To commemorate the past ten years, we want to host 100 memorable exhibitions this year. You can help! We're offering an evening at Rabbithole to qualifying proposals. The artists keep 100% of their sales whether they are art sales or ticket sales. To help us cover our expenses ($100/evening), we will work to match the artists with the art lovers who want to support them. Fine Art, Film, Theatre, Performance, Music! Tell your friends and schedule your preferred date here to get started. Interested in supporting one of our artists? Click below to see what they have to offer in exchange. Be a patron for a day!
ARTISTS! CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR PREFERRED DATE AND SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL!
PATRONS! CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT ONE OF OUR UPCOMING ARTISTS!
SCHEDULE YOUR PHOTOSHOOT NOW
Rabbithole is now fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)3 charitable organization that supports the arts. This means all your donations are tax-deductible! To find out more, and to make a charitable donation, please visit our Fractured Atlas page.
The Art od Adea is Adea's firts solo show in New York exposing personal demons, infatuation, and passion from various series that are slightly twisted yet classically influenced. Come enjoy a night of visual regret.
New work by Megan Elizabeth (Art by Megan). Figure Studies, original abstract paintings, and prints.
Free entry - all are welcome!
Anonymous celebrates natural beauty, motherhood, and the journey towards a healthy acceptance of our individual beauty.
As part of the show, a group of women entrepreneurs and creatives that meets monthly in Brooklyn (The Rising Tide Society -https://www.facebook.com/groups/468906926598273/) will be participating in a group gallery wall. Each of these artists will be sharing what it means to them to be naturally beautiful as a woman.
OLD BAGS first solo exhibition in NYC. ONE NIGHT ONLY! Thursday, February 11, 2016. 6:30 - 9:30 PM FREE
OLD BAGS is a collaborative multi-disciplinary art project exploring the experience of the aging American woman. The intention is to use art to confront the anti-aging consumer culture. Poking fun at consumerism, and mockingly neutralizing a stale insult, older women have proudly stripped to their underwear and posed in front of the camera with shopping bags over their heads to create a provocative body of work.
Collage is the focal point in the work of Barcelona based visual artist - Lauro Samblás - Today his illustrations have evolved to become sculptural pieces. In his installations, conceptual compositions are dominated by saturated neon colors. After working with brands such as Perrier, Mango, Desigual and Gucci, he presents his exhibition called “Magazine“. The artist investigates and analyzes the fashion world and its advertising campaigns, where those are transformed with paint and collage. Fashion ads and art come together resulting in a radiant visual outburst.
101 Chairs is about groups of people, what makes a group and what breaks a group - presentation, liberty, ability, and qualification. Performing initially as a group, each artist is allowed a moment of self expression, around 5 minutes. During this time, the rest of the group will react together in collaboration through movement in regards to that artists decision and mode of representation, in a choreographed but unscripted relief.