Ian Carr’s exhibition at AOT Project Salon has been well received by the public, other galleries, and critics. Please join us on Sunday, February 22nd from 6-8p for his Closing Reception. Followed by an intimate AOTPS benefit concert by Scott and Rosanna! douglas-turner.com #AOTProjectSalon
“Pictographic” Modern Hieroglyphs—A commissioned mural celebrating the diverse and spirited art community of New York’s East Village! OPENING RECEPTION MONDAY FEB 9TH 6P AT PANGEA 178 SECOND AVE. MUSIC BY DJ PETE MCGILL. Jody Morlock is an accomplished artist based in New York city. Her work is represented by Comerford Collection, Bridgehampton, NY and has been shown throughout the country. She has shown work at Clic Gallery, as well as reGeneration at ABC Carpet and Home. She has created work for a number of interior designers and firms including Campion Platt and Jeffrey Beers International for Todd English’s Ça Va restaurant.
In an expanded interview from our Beautiful Savage Magazine article, Carr speaks more about technique and collected ideas of art and it’s depiction of the World as it really exists. The Architecture of Tomorrow by Douglas Turner New York-based art and cultural criticism, news, and reviews.
AOT PROJECT SALON LAUNCH EXHIBITION: Ian J. Carr Select Drawings Friday Jan. 16th 6-9p | From Visual Art to Performance Art, “The Architecture of Tomorrow” Project Salon at The Wedge House is a place of intimate showcases, curated by writer and critic Douglas Turner. On view by through February 25th, by appointment or Sunday Open House in January and Feb 1st, 8th, 22nd 2-6p
Guglielmo Achille Cavellini’s Centennial Celebration is underway this week in New York City. On view at LYNCH THAM and Whitebox
INTERVIEW: Joseph Pang Willets Point—The Perception of Making Beauty. Joseph Pang and Art Critic Douglas Turner talk about the hidden beauty of the everyday, and his recent work inspired by the Willets Point Auto Salvage and Repair neighborhood in New York City, and two shows… one in New York, the other in Seoul.
Last evening the Lower East Side Girls Club hosted a beautiful gala event, we’re attendees were treated to a tour of the $20 Million facility, as well as performances by the Girls Club choir and step team. Created 18 years ago to fill a huge gap in services and opportunities for girls aged 6-23.
On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 at LYNCH THAM Gallery, Pedro Calapez created his broken line installation on the occasion of the artist’s United States debut Exhibition—”meadow-curtain-round-broken line.”
Now on view PEDRO CALAPEZ at LYNCH THAM Gallery, 175 Rivington. “The seminal exhibition of new works by leading Portuguese contemporary artist Pedro Calapez, marking the debut of the artist’s work in the United States.”
RSVP to attend a one night only Broken Language Show at REVERSE SPACE hosted by Beautiful Savage Magazine. The work of Ian J. Carr on view August 9th from 6pm-9pm