Presenting ALIX PEARLSTEIN and PEGGY FRANCK with Arcade
Stellar Projects and Arcade present new work by Alix Pearlstein and Peggy Franck. Pearlstein’s Band Aid paintings developed in the early 1990’s in response to the AIDS epidemic and the fallout of the 1980's economic bubble. Issues concerning identity and the body, through the use of everyday materials, are revisited in a new suite of works that confront the anxiety of this current time period. Franck is known for her spatial explorations of the intersection between photography, installation, and painting.
For Stellar Projects, she creates a new wall installation exploring layered dimensions that question and celebrate gesture, in conjunction with Arcade's solo booth presentation at The Armory Show.
Join us for a party celebrating Armory Week:
Friday, March 9, 6 to 8pm
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Installation on view March 7 - 17 (Wed-Sat, 12 to 6pm)
Presenting Sum/Body and Dictionary of the Hole with COLLEEN ASPER & MARIKA KANDELAKI
Sum/Body presents a grouping of new paintings by Colleen Asper. The paintings use the vulva as a frame for signs presented in the vagina. These mise en abymes will become stations in a performance by Hole (Colleen Asper and Marika Kandelaki) of Z for Zero and K for Keyhole from their Dictionary of the Hole.
Z for Zero and K for Keyhole performance by Hole:
Thursday, March 22, 6:30pm
*Installation on view March 21 - 31 (Wed-Sat, 12 to 6pm)
Presenting JULES GIMBRONE’s Surface (Oh, Owe, Ow)—Organized by Sophie Landres
Curator and art historian Sophie Landres and Stellar Projects present an installation of new sound sculptures by Jules Gimbrone. Through various ensembles of translucent, bisected, reflective, vesseled, decomposing, liquid, and layered material, the artist explores the relationship between sound and surface, finding parallels between composition and the formation of subjectivity.
Listening event with Sophie Landres and Jules Gimbrone:
Sunday, April 8, 6pm
*Installation on view April 4 - 14 (Wed-Sat, 12 to 6pm)
Presenting NORI PAO’s Dark side down
Nori Pao debuts new works that push the material bounds of ceramics. Altering antique porcelain through experiments using volatile materials such as Lithium, Pao renders the functional form functionless, creating works that question the failing frameworks of classical beauty.
Event details forthcoming:
Friday, May 4, 6 to 8pm
*Installation on view May 2 - 12 (Wed-Sat, 12 to 6pm)
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