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Emanuel Xavier

GALLERY TEXT (En Español) This year marks the 20th anniversary Emanuel Xavier’s self-published chapbook Pier Queen, a poetic manifesto about his personal experiences coming of age as a former street hustler, drug dealer/addict, homeless youth and survivor of child abuse. To celebrate this LGBTQ Latinx and POC milestone, Rebel Satori Press has reissued the book …

Cecilia Gentili

GALLERY TEXT (SPANISH) Sweety’s Radio: Edición Especial kicks off with the work of Cecilia Gentili. In an exhibition that brings together images, objects, and oral herstories that collectively speak of the impact of Gentili’s work as a mentor and muse, as well as the importance of community and agency in the documentation of trans-femme realities. The …

Crypsis

Crypsis is artist Dirk Westphal’s latest series of photographic collections showcasing artificial colors. While previous bodies of the artist’s work feature the eye-popping hues of such consumer products as toothpaste, nail polish, and prepackaged desserts, Crypsis is Westphal’s homage to the beauty of plastic caps. Photographed in hyper detail on glowing white lightboxes, plastic caps …

CONNECTED

  a small works show bringing together artists from coast-to-coast Opening Reception: Thursday, November 14 from 5-8pm Exhibition Dates: November 14 – 20, 2013 Gallery Hours: Daily from 12-6pm Location: 120 Essex Street (inside Essex Street Market) Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present Connected, a group exhibition featuring more than 20 contemporary …

Nike Head

“I look for the freedom that allows my painting to be everything. In a world where painting is too theorized I want to bring the anti-theory of its freedom. I explore this desire of liberty approaching each work in a different way, knowing that paintings have the right to be what the painter wants them …

Micro/Macro: Culling the Flux of Contemporary Life

The Contemporary is a moment pulled from the flux; a flash of time somehow unaware of the relentless shifting of communities, buildings that rise and fall, storefronts that change and adapt, and landscape that readjusts to a changing climate. In this exhibition, three artists – Jessie Henson, Kate MacDonnell and Christy Speakman – explore the …