UPCOMING

HABITAT

 

Photography and Sculpture by Zhou Hongbin

Opening Reception: September 7

Exhibition: September 7 - 21

 

“I choose to be represented by familiar pets like my own bunny to create a habitat, similar to a personal garden, utopian and self-centered, where different moments of my own life are fixed and combined in the same picture” The artist has said she intends to create “lovely and pure thoughts and avoid the conflict of reality.”

 

WOW

 

 

Opening: September 17

Exhibition: September 17 - December 3

Location: Morris Museum, 

6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, New Jersey 07960

 

WOW displays LeMay’s dedication to the land and the endless beauty it evokes. LeMay’s composite landscapes are so vividly realized that one feels drawn not just to view but to step into them.

 

PAST ART FAIRS

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Art Market Bridgehampton (2017) 

Artists: Yolanda & H, Zhou Hongbin, Albert Delamour, Pascal Pierme, Joan Salo, Pascal Girardin, Stepanka. 

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS

STEPANKA IN WONDERLAND

Yummy porcelain macaroon-like installations, optical illusions of fluffy pillows, and golden clouds fill the wall with joy! Horalkova’s wonderment of the world is depicted in all of her work. 

May 18 - June 15, 2017

 

OUTSIDE THE FRAME - ALBERT DELAMOUR

This exhibition is a portal that leads into Albert Delamour's creative process and main influences. 

April 21 - May 16th, 2017

Video: Albert Delamour

 

Between the lines, Pascal Pierme - Joan salo

Does the the line represent the calmness of life? An ideal form? Between the Lines sets two artists alongside one another for whom the simplest art element -the line- is the main component of their work. March 24 - April 15, 2017

NOTHING CUTE

Nothing Cute is celebrating 2 years of Kid-In.net. Curator: Alice Bertay. Photographers: Tomothy Saccenti, Frej Hedenberg, Benoit Pailley, Tiago Motions, Salo Jeudi and Lionel Koretzky, Flattery O'Kafka, Bill Phelps, Maru Alvarez, Wanda Kujacz, Marilou Daube, Zoe Adlersberg. Masks by Nanse Kawashima.