Love Blooms is a brand new series of works inspired by flowers and opens Friday June 2nd at M fine Arts Galerie in Boston. The exhibition will be on view throughout the month of June.
Opening gala reception on Saturday May 7th from 6-9pm
Format Neon at Massey Lyuben Gallery Features the paintings of Eric Helvie, Martine Johanna and Mark Knoerzer. March 2nd-April 9th 2016
Bertrand Delacroix Gallery's Winter Collective will feature the works of Mark Knoerzer, Stephane Joannes, Ayline Olukman, Federico Infante, Mitsu Haraguchi, Chizuru Morii Kaplan and Kathryn Keller Larkin as well as sculptures from artists Beth Carter and Matteo Pugliese.
Merge Exhibition presented by SONYA. The opening reception will be on Saturday, November 14th from 7-10pm at the Candy Factory located at 124 Washington St. in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Thank you to everyone who came out. I'm very grateful for your support!
I'm super excited to have my work featured in the main room at Bertrand Delacroix Gallery this spring. The opening reception will be Thursday, April 23rd from 6-8pm. The exhibition will run through May 23rd.
South of the Naval Yards Artist invites you to their 15th annual art walk. Tour artist's studios and exhibitions throughout the Forte Greene, Clinton Hill, Bedstuy, and Wallabout neighborhoods.
My work will be on display at Art Palm Beach from Jan 21st-Jan 25th 2015 at BDG's Booth.
Filmed during the 2013 Chelsea Art walk, Elevated Thinking examines the making and cultural impact of the High Line. The documentary was filmed by Great Museums Television and narrated by Susan Sarandon. The art work of Federico Infante, Mark Knoerzer, Beth Carter and Elizabeth Allison was featured in the film. It was first aired on PBS in 2014. The full documentary can be viewed on youtube
South of the Navy Yard Artists (SONYA) Violet Exhibition The opening reception is Saturday March 22nd, 2014 from 4pm to 7pm at The Rising Arts (TRA) Gallery located at 35 Claver Place in Brooklyn.
A Season In Review: December 19th-Febuary 1st at Bertrand Delacroix Gallery. The show will include works from Ardan Özmenoglu, Federico Infante, Peter Martensen, Quentin Garel, Mark Knoerzer, Stéphane Erouane Dumas, Elizabeth Allison and Ayline Olukman.
SALONUKAH OPENING RECEPTION November 29th. 7-10pm. Recession Art is submitting all of our wall space to all artists who have shown in our previous exhibitions. Without premeditation, our walls will fill up piece-by-piece as artists bring with them, a maximum of two works, which they themselves have selected, transforming our gallery into a bricolage of styles, sensibilities and pricing. All works will be for sale, and will remain on the wall throughout our series.
Ephemeral Planes: Curated by Misha Tyutyunik featuring the work of SONYArtists: Michael Miller, Mary Chang, Mark Knoerzer, Kiik Create and Jamal Ince. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1st. 8-10pm. 945 Fulton Street
Summer Collective Part 1 will feature the works of Elizabeth Allison, Stephane Dumas, Frederico Infante, Mark Knoerzer and Beth Carter. The show will be on display from July 11- Aug. 17th, 2013 at the Bertrand Delacroix Gallery located at 535 West 25th Street.
Showcasing the vibrancy of Chelsea’s summer art exhibitions, galleries and art spaces throughout the neighborhood will welcome visitors on Thursday, July 25, for the 4th Annual Chelsea Art Walk. Galleries will be open until 8pm hosting artist talks, receptions, and other special events. The Chelsea Art Walk is free and open to the public, with festivities taking place from 5-8pm. Chelsea Art Walk is a community-based collaborative event organized to encourage new audiences for exciting group exhibitions and special projects only on view during the summer. Over the last three years, Chelsea Art Walk has welcomed thousands of visitors for this one-night-only event, spanning venues from 19th to 29th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue.
Featuring the work of Mark Knoerzer, Stephane Dumas, Federico Infante and Quentin Garel. Opening reception Thursday, June 6th, 6-8pm. The show will run from June 6th-July 6th and is located at 535 West 25th St. Between 10th and 11th Ave.
Opening in collaboration with the Bushwich Open Studio May 31st-June 2nd. Curated by Kaitlyn Hamilton. BCH Gallery 44 Wilson Ave. Brooklyn, NY. Exhibition on view from May 31st-June 14th, 2013
My Sculpture is the backdrop for a round table interview with the producers of the Morton Downey Jr. Show throughout Evocateur.
Before entire networks were built on populist personalities; before reality morphed into a TV genre; the masses fixated on a single, sociopathic star: controversial talk-show host Morton Downey, Jr. In the late ‘80s, Downey tore apart the traditional talk format by turning debate of current issues into a gladiator pit. His blow-smoke-in-your-face style drew a rabid cult following, but also the title “Father of Trash Television.” ÉVOCATEUR: THE MORTON DOWNEY JR. MOVIE dissects the mind and motivation of television’s most notorious agitator. This film is scheduled to be released in June 2013 by Magnolia Pictures
During a studio visit Max told Risa about an idea for a show of artists’ proposals for fantastic, nearly impossible exhibitions. Risa was quite taken by the idea, and some months later, when the opportunity to curate this exhibition arose, she thought it might be the right time to manifest Max’s idea. But then! she ran into a friend, a film critic, who is currently obsessed with some short films made by Godard in lieu of written proposals to potential funders. He was having trouble getting films financed in the late 70s and 80s, and instead of filling out applications for funding, he made these shorts that were meant to encapsulate the theory and content of the longer films he wanted to make. These shorts now stand as works in-and–of themselves. BIG FUTURE will showcase finished works that have never been shown before and represent the idea of an as-yet unrealized piece or collection of pieces.