PICTURE THIS: Awesome and Nothing to Fear

(TEMP) Art Space presents a group show
(TEMP) Art Space presents a group show

AF decided to travel downtown and off the periphery of Chinatown last January 23rd and we ended up at this group show celebrating contemporary art curated by SANE, a curatorial collective founded by Sarah Corona, Alexa Hoyer and Nadja Verena Marcin. Artists in the show areSeline Baumgartner, Nancy Barton & Mike Glass, Bjoerk (One Little Indian-Elektra Records), Ella Joyce Buckley, Shadi Harouni, Andy Hope 1930, Alexa Hoyer, Jürgen Klauke, Austin Lee, Michael Mahalchick, Nadja Verena Marcin, Adam Parker Smith, and Thomas Zummer. It was a veritable feast of diverse tidbits ranging from paintings, sculpture installations and video art. Most attendees were ecstatic to be there and circulate amidst the multitude of art on display. What an awesome way to spend on a frigid winter night. Viewing the art or creating it – there is nothing to fear but fear out there. Never be afraid of exploring the new and what’s yet unknown! Even if it’s below zero degrees. 

FEARFULAWESOME– Ecstasy, death and rebirth of a male painter

curated by SANE

On View: January 23 – February 15, 2014

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday (12 to 7 pm) or by appt.

((TEMP) Art Space New York47 Walker Street. NYC, NY 10013

 

Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

Photography by: Olya Turcihin

Cumbaya this is my ART!
Cumbaya this is my ART!
Mesmerized by the Video Art but where's the popcorn_
Mesmerized by the Video Art but where’s the popcorn
I think that big plushy thing needs a HUG!
I think that big plushy thing needs a HUG!
Perusing the colorful art and the wardrobe of those in attendance
Perusing the colorful art and the wardrobe of those in attendance
Pink makes anyone real happy to be out for Art Night
Pink makes anyone real happy to be out for Art Night
The downtown art crowd freeze framed
The downtown art crowd freeze framed
Bitter Cold Does Not Stop the Art Loving
Bitter Cold Does Not Stop the Art Loving
Oscar Laluyan

Oscar Laluyan

Oscar A. Laluyan is a critic, curator and an art writer for several online publications, . He has worked in a museum and at an art gallery founded by a former architect of Richard Meier’s firm. His passion for contemporary art is reflected and directed to seeing the future.

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