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Exhibition Detail
Between the Lines in Minowa
Curated by: Christina Ray
30 Grand Street, Ground Floor
New York, NY 10013


May 7th, 2009 - June 7th, 2009
Opening: 
May 7th, 2009 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
Barbadillo-Ryokan 2, Roberto MolláRoberto Mollá, Barbadillo-Ryokan 2,
mixed media on paper
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Contact: Glowlab Director Christina Ray 

Phone: 718.388.5911 

Email: info @ glowlab.com 

Exhibition dates: May 07–June 07, 2009 

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 07 . 7–9pm 

Admission: free 

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Sunday . 12-6pm 

Location: 30 Grand Street between Thompson St. and 6th Ave. . Travel info: A/C/E train to Canal 

Street 

Event link: http://www.glowlab.com/glowlab/roberto-molla-2009/ 

Glowlab Announces Between the Lines in Minowa, a Solo Exhibition by Artist Roberto Mollá 

New York, NY (April 25, 2009) – Glowlab is pleased to present Between the Lines in Minowa, a 

solo exhibition by Spanish artist Roberto Mollá featuring a dozen new works on grid-paper and a large-scale wall-drawing. Glowlab will host a reception for the artist on Thursday, May 7th from 7 to 9pm. 

Mollá’s captivating new body of work samples from a variety of cultures to depict a strange and beautiful “floating” world reminiscent of the ukiyo-e genre of Japanese paintings and prints. The subject of these traditional scenes was city life, specifically activities from the entertainment district of Minowa. In Mollá’s modern day ukiyo-e, sinewy koi fish mingle with reclining geisha courtesans and manga characters within labyrinths of folding screens, simultaneously inviting and obscuring the viewer’s gaze. 


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