BY Annie Armstrong POSTED 03/08/19 2:31 PM
On Thursday night, Pier 36 on New York’s Lower East Side hosted one of the final openings of Armory Week with a nod to vacation. Visitors awaited the start of Art on Paper with rum drinks served in coconuts, and the spirit of the beach carried through by way of lobster rolls and oysters. The occasion for it all was a fair devoted to “paper-based art” as presented by 101 galleries, ten of which migrated over after the cancellation of Voltaand its diffusion into both Art on Paper and Plan B.
Internationally renowned, award-winning designer Clodagh has announced her first-ever gallery exhibition at Cheryl Hazan Gallery in Tribeca. The solo exhibition, Ephemera, will open March 14th and will feature a conceptual collection of photographic work from Clodagh’s last 10 years of travel.
Tribeca Art+Culture Night is a quarterly urban art festival taking place in 20+ venues in Tribeca including art non-profits, fine art, design and university galleries as well as parks. This urban festival celebrates culture in Tribeca and is specifically designed to embrace the diversity of creative expressions from Drawing to Design to Crafts and much more. The event brings the greater New York City Community together around a program of exhibitions, performances, talks and workshops.
Tribeca Art Night is a grassroots community initiative, featuring various art-dedicated spaces in Tribeca including Fine Art, Design, University Galleries and Non-Profit spaces
Looking at her bold paintings, it’s easy to get swept away by the confident lines that can accentuate distinct spaces, whether the compositions are fully abstract or contain references to nature. But take a step closer and that’s when the paintings really start to shine