August 20 20 25: Catalog 3

20 20 25 ART SALE TO BENEFIT ARTISTS AND THE COMMUNITY 20% OFF 25% TO FEED MORE AUGUST 20 - SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 We are pleased to release Catalog 3 in our current 20 20 25 sale. From August 20th through September 20th, we will release a digital catalog weekly containing works in inventory that have been discounted 20%. As before, 50% of the sale proceeds will go...

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Current Visiting Guidelines

We are delighted to welcome you to the gallery. Health and safety remain our top priority. We are taking every precaution for the well-being of our team and visitors by closely following the guidelines of the CDC and local government. We require that all visitors wear a mask during their visit. In order to maintain better social distancing, we suggest to book an appointment by calling or emailing us....

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August 20 20 25: Catalog 2

20 20 25 ART SALE TO BENEFIT ARTISTS AND THE COMMUNITY 20% OFF 25% TO FEED MORE AUGUST 20 - SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 We are pleased to release Catalog 2 in our current 20 20 25 sale. From August 20th through September 20th, we will release a digital catalog weekly containing works in inventory that have been discounted 20%. As before, 50% of the sale proceeds will go...

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20 20 25: August Relaunch

  20 20 25 ART SALE TO BENEFIT ARTISTS AND THE COMMUNITY 20% OFF 25% TO FEED MORE AUGUST 20 - SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 We are pleased to announce that we are launching another 20 20 25 sale to benefit artists and the community through Feed More. From August 20th through September 20th, we will release a digital catalog weekly containing works in inventory that have been discounted 20%. As...

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Interview with Kaveri Raina

Kaveri Raina has one work, Still, in the current group exhibition Index.   We reached out to Kaveri with some questions about her current studio practice, how things have changed during COVID, and what she is looking forward to.   Kaveri Raina, Still, 2016, Screen print on burlap, 90 x 50 inches.   Tell us about your work in this exhibition? The screenprint, Still for this exhibition is...

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Interview with Pallavi Sen

Artist Pallavi Sen has three works in our current group exhibition, Index. In this video, she talks about her works in the show and the garden that she started from seeds and has been tending to all summer. Pallavi Sen, Jacket with Puff Sleeves, 2020 and Skirt with Wide Hips, 2020   Pallavi Sen, Salad Bowl with Komatsuna, Bok Choi, Pak Choi, Mizuna, Yukina, Sorrento, 2020   Born...

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Interview with Paolo Arao

Paolo Arao makes sewn paintings that are rooted in geometric abstraction.   Paired with bold color, the works exist in a space between flags, quilts, and abstract paintings. When these textile constructions are stretched over a frame, there is both tension and softening to the shapes within them. Mending the lineage of abstraction through the use of textiles, Arao makes work that explores the elastic nature of queerness...

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Interview with Debbi Kenote

Artist Debbi Kenote has three paintings in our group exhibition, Index.   We reached out to her with a few questions about her work in the exhibition, her studio practice, and things she is looking forward to. In the video, Debbi elaborates on her abstract painting process, managing her studio practice during COVID, an upcoming residency at DNA Residency in Provincetown, and her involvement in helping to organize...

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Interview with Roberto Jamora

We reached out to Roberto Jamora with some questions about his work in our current exhibition Index, his studio practice, and things he is looking forward to.   Tell us about your work in this exhibition. And then there was three…,2017   Blue Ridge Utopia, 2020   Rural Parking Lots, 2020   Miami, June 2019, 2020 These paintings are from my series “An Inventory of Traces.” In this...

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Dragana Crnjak included in Art in Embassies program

We are pleased to announce that artist Dragana Crnjak's work is included in a current exhibition in the Art in Embassies program.   For over five decades, Art in Embassies, a program within the U.S. Department of State, has played a leading role in U.S. public diplomacy. Art in Embassies creates vital cross-cultural dialogue and mutual understanding through the visual arts and dynamic artist exchanges. Dragana Crnjak, Mending...

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