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Fri Jan 18 2019
All Day
LA BODEGA GALLERY

On FRIDAY, JANUARY 18TH 

we are thrilled to be presenting

"Bimbolandia" 

a solo exhibition by the Hermann Mejia. 

 

 

"Bimbolandia was a Caracas theme park 

created at the end of the 70s, in a rich Venezuela,

determined to emulate its northern neighbor and Europe.


Bimbolandia was a bootleg Disney;                               

a Latin American interpretation of American

entertainment; colorful and groteque with

vomit fragrance of dizzy children, alcohol,

?¬‚owers, ?¬?ne perfumes and cotton candy;

a hidden sketch of the ?¬?rst world, which was

once a symbol of modernity and development

and over the years succumbed to abandonment

and chaos."

Hermann Mejía (1973) is an American visual artist

with Latin American roots, having been born in Caracas.                                                                 

He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York,

where he has had his studio for the last couple

of decades.

 

He was recently featured by the Huffington

Post, in a piece published to coincide with the date

of Simon Bolivar’s birthday, as one of 15 famous

Venezuelan artists its readers “should know about”.

 

CONTACT:  www.labodega-gallery.com 

Sun Jan 20 2019
4:30 PM
ME, MYSELF AND EYE

Me, Myself and Eye:

Briggan Krauss

 

JOIN US: 
440 Gallery’s avant-garde music series

SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 @ 4:40 PM 


Suggested donation $10

 

Virtuoso saxophonist Briggan Krauss connects the

extreme edges of saxophone technique with the   

unexplored tonal possibilities of the instrument. 

 

It makes his work as much about shape as it is                   

about a signature sound.With artistic interests that            

span composition, electronic music, sound art, and           

electric guitar; he brings a broad range of sonic

possibilities to his conception of music.


 


Fri Jan 25 2019
All Day
OPEN SOURCE GALLERY

UPCOMING

2018 Exhibitions
Soup Kitchen 2018
2019 Exhibitions
Nicholas Galanin
Ronny Quevedo
Monica Jahan Bose
Annie Wong
Maximiliano Siñani
Camilo Godoy

Sun Jan 27 2019
4:30 PM
ARTIST TALK

Artist Talk:

 

Townes, Acey, Greenstein, Pedersen

 

  • SUNDAY, JANUARY 27TH       TIME:   4:40 PM -  6:45 PM

                440 GALLERY IN PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN

Sat Feb 2 2019
All Day
OPEN SOURCE GALLERY

 

NICHOLAS GALANIN

February-March 2019

Nicholas Galanin, Inert, 2009

Nicholas Galanin’s work offers perspective rooted in connection to land and an intentionally broad engagement with contemporary culture. For over a decade, Galanin has been embedding incisive observation into his work, investigating and expanding intersections of culture and concept in form, image and sound. Galanin’s works embody critical thought. They are vessels of knowledge, culture and technology – inherently political, generous, unflinching, and poetic.

Galanin’s concepts determine his materials and processes. His practice is expansive and includes numerous collaborations with visual and recording artists. He is a member of two artist collectives: Black Constellation and Winter Count. Galanin embeds incisive observation and reflection into his work; investigating and expanding intersections of culture and concept in form, image and sound. He engages past, present and future; through two and three dimensional works and time-based media; exposing intentionally obscured collective memory and barriers to acquisition of knowledge.Creating images and sound moving in time and animals fixed in space. He splinters tourist industry replica carvings into pieces, destroying commodification of culture and evidencing the damage. His carving practice includes customary objects, petroglyphs in sidewalks and coastal rock, masks cut from anthropological texts, and engraving handcuffs used to remove Indigenous children from their families. Beyond the walls of his studio, Galanin designs and fabricates ceramic riot gear, arrows in flight, and curio masks covered in delftware patterns, employing materials and processes to expand and forward dialogue on what artistic production is and how it can be used to envision possibility.

Galanin apprenticed with master carvers and jewelers, earned his BFA at London Guildhall University in Jewelry Design, and his MFA in Indigenous Visual Arts at Massey University in New Zealand, he lives and works with his family in Sitka, Alaska.

Artist website

 

 

Sun Feb 17 2019
4:30 PM
440 GALLERY

 

Me, Myself and Eye:

Neil Murgai

 

Join us on the third Sunday of every month for Me, Myself, and Eye440 Gallery’s avant-garde music series curated by Michel Gentile.

Suggested donation $10

  • Sunday, February 17, 2019
  • 4:40 PM  6:40 PM

 

Sun Mar 17 2019
4:30 PM
440 GALLERY

 

Me, Myself and Eye:

Will Holshauser

 

Join us on the third Sunday of every month for Me, Myself, and Eye440 Gallery’s avant-garde music series curated by Michel Gentile.

Suggested donation $10

  • Sunday, March 17, 2019
  • 4:40 PM  6:40 PM

 

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