183 Lorraine Street
|Ann Stewart, Tethering Corollaries II, |
etching and aquatint on paper, 18 x 24"
Fine Lines exhibit (open Oct. 18)
Samuel Jablon, Poet Sculpture, variable
dimensions, enamel on plywood, 2013
Poetry Slam exhibit (closed)
Lanfranco says that what gives Rhombus Space it's strength is "the dialogue that emerges from the grouping in each show", and invites people to not only focus on the individual artists and works, but on how they interact, how they compliment and inform each other.
Lanfranco is also hugely pleased to announce that the gallery will be participating in the Gowanus Open Studios event this weekend. The event is free, and will be open October 19 and 20, 12-5pm. Many of the other spaces and studios in the 183 Lorraine Street complex will be opening their doors for the event, so bring some snacks, some friends, yourself (or any combination thereof!) and enjoy some great hours of art absorption.
Nils Anderson, Untitled, Acrylic on canvas, 7"x21"
Nils Anderson,Bench, Painted wood, 17"x13"x48"
|Helen Dennis, Grand Central, NYC, photographic drawing, 40 x 48"|
|Jason Peters, untitled, silver ink on black paper, 11 by 11 by 16.5|
Poetry Slam (closed)
September 20 -- October 13, 2013More information about this show and the artists can be found at:
October 18 -- November 17, 2013
Reception: Friday October 18
More information about this show and the artists can be found at:
Gowanus Open Studios
October 19 -- 20, 1013
12:00-- 5:00 PM
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