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Damien A Roman Fine Art
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 23, 6pm - 9pm
On View: July 23 to August 8, 2015
Damien A Roman Fine Art and One Art Space present Group Summer.
The collaboration between DARFA and OAS continues with a final group show before our summer break.
Featuring a selection of new work by:
Francesco Lo Castro
Williamsburg on Warren
Opening Reception: Friday, June 12, 6pm - 10pm
On View: June 13 to July 7, 2015
Curated by Dam Stuhltrager, Cris Dam and Leah Stuhltrager.
Featuring artwork by:
Loren J. Munk
Disney Nasa Borg
The Art Sprinter
Emerging Jewish Artists Awards 2015
On View: June 3 to June 8, 2015
The Art Sprinter Emerging Artists Awards is dedicated to showcasing talented emerging artists in the Jewish community. The project is a part of Council of Jewish Emigre Community Organizations (COJECO) BluePrint Fellowship program that is generously funded by the UJA-Federation of New York and Genesis Philanthropy Group.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 27, 6pm-8pm
On View: May 26 to May 31, 2015
DifFRactions Théâtre is proud to announce its new multidisciplinary production:
The Workroom (L'Atelier) and the Exhibit Love Letters A tribute to the victims of the Holocaust, and a commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII, “The Workroom” takes place in the centre of Paris, in the workroom of a tailor shop owned by Jewish Eastern-European immigrants. It begins a few months after the liberation of Paris. Léon and Hélène have reopened the workroom and now employ Madame Laurence, Gisèle, Mimi, Marie, and Simone. All these lives cross paths with each other in this tragicomedy where laughter and tears succeed one another, and raise the same single question: how does one keep on living after the trauma of the war and the Holocaust?
Author: Jean-Claude Grumberg
Director: Samantha Grassian
Translator: Catherine Temerson
Dance Choreographer: Line Haddad
Exhibiting artist: Julian Harris
Assistant Director and Graphic Designer: Justine Perrin
Performers: Judy Alvarez, Nathalie Bryant, Diana Craig, Grant Emerson, Brigette Estola, Gil Gilead, George R Golden, Cara Moretto, Katerina Tannenbaum, and Alex Valdivia.
Set and Lighting Designer: Hao Bai
Music Composer: Whitney George
Photo and Video Projection Designer: Robert Morton
Costume Designer: Varachon Roongsri
Hair and Makeup: Christine Gagnon
Producer: DifFRactions Théâtre
Tuesday, May 26 at 8 pm
Wednesday, May 27 at 8:30pm (combined with the Love Letters exhibition opening at 6 pm – discover the artworks of artist Julian Harris, the backstage and the play’s set design)
Thursday, May 28 at 2pm & at 8pm
Friday, May 29 at 8pm
Saturday, May 30 at 2pm & at 8pm
Sunday, May 31 at 2pm
To purchase tickets email CLICK HERE or call (646)852-7769.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 14, 6pm-9pm
On View: May 15 to May 24, 2015
Damien A Roman Fine Art and One Art Space are pleased to announce the opening of Fantastic Planet, an exhibition of recent work by Gentleman's Game, a collaboration of artists Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin.
Friend and Griffin, collectively working as Gentleman's Game since 2011, have explored the themes of mythology, technology, history and mortality viewed through the murky waters of the Atlantic, the vast ocean that covers nearly the entire surface of their Fantastic Planet.
This seminal exhibition of the young, New York artists collaborative work boasts the most complete selection of paintings from their Atlantic storyline displayed to date. In this show, Gentleman's Game will debut a new collection of previously unexhibited works titled Landlords, their latest addition to this epic saga.
Xingyi Hu: Unidentified - Paintings and Installations
Opening Reception: Friday, April 24, 6pm-9pm
On View: April 25 to May 7, 2015
Hu Xing Yi extends his work from paintings to three-dimensional mediums and spaces. In Identity Eliminating
System, he continues to discuss human character and individuality, or the lack of them in the current social
environment. Some of the pieces in the exhibition include face casts of people from all walks of life. These faces fill
up all sorts of rice bowls and take-out boxes. Other pieces are large casted iron woks with vaguely painted faces
inside, and birdcages with live birds pecking breads made from the casts of artist’s own face.
