In his recent exhibition of paintings at Get This! Gallery, Brooklyn-based artist Austin Eddy organizes modest visual effects with an orthogenetic approach.
Faceless, the first exhibition for pop-up gallery Cousins, recently opened in an industrial garage in Brooklyn, NY.
Fragments of an Unknowable Whole at Urban Arts Space, the Ohio State University’s off-campus space for contemporary art in downtown Columbus, brought together twenty-one artists with varying approaches to lens-based art.
When this mail-art project was started, I didn’t yet know that Ortega y Gasset Projects itself was about to become landless.
NLHspace is a platform for not-for-profit artistic and curatorial experimentation. The space is always open for viewing from the street, day and night, and is open for visitors during performances, seminars, screenings and talks.
New Shelter Plan is a new contemporary, non-profit exhibition space situated in the old Carlsberg district in Copenhagen.
Open School East is an alternative school and study programme for artists and a communal space housed in the old Rose Lipman Library in De Beauvoir Town, East London.