Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Time Lab is in full swing

Below are some photos from the "in progress" show TIME LAB.
The works change every day so be sure to stop by before (as well as during) our reception which is on December 11th from 5-7pm.  1617 Amsterdam avenue room 134. 

 Jon Riordan's universe
 Pedro Ramirez' plot
 Natalia working
 Jon and Colin talk
 Jenna drawing
 Dhanashree working
 Peter working

 Natalia's hand

 Natali S. Bravo the elusive photographer is shot herself!

 Carlos and Peter working.
 Garrett Vandervoort's
 Bryan Pettigrew
 Peter Ziemkiewicz
 Carlos W. Encarnación-Vázquez
 Natali S. Bravo
 Christian Flores
 Jon Riordan
 Roger Gaitan
 Garrett Vandervoort
 Natalia Donofrio
 Pedro Ramirez
 Jon Bunge
 Jenna Newton
Dhanashree Shenoy

Monday, December 1, 2014

Inside the MFA: Random Moments IIII

Shepard Hall 1st Floor hall. 

Behind Shepard, quite the view of NYC.

 Garrett adds a layer.
Pedro presents Garrett's interview.

 Bryan's presentation about Christian.
 Professor Kaplan listens to Jenna's presentation about Natali.

 Jenna presents Natali.

 Professor Kaplan listens to presentations. 
Lecture with Professor Kaplan. 

Jon B, Bryan, Jon R & Christian.

 Jon B presents Peter.
Jon B's interview.
Dupree paints spools with her torch.

She caught me sneaking a peek.

A stereoscopic test on red paint in my studio.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Time Lab, Opening December 1, 2014

We are pleased to announce the opening of Time Lab, our newest exhibition at the City College Compton Goethals Gallery. Time Lab is a group exhibition of fourteen current graduate art students at City College. 

The exhibition is designed as a time-based laboratory of constant transformation and development. Over the course of the show’s two-weeks, each artist will change his or her work daily, to create a living, perpetually changing exhibition.

Please join us for our reception on Thursday, December 11, 2014; and be sure to stop by over to course of the exhibition to witness its change and transformation.