GALERIE THOMAS HENRY ROSS ART CONTEMPORAIN presents the trilogy:
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES THOMAS A DULL BOY. Curated by Jean-Michel Ross
For the first collaborative event of this newly founded pop-up exhibition platform, Galerie Thomas Henry Ross art contemporain invites you to an exhibition in three parts under the title
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES THOMAS A DULL BOY.
The event will take place at three different venues:
ISCP (International Studio & Curatorial Program) Radiator Gallery RU (Residency Unlimited)
The gallery would like to acknowledge the generous support of these three organizations that are hosting this event and Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec which made Jean-Michel Ross’ curatorial residency at ISCP possible.
1. Presentation by curator and director Jean-Michel Ross followed by a solo exhibition of Ève K. Tremblay (Montreal-New York-Berlin)
January 24th, 2012 at 18h30 (at ISCP)
With this first event Jean-Michel Ross will present Free Pass Magazine and Galerie Thomas Henry Ross art contemporain which he founded during his curatorial residency at ISCP. The South Korean artist Kakyoung Lee, a fellow ISCP resident, will also present her work. The presentations will be followed by a solo exhibition of Ève K. Tremblay’s new collage work. The artist will exhibit under the subtitle: Sorry it was a misunderstanding.
(press passes from Free Pass Magazine will be available after the presentation)
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) 1040 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11211 Studio 211 For more info on this event call 718-502-6764 or write email@example.com
2. Group Exhibition
January 27th to February 18th, 2012 by appointment (at Radiator Gallery) Gallery hours on January 28th and 29th are 12h00 to 18h00
Opening on January 27th, 2012 from 18h00 to 21h00
The second event will be a group show of artists that have contributed in defining the platform that is Galerie Thomas Henry Ross art contemporain. After two and a half months of research in residence at ISCP, it is now time to work, play and display artworks that have had an impact on the creation of this pop-up gallery. Gallery Radiator, a newly constituted space that defines itself as a radical mediator for the arts, has generously opened its doors for the project by providing a physical space for the exhibition. This collaboration will be the first official show of this new actor on the New York scene situated about two minutes from PS1 MOMA.
The second event will present the work of the following artists:
Itziar Barrio (Bilbao-New York) Alex Clark (North Jersey) Petros Chrisostomou (London-New York) Gabriela Galvan (Mexico-New York) Sarah Greig (Montreal) Milutin Gubash (Montreal) Theresa Mastroiacovo (Montreal) Ève K. Tremblay (Montreal-New York-Berlin) Kim Waldron (Montreal)
(press passes from Free Pass Magazine will be available during the opening)
Radiator Gallery 10-61 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY, 11106 For more information or appointment call Tamas Veszi 347-677-3418 or write firstname.lastname@example.org www.radiatorarts.com
3. Contemporary video art screening and presentation of Free Pass Magazine and Galerie Thomas Henry Ross art contemporain by curator and director Jean-Michel Ross
January 31st, 2012 at 18h30 (at Residency Unlimited)
The third event will begin with a brief presentation followed by a projection of short videos by six contemporary artists working with the idea of play.
Artists presenting video work:
Itziar Barrio (Bilbao-New York) Gabriela Galvan (Mexico-New York) Milutin Gubash (Montreal) Kelly Lycan (Vancouver) Ève K. Tremblay (Montreal-New York-Berlin) Tamas Veszi (New York)
(press passes from Free Pass Magazine will be available after the projection)
Residency Unlimited 360 Court St. unit #4 Brooklyn, Ny, 11231 For more information on this event call 718-502-6764 or write email@example.com