25 East Gallery

 

Re-Coded: Strategies of Queer Abstraction

  How can abstraction be utilized as a site for queerness? How can abstraction be re-appropriated as a political strategy for re-framing our thinking in regards…

 

Convergence

“Convergence” is an exhibition that creates a network of visual and sonic constellations. These networks orient us to view our practices not in isolation but…

 

The Hidden Dimension

To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And…

 

nowhere {no where, now here}

Spaces, people, objects, and time are always mutually affecting each other, existing in their own logic yet contributing to a greater logic. The works on…

 

Twist

The Fine Arts department at Parsons The New School For Design is pleased to announce the group exhibition Twist. The diverse selection of works presented…

 

Politics and Lies

“No one has ever doubted that truth and politics are on rather bad terms with each other, and no one, as far as I know,…

 

God or the Equivalent

God or the Equivalent lives in those moments when the materials of an artistic practice take over the creative process. Picture the delighted eyes of…

 

The Great Acceleration

We have entered a new geological age recognized as the Anthropocene or “Age of Humans” giving rise to much theory and debate. The intensification of…

 

Un-Object

Un-Object <Post-Objective Perspective> is the last 25 E Gallery show of the semester. The opening reception is from 6pm-8pm on 12/5/16 @ 25 E 13th…

 

Let’s Talk About Sex

Let’s Talk About Sex Opening: November 14th, 6-8pm As human beings our sex drive engages interactions with other human beings, but what happens when an…

 

Work

25 East Gallery 25 East 13th Street, NY, NY October 10th-October 21st, 2016 Curated by Haleigh Nickerson and Lydia Nobles   Work addresses identity politics through the…

 

Home – “Fantasies of the past, determined by the needs of the present”

25 East Gallery 25 East 13th Street, NY, NY Opening: Monday, September 26th, 6:30-8 PM September 26th-October 7th, 2016 curated by Sabine Penteado   The…

 

TWO by TWO (art in conversation)

  TWO by TWO (art in conversation) Parsons School of Design 25 East 13th St., 5th floor September 12, 2016-September 23, 2016 Closing reception Thursday,…

 

The Day After Tomorrow

“The Day After Tomorrow” is the culmination of a curatorial workshop in which artists are involved in a collective curatorial experiment. The exhibition features works…

 

Falling Down to Earth

Opening March 17 Dates: March 18 – April 1

 

Paradise In Progress

Paradise In Progress is a group exhibition that engages the utopian project of thinking about what the future will look like. Inherent in each of…

 

As if to weave a basket

This exhibition invites artists from the Parsons MFA Fine Arts Program to consider the discipline of drawing as already present in their studio practices.

 

Digital Diaspora Winter

  Opening for Both Galleries @ Parsons: Jan. 25, 2016, 6-8pm, Parsons: 25 E. 13th Street Gallery, 5th floor (closing Feb. 05) Lang Sky Bridge…

 

‘Sister Outsider’ Student Show

Enjoy art, created by six women in the MFA Fine Arts program at Parsons, to inspire a stronger community of individuals.

 

dis em body

Curated by Jasmin Risk Debora Levy, Dulcina Abreu, Gina Chiappetta, Jasmin Risk, Jordan Strafer, Kayla Paeglis, and Zac Spears have problematized the fixed self, challenged…

 

Pouring, Digging, Leaking

Pouring, digging, and leaking all involve the transference of material from one space to another. All three actions call to mind the fluidity of structures,…

 

The Legacy of Jackie Brookner

Jackie Brookner, an inspiring and much beloved teacher taught at Parsons from 1980 until her death in 2015. She was an ecological artist, writer, and educator. She worked…

 

Altos @ Parsons: In Residence

This exhibition delves into the territory of memory and location to tell the story of a dual experience; all the artists selected for this show…

 

Uprooted

up·rootˌ əpˈro͞ot,ˌəpˈro͝ot/ verb past tense: uprooted; past participle: uprooted 1. pull (something, especially a tree or plant) out of the ground. “the elephant’s trunk is powerful enough…

 

