I’ve been working on these bad boys for a while but they’ve been on hold for about 3 months now because I’ve been very busy putting together shows. Enjoy!
For Immediate Release
@ the cell
338 W. 23rd Street (btwn 8th & 9th), New York, NY 10011
Thursday, April 5, 2012 – April 25, 2012
Opening reception: April 5, 6PM – 9PM
Curated by Dina Brodsky, Karl Koett and Tun Myaing, LINE features drawings from some of the most talented and intriguing artists in New York City on view at
the cell from April 5 – April 25, 2012.
Perhaps more so than any other form of art, drawing reveals the pure intent of the artist. Drawing does not allow for multiple revisions; it is for the artist what improvisation is for the actor. The raw talent, the creative spirit of the artist is tangible in the drawing. Thus LINE allows you a rare glimpse into the private universe of the artist, with all the intricacies of structure and elegance of creative motion revealed. Using a diversity of approaches, the artists reveal themselves as they are: inventive, sublime, thoughtful, playful, absurd – stripped of artifice and pretense.
Ranging from the inarticulate to the sharply defined in their unbroken linearity, these masterful renderings will draw you in, engage you, entrance you with the unique promise of meeting some of the most interesting and talented artists of today mind to mind. It is our sincere hope that the viewer will leave aesthetically engaged, but also with a sense of connection; that particular solace offered only by the well-crafted thoughts of an articulate mind.
Featuring Art by:
Jean Pierre Arboleda, Bonnie DeWitt, Dina Brodsky, Matthew Conner,
Cara DeAngelis, Nancy Ke Fang, Robert Fundis, Caitlin Hurd,
Karl Koett, Maria Kreyn, Michael Meadors, Guno Joe Park, David Pettibone,
Nic Rad, Misha Rosnach, Vithya Truong, Melanie Vote, Tyler Vouros
and Daniel Esquivia Zapta
With a special performance by the Art Liars
the cell, A Twenty First Century Salon™
to mine the mind, pierce the heart, and awaken the soul…