Dreams once we had are now being rapidly consumed by realities. And our identities are being consumed
by our living. Our identities are voluntarily or involuntarily switched, eliminated or reconstituted. The results are
frustrations - conscience is consumed by materialism and human characters are canceled by desires. In the work,
faces have been copied and reproduced again and again, and become distorted from reality, as if our identities had
been slowly lost and obscured. What this work subliminally reveals is a poetic aesthetics and social and humanistic
connotation. Through his art, the artist explores and contemplates his own being and his role in a social group, and
the responsibilities such a role bears.
In this installation, the live birds peck and eat the breads made from the artist’s face casts. Its symbolism expresses the helplessness in the current social and cultural environment where idealism, human nature and individuality are being put under house arrest, consumed and eliminated. In this helplessness, people can only immerse in the vicious circle of senseless and excessive acts of being consuming and consumed. People of different identities are lost in the entrapment of their own dreams. The rice bowls and take-out boxes in the exhibition are also full of cultural significance and specific symbolism. Some of the faces held inside the bowls and boxes are without expressions, some are soulless and some are contorted and distorted, as if they were the malformed creatures produced by the modernization of a specific social setting and by the pressing from a collective consciousness. The expressionistic paintings and as well as the installation objects that remind the kind of philosophical significance in Joseph Beuys’ works, present to us many layers of meanings and the tension of thoughts, and at the same time spark introspection and self-examination.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 20, 6pm-9pm
On View: March 20 to April 15, 2015
Featuring the artworks of:
Hannah Faith Yata
Jean Pierre Arboleda
Jean Paul Mallozzi
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 5, 3pm-10pm
On View: March 6 to March 8, 2015
Additional program includes:
Saturday, March 7: Performance Night, Hosted by Igor Molochevsky, 6pm-9pm
Sunday, March 8: Poetry by Natasha Romanova, Sound by Gok, 6pm-9pm
Entrance is free and open to the public.
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 18, 6pm-9pm
On view: December 18, 2014 - January 8, 2015
Curated by Diego Ponce
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Book Launch and Group Show
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 6, 6pm-9pm
On view: November 7 - December 6
100 Painters of Tomorrow hits New York City! The official book launch for the acclaimed
book comes to the Big Apple. 100 Painters of Tomorrow is authored by Kurt Beers and
published by Thames & Hudson and has been critically praised as the intelligent, concise guide
to the formative painters of the future.
Visit the exhibition's official website.
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 25, 6pm - 9pm
On view: September 26 - October 16
ONE ART SPACE is pleased to present Shadows a solo exhibition of Barcelona based Uruguayan artist Pablo Bruera.
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Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 23, 6pm - 9pm
On View: July 24 - August 29
ONE ART SPACE is pleased to present “Eyesight is Insight” a Summer Exhibition featuring a group of
New York and London based artists.
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Opening Reception: Friday, May 23, 6pm - 9pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, May 24, 4pm - 5pm
On View: May 24 to July 6, 2014
Opening Exhibition: Thursday, May 8, 6pm – 8pm
Join Tribeca artists Mother’s Day weekend as they open their studio spaces,
free to the public. Get a rare peek into the inner workings of the artist’s studios,
see how art is produced, buy directly from the artist.
Go to TOASTartwalk.com for event updates.
On View: Thursday, April 3 – Saturday, April 5, 11am – 8pm / Sunday, April 6, 11am – 6pm
One Art Space is inviting you to be our guest at Affordable Art Fair.
We are bringing 6 wonderful artists:
Please RSVP by email to email@example.com and we will send you an online ticket.
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Queens College, CUNY. Opening Reception: Saturday, March 22, 6pm-9pm
On View: March 17 - March 26, 2014
Terry Smith. Opening Reception: Thursday, February 20, 6pm-9pm
On View: February 20 - March 6, 2014
Terry Smith represents a surprisingly uncommon strand in the practice of contemporary art in the UK. His practice,
which has been developing over twenty-five years, has its roots in Anti-Form European and American conceptualism.
And although Smith studied at Goldsmiths and was working in London throughout the heyday of the YBAs,
he was never seduced by the glamour and high profile achievements of his contemporaries preferrings
to pursue his investigations into the way in which the complexities of ideas, materials and the everydays
can combine to make poetic statements that predate the fluidity of an art scene that has steereds
clear of any strong uniform trend.