Beyond The Obvious

Beyond the Obvious, is an exhibition expanding the ways of seeing and contemplating the processes’ of artwork; the relations between the artist’s intent, the artwork,…

 

Free Zines

The zine’s humble beginnings can be traced back to the 1920s where sci-fi fans began writing about their interests and distributing their writings in small…

 

wohstxetehT

This exhibit brings together a diversity of artistic practices and works that use text and language in direct, subtle or subversive ways. It is a…

 

CC #2

CC #2 is an illumination of imagery, light, and sound exploring the sensory expressions of time and space through a complexity of imaginary processes. A…

 

Hysterically Accurate: Comedic Critiques of History

February 2-13, 2015 OPENING RECEPTION: Monday February 2, 6-8pm

 

Exit Strategy

In this moment of crisis ordinariness, we need a way out, an exit strategy. There is a space of possibility for art somewhere between offering…

 

Threshold

A group show during Open Studios featuring MFA Fine Arts students.

 

People Taking Pictures of People Taking Pictures

A portrait show brought to you by the MFA Fine Arts 2nd years. A celebration. Wine. Beer. Snacks.    

 

Bad Kid, Stupid Kid

Bad Kid,Stupid Kid is an exhibition curated by Rui Lin and features work by BFA students from the class of 2015 which displays ‘serious’ matters…

 

Pudenda

Pudenda reconsiders the female body (and its relationships to self and viewer) through a multimedia presentation of artwork by Molly Teitelbaum, Nikola Kravitt, Amal Khan,…

 

The Visual Pleasure Show

Pleasure is perverse misconduct, especially through the eyes. In an artistic canon where the anti-aesthetic reigns supreme, chromophobia is the prerequisite of the market, and…

 

No results found for Curation. Did you mean Creation?

On the table are three project proposals—printed on 8.5” x 11,” white paper in Times New Roman, 12pt. font—from the three organizers of this exhibition….

 

Logos – Words and the Contact Zone

Logos—Words And The Contact Zone is an exhibition exploring contemporary uses of text in art that seeks to understand, transcend, address, or provide a meeting…

 

Trans Late

In defining translation through four different voices we are examining the parallel structures we share in terms of language, as well as encountering the overlapping…

 

Sound, Color and Form

Often, what makes life beautiful is the ability to sense and perceive our surroundings; to hear, to see, and to be consciously aware of the…

 

THE SET

In all the video work exhibited the theatrical construction and staging of the scene is a common denominator. The show wants to rethink as well…

 

FE:BODY

FE:BODY reconsiders the female body (and its relationships to other bodies) through a multimedia presentation of artwork by Jessie English, Flynn Linehan, Leah Schrager, Alma…

 

Surveillance State

OPENING RECEPTION: November 19, 6pm-8pm  

 

Doing is Knowing

The body is a source and repository of a kind of knowledge that is difficult to access or understand. It has its own time, space,…

 

Yonic, a Queer Study in Queer Feminity

YONIC is a curated exhibit examining the work of artists at the MFA program at Parsons The New School for Design. The exhibit will encompass…

 

Identity

The word “Identity” implies an individual’s potential in having a stable self, when in fact we may have many different dimensions of identities we chose…

 

Three-Point Perspective

Historically, three-point perspective is a technique used in drawing and drafting to create the illusion of 3 dimensional space. The technique resolves in a vanishing…

 

MFA group show for OPEN STUDIOS

OPEN STUDIOS: Thursday November 21, 12-4pm

 

Source Material

As a very quiet medium, painters use painting as a language to depict abstracted memory and their interpretation of recent history. Nowadays most people are…

 

Tracing Erasure

The initial concept of Tracing Erasure comes from an awareness that an absence of a voice, an idea, an object or a person, often affects…

 

Re-Educate

In approaching this idea we engage with the institutional agreement and tacit contract we have made with Parsons through our enrollment in the MFA Fine…

 

the end is the beginning

Elevate. Descend. Draw a line through time. The end if the beginning. Ready made, made ready. Find and Oasis of the Mind. Draw a line…

 

Vision Invaders

Throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, artists have been disrupting the flow and progression of modern thought through works that challenge conventional, traditional and archaic…