The New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) is pleased announce they will be hosting a pop-up exhibition on February 18 at 5pm at LAUNCH F-18 Gallery in New York City in conjunction with the 2017 College Art Association Conference. The exhibition is a curatorial project by EDDYSROOM, a Brooklyn-based painter, and is co-curated by Sam Trioli.
Eddy’s personal work features mainly autobiographical paintings that straddle the line between figuration and abstraction. His monochromatic works—mixtures of oil pastel, cardboard, spray-paint, and newsprint—have been described as Picassoeque, with their flattened and fractured forms harkening back to 20th century Cubism. These works take inspiration from relationships in the artist’s personal life, whether a case of romantic rejection or a lost encounter with a stranger at a bar. Eddy’s more recent works feature abstract compositions of colorful, curvilinear shapes, which often resemble landscapes, hands, or portraits of women.
Featured artists are all recent NHIA MFA alumni, whose names will be released the week before the exhibit. This event is free and open to the public and is also an opportunity for prospective graduate students to learn more about NHIA’s Master of Fine Arts and Master of Art programs.
Borderline: NHIA MFA Alumni
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Location: LAUNCH F-18, 373 Broadway (6th Flr), New York, NY 10013
Time: 5pm info session, 6-9pm reception and opening
Free and open to the public
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Launch F18
Launch F18 was founded in 2010 by artists and curators Tim Dononvan and Sam Trioli. Initially entitled Launch Art, the two formed a partnership organizing a number of exhibitions in semi-permanent locations along the east coast. As interest and opportunities grew, Launch Art required a more permanent location, finding its new home at 373 Broadway in Tribeca and the name Launch F18 was conceived. Since 2010, over 40 exhibitions have been presented in this project space, showing the work of established and emerging artists, including thoughtful exhibitions by gallery artists: Nathan Dilworth, Andrej Dubravsky, Tyler Lafreniere, Erika Mahr, Frankie Rice and Bradford Willingham.
In 2015, Launch F18 moved to 94 Allen Street and in that time conducted eleven exhibitions, mounting shows with artists Eric Freeman, Matt Ducklo with curatorial projects by Jack Pierson, Dan Nadel and others. In 2016 the gallery moved back to its former location at 373 Broadway and continues to explore curatorial projects, gallery exhibitions and offsite projects through out the East Coast.
About the New Hampshire Institute of Art
The New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) is the oldest and largest non-profit arts institution in New Hampshire, founded in 1898 and today offering undergraduate (BFA, Dual Degree BFA/MAT), graduate (MFA, MAAE, MAT), and community education programs (Youth Arts, Pre-College, Community Education, and Professional Development) serving over 2,000 students annually on two campuses in Manchester and Sharon/Peterborough, New Hampshire.
We are a tight-knit community of creative thinkers, artists, designers, writers, and art educators who use the power of our creativity to transform the community around us. We are a haven for students at every stage of their artistic journey, a place where artists can explore possibilities without fear and engage with people and experiences that will shape them and their future.
NHIA is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). NHIA is also a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD). For more information visit www.nhia.edu.
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