Upcoming at Rogue Space | Chelsea
Japanese Contemporary Pioneers 2013
Opening Reception: May 9th, 6 pm- 9pm
Contact : mail : email@example.com
Part.1 : 2013.5.8(Wed)-5.14(Tue)
Bungo Morita / Tokyo Jesus / Eimi Takano / Naoko Norimatsu / Kenichi Inoue / Sana Yoshida / Eisuke Kuribara / Yasuhiro Taoka / Asami Tsukada / Hae Won / Takuya Yaguchi / Rie Yamanouchi / Mio Suzuki / Ai Matsuura / Yuri Ninomiya / Miho Yamada / Seikou Takeichi / Yuna Tanii / Maya Mekira / Shinobu Hanazawa / Ayano Yoshida / Goya Daisuke / Endo Akari / Ai Ohkawara / Masayo Iwano / Sayuka Bloodstone
Part.2 : 2013.5.15(Wed)-5.21(Tue)
Ahn Masako / Akane Tachi / Mutsumi Sasaki / Emiko Hikichi / Emika Masumoto / Nami Kanrei / Tomoyo Hirota / Skull Otomogama / Osamu Jinguji / Mutsumi Akayama / Yukiko Takada / Yuki Nagaya / Furano Shigematsu / Ai Ohkawara / Akihiko Iwai / Chieko Kuroishi / Aiko / REIKO HIEI / Masaya Koga / YAMADA SOUNO / Asami Tsukada / Masayo Iwano
Opening Reception, May 23
Opening reception, Friday April 19, 6-9pm
Show runs to Saturday April 20, 6pm.
Art for Music's Sake
An Art Auction Fundraiser for the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra
Wednesday, May 1st, 2013
What Was Left Behind
September 27, 28, 29
Marie O’Hanlon was born in New York and returned to Dublin at age two with her Irish immigrant parents, where she now lives and works. She sent her paintings to New York for her solo exhibition, when the pieces were lost in the mail. Another mailing followed, a body of reselected works from the pieces left behind from the original mailing, and these pieces put in the spotlight. What was Left Behind speaks to this experience, and the absence of the original intended art.
This show investigates the hiccups in process between idea and outcome and suggested curiosity that accompanies absence.
30% gallery sales commission benefits our Not For Profit Ground.Arts which helps create art programs for children in need around the world.
Opening reception Thursday May 24, 6-9pm
Show runs May 21-27
Opening reception Thursday May 31, 6-9pm
Show runs May 21-27
RECENTLY AT ROGUE SPACE
ART FOR EDUCATION
Friday, May 18, 6-9pm
Thursday, May 17, 6-9pm
Symmetry in Motion
Opening reception Thursday, May 3
Show runs May 3-4
SYMMETRY IN MOTION x ROGUE
reception thursday may 3, 6 - 9 pm
exhibition thursday may 3 through friday may 4, 10 am - 6 pm
526 west 26th street, floor 9 e - f
new york, ny 10001
to join this event please R.S.V.P to firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: Dime A Dozen 2004 photographic print 30 x 40 in 76.2 x 101.6 cm
Alyse Solomon seeks the beauty that lies within the mundane physicality of everyday life. Exploring the world through her camera lens, she transforms common settings into extraordinary works of art. Her large-scale photographs are captured from a unique perspective giving the eye an abstract and complex view. From Barcelona’s enigmatic alleys and textured landscapes, to sexy scenes in Monte Carlo and the playful elegance of St Barth’s, Solomon has put her personal stamp on some of the world’s most exciting vistas. Don't miss your chance to visit Rogue Space on Thursday May 3 from 6-9 pm to experience life through Alyse's eyes.
RECENT SHOWS AT ROGUE SPACE | CHELSEA Friday, April 13 6-9pm
Italian Art, fashion and design
Opening Reception, Tuesday, March 22
Show runs March 22-27
ONE DAY ONLY – 12 - 9pm
SCREENING - DUST TO DUST performance by Theresa Byrnes
6.30 7.30 & 8.30pm
Filmed by Kevin O'Hanlon & FEATURING: Original score - Tim Cramer, Photographs - Rainer Hosch
& DUST TO DUST performance paintings - Theresa Byrnes.
February 3-4, Press opening reception Friday Feb 3, 6-9pm
WHERE PUNK ROCK MEETS THE PAINTBRUSH – THE SIMPLY POW EXHIBIT PREMIERS OSCAR DOTTER’S MOST RECENT COLLECTION IN CHELSEA, NEW YORK CITY
The work of Oscar Dotter has been described as “jet fueled
and hand crafted like a Howard Hughes aircraft
Show Opening Rogue Gallery 9F 508/526 west 26th street (btw 10th&11th)
NYC 10001 (Press Opening Feb 3rd 6-9pm) (Feb 4th 10-6pm public viewing)
The West Coast Tour March 2012 (Seattle, Portland & LA) (calendar details will be posted on website www.oscardotter.com)
NYC Rogue Gallery Closing Show To be scheduled in late April to May Curator: Huh What Art Studio Production
Oscar has lived in New York City since 1998. He often draws inspiration from retro and vintage themes, contrasted with bright backdrops of bold coloring, often with a touch of vulgarity.
A self-taught painter and sculptor, Oscar typically works on canvas with heavy acrylic and oil paints, often incorporating other elements such as charcoal, silicon, leather, coffee, tea, plastics, textiles, heavy metals and glass. Having painted his entire life, Oscar has also produced art and visual installations for various corporations and individuals throughout the New York City region.
