A Sommers and Gerrit Roessler present: THE HAPPENING April 15, 2017, 6:30pm – midnight FREE one night event A one-night action of art solidarity including painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, music, and more from a strange and wonderful group of artists. Fundraising for crucial groups (Southern Poverty Law Center and Planned Parenthood) during a time of cultural crisis. Kate Asson, Kim Boekbinder, Kelsey Bramson, Michal Brodka, […]

The Happening – One Night Art Event – 04/15/17


Opening Thursday April 20, 6-9pm April 20 – May 7 Gallery hrs Wed – Sat 12-6pm Hopscotch brings together six artists whose works originate from a desire to dismantle creative, personal or social realms to in return constitute alternative modes of representation and comprehension of art. Intervening into established systems and aesthetic standards—physically or metaphorically—these artists deconstruct and rebuild assumptions, systems or habits that prevail […]

Hopscotch – Emerging Curators Program 04/20/17


Opening reception March 23, 6-8pm Curated by Yasmeen Abdallah and Kevin Dudley Artists: Carla Shapiro, John O’Connor, Jo Eun Huh, Omri Harmelin So states the Law of Conservation of Energy, “energy cannot be created nor destroyed”. In a world where we exist in controlled environments, this is the one phenomenon which we will never be able to command. The show takes Einstein’s statement not as […]

The Unknown Variable – 03/23/17



Opening March 2, 6-9pm March 2 – March 18 Gallery Hrs Wed- Sat 12-6pm ANIMALIA is a group exhibition curated by Julian Calderon. Featuring the work of AdAddison Xu, Adrian Bermeo, Anastasiya Gutnik, Anki King, Anna Rindos, Azure Bourne, Bogey Szabo, Boo Lynn Walsh, Brian T. Silak, Britannie Bond, Carol Radsprecher, Charlotte Woolf, Che Min Hsiao, City Kitty, Claire Breidenbach, Cristina Ferrigno, Damian Rivera, David […]

ANIMALIA – Group Show 03/02/17


The Myth of the Androgynous Opening reception Friday, Jan 20, 2017 6-9pm. Music performer: Ululat Closing reception Sunday, Jan 22nd with a special guest DJ. The Myth of the Androgynous Series is based on the book The Banquet, by Plato, in which Aristophanes tells the story of the first human beings that occupied the earth, called the androgynous. These first humans were reviled and feared […]

The Myth of the Androgynous – Opening – 01/20/17


Saturday, December 3, 2016 7:00-9:00 p.m At Local Project Art Space Omar Mismar is a Lebanese artist and a fellow in the 2016-17 Whitney ISP. Join us for a festive evening with refreshments, good company, and an exploration of Omar’s work, starting with early works that trace the artist’s negotiation of sexual boundaries, to more recent investigations of the aesthetics of violence and the boundaries […]

An Evening with Artist Omar Mismar – Dec 3 – ...