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Spring Open Studios + Brunch
Saturday, April 28th, 2018
1pm – 5pm
STUDIOS at GATEWAY
2 Gateway Center | Newark, New Jersey
You’re invited to our 2018 Spring Open Studios program on Saturday, April 28th, 1-5 PM. Join us for a springtime celebration featuring a bubbly brunch, and three floors of artist studios.
Studio members explore a wide range of disciplinary practices ranging from music production to photography; from painting to video art; sculpture to interactive radio.
So pop in, have a bite, and enjoy a magnificent experience with our studio members at Gateway!
Visit the studios of: Adebunmi Gbadebo, Albesque, Alexandra Desipris, Alisha McCurdy Holzman, Anna Cone, Andrew Sheldon, Camille Lee, Clara Orozco-Reyes, Daniel Hibbert, Daniela Puliti, David Antonio Cruz, The Honk Tweet Studio & Wolfgang Gil, Jasmine Figueroa, Jennifer Watson, John Matturri, Justin Francesco Dinspechin, Katherine Toukhy, Kelly Ann Pinho, Laura Marciniak, Lisa Sanders, Lisette Morel, Nick Luciano, Paolo Martinez, PEL NYC, Quamary Woulard, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Shaneen Johnson, Shoshanna Weinberger, Phoebe King, Tarah Douglas, Yvette Molina, and more.
Visit the studios of past and present Project for Empty Space Artists in Residence! 2017 AIR Delano Dunn and 2018 AIR Kambui Olujimi will preview work for their upcoming solo exhibitions at Project for Empty Space.
GPS resident Kelly Vetter will be presenting her latest work in the mini gallery on the 1st floor. Vetter creates an allegorical alternate universe of miniature paintings on panel, artworks employing recycled paper and ephemera evoking a fractured fairytale fantasyland.
In the Project For Empty Space Gallery, Artist in Residence Shoshanna Weinberger‘s solo exhibition “invisible fruit: stories of camouflage from the periphery” will be on view.
Pulling from an ongoing Invisible Visibility series, Shoshanna Weinberger’s solo exhibition invisible fruit: stories of camouflage from the periphery explores the standards and consequential implications and experiences of racial identity and external perception or imposition of racial categorization.
To learn more about the exhibition and the artist, please visit our website!
This event is free and open to the public.
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