2nd Annual Student Art League Trip to NYC.
Reception: March 12 from 5:30 – 7:00pm
Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
an exhibition of sweets as imagery and medium
Sugar Buzz features twenty-eight artists whose work deals with sweets in its imagery or as its medium. It includes photography, video, drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation. Created within the last ten years, the works offer a range of recent contemporary art dealing with the subject. The exhibition, curated by Susan Hoeltzel with Nina Sundell, is accompanied by an online catalogue.
The artists are Becca Albee, Julie Allen, John Boone, Luisa Caldwell, Emily Eveleth, Lucy Fradkin, Pamela Hadfield, Maggy Rozycki Hiltner, Rebecca Howland, Yoshiko Kanai, Jenny Kanzler, Mary Magsmen & Stephan Hillerbrand, Mark McLeod, Amy Miller, Shelley Miller, Tracy Miller, Matthew Neff Gina Occhiogrosso, Lynda Ray, Freddy Rodriguez, Milton Rosa-Ortiz, Jessica Edith Schwind, Karen Shaw, Dana Sherwood, Sara Sill, Vadis Turner, and Andy Yoder.
Sugar Buzz is made possible with the generous support of the
JPMorgan Chase Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, and NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
Wooster on Spring, the exhibition with Elias Cummings, the new owner of 11 Spring Street, will open in Lower Manhattan in less then one week.
The exhibition, a three celebration of 30 years of ephemeral art, will take place for three days only, and then all of the artwork will be destroyed.
The artists who’s work will be showcased include Shepard Fairey, WK, Jace, Swoon, David Ellis, FAILE, Cycle, Lady Pink, London Police, Prune, JR, Speto, D*Face, JMR, Blek Le Rat, John Fekner, Bo and Microbo, Above, BAST, Momo, Howard Goldkrand, Borf, Gaetane Michaux, Skewville, Michael DeFeo, Will Barras, Kelly Burns, Abe Lincoln, Jr, Thubdercut, Judith Supine, Rekal, Maya Hayuk, Anthony Lister, Stikman, You Are Beautiful, Gore-B, Elboe-Toe, MCA, Jasmine Zimmerman, Plasma Slugs, Diego, RIPO, The Graffiti Research Lab, Txtual Healing, Mark Jenkins, Dan Witz, Iminendisaster, Rene Gagnon, and many other surprise guests.
So here are the days and times for the three day open house:
Friday, December 15th: From 11am to 5pm
Saturday, December 16th: From 11am to 5pm
Sunday, December 17th: From 11am to 5pm
On Sunday, December 17th at 3pm there will be a panel discussion with many of the artists attending.
The location is 11 Spring Street (Spring and Elizabeth). For the first time in perhaps more than 25 years, the doors of 11 Spring will be open to the public.