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Tim Kent​
A World After Its Own Image

Through March 15

Slag Gallery
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn NY 11206
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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The New Religion
Works by Rafael Fuchs

Through March 15

fuchs projects
56 Bogart Street #1E
Brooklyn, NY 11206
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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I am very happy to announce I am one of 3 artists selected to be part of a studio program at the Williamsburg branch of the Brooklyn Library. You can learn more about my fellow artists here.

From the press release on the program:

SPACEWORKS ANNOUNCES LOTTERY FOR NYC VISUAL ARTISTS TO WORK IN NEW STUDIOS AT WILLIAMSBURGH BRANCH OF THE BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY Actively Practicing Visual Artists can Apply Now through July 31, 2014 Three artists will be selected from an open lottery for opportunity to rent affordable workspaces in a new renovated, multi-arts use facility (BROOKLYN) - Spaceworks, a not-for-profit cultural space development organization, announces a call for entries to its Williamsburg studio lottery. In partnership with Brooklyn Public Library, Spaceworks is creating three visual art studios at the library’s Williamsburgh branch, located at 240 Division Avenue in the heart of one of Brooklyn’s most exciting creative communities. Spaceworks is redeveloping the second floor of Brooklyn Public Library’s Carnegie-era Williamsburg neighborhood branch into approximately 4,000 square feet of artist work space including visual art studios and rehearsal spaces.

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Highlights from Spring/Break Art Show Part I

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Patrick Meagher, “Contract (Handshake)” curated by Teriha Yaegashi
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Philip Garner, "Permafashion Sports Jacket" (bottom, center) and other works, curated by Sam Parker


Jeff Feld, "We Buy Gold 2" Curated by David Packer and Guy Nelson


Installation curated by David Packer and Guy Nelson


Works by Margaret Lanzetta, curated by David Packer and Guy Nelson

David Packer "Union Square" Oversize cardboard book, 32x24x6 inches, curated by David Packer and Guy Nelson


The Lounge

Leah Dixon "Speed Rack"


Louise Bourgeois, "Couples" (left) Jaz Harold, "Wet Kiss" #1, #2, #3, curated by Marina T Schindler





Rachel Pontious, "The Divine Average" (detail) curated by Marc Azoulay

Above, Brent Owens, "Offering" and below, curated by Ambre Kelly + Andrew Gori


Installation curated by Alejandro Jassan

Works by Samuel Jablon (above and Below) curated by Alejandro Jassan


Christian Maychack, "Compound Flat #45" curated by Alejandro Jassan

 
Installation curated by Rachel Phillips

Bridget Mullen, "Soft Fields" curated by Rachel Phillips




Installation curated by Rachel Phillips

Michelle Matson, "Untitled" curated by Rachel Phillips


Charlotte Hallberg, "////" curated by Rachel Phillips

SPRING/BREAK Art Show
March 3 through 8
Skylight at Moynihan Station, West 31st Street/8th Avenue, New York, NY 
photographs by Vincent Romaniello

Highlights from Spring/Break Art Show Part II

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Bazaar Teens, curated by Dustin Yellin (above and below)


Installation by Myla DalBesio, curated by Ambre Kelly & Andrew Gori

David Shaw’s “Vast,” curated by Karl Adelaide & Max Razdow



Above, installation by Cate Giordano, curated by Eve Sussman & Simon Lee


Dennis Hoekstra, curated by Claire Mirocha and Vanessa Thill


Alex Lombard, "Crying Makes It Worse" model train (above and below) curated by Claire Mirocha and Vanessa Thill

Stephen Zerbe, "Air Sample #1 and #2" (above, wall)
"Disturbed Growth Gradient" (below)
 curated by Claire Mirocha and Vanessa Thill


