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Living Threads: Summer Invitational Exhibition

Susanna Coffey, Void of Course 2012-2015, 2015, 15″ X 12″, oil on pane
Keely Nelson-Rivers, The Other Side of the Pillow, 2015, 45″ X 53″, acrylic on canvas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Living Threads highlights the artist-to-artist relationships which foster ideas and energy foundational to a sustained artistic practice. The New York Studio School seeks to honor our pedagogical foundations and to applaud the like-minded transmission of artistic learning by hosting this invitational exhibition. The twenty-six pieces on view present works by thirteen pairs of artist-mentors and the emerging artists who have studied with them in recent years.

We invite you to experience work from across the country by:

Dana Clancy and Rebecca Ness (Boston University);

Jennifer Caine and Luca Molnar (Dartmouth College);

Claire Sherman and Jenny Knoeller (Drew University);

Ying Li and Claudia Keep (Haverford College);

Caleb Weintraub and Anna Alger (Indiana University at Bloomington);

Edward Smith and Christina Tinti (Marist College);

Matt Phillips and Fiza Khatri (Mount Holyoke University);

Gretchen Batcheller and Jay Hartmann (Pepperdine University);

Eve Aschheim and Gerardo Vetri (Princeton University);

Deborah Rosenthal and Louis Esposito (Rider University);

Hanneline Røgeberg and Katie Hector (Rutgers University);

Susanna Coffey and Keely Nelson-Rivers (School of the Art Institute of Chicago);

Matthew Choberka and William Merritts (Weber State University).

Living Threads celebrates a didactic approach built upon shared space, sustained interaction, and unfolding dialogues.  We welcome you to enjoy the dynamic and surprising connections woven together by the works on view.

 

The New York Studio School is located at 8 West 8th Street, New York, New York.

The Main Gallery is free and open to the public, seven days a week, 10 AM – 6 PM.

Please direct inquiries to Kaitlin McDonough, kmcdonough@nyss.org

 

 

 

 

 

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