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Four Weeks and Forty-Five Years

A.I.R. Gallery

155 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

H: Wed-Sun, 12-6pm
T: +1 212 255 6651

Rachel bas-Cohain, Christine Gedeon, Kazuko Miyamoto, and Tenesh Webber

Curated by Roxana Fabius and Rachael Rakes

September 20 - September 24, 2017

Public Programs

September 23, 3 pm: Conversation between Nova Benway and Tenesh Webber

A.I.R. initiates its 45th season with a series of micro-exhibitions, each dedicated to a work or small set of works from a single artist who has been part of the gallery’s history. Running from September 7th until October 8th, each week will see the gallery reoccupied by a past A.I.R.-associated artist whose work deserves a closer look. Several discursive events will accompany the month of exhibitions.

Interference - Group Exhibit - Bullet Space, NY. NY.

September 14th- October 29th, 2017

Saturday & Sundays 1PM – 6PM 
or by appointment 

292 E 3rd Street New York, New York 10009


Intercontinental Line - Group Exhibit - Abstract Project - Paris, France

An international exhibition of artists from Europe and North America taking place at Galerie Abstract Project in Paris, 10–20 May, 2017.

5, rue des Immeubles Industriels, 75011, Paris (metro Nation)
vernissage: mercredi 10 mai de 18h à 21h
ourvert du mercredi au samedi de 14h à 19h
finissage: samedi 20 mai de 16h à 19h

DELNAU (FR), Emily BERGER (US), Yifat GAT (IL), Daniel G. HILL (US), Creighton MICHAEL (US),  Munira NAQUI (US), Shawn STIPLING (UK), Bogumila STROJNA (FR/PL), Anna SZPRYNGER (PL), Tenesh WEBBER (CA)

At a time when exchanges are frequent and distances and differences are abolished or, on the contrary, tend to be exacerbated, I wanted to organize an exhibition bringing together artists from all over the world.

This exhibition is the first in a series in which European artists will exhibit with artists from different continents. Each time, as co-curator of the exhibition, I will work with an artist of the corresponding continent. The first edition of Intercontinental Line presents the work of artists from Europe and North America and has been developed and realized in collaboration with New York artist Daniel G. Hill.

As a creative support and graphic element present in each field of plastic creation, line has been chosen to serve as a common denominator. Though initially associated with drawing, its use is currently available in all fields of the plastic arts—painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, installation—crossing all currents of abstract art. Our choice of works tends to show that.

The purpose of this exhibition is to question the use of line—in its differences and similarities—according to the continents, with their cultural, geopolitical, and historical specificities. Because we ask this question, the subtitle of the exhibition is reflection in progress. The answer may or may not be given and only at the end of the series of Intercontinental Line exhibitions.

B. Strojna
English translation by Daniel G. Hill

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