Wyatt Burns, "Fair Trade/Kool Aid" curated by Claire Mirocha and Vanessa Thill



Implausible Undertakings curated by Tracy Causey-Jeffery


Swoon, "Bethlehem Boys" curated by Tracy Causey-Jeffery

Steven Dobbin, "Your Move" curated by Tracy Causey-Jeffery

Brent Birnbaum, "Untitled" curated by Elizabeth Denny and Craig Poor Monteith


Adriana Lara, "Less-Than" curated by Alva CalyMayor and Livia Corona Benjamin



SPRING/BREAK Art Show
March 3 through 8
Skylight at Moynihan Station, West 31st Street/8th Avenue, New York, NY  
photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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BEYOND THE UNIFORM
AN EXHIBITION OF COMBAT PAPER

Fine art by veterans, on paper handmade
from military uniforms.
Through April 5

Art 101
101 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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Indecipherable Nonsense
Zines and Works on Paper
by Noah Lyon

March 19 - April 18

Printed Matter, Inc.
195 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10011
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Caleb Considine

March 29 - May 3
Opening reception: Sunday March 29, 6-8pm

BUREAU
178 Norfolk Street
New York, NY 10002
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Metalwork and Drawings
by Robin Croft

Reception: Thursday April 2, 6:30-8:30pm

Charles Krause Reporting Fine Art
1300 Thirteenth Street NW #105
Washington, DC 20005
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Above, Fragment, Aphasiac (Metalwork, 55Wx81Hx16D) 2007

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Richard Timperio
Recent Paintings and Works on Paper

April 9-May 9
Reception: Thursday, April 9, 6-9pm

Andre Zarre Gallery
529 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
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From the press release:

Art will grow at Merkurgarten in Zurich from now on

Every month, starting from April, Swiss and European contemporary artists will be invited to create art projects at the urban garden in Kreuzplatz. Thier works will interact among both them and the place. The proximity will make evident the diversity of the many artistic poetics.  
The artworks will be on display every day until the end of the gardening season.

Saturday 11 April 2015
h 18.00:  opening and conversation with the artist 

"Petit Swiss" 
Art Sowingby Microcollection - Elisa Bollazzi / I   in collaboration with Hubert Renard / F

During the opening the artist Elisa Bollazzi will sow fragments of Swiss contemporary artists artworks: 
Albero diametro 22, 2015 by Veronica Tanzi / Alga Alimenia (lat.Halymenia Dichotoma), 2015 by Miki Tallone / Asphaltflowers, 2012 by Anna Kanai / Brainflowers, 2014 by Zeljka Marusic / Divine pine, 2014 by Mirjam Wanner / It is not intended to be anything but a tree to be seen, 2015 by Hektor Mamet / Lavender, 2015 by Erica Diazoni / Radici, 2015 by Aglaia Haritz / Tree of the knowledge of good only, 2015 by Cetusss.

Joan Miro once said: "More important than a work of art itself is what it will sow. Art can die, a painting can disappear. What counts is the seed." 

Microcollection is a collection of hundreds of fragments of contemporary artworks started in 1990 by the artist Elisa Bollazzi. The art fragments are saved from oblivion and visible only under a microscope. Microcollection Art sowings activates a process which changes the way we look at the «art system» in a beneficial wait that stimulates creativity and starts thought-provoking spaces in contemplation of a growing art garden.  

On the occasion, the artist Hubert Renard, as a botanist,  wrote  teaching notes which provide subtle, erudite observations, evoking the properties, qualities and virtues of each species planted in the garden.

