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I’ll be showing two large bodies of work (my paper series from 2007) and my recent container-ship inspired work in this 2 person show with Alejandro Guzm├ín, organized by Time Equities’ Art in Buildings program (curated by Eliana Blechman).

Opening on November 9th, 6 – 8 pm at 125 Maiden Lane in lower Manhattan, and up for 7 months (!) till May 31, 2018.

Press release here.

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I’ll be participating in a group show at the Patchogue Arts Gallery in Long Island.

Opening on November 11, 5 – 7 pm. Runs through December 30, 2017.

Details here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I am working on a project that is made possible (in part) by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. I am combining drawings of architectural details from Jackson Heights, Queens with excerpts from oral interviews with longtime residents. Here are a few preliminary drawings. Exhibition to come in early 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have been curating and organizing the new Jackson Heights Art Talk series which takes place monthly at E77 in Jackson Heights. (There are so many great artists in Jackson Heights but no venues to meet up and show work!) Our 10th talk is coming up this November 8th. Here is our FB page.

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I am happy to have participated in “The Structure of Things” at the Islip Art Museum this winter/spring curated by the indefatigable Beth Giacummo. I showed a new large-scale sculpture called Uncontained Consumption as well as four Consumerist Mandalas.

This link contains images of the Uncontained Consumption right after I installed it in the gallery.

Here are some of the Consumerist Mandalas laid out on a table (pre-install).

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I spoke as part of Open House New York on Saturday, October 15, at noon, at the MTA station I worked on. It’s 111th street on the A line in Queens.

Here are some pictures taken by Kevin Noble. I worked with KC Fabrications in Gardiner, NY. The panels are acid-etched, and water-jet cut stainless steel about 2.5 ft x 4 ft. More details here.

 

 

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Tiles from my Glimpses from A Queens Commute series are available through Auxiliary Projects in Brooklyn.

Nauset Press has some of my favorite early drawings available as digitally-printed archival prints.

 

–updated 10.29.17