Oscar has traveled extensively throughout Scandinavia, exploring the contemporary art scene including the Kiasma in his 2nd home of Helsinki Finland, and has also held his own private art exhibitions in New York City. Oscar works out of his Huh What Art Studio located in Chelsea & Brooklyn, various pieces of his collections can be found at www.oscardotter.com
CONTACT INFORMATION: OSCAR DOTTER HUH WHAT ART STUDIO EMAIL: HUHWHATSTUDIO@GMAIL.COM WEBSITE: WWW.OSCARDOTTER.COM
PRESS AND MEDIA RELATIONS PLEASE CONTACT 646.573.5278
February 11th, Khurshid Saleem, 50th Solo Show, 5-9pm
Recently at Rogue Space | Chelsea
January 5, Thursday 6-9pm
Art in Focus
Opening Reception Thursday, JANUARY 5, 7-9pm
Exhibition JANUARY 4TH TO 23RD
Art in Focus: Broken Boundaries is a group exhibition featuring some of the most exciting and talented artists in the international contemporary art world, A show unconfined by definitions, the exhibition operates as a showcase of new investigations in contemporary image making as we move into 2012. Broken Boundaries brings together a large group of international artists who utilize the gallery space as a forum to explore the dichotomy between the creative act, and the viewer’s response to this act. In this multidisciplinary show, each artist’s unique perspective is explored through a variety of sources from landscape and the body, to abstraction and emotion.
The exhibit showcases art, which both creates and manifests its own personal vision, drawing on a diverse cross-section of cultures and styles to realize a wide range of visual and conceptual ideas. Inviting viewers to a world where each artist’s body of work speaks truths about life. Each work creates a visual pause, allowing the audience the time to contemplate their environment. Exploiting the “public space” of the gallery the curators will choreograph an exhibition that blends modes of art, design, architecture, sculpture, installation, and craft.
Each of the participating artists will also appear in the visual anthology; Art In Focus: Modern Masters, as well as other concurrent projects relating to this unique exhibit; including an artists seminar, (where the artists will present a slide show of further works to the public), and artist films, along with several other Internet projects.
Featuring: Esther Arias, Aleksandra Avdieieva, Sheilah Banikin, Lorraine Beattie, Therese Boisclair, Andrea Carrera Silbermins, Bonnie Carter, Franco Cattapan, Vlatko Ceric, Debbi Chan, Francisco Chediak, Brian Cole, Paul Cote, Amira De Maistre, Aleksandar Devic, Teiko Dewa, Carolyn DiGiovanni, Orlando Donadi, GЯnther Egger, Annabelle Frenette, Max Fujishima, Martha Gabriel, Alan Gerson, Jorge GonzЗlez VelЗzquez, Giovanni Greppi, Michael Grine, Maike GЯnther, Elisabeth Guerrier, Natalie GutGeSel, Kari Haug, Kohlene Hendrickson, Fumino Hora, Anne Herrero, Jean Huh, Silwan Ibrahim, Sandra Jackoboice, Mae Jeon, Mimmi KКller, Anett Kennedy, Veronica Khristov, Laslo Kis, Paul Landerl, Beate Landen-Karlhuber, Hyun-A Lee, Lisa J Levasseur, Igora Lucyna Opala, Ken Macklin, Hedy Maiman, Idit Makover, Sue McDonald, Barbara McIntrye, JosО Mendes De Almeida, Jeanette Milner, David Naman, John Nieman, Jim Otis, Aynur Pehlivanli, Jim Pescott, Eva Pianfetti, Cristina Rodriguez, Vanecha Roudbaraki, Gabriela Rouiller, Sisko Ruskokivi-Runeberg, Elke SchmЪlzer, Joan Schulze, Catherine Strongman, Annette Tan, Lucette Tremblay, Marie F Turner, Lida Van Bers, Emel Vardar, Stella Viopoulos, Aurelia WaІer, Wendy Waugh, Charlotte Wensley, Karel Witt, Monte Wright, Keita Yasukawa, Yenny Yohan, Teresa Young, Catherina Zavodnik, and Grady Zeeman.
The Broken Boundaries: A Group Exhibition,
January 3rd to 23rd 2012 @ Art in Focus // Rogue Studios Chelsea
Chelsea Fine Arts Building
526 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
The Opening Reception will take place Thursday January 5th, 7-9pm.
A series of artist talks will take place on January 7th and 8th 1-5pm where the artists will discuss their artwork to a select audience. To reserve please contact email@example.com
For further info about the exhibition, or any of the participating artists please visit www.artinfocus.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
December 14, Wednesday 6-9pm
The Arcimboldo Series
Opening Reception Thursday December 15, 5-9pm
A special exhibition featuring art, fashion and design from Italy
December 2, Friday 6-9pm
My Soul Looks Back
Opening Reception Friday December 2, 6-9 pm
Show runs November 29-December 4, 12-6pm daily
December 4-5, Sunday 2-6pm, 11am - 3pm.
International Children’s Art Exhibition
Opening Reception Sunday December 4, 2-4pm
Exhibition Sunday Dec 4, 2-6pm
December 8, Thursday 6-9pm
Florence M. Goldberg and Travis Mong
Opening Reception Thursday Dec 8, 6-9 pm
Also open Friday Dec 9, 12am-6pm
Videos from recent shows at Rogue Space | Chelsea