and global stages, photography’s role in helping us negotiate our daily existence has never been stronger. The fourth edition of the Tokyo International Photography Competition presents a group exhibition exploring the meaning of “Origin”.

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Feb20
Creativebloch Gallery, Bloch & Caiazza
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2-Year Anniversary!

February 2 - February 24

Creativebloch Gallery celebrates their 2-year anniversary with a presentation of the latest work by resident artists Alejandro Caiazza and Joe Bloch.

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Feb20
Usagi NY, Jeffrey Brosk
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Jeffrey Brosk: Imperfect Landscapes

February 2 - March 24

usagiと_newyork is pleased to announce an exhibition of sculptural work created by MIT-trained architect-turned-artist Jeffrey Brosk. His signature wall-mounted wood sculptures, which make ample use of the juxtaposition between the natural variations in the texture of wood and refinement of slate and gold accents, invoke the stark, understated Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi.

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Feb24
Art in General, Freya Powell
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Freya Powell: The Silence of the Unsaid

February 24 - March 15

Art in General is pleased to announce an exhibition with Freya Powell as part of its New Commissions Program. The collective works on view engage issues around distance, separation, and empathy in relationship to various landscapes. The show will feature Powell’s new video, The Silence of the Unsaid. This project traces the history of an Athena missile that was launched by the U.S. military in July of 1970 from a base in Green River, Utah to test re-entry speeds and impact. The missile lost control, went about 400 miles off course, and crashed in a Mexican desert known locally as the “Zone of Silence.” It was carrying two containers of Cobalt-57, a radioactive element. Powell traveled to this desert with questions about the silence surrounding the clean up of the crashed missile, as well as the myth that has since built on this history.

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Mar02
Creativebloch Gallery, SVA Art Squad
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SVA Art Squad

March 2 - March 31

SVA Art Squad is a community of illustration and cartooning students dedicated to forging solidarity and fostering a shared creative spirit. In their exhibition at Creativebloch Gallery, Art Squad presents the work of 20 graduating members which represent wide-ranging approaches to drawing and storytelling.

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Mar02
LAND Gallery, Storytellers
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Storytellers

March 2 - April 19

Storytellers is a selection of works by artists who reimagine and reinvent the essential practice of telling stories through visual art. Each work represents aspects of a complex personal narrative, glimpses into alternate realities created with diverse materials and processes.

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Mar02
MINY Media Center, Digital Fairy Tales, Album Two
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Digital Fairy Tales, Album Two

March 2 - March 31

Made in NY Media Center presents Digital Fairy Tales, Album Two, the second set of video work inspired by the German tales collected by Xavier von Schönwerth in the early 19th century. This presentation of weird and wonderful tales will bring ancient archetypal contexts and references into the 21st century, revealing and enlivening commonalities of the collective subconscious covering this 150-year period and beyond. By using digital and new media, the artists shown in Digital Fairy Tales, Album Two explore new ways of storytelling.

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Mar02
United Photo Industries, Haley Morris-Cafiero
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Haley Morris-Cafiero: Wait Watchers

March 2 - March 31

United Photo Industries presents Haley Morris-Cafiero: Wait Watchers. For this work, Haley Morris-Cafiero set up her camera in public areas and photographed herself she perform mundane tasks, later examining the images for critical or questioning body language from passerby. Morris-Cafiero considers this work to be a social experiment, engineering a moment where curious strangers become the object of scrutiny.

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Mar25
Art in General, Postcommodity
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Postcommodity: Coyotaje

March 25 - May 6

Art in General presents a newly commissioned installation by Postcommodity, marking the collective’s first solo exhibition in New York. Composed of artists Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Kade L. Twist, Postcommodity’s multidisciplinary practice reveals and examines Indigenous cultural narratives and their relationships to broader social, political, and economic dialogues and actions. For the exhibition Coyotaje, Postcommodity continues its several years-long investigation of the military and economic life of the US-Mexico borderlands, highlighting the complex dynamics between US Border Patrol, the communities living in the San Pedro River Valley region, and individuals moving across the border.

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