Love this building!
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Gallery Onetwentyeight is a great Lower East Side Gallery. It shows emerging and established artists and has been a neighborhood fixture since 1986. The gallery is run by artist Kazuko Miyamoto and sometimes her dog Shintaro.
128 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002
February 19, 2014
For Immediate Release:
Julian Andres Acosta Pacheco ♦ Kareem David Piper ♦ Andrew David Ringler
April 2 - April 20, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 3rd 6-8 pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, April 20th 6-8 pm
Open Hours: Wed - Sat 1-7pm and Sun 1-5 pm
Gallery Onetwentyeight is pleased to announce the New York City debut of three Miami-based artists. Each artist showcases his unique style. Three different creative visions of Julian Andres Acosta Pacheco, Kareem David Piper and Andrew David Ringler converge in one space in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Julian Andres Acosta Pacheco centers his work on the concept of time and place. He states, “I strive to create visual/psychological/emotional/personal conversation through lines, words, images, symbols and shapes.”
Kareem David Piper is a self-taught artist who creates atmospheric works reflecting his universal views. Intent on breaking down boundaries among the spiritual, cosmic and physical worlds, he creates serenity out of chaos.
Andrew David Ringler presents an amalgamation of his series depicting subjects from his rural Ohio up-bringing to moody Doberman Pinschers. He states of his curiosity, “I want to peel back the layers of wallpaper to find what’s hiding beneath.”
ANKE WEYER's show at Canada gallery is great one of the best i've seen in 2013.
I am jealous since I am a painter myself. If I had the dough I would buy one of her pieces and I don't think I've ever said that about a rival painter.
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I recently visited the gallery owned by Tina Kim in Manhattan. And I must say this art dealer knows her stuff. The gallery was warm and inviting, unlike a few other Chelsea galleries that tend to be on the cold side. And the art at Tina Kim Gallery is always spectacular and cutting-edge. One of my future travel dreams is to visit the affiliated gallery to Tina Kim, Kukje Gallery in Seoul, Korea.
Tina Kim Gallery shows some of the most exciting Korean contemporary art in New York, and also veers into other areas of internationally-renowned art. Definitely make time to swing by Tina Kim's gallery in Chelsea Arts Tower if you're interested in seeing what's new in modern and contemporary art and design.
Great Juried show. Very well put together by Donald Kunspit!
This gallery changed it's name to Robert Henry Contemporary and moved to a new location at 56 Bogart St, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY 11206 on June 1, 2012.
Stadium's newest show " The Agony and the Ecstasy" featuring works by Parker Ito is absolutely stunning! If you haven't seen it already, go see it, its something I wouldn't miss!
The press release on the upcoming show "Yin & Yang - Fusing Complementary Opposites" opening September 4th indicates an interesting collection of visualizations supporting this gathering theme.
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We are no longer at this address, and have moved to 235 East 60th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Ave.
Always amazing shows here!
That gallery has become irrelevant
This new media gallery is currently presenting an exhibition entitled "Urban Meditation" by Ji Sun Lee. Magnificent work and beautifully laid out in this gem of a gallery at the edge of Spanish Harlem. Check out their website: www.medianoche.us
One of the most consistently interesting and unpredictable galleries in the city.
In my experience this is one of the most beautiful gallery spaces in the city, especially outside the set of swanky Manhattan galleries (Shafrazi, Gagosian, Boone, Zwirner, etc.), and even more so for being a non-profit. Their exhibitions tend to be of a very high caliber, especially when the entire gallery is given over to a project by one or two artists.
The run of shows T. Moore played here was just incredible.
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