Phos Hilaron: From the Masses Rise the Saints is an art action of exaltation and togetherness countering the current socio-political landscape. With this exhibition, Ventiko invites us to celebrate the beauty of difference that stems from various genders, races, religions, geographies, and histories. Please join us for an opening reception on March 24,from 6pm to 8pm.
“Salad Daze” is New York-based artist James Evans’ first solo show. The term ‘Salad Days’ is a reference to youthful idealism and inexperience coined by Shakespeare’s Cleopatra and repurposed by 1980s punk bands. James identified with the uncertainty and cultural naiveté this expression calls to mind as he created the works for this show.
Chinatown Soup is delighted to present “Ida Ivanka Kubler: Transcending, physical”, an exhibition of new work from the artist’s well-traveled series, “The Birth of an Idea” accompanied by mixed media sculptures, paintings, and sketches. An opening reception will take place on May 13th from 6-9PMwith collaborative programming on the 19th in observance of May as Mental Health Month.
Chinatown Soup is pleased to present Enfants du Pays, an exhibition of multimedia work by twelve artists from seven different countries curated by featured artist Nelson Niyakire. Enfants du Pays opens on Thursday, April 28th with a reception taking place from 5pm to 7pm.
CurleySussmanRise Projects presents the opening of Terrible Children, an exhibition of eight emerging artists from the New York area. Join us in consuming the works of Susannah Benjamin, Harrison Curley, Zach Krall, Maxime La, Brielle Mordant, Cat Raynor, Elise Rise, Ashley Thompson, and Gerardo Veltri.