One Art Space has invited the British Artist Terry Smith to make a pop show at their New York Gallery to help
support a project called twenty three lines, a collaborative performance work at the National Art Schools
in Havana Cuba. This exhibition called PROJECTSPACE follows on from an exhibition last year at the
Drawing Center Lab space in a show called Document.
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Presented by James Goldcrown.
On View: Tuesday, February 4, 6pm-9pm
Join James Goldcrown for his upcoming show, Hunger Game, his 12-year examination of fashion photography.
His perspective was shaped by years of editorial, runway and behind the scenes access to this elite world.
With competitive behavior, long exhausting hours, and bizarre dieting, what may come across as a glamorous
life is not at all.
Models at runway shows seem much like food. The designer is the chef, their assistants prep the food and then
pass it to the head chef. The food is sent out to the restaurant that admires it (her) for a second; the diners
become satiated; and then they move onto their next meal. Come experience a unique show that encapsulates
the fashion world in a distinct way: Hunger Game.
Painted and Burnt. Opening Reception: Thursday, December 12, 6pm-9pm
On View: December 12, 2013 - January 7, 2014
Curated by Villa del Arte Galleries – Barcelona.
One Art Space is exhibiting for the first time in New York the work of the Dutch artist
Christiaan Lieverse (1971) in a solo show.
The twenty works on display demonstrate the artist’s fascination for the contrast between
the imperfect and the ideal, coldness and empathy, the natural and the artificial.
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5 X 5 Real Unreal. Opening Reception: Thursday, November 7, 6pm-9pm
On View: November 7-30, 2013
Curated by Rolando Carmona and Conor Risch.
Nathan Anspaugh, Nayari Castillo, Zhivago Duncan, J. Henry Fair, Richard Garet, Pepe López,
Justin Maxon, Yucef Merhi, Juan Carlos Rodriguez and Daniel Shea.
5X5 REAL UN REAL, is the 4th edition of our signature exhibition 5X5, which combines the work of
five artists from Venezuela en five artists from the United States, the exhibition travels to both countries
along with the artists and curators strengthening the ties of friendship between both countries through art.
Nurturing Healing Love. Reading and Book Signing: Wednesday, October 30, 6pm-9pm
Please join us for an evening of honor and support to celebrate the book launch of Nurturing Healing Love.
On December 14, 2012, Scarlett Lewis experienced something that no parent ever should:
she lost her son Jesse in an act of unimaginable violence. Following the Newtown School shooting
and Jesse’s death, Scarlett went on an unexpected journey, inspired by a simple three-word message
he had scrawled on a chalkboard in their home: nurturing healing love.
Nurturing Healing Love is Scarlett’s story of how choosing love is changing her life — and how
it could change our world.
Proceeds from book sales will go to Jesse Lewis Foundation. For more infomation, please visit jesselewischooselove.org
Superheroes. Opening Reception: Thursday, October 3, 6pm-9pm
Preview: Wednesday, October 2, 2013
On View: October 3 - 24, 2013
The inspiration for this body of work came in New York during the last two years. The artist explores
issues of individual identity in a fast-changing world where anchoring points are disappearing.
These themes, familiar in Maria’s work, take a new twist here as emotions are amplified by the
uniquely fast-paced rhythm of the archetypal metropolis, New York.
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Artist Talk and Reception: Thursday, September 12, 6PM-9PM
On View: August 28 - September 24, 2013
Puzzle. Mixed media on paper. 12in x 10in. 2011.
MFA Group Show. Opening Reception: Thursday, August 1, 6pm-9pm
On View: August 1- 22, 2013
Artist Talk: Thursday, August 22, 2013, 6pm-8pm
Join us on Thursday evening, August 22nd, for an Artist’s Talk on the closing night of
City’s Six at One Art Space. The artists and curators will speak about their work, their practices,
and the art world today. Audiences will enjoy a roaming tour through the gallery by the artists
and curators as we pause in front of individual works to elaborate, reflect, and have a conversation.
Refreshments will be served.
