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“Vague Name of Time” is a legal conveyance of the uncertain verge between resolved and unresolved complications buoying in a flow of time that are materialized in a form of dream, architecture, obsession, and inquisition. The collection of six artists’ work sound out a measurement of time, that is run by fantasy on ideal life, eternal trying to overcome the personal trauma, and questions/concerns on reality that is transcending a physical dimension of time.
Emergence: New Works by KC Tidemand is an exhibition referencing the modern limbo we face in the technological tundra. It is composed solely of two-dimensional works center around the traditional subject of the landscape. Flourishing future cities and machinery are depicted within desolate environments. With the artist's background in installation, these flat landscapes verge on the three-dimensional by virtue of how they are installed in the space.
Rabbithole is proud to present: Anonymous Reflexes Solo Exhibition by Colombian Artist Camilo Pinto 7PM Curated by: Nyahzul C Blanco
When these unsourced creatures hover over my cold nights, they prepare, they doll up, they spread color on themselves to create an interior and exterior temple just to be seen, admired, or simply displayed.
Rabbithole is proud to present "Some Things Considered" a two man exhibition with artistsEarl Funk and Chris Hamer
Opening reception Thursday, June 2 on view through Saturday, June 4 7pm to 10pm
Earl Funk I spend a lot of time thinking about ideas for artwork. Some of those ideas are clear to me right away, and end up becoming paintings very fast. Others are not so clear at first, and slowly come together in my mind over time. This collection is made up of the ideas that I've spent the most time thinking about over the past couple years.
How many different ways can a concept be translated? Find out as Joseph Barral displays his many visual interpretations of where balloons come from.
Joseph Barral is a painter and graphic artist. His Brooklyn studio / darkroom is where he creates his pieces. Working back and forth between several pieces, Joseph’s work combines, and sometimes blurs the lines between his two passions; painting and photography. Each piece influences the outcome of the other.