Art and Art Professions



Ellen Cantor: Are You Ready For Love?
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  Chris Albert Lee
10/26  Gabrielle Vitollo
11/02  Harry Kleeman
11/09  Carly Burnell
11/16  Kaushani Patel
11/30  Eric Santoscoy- Mckillip 
12/07  Stephen Gurtowski

Barney Building Galleries

Understanding (new)Media: On Identity in the Digital Age explores the ubiquity of self-necessitating technologies in contemporary life. The exhibition features the work of artists Young Min Choi, Antoine Geiger, Fidia Falaschetti, and Gabrielle Vitollo, who through distinct mediums address the power of technology to dictate identity and simultaneously challenge the legitimacy of cyber-identity against humanity. Aesthetic juxtapositions of imagery in the space mirror the dichotomy of the physical and the technological self.  Curated by Georgia Harrell.
Press Release
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 8
Rosenberg Gallery
On view through September 24.

I Am Only in Control of Vegetables A group show featuring the works of Lilli Bitucci, Olivia Chou, and Audrey Tseng, BFA
The Museum of Modern Art is proud to present a survey of the greatest creative class of artists working in the globalized contemporary world today. They are pretty serious about what they are doing.
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 8 5-7pm
On view through September 24

The Commons, Barney Building

34 Stuyvesant Street
New York, NY 10003

Broadway Windows

Untitled (Forefather Study) features the work of Ila Krishnamoorthy, BFA. Krishnamoorthy juxtaposes images of the male and female heads of her Indian lineage in hopes to reverse the erasure of women in the traditional Indian family. She adpots the illusionary processes used in lenticular printing, which allow the male and female to merge into one another, depending on where the viewer stands. On view 24 hours a day in the Broadway Windows.
Broadway and East 10th Street