• Photo story: Teresa Henriques and Arianna Carossa at Rooster Gallery


    IMG_6441In “Prospective,” Teresa Henriques (b.1978) unveils the projects, sketches and scale models for her soon-to-come Museum shows, which will take place in some of the largest institutions in the world.

    Teresa Henriques is a Rooster represented artist. She holds a MFA in Fine Arts by the School of Visual Arts of New York (2010). She did the Location One residency in New York (2006/07). She was awarded two times grants from Calouste Gulbenkian Fundation and Luso-American Foundation (2008-10) (2006-07). Henriques last solo exhibits were “Problem,” Rooster Gallery, NY (2011), “Use the Resources”, Pedro Oliveira Gallery, Porto (2010) and “Aleatograph” Sala do Veado, Museum of Natural History, Lisbon (2008). She has shown at Perry Rubenstein Gallery (“Plus One,” curated by Dan Cameron), and SVA Gallery (“Thanks… but it`s actually on purpose,” curated by Augusto Arbizo) in New York, Modern Art Center of the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, Galeria Pedro Oliveira in Oporto and Galeria Sete (“13:7,” curated by Miguel Amado) in Coimbra.


    Teresa Henriques: Prospective

    Exhibition Dates: March 20 to April 20


    Writing via Press Release provided by the Gallery

    Photos by Jamie Martinez








    THE BATHROOM Project Space by Arianna Carossa

    A bathroom is one of the most recognizable spaces. Whether at home or in a public place, once you enter such a space, the message emanating from all its elements and objects leaves no doubt as to its function. The tiles, the toilet and the roll of paper next to it, the washbasin and the soap, the bathtub or the shower, all contribute to the idea of an arena where scatological functions and hygienic ablutions take place. Because of its fundamental but distinctive purpose, this is a space where social gatherings do not often take place, at least from a contemporary perspective.


    Writing via Press Release provided by the Gallery

    Photos by Jamie Martinez









    Project Space: Arianna Carossa

    March 26 – April 19th


    Hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to
    7pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

    Address: 190 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002



    Jamie Martinez

    Jamie Martinez

    Jamie Martinez is the founder and publisher of ARTE FUSE contemporary art platform. His process involves constructing, deconstructing and fragmenting images, data, and information geometrically into triangulated segments and is also the founder/director of The Border Project Space in Brooklyn. Jamie studied at the International Fine Arts College, Fashion Institute of Technology and the Art Students League. Follow him @triangulism (instagram and twitter)

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