One Art Space Gallery is pleased to present City’s Six, a group exhibition of New York City based
artists publicly showcasing their artwork together for the first time. The artists: Sasha Cohen, Andrea
Coronil, Gayla Martin, Shannon McBride, Katie Simpson Spain and Alison White are the City College
of New York’s MFA Spring 2013 graduating class. Each artist relates to her materials differently,
but seen as a group, the work creates a dialogue based on viewer interaction and exploration of
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Launch Charity Fundraiser. Press Preview: Thursday, July 25, 7pm - 8pm
Open to Invite Only: Thursday, July 25, 6pm - 10pm
Cultures of Love (www.culturesoflove.com) a for profit fashion ecommerce
website that supports social responsibility, launches on July 25th 2013 with a charity event
fundraiser for the Spectrum Designs Foundation and premier of the first socially responsible short
film #LIVE2LOVE at One Art Space, 23 Warren Street New York, NY. Cultures of Love is the
perfect marriage of fashion and philanthropy. Customers are provided with an
opportunity to make a fashion statement while being an advocate for social change.
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Tribeca Animal Totem. Opening Reception: Saturday, June 29, 11am-5pm
On View: June 29 - July 16, 2013
A Social Practice Sculpture By The Tribeca Community
Artist and sculptor, Seth Aylmer, is currently working in schools and parks around
the Tribeca area to create a series of animal drawings with local children and adults.
These drawings are then being transferred onto tiles to cover the pedestal of a final sculpture.
The community’s drawings will be displayed alongside the pedestal at One Art Space.
Seth will then produce the final sculpture, an animal cast in bronze, in the Fall of 2013. The visual
style of the work will be a synthesis of the collected drawings, making the Totem a true
creation of the community.
Under Construction. Opening Reception: Thursday, June 13, 7pm-10pm
On View: June 13 - June 26, 2013
Effective Immediately. Opening Reception: Thursday, May 2, 6pm-9pm
On View: May 2 - May 24, 2013
CODES, One Night Pop-up Art Show
On View: Thursday, April 25, 7pm-11pm
To attend, please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information coming soon.
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 23, 6pm - 9pm
On View: March 23 - April 2, 2013
In urban design, the term “shared space” refers to an area where demarcating features br> such as traffic signs, road markings and curbs are removed in order to heighten br> the awareness of drivers, cyclists and pedestrians of each other’s presence. By increasing br> the sense of uncertainty, those who enter a shared space tend to become more attentive br> to others. A shared space necessitates an ongoing negotiation.
The 2013 Queens College MFA exhibition takes its title from this idea that those br> who enter a shared space must acknowledge the presence of others with different practices, br> vehicles, speeds, and methods of working. This exhibition similarly recognizes and br> highlights the distinct bodies of work that each artist has developed over the course br> of their time at Queens College.
Curated by Liz Park
Through Windows. Opening Reception: Thursday, February 21, 6pm - 9pm
On View: February 21 - March 16, 2013
Michele Krauss is an abstract impressionist who resides in New York. Chilean born and widely traveled, she has recently created her latest series of works that incorporate her signature elements of fluid movement contrasted with precise geometric shapes. This series, "Through Windows," continues portraying feminine ethereal color intruded by severe masculine areas. By juxtaposing basic geometric shapes with texture, color and line, the artist creates unique pieces of work that feature abstract and innovative landscapes. Now, however, she further incorporates perspective, asking "Are we looking out thorough the window,
The twelve pieces play on her impressionistic use of shadow and light, while the titles beckon the viewer into each scene. For example, "Do You Love Me," (image attached) evokes the passion enveloping and overcoming the innocent serenity, while the "window," implies the male principle—but whether it is the cause or bystander of the scene is for the viewer to decide. Krauss's work entices her audience to journey and contemplate within each canvas. She is frequently playful—either in title, "Uh Oh," or in concept, "Amuse Me."
Krauss has established herself both nationally and internationally. Her work has been exhibited in numerous reputable contemporary art fairs, and in solo and group exhibits in Italy, France, Australia, Chile, and the United States. Her work can be found in private collections worldwide.
Michele Krauss’ “Through Windows” will open at One Art Space located at 23 Warren Street (between Church and Broadway) on the evening of Thursday, February 21st, from 6 to 9 pm. Her work will be available to view from February 22 to March 16, Tuesday – Saturday, 11:30 am – 6 pm.
