Riding on the Edge through ‘Graceworld’, Rahoul Ghose

Riding on the Edge through ‘Graceworld’, Rahoul Ghose

Artist re-imagines women within motorcycle culture   Liam Marsden

Artist re-imagines women within motorcycle culture   Liam Marsden

       Visordown  

       Visordown

 

An Unvarnished Look at Women Motorcycle Riders - live interview/article on Roselli's 'The Naked Bike Project' by Corinna Mantlo

An Unvarnished Look at Women Motorcycle Riders - live interview/article on Roselli's 'The Naked Bike Project' by Corinna Mantlo

Grace Roselli's 'The Naked Bike Project' - Women and the Motorcycles They Love by John Scott Lewinski

Grace Roselli's 'The Naked Bike Project' - Women and the Motorcycles They Love by John Scott Lewinski

Click above to read Ashlinn Romagnoli's article, Gendered and Genderless Motorcyclists Connecting with Machinery - featuring Roselli's 'The Naked Bike Project'

Click above to read Ashlinn Romagnoli's article, Gendered and Genderless Motorcyclists Connecting with Machinery - featuring Roselli's 'The Naked Bike Project'

The Persistent Nature of Urgency - Works on Paper, curated by Jeff Quinn and Lowell Boyers

Mayson Gallery - 526 West 26th St, suite #310.

Martina_MV Agusta, graphite on paper, 2016


VISUAL AIDS | Postcards From the Edge

Preview and Benefit sale: January 29 - 31

 

SIKKEMA JENKINS & CO 

530 West 22nd Street, 

Chelsea, New York

 

VIP Preview: Friday, January 29,  2016, 5pm (No postcard sales) 

$50 admission includes two raffle tickets & silent auction

Artist Preview: Friday, January 29, 6-8pm, Raffle Prizes & Silent Auction 

BENEFIT SALE:  

Saturday, January 30, 10am - 6pm 

Sunday, January 31, noon - 4pm  

 

Since 1998, Visual AIDS has produced the annual Postcards From The Edge exhibition and benefit sale of original, postcard-sized works on paper by established and emerging artists.

Known within the art world as the most exciting and affordable way to add to a collectionOffered on a first-come, first-served basis, each piece is exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased.  

By participating in Postcards From the Edge artists and collectors support the activities of Visual AIDS, enabling the organization to produce AIDS-focused contemporary art programs and provide supplies and assistance to artists living with HIV/AIDS, many who are unable to continue producing work without such support. All Postcards From the Edge proceeds support the programs of Visual AIDS. Read more here  


 

OPEN (C)ALL: Up For Debate

February 5-February 28, 2016 · 10:00 AM-6:00 PM

Weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Gallery at BRIC House

FREE

 

JOIN US FOR THE OPENING RECEPTION,
FEB 4, 6-9PM!

BRIC’s second open call exhibition, presented in the Gallery of BRIC House, is open to all members of BRIC’s online Contemporary Artist Registry or those who join during the exhibition submission period. With the upcoming Presidential elections in 2016, this year’s exhibition seeks to present work that responds to current social issues and/or embodies hopes and aspirations for the future, given this time of change. Registry artists were able to submit a single work of art to be included in the show.

647 Fulton Street

(Enter on Rockwell Place)

Brooklyn, NY 11217