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Juried Show TRANSFORMATION - 2018


Exhibition: December 7 - 21, 2018

Place: Gallery MC: 545 West 52 Street, New York, NY 10019

Opening Event: December 7, 2018 @ 6:30 PM

Networking event for artists: December 8, 2018 @ 2 PM

See the EXHIBITION PROGRAM and Event Schedule - Sign Up for the Opening Event HERE


Dong Kyu Kim, Ashley Garner, Dieneke Tiekstra, Hisayasu Takashio, Antanas Adomaitis, Yang Mai, Yong Chen, Cheryl Maeder, Sena Kwon, Parisa Ghaderi, Francis Milloy, Maki Fujita, Anna Park, Kristen Palana, Ruth Jeyaveeran, Norbert Garcia, Jingmei Han, Layla Love, Leslie Fry, Jenny E. Balisle, Michele Antenorcruz, Diana Biscaioli, Fiwart, Loren Abbate, Maryamsadat Amirvaghefi, Nicolas Vionnet, Elody Gyekis, Mark McDermott, HakChul Kim, Catherine Adams, Hildegunn Solbø, Mark Harrington, Samantha Passaniti, Allen Terrell, Guli Silberstein, Elham Ataeiazar, Izumi Yokoyama, Despina Zografos, Kiley Ames, Miguel del Rey Vergara, Alain Licari, Ben Pell, Roshan Houshmand 

Featured Project: Ashley Garner, Lauren Karaman, and Rachel Yamshon introduce their photography project 36-24-36 in a first solo show presented as part of the exhibition “Transformation”. Circle Discussion and Performance: DECEMBER 12 @ 6 PM

A week long artist residency is offered to Dieneke Tiekstra, Netherlands


“Bits and pieces”, Dieneke Tiekstra 

The intriguing of time and future. Curious about the world of 100 or 1000 years later? Is the evolution of man impressive? And will evolution be even more impressive? Are changes suddenly going faster because of the digital time frame? Man becomes more machine and the machine becomes more and more human. Can we live in the future with a leg or an arm less? Will we become the future Gods? Will we disappear in the future in digital clouds? Do we fall from bits to pieces?

Man keeps on moving. A movement that is still just in balance. The puzzle figure on the wall represents the present now. She seems to connect with the present and the past. The other figures are moving towards the future. Movement indicates a certain time. Time is important. The figures dive from the past to the future, as it were. The future will always remain a puzzle or will the puzzle pieces of life ever fall into place?

Material: puzzle pieces, reinforcing steel, end thread, wood- and modified polyurethane glue, cardboard, polyurethane foam.

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