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Since 2010, Bryn Cohn and Artists has been a pioneer of artistic innovation and pushing boundaries within the contemporary dance world. Join us as we take dance out of the theater and into one of the Lower East Side’s most cutting edge art galleries. We invite you to an intimate evening featuring dance installation, a sneak preview of our latest work, music, drinks, fine art and an opportunity to connect to the artists that comprise this company. Inspire and be inspired with Bryn Cohn and Artists, and support the thriving artistic community in New York City in an experience to be remembered.
Rafal Olbinski, internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest living Surrealist painters, will be exhibiting at two new galleries in SoHo. Studio Vendome is located in architect Philip Johnson’s Urban Glass House at 330 Spring Street. It is featuring 30 larger Olbinski oils on canvas. The second gallery, Studio Vendome Projects, is located at 30 Grand Street and is exhibiting 13 smaller- formated oils on canvas. The shows will run from December 11, 2013 to January 11, 2014. The show’s curator, Peter Hastings Falk, points out that Olbinski was recently elected to the “Rediscovered Masters” exhibition series by an Art Advisory Board composed of distinguished museum directors, curators, historians, and critics. A hardcover book, The Virtue of Ambiguity, is being published for the exhibition and will be released at the opening reception to be held on Wednesday, December 11th from 6-9 pm. Profusely illustrated, the book includes essays by the renowned art critic Robert C. Morgan and Olbinski’s biographer, Izabela Gabrielson.
Peer Pressure brings together the works of RBPMW interns, past and present. Organized by artists who are themselves former interns, the exhibition pays tribute to the many young people who have contributed to the workshop community since it opened in 2005.
Tenri Cultural Institute presents the exhibition 'Seong Gil Heo: The City.' Heo's ink on Korean paper paintings and mixed media works focus on cities devoid of human presence. Humanity is implied through his use of street signs, traffic lights, telephone booths, and electric wiring. Heo's drawings of buildings appear so perfect leaving us with little evidence of both his hand and society's existence. And yet, Heo's cities are not bereft of feeling as one would expect of sterile environments. Present are electric wires that crisscross at many points that symbolize communication between people. Present are traffic lights that imply cars, post office boxes that allude to older forms of communication and also shop signs, street signs, traffic symbols and directions in the artist's native Korean language.
'Songs for the New Millennium' celebrates a historical journey through Ohio beginning in 1200 AD and has two parts. The first, "The Ancients," pertains to early Ohio history and is based on myths and lore that were passed down through generations to Aminah from her Uncle Alvin. The second half starts where the first half left off and addresses the period of Ohio history from 1812 through 2012.
Sarah Anne Johnson's fifth gallery exhibition entitled 'Wonderlust' addresses sexuality in individuals and couples. Johnson extends her photo-based practice to incorporate burning, scratching, gouging and glitter, to make visible the elation, beauty and self-consciousness of intimacy. She has photographed her subjects in their homes and worked with the resulting prints in her studio.