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Brooklyn’s Ground Floor Gallery presents Women at Work

Friday, May 4th, 2018

Ground Floor Gallery’“Women at Work” features three Brooklyn-based woman artists – Natalie Baxter, Paola Citterio, and Leslie Tucker – whose work questions traditionally masculine or feminine labor roles and materials by reinterpreting family histories, consumer culture and politics.

Natalie Baxter employs sewing and quilting techniques from her grandmother to create soft sculptures exploring Americana and the political zeitgeist; Paola Citterio creates pieces blending the traditional craftwork she learned from the women in her childhood home (knitting, sewing, felting and baking) with found objects from city streets; and Leslie Tucker translates her passion for satire, consumer culture, and decoding human nature into suggestive digital collages layered with meaning.

The exhibition is on-going with a closing reception on May 13th 2 – 4pm.

TAG Fine Arts is at two art fairs this weekend – the London Original Print Fair and Moniker Art Fair, Brooklyn

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

TAG Fine Arts is exhibiting the brand new woodcut prints from highly acclaimed Japanese artist Katsutoshi Yuasa at the 33rd London Original Print Fair.  

They will be at Stand 36 exhibiting works by their international stable of artists including Susan AldworthKate BrinkworthRyan CallananAdam DantRobin DuttsonEwan David EasonChuck ElliottGonkar GyatsoEd HodgkinsonRob RyanPaula ScherTessa ShawJustine SmithDavid SpillerYanko TihovTobias TillStephen Walter and Katsutoshi Yuasa

 TAG Fine Arts is proud to present  The Hip Hop Shrine by Ryan Callanan (RYCA) at the Moniker Art Fair, Brooklyn.  The shrine is an artistic celebration of Hip Hop lyrics, icons and culture.  This showcase is well suited to Brooklyn, the birthplace of the Notorious B.I.G.

 

 

ground floor gallery presents #Newcollectorbk: THE Print Edition

Saturday, July 16th, 2016
Print courtesy of ground floor gallery, Dara Oshin. Archival pigment and metallic ink on Hahnemuhle Paper.

The ground floor gallery in Brooklyn NY, is pleased to present their summer print show  #newcollectorbk: The Print Edition. The exhibition, on view through August 14th,  and features new, limited-edition prints of all types by over 20 local artists.

Their gallery’s website features a blog for new collectors.

‘Bronx Speaks: Making Place’ at the Bronx Museum of the Arts during Armory Arts Week

Monday, March 2nd, 2015
Image:  Adriana Rostovsky’s The Blue House (Courtesy of Elisa Contemporary Art)
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Bronx Speaks: Making Place is the latest exhibit presented by the Bronx Arts Alliance (BxAA) in concert with New York Armory Arts Week.  It highlights the cultural diversity of artwork created and exhibited within the Bronx featuring US and International Artists from 20+ Bronx arts organizations as selected by a curatorial committee.  A key focus of the exhibit is to document the uniqueness of this environment and to share creative visions that highlight these surroundings.  The exhibit will run from March 4-8 at The Bronx Museum of the Arts and will be installed by independent curator Sarah Corona.
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More information on this exhibit, special events as well as the featured artists are listed in the attached press release or you may wish to contact AWAD’s Lisa Cooper of Elisa Contemporary Art at Lisa@ElisaArt.com or 212.729.497

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