Solo Art Exhibition. Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16 from 5pm–9pm
On View: February 16–18, 2013
Artist of three top sales picture-book in Japan, Akihiro Nishino makes way to New York! Gratifying many through multiple exhibitions in Japan, Nishino's next wish is to bring his works to New York.
In order to raise money, Nishino called for help at "CAMPFIRE" (http://camp-fire.jp/) a cloud funding platform. He called for patronage, presented his art postcards or even new creation for the patron in return.
Over 400 people have backed up his challenge for total of more than $40,000.
He will bring his emotionally-fueled works to One Art Space.
Who is Nishino? A Japanese comedian and host of popular TV shows.
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 17, 6pm - 9pm
On View: January 17 - February 2, 2013
One Art Space presents the American artist Evans Woollen in a solo exhibition.
Love Letters And Other Works. Opening Reception: Thursday, November 15, 6pm - 9pm
Artist Talk: December 6, 6pm
On View: November 15 - January 4, 2012
One Art Space presents the artist Julian Harris in a solo exhibition.
The artist will be exhibiting at least 25 pieces ranging in size from 6 by 6 inches to 8 by 8 feet. The main focus
of the show will be inspired by the letters he discovered written between his family during the Holocaust.
They will be presented in many ways — from 6 foot resined canvases, to the original bundles of letters
tied with string, to a letter-wrapped suitcase.
There will also be an intense “performance piece” during which he will open a sealed letter that was undeliverable
and censured by the Nazis.
The Body and Beyond. Opening Reception: Thursday, October 4, 6pm - 9pm
On View: October 4 - October 27, 2012
One Art Space presents the artist couple Robert Bianchi and Lynn Bianchi in a duo exhibition.
El Hase. Opening Reception: Thursday, September 20, 6pm - 9pm
On View: September 20 - September 29, 2012
One Art Space presents the Venezuelan artist Sergio Barrio in a solo exhibition.
Unwritten: Chile. Opening Reception: Thursday, August 23, 5pm - 7:30pm
On View: Thursday, August 23, 2012, 12pm - 7:30pm.
Gift with purchase: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m
One Art Space presents nine Chilean fashion designers breaking preconceived notions,
creating a new material vocabulary.
Wrestlers, Bunnies, Skeletons & Such. Opening Reception: Tuesday, August 14, 7pm - 10pm
On View: August 14 - 18, 2012
One Art Space presents the artist Brady Smith in a solo exhibition.
Broadway. Opening Reception: Thursday, June 7, 6pm - 9pm
On View: June 7 - June 28, 2012
One Art Space presents the artist Peter Stanick in a solo exhibition.
An Englishman in New York. Opening Reception: Thursday, July 12, 6pm - 9pm
On View: July 12 - August, 7 2012
One Art Space presents the artist Rod Craig in a solo exhibition.
Manifestations. Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17, 6pm - 9pm
On View: May 11 - June 2, 2012
One Art Space presents the artist Is Schuster in a solo exhibition.
On View: April 12 - May 3, 2012. Opening Reception: Thursday, April 12, 6pm - 9pm
Artist Talk: Friday, April 27, 6pm - 8pm
One Art Space presents the artist Michael Ingui in a solo exhibition.
Pertaining to the Character.
On View: March 21 - April 3, 2012
Curated by Michelle Levy
"A snapshot of recent work by Queens College MFA students, Pertaining to the Character is an exhibition that calls upon the imbued characteristics of things. These things are materials: whether they be discarded objects, natural bodies, architectural structures, ancestral crafts, forms of currency, paper, or paint. The artists, hailing from diverse backgrounds, all show great respect for the characteristics of the materials they source, exploiting the potentials of transformation."
Content. On view: February 23 - March 15, 2012
One Art Space presents the artist Andres Michelena in a solo exhibition.
"Content" is a metalinguistic proposal that explores the possible limits of perception and the assimilation of the artistic fact through what could be defined as visual haikus, or even visual koans. Everyday objects, unresolved situations, metamorphosis and quotes from universally recognized works are presented as aerial views of small Zen gardens, wherein the challenge consists in their frugality, synthesis and austerity - all essential qualities in achieving an equilibrium/disequilibrium which starts from a quiet reserve, without thereby losing the possibility of the playful and the anecdotal.
