Posts Tagged 'nyc'

December Fiber Art Picks!

Aqeel Malcolm, Deconstructing the Barber Cape, Photo courtesy of Aqeel Malcolm.    “Fibers and Figures” Sotheby’s Institute of Art (570 Lexington Ave) Featured artists are Liz Collins, Sarah Finkle, Aqeel Malcolm, and Lily Moebes Opening reception: December 6th, 2017, 6-8pm. Tickets

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December Fiber Art Picks!

Aqeel Malcolm, Deconstructing the Barber Cape, Photo courtesy of Aqeel Malcolm.    “Fibers and Figures” Sotheby’s Institute of Art (570 Lexington Ave) Featured artists are Liz Collins, Sarah Finkle, Aqeel Malcolm, and Lily Moebes Opening reception: December 6th, 2017, 6-8pm. Tickets

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On the Hunt: Sourcing Materials as an NYC Textile Artist

As a new resident of New York City, and a textile artist myself, I’ve found it difficult to continue using re-salvaged materials in my practice. Being from the west coast where some up-cycling centers are open to individual creatives, NYC

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On the Hunt: Sourcing Materials as an NYC Textile Artist

As a new resident of New York City, and a textile artist myself, I’ve found it difficult to continue using re-salvaged materials in my practice. Being from the west coast where some up-cycling centers are open to individual creatives, NYC

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Soojin Cha | Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing

As I was strolling down the street in Little Italy the other day, I came across Gallery Nine5, where the work of Korean embroidery artist Soojin Cha is on view until December 28th in an exhibition titled: Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing. The space

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Soojin Cha | Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing

As I was strolling down the street in Little Italy the other day, I came across Gallery Nine5, where the work of Korean embroidery artist Soojin Cha is on view until December 28th in an exhibition titled: Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing. The space

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SHOP and MAKE: Handmade Markets and Classes

Shopping handmade and local helps put some more cheer into your season. Not only are you getting unique goods to share with your loved ones, you also get a chance to support artisans and makers in your community! Here are

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SHOP and MAKE: Handmade Markets and Classes

Shopping handmade and local helps put some more cheer into your season. Not only are you getting unique goods to share with your loved ones, you also get a chance to support artisans and makers in your community! Here are

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Jacob Hashimoto Exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery

Recently, I went to the Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea to visit artist Jacob Hashimoto‘s large scale site-specific installation Skyfarm Fortress. In this exhibition, Hashimoto installed his signature bamboo paper kites in all different shapes from wall to wall, ceiling

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Jacob Hashimoto Exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery

Recently, I went to the Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea to visit artist Jacob Hashimoto‘s large scale site-specific installation Skyfarm Fortress. In this exhibition, Hashimoto installed his signature bamboo paper kites in all different shapes from wall to wall, ceiling

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Thread Lines: Drawing Beyond Pen and Paper

For many people, the word “drawing” is closely associated with pencil markings and ink renderings, but how is a drawing defined by a textile artist? Thread Lines, the latest show at The Drawing Center in NYC, has some pretty remarkable answers

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Thread Lines: Drawing Beyond Pen and Paper

For many people, the word “drawing” is closely associated with pencil markings and ink renderings, but how is a drawing defined by a textile artist? Thread Lines, the latest show at The Drawing Center in NYC, has some pretty remarkable answers

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Best of: Artist Residency Exhibitions

We are just about to launch our Indiegogo campaign that will support the upcoming exhibition and catalogue for the Cycle 4 Artists in Residence, as well as the new group that will be joining us in September.  Here’s a bit

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Best of: Artist Residency Exhibitions

We are just about to launch our Indiegogo campaign that will support the upcoming exhibition and catalogue for the Cycle 4 Artists in Residence, as well as the new group that will be joining us in September.  Here’s a bit

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NYC Fiber Art Guide: April

There’s so much textile goodness on view right now in NYC that it’s almost a full time job to keep track and plan visits to see it all. Luckily, we did the homework for you and compiled a list of

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NYC Fiber Art Guide: April

There’s so much textile goodness on view right now in NYC that it’s almost a full time job to keep track and plan visits to see it all. Luckily, we did the homework for you and compiled a list of

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Liz Collins: Trunk Show/Sample Sale

Join us this Saturday, 12-5PM to shop Liz Collins‘ latest knitwear collection! Fusing her structural and surreal designs, Collins’ new, limited-edition capsule collection of UNISEX, one-size-fits-many sweaters created in Peru will be available to pre-order. Wearable pieces made from post-consumer

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Liz Collins: Trunk Show/Sample Sale

Join us this Saturday, 12-5PM to shop Liz Collins‘ latest knitwear collection! Fusing her structural and surreal designs, Collins’ new, limited-edition capsule collection of UNISEX, one-size-fits-many sweaters created in Peru will be available to pre-order. Wearable pieces made from post-consumer

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No Longer Empty: Gathering Place – Opening Reception Friday!

This Friday, Feb 22, is the opening reception for No Longer Empty‘s exhibition Gathering Place.  While NLE occupies empty spaces around the city for contemporary art exhibitions, this show in particular explores the history of West 8th St, and the

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No Longer Empty: Gathering Place – Opening Reception Friday!

This Friday, Feb 22, is the opening reception for No Longer Empty‘s exhibition Gathering Place.  While NLE occupies empty spaces around the city for contemporary art exhibitions, this show in particular explores the history of West 8th St, and the

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