Closing Time: Part II

 

Elizabeth Biddle, Big Oil, collage on paper, 2012, 15" x 18" (image courtesy of A.I.R Gallery)

Elizabeth Biddle, Big Oil, collage on paper, 2012, 15" x 18" (image courtesy of A.I.R Gallery)

A.I.R Gallery

Two shows, closing JULY 15

111 Front Street

Brooklyn (Dumbo), New York

A.I.R Gallery is prepping to close two stellar shows, one of which is an annual benefit of original postcards ranging between $45 and $120. Wish You Were Here 11 includes 4″ x 6″ artworks, as well as diptychs and triptychs, from over 300 artists from within the A.I.R arsenal and from international outlets. The works vary in subject matter and mediums utilized. It is a grab-bag of both emergent and established artists.

The main space of A.I.R Gallery presents Anomalistic Revolution, an exhibition curated by director Julie Lohnes to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the space. It features the work of 18 A.I.R artists, with an emphasis on collective metamorphosis and individual investigations of aesthetics and self. Since 1972, this grassroots organization has supported female artists and infiltrated the male-dominated art scene with the prowess of the female voice. Here, here, A.I.R! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to support this incredible institution.

Lisa Cooperman, Underwing, 2012, mixed media on paper, 4" x 6" (image courtesy of A.I.R. Gallery)

Lisa Cooperman, Underwing, 2012, mixed media on paper, 4" x 6" (image courtesy of A.I.R. Gallery)

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About Lynn Maliszewski, Contributor-at-Large

Lynn Maliszewski is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She curated and composed work for ArtWrit, BOMB Magazine, HAHA Magazine, Hyperallergic, LatinLover, Modern Painters, No.3, Whitehot Magazine, and Whitewall. She is currently the Contributor-at-Large for ON-VERGE, an arts journalism blog sponsored by CUE Art Foundation, until 2013. She hosts her own blog, Contemporaneous Extension, as a compendium of aesthetic interests, archived exhibitions and artists, and uncensored inferences. She has contributed editorially to the College Art Association, the Bushwick Film Festival, Like the Spice Gallery, and the Museum of Modern Art.
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