Big Picture. On view: February 2 - 18, 2012
One Art Space presents the American artist John Boone in a solo exhibition.
"Idioms are the perfect folk art. They belong to no one, are not authored by anyone and are used by all who use English. I collect them, edit them, arrange them and hand paint them in an italicized digital font of my design. The font is technical, empirical and precise while it carries a wide variety of mostly imprecise and casual subject matter. Basically, it is a low tech reflection of commonly expressed thoughts through high tech signage. With roots in Pop, Conceptual, Fluxus, advertising and journalism my artworks are short hand communication prompts." -John Boone
Holiday Art Show
Group Exhibition, December 8 - 29, 2011
Surrounded, November 17 - December 3, 2011
The poignant influence of New York City on the lives and artwork of four powerful, emerging Latin American artists.
Ra Gamboa - Mexico
Renzo Ortega - Peru
Luciana Toyos - Argentina
Juan Gabriel Zorrilla - Colombia
Nostalgia, November 6 - November 13, 2011
A group exhibition of nine artists, nine ways of seeing, different subjects, all in NYC. Some have been here longer than others. But somehow, you can tell they all came from Caracas.
Nostalgia brings together the works of Anita Pantin, David Foote, Lucia Vera, Maria Schon, Mariana Martin Capriles, Marisela La Grave, Pilita Garcia Ezquivel, Sergio Hase Barrios, and Valeria Cordero employing a range of styles and methodologies including, video, collage, painting, photography, sculpture and installation. Aside from the conspicuous connection of nationality, each work selected for this exhibition shares in transmitting a certain element of reminiscence, and nostalgia.
There is a fleeting moment in every piece where one can see whether in a subliminal or more blatant sense a longing for some aspect of the tropics.
Conversation With Ancestors. Opening Reception: Thursday, October 13, 6pm - 9pm
On View: October 13 - November 3, 2011
One Art Space presents new work by Vietnamese artist Thomas Dang Vu.
Vital Signs. Opening Reception: Thursday, September 8, 6pm - 9pm
On View: September 8 - October 6, 2011
One Art Space presents new work by noted self-taught American artist Daniel Belardinelli.
Mirror Ball. Opening Reception: Thursday, July 21, 6pm - 9pm
On View: July 21 - August 25, 2011
One Art Space presents the American artist Blake Shirley in a solo exhibition.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 26, 6pm - 9pm
On View: May 26 - July 14, 2011
Inaugural Exhibition Showcases work by Venezuela’s Felipe Herrera
Attack of the Block
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 17, 6 - 9pm.
On View: Thursday, 9/17/2015 to Saturday, 10/10/2015
Damien A Roman Fine Art and One Art Space are pleased to present Attack the Block, a concise survey of contemporary street art in America, September 18 through October 10, 2015. This exhibition opens with a public reception for the artists Thursday, September 17, 6 - 9pm.
Co-curated by Damien A Roman, Tim Conlon and Alex Emmart, Attack the Block features work by 25 street artists whose art is intricately linked to their urban environment. This diverse exhibition includes many subgenres within street art such as Pop Surrealism, Geometric Abstraction, Figural, Sociopolitical and classic Graffiti.
All over America, in every city, artists are currently changing the landscape. Armed with wheat-paste, brushes, stencils, spray enamel and other tools of their trade, these devoted ambassadors of art prowl the streets looking to utilize the urban landscape as their canvas. Whether the artists' impetus is to beautify urban blight or instigate a dialog within the community, there is no ignoring the creative mark that these artists are making and the international art world has taken notice.
The co-curators of Attack the Block have teamed up with One Art Space to bring the best street artists from around the country, and the world, to the definitive center of the street art universe, New York City. Artists participating in Attack the Block range from future stars to established forces within the global art community. Many have had their work exhibited in important museums and galleries including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, NY, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Deitch Projects and the Corcoran Gallery of Art just to name a few. Profiles of these artists and their work have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Artnews, Juxtapoz, the New York Daily News, The Observer, High Fructose and many more relevant publications.