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From Picasso and Braque's Cubist experiments to Richard Hamilton's pop art masterpieces, collage has been a primary tool of our most forward thinking artists for more than a hundred years. The collagists in "Vitamin C" capture this innovative spirit by assembling striking pieces out of reappropriated images and found materials with technical mastery, subversive humor and imaginative beauty. This exhibition is organized by the CoFounder of the Brooklyn Collage Collective, Lizzie Gill.
Allein will be a night of celebration of finding self-worth once again, through the art of painting. Derived from the German language, allein translates into "alone", and will focus on the transition into being fully aware of how far you can take your own potential.
Random points are connected which draw new lines, and create a work. In this exhibition, we form the process and moment in artwork from each point of view. POINTS appears at a starting point, a passing point, and the intersection of us.
Artworks include paintings, photography, costumes, video, installation and space design. Each point of view creates art as two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and four-dimensional.
The artists are all Japanese who currently live in New York. We focus on a different field of work, and interact with each other as the invisible points and lines.
A game of TAG between artists of different disciplines creating new, collaborative art live at the event.
Alexis Robbins / Caitlin Sheppard / Eileen Klugh / Julie Seal / KK Mayo / The Dtore / Kory Shultz / Dylan D. Debelis / Alex Bittner / Funmilayo Martins / Frederick Gubitosi
Artists and audience are all encouraged to bring along materials that can inspire and contribute to the live art being created throughout the evening. This can be a canvas, a piece of clothing. an old photograph. song lyrics, a poem, and anything else you can think of!