During the aperitif the Conceptual cake by Elisa Bollazzi will please the palates.
Merkurgarten – a project of in_between : culture
Kreuzplatz, Zurich

www.merkurgarten.ch
www.microcollection.it
http://hubrenard.free.fr

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Anders Wallin
Paintings

Reception: Wednesday April 8, 6-8pm
Exhibition: April 8-26
Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12-6pm

ARTIFACT
84 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
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The Zorachs in Two Dimensions
Paintings from the Edson Estate and Other Private Collections

Wednesday, April 29, 6pm

International Fine Art Auction
Maine College of Art
522 Congress Street
Portland, Maine
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Above, Overlooking Lake Champlain by William Zorach

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Painting by Jennifer Ditacchio

Kathleen Vance above with detail below


Work by Andrea Sherrill Evans

Painting by Anna Ortiz

Kerry Law

Karen Marston

MaryKate Maher

Kerry Law with his painting

Painting by Anna Ortiz


The Buggy Factory
Passing, Left

Saturday & Sunday, April 18 & 19, 12–6pm
Reception: Friday, April 17, 6–8pm
Closing Brunch: Sunday, April , 12–3pm

Artists: Jennifer Ditacchio, Andrea Sherrill Evans, Kerry Law, MaryKate Maher, Karen Marston, Anna Ortiz, Kathleen Vance

The Dorado Project
14 Kossuth Place
Brooklyn, New York 11221
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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Josh Dorman
Hypnagogia

April 24-May 16
Private View: Thursday, April 23, 6–8pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, April 25, 11:30am

John Martin Gallery
38 Albemarle Street
London, W1S 4JG

Above, Crazy Traffic Again, (top), acrylic, antique paper on panel, 36 x 34 ins, 91 x 86 cm


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Charles Kessler
30 Years of Painting

Reception: Monday, May 18, 6-9pm

Village West Gallery331 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07302
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Above, Open Book by Charles Kessler

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Jack Lavender
A Hardcore Stomping Flashback

Preview: April 30, 6-9pm
May 1-31

The approach
47 Approach Road
Bethnal Green, London E2 9LY
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Vimeo video link

We are what we throw in the garbage, ask any anthropologist. While attempting a data recovery from my computer trash I was struck by the way many of the image files were partially covered in crazy geometric patterns. While scrolling through the photos at high speed I thought about how we all are bombarded with thousands of images daily. Most of these are totally mundane. But others are representative of serious subjects we should be addressing. However, far too often they become just another momentary flash in our collective mind.

I have also made a number of paintings using a similar graphic treatment created by the partially eaten files. But for those I am painting on litter that I find and use as a support and in some cases I also use the imagery.

digital_detritus
Duration 1:22
Video Composition and Sound by Vincent Romaniello



Eric Garner vs NYPD Polycolor and photo transfers on discarded wood panel (cradled),
11.75x11 inches. click on images to elarge



Felt Real Polycolor on discarded paper, 11.75x16 inches

Later Polycolor on discarded CD package, 11.5x6 inches

iHeart Polycolor on discarded book, 8x9x1 inches



Sketchy Polycolor on discarded sketchbook cover, 11.75x9 inches (irregular)


Hands Up Don't Shoot (left) Polycolor and collage on discarded store art, wood panel, 18.5x7 inches
Charlie (right) Polycolor and transfers on discarded store art wood panel, 18.5x7 inches


CRIME Alert Polycolor on found NYPD flyer, mounted on cardboard, 11x8.5 inches

Space Junk Polycolor on discarded paper, 16.5x11.75 inches

BAD CA Polycolor on discarded paper, 10x8 inches

Super Heros Polycolor and transfers on discarded cardboard, 14.75x8.25 inches

The 43Polycolor on newpaper, mounted on cardboard, 18x23.5 inches

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Patrick Mangan
WAR

Reception: May 15, 6-9pm
May 15 - June 7

Art 101
101 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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image courtesy of Art 101

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LITTLE HAND
Works in Painting, Drawing and Sculpture by

Christina Tenaglia, Ravenna Taylor, Mark Brosseau, Fran Shalom, Patricia Satterlee, Michele Hemsoth, Becky Yazdan, Ky Anderson
Special Project Room: Tenesh Webber: photograms
Curated by Anne Trauben

Through June 28

Victory Hall Drawing Rooms
180 Grand Street
Jersey City, NJ
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