Art and Art Professions



Duane Linklater/From Our Hands
With Ethel Linklater and Tobias Linklater
This exhibition features a series of new works including a large-scale architectural intervention that runs through all five galleries. This structural response explores the internal language of walls, the spaces for the Indigenous body, and how spaces of inclusion can be extended. The introduction of works by Duane’s late paternal grandmother Ethel Linklater and his twelve-year old son Tobias unearths his familial framework, the migration and exchange of knowledge and ideas, and their consequences. This exhibition is presented in collaboration with Mercer Union, Toronto.

On view December 8, 2016 - Februrary 18, 2017.
Opening Reception: December 7, 2016, 6-8pm
80WSE Gallery
80 Washington Square East
New york, NY 10003

MFA Weekly Installations
Openings on Wednesdays, 5-7pm
80WSE Project Space

9/28  Caitlyn McLaughlin
10/05  Billy Jacobs
10/12  Marz Saffore
10/19  Harry Kleeman
10/26  Gabrielle Vitollo
11/02  Chris Albert Lee
11/09  Carly Burnell
11/16  Stephen Gurtowski
11/30  Eric Santoscoy- Mckillip 
12/07  Kaushani Patel 

Barney Building Galleries


I found a baby bird, now what? 

Organized by the Undergraduate Student Art Organization (USAO) 
Featured Artists: Abhiniti Ahuja, Jackie Monoson, Callie Cramer, IIa Krishnamoorthy

On view through December 14. 

Barney Building
34 Stuyvesant Street 

Broadway Windows

Las Hijas (The Daughters) by Catalina Antonion Granados, BFA
Within the context of violence in Mexico, women have been main targets of an extensive web of human trafficking and straightforward sexual violence. The overwhelming number of women murdered, raped and sold into sexual slavery in the country has depersonalize and silenced the suffering and identity of these women. This project is designed as a space of confrontation where the violence in these women’s stories is lost by the shockingly amount of drawings and individual voices are rescued through embroideries made by a collective of Mexican women.
On view 24 hours a day in the Broadway Windows from October 8, 2016
Broadway and East 10th Street