Windows Promos by Ronnie Bass, Tommy Hartung, and Georgia Sagri

80wse Galleries is pleased to present Windows Promos, a collaborative exhibition by artists Ronnie Bass, Tommy Hartung, and Georgia Sagri. This exhibition will be presented in both the Broadway Windows and Washington Square Windows spaces.

For the exhibition Georgia Sagri will design and utilize the storefront windows as a public venue for Ronnie Bass’s and Tommy Hartung’s upcoming projects. The artists’ projects are slated for release in the fall. One project promoted in the Windows Gallery is titled Victor School. This is a non-accredited, on-line academy founded by Ronnie Bass and Tommy Hartung.

The other project promoted is The PBS Art21 Telethon. This is a one-evening fundraising event intended to both raise money for and promote Art21’s new artist documentary series, New York Up Close. The Windows exhibition was created as a task-based system. Bass and Hartung have provided images, information and video clips of the upcoming projects to Georgia Sagri. Sagri has acted as the production consultant and advertiser of their projects. 

Below is a chart:
Tommy Hartung = Chart Designer
Ronnie Bass & Tommy Hartung - Suppliers of Media 
Georgia Sagri - Advetising - Production Consultant 


Ronnie Bass was born in Hurst, Texas. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. He received an MFA from Columbia University in 2006. Upcoming exhibitions include the PBS Art21 Telethon, New York and Victor School, New York. He has exhibited at MoMA/P.S.1, New York; James Cohen Gallery, New York; The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, and Transmission Gallery, Glasgow. Bass is represented by i-20 Gallery in New York and Marginal Utility in Philadelphia.

Tommy Hartung was born in Akron, Ohio. His film, The Ascent of Man, was recently included in Greater New York 2010 at MoMA/P.S.1, New York. He has exhibited at Espacio Minimo, Madrid; Murray Street, London; Lehman Maupin Gallery, New York; Scaramouche, New York; Apartment 6/L40, Berlin; and 8 Seymour Place, London. Hartung earned his MFA from Columbia University in 2006. He lives and works in Queens, New York. He is represented by On Stellar Rays in New York.

Georgia Sagri was born in Athens, Greece. She lives and works in New York. In 2008 she received an MFA from Columbia University. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of the on-line audio magazine Forté. Recent performances include MaskSpecies of Politics at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, part of the group exhibition The Luminous Interval, and AntigoneModel, part of her solo exhibtion at Real Fine Arts, New York. Sagri is represented by Anthony Reynolds Gallery in London and AD in Athens. She exhibits with Formalist Sidewalk Poetry Club in Miami.