January 12 – February 5, 2012
Imminent Disaster- On the River: Stories from the heart of glorious abandon, where you cannot see what lies beyond the next bend
Opening Night Reception: Thursday, January 12, 7–9pm
30 Grand Street, Ground Floor, NYC.
On the River… is an intimate portrait of contemporary life during the great recession, as seen through a lens of antiquity, that propels the viewer into a future in which the politics of Occupy Wall Street are but a distant memory. On the River… is also a story about the river as muse, as inspiration for abandoning careful planning to spontaneous action. As the artist explains, “by allowing the river’s current to take me along without knowing where it might lead, I covered 15,000 miles of travel across the United States in 2011, taking portraits with a wet plate collodion camera and building a fleet of floating sculptures with the Miss Rockaway Armada in Philadelphia. On the River… attempts to span the distance between maker and object, object and audience – the way the river connects two shores.”
October 16 – December 4, 2010
Urban Art: From Walls to Studios
Opening Night Reception: Saturday, October 16 from 18:00-21:00
14/16 rue de Thorigny, PARIS, France
A group show also featuring: 108, 36RECYCLAB, Alexandros Vasmoulakis, Eelus, Gérard Zlotykamien, Herakut, Jazi, Jaybo, Jean Faucheur, John Fekner et Don Leicht, Kofie, Lady Pink, L’ATLAS, Marco Pho Grassi, Nick Walker, Thomas Fiebig, TRYONE, Victor Ash.
June 24 – July 18, 2010
Leo Kesting Gallery
Dead Letter Playground:
A Collection of Contemporary Street Art
Opening Night Reception: Thursday, June 24 from 7-10pm
812 Washington St (at Gansevoort) NY, NY 10014
From the press release: “The collection of prints, illustrations, paintings and installations takes its name Dead Letter Playground as a reference to the tactile paper quality of most works and the open letter format that street art has embraced as building dialog with the public.”
March 12, 2010 – April 2, 2010
Front Gallery Installation with Armsrock
Refuge is the forced necessity of societies in collapse.
It begins with people in motion, moving away from circumstances that are barren or perilous, that are unable to sustain their life or are actively seeking to end it.
Refuge carries with it the transience of being in between one home and another; it is a liminal space, its structures are built to be packed away with ease; it momentarily rebuilds community while acknowledging the fragility of its permanence.
This idea of Refuge grounded in the local presence of Tent Cities in Southern California will be the basis of the upcoming collaborative installation between Armsrock and Imminent Disaster.
4210 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90029
More details coming soon…