Curatorial: List of Shows
March 11, 2017
Princess Mitzi at Night of a Thousand Gowns
When drag performer, photographer, Matthew Baker approached me about locating the perfect graffiti artist to make a gown for the charity gala, Night of a Thousand Gowns, I hooked him up with the indomitable Scooter LaForge, street artist and designer for Patricia Field! Together they collaborated to make Mizi, the belle of the ball!
@Gallery + PlaceInvaders
For three days in December, 12/15-12/17, @Gallery and PlaceInvaders partnered to invade a SoHo loft and present events filled with gourmet food, fun cocktails and fine art!
Synergy, by Margeaux Walter
With art by Alexandra Kostakis, Marcy Sperry, and Margeaux Walter, filling the space with dramatic sculpture, 3D lenticular photographs, and intricately embellished canvases, PlaceInvaders entertained loyal friends with a cocktail party, tech start up, Astrix with a holiday party, and 22 adventurous diners for one of their trademark dinners!
Below are a series of installation shots. Like what you see? Consult the @Gallery SoHo-Checklist for details and pricing, and e-mail @Gallery at: email@example.com!
Alexandra Kostakis’ Chair, dancing by the bar
Margeaux Walter’s Third Wheel is featured above the couch, and her Synergy, right, near the windows where guests could walk around it and watch it move.
Alexandra Kostkis’ Man Made is perfectly framed in the bedroom doorway.
Aleaxandra’s dramatic carrot, seems to bleed color onto the bedroom floor
Left, Alexandra Kostakis’ Chair, Center, Margeaux Walters’ Third Wheel
Marcy Sperry’s Little Purity dominated the dining area
Marcy Sperry’s tiny gem, Korzo
The @Gallery information sheet with artist bios.
Download here: PI-SoHo.jpg
2014- @Gallery Curates QED gallery
Dec 20 – March 18 Three Artists
TRASH TREES: Photographic Series by Carrie Crow
FEARLESS: Mississsippi Freedom Riders by Adrian Franks
BARFLY: Paintings and Sketches by Stephen Gardner
QED: Seeing Stories
Oct 10 – Dec 15th
Artists: Howard Lerner, Margeaux Walter, Matthew Hansel
2011 – 1013: @Gallery + AlleyNYC
2013 Alley NYC: Winter, Four Artist Group Show (Jan – Feb)
Artists: Edie Nadlehaft, Vandal Expressionism, Eric Doeringer, Sztuka Fabyrka
Works by four artists from the AlleyNYC Winter show: Upper Left: Edie Nadlehaft, Big Chill, Steel and Mixed Media, 2012 Right, Vandal Expressionism, Set to the Tune of ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ 2013 Below, Eric Doeringer, Warhol / Sturevant / Pettibone
A quiet corner of Alley NYC received a meditative treatment with an urban shrine by Sztuka Fabryka and a mock Baldessari by Eric Doeringer.
2011 @Gallery + Alley NYC:
Start Up! with works by LA2
Partnering with midtown coworking space, AlleyNYC, @Gallery installed the largest collection of works by LA2 every gathered in one space. Alley members partied with the artist, and lived amongst the 60+ artworks for three months
2011: @Gallery _ 300 Broom Street
Display / Disrupt (Oct – Dec)
- Held at 300 Broome Street, NYU Housing, Host: Professor Cultural Studies, Michelle Dent, @Gallery turned Dent’s entire appartment into a ten artist gallery show. Professor Dent lived with, lectured upon, and proudly displayed the works of:
Julie Tremblay, Scooter LaForge, Kit Warren, Sztuka Fabryka, Super Future Kid, Gail Rothschild, Lisanne McTernan, Nancy Drew
- Curatorial project: Civilization and Its Discontents
The show addressed the role of postmodern art in de-sublimating societal taboos.
Artists: Olek, Nancy Drew, Kikuko Tanaka, Vanilla Royal, Super Future Kid
For works by Kikuko Tenaka, Clockwise, Hummingbirds, Still Photo from perfromance of Tragic Bambi, Empathy, and Piss Fountain
2010: @Gallery + Littlefield
- A Show about obsessions and details!
Artists: Mark DiBattista, Justin Gignac, Kit Warren, Sztuka Fabryka
2010 Assistant Gallery Director of Lucky Gallery in Redhook
- Shows: Made in Brooklyn, Back to Front
Super Future Kid at Lucky Gallery
Lucky Gallery used to be located in Redhook, and its founder/director, Laura Arena let me play there for a while! I loved it, painted the whole thing over in white like three times, and discovered the real magic of seeing new talent in its flowering. Laura Arena had a keen eye for the best, most innovative artists and I was incredibly LUCKY to find myself working alongside her.
2008 Co-curator at the Brooklyn Artist’s Gym
- Event: Brooklyn 111 Fundraiser, Oct 18-25
Worked with event planner, Kamau Ware, to curate works for BAG’s Fundraising Event & Exhibit, Helped to install show, Produced publicity materials & social media outreach.