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Sargent&rsquo\;s Daughters is pleased to present Jordan Cast eel&rsquo\;s first solo exhibition\, &ldquo\;Visible Man&rdquo\; opening on Wednesday\, August 13th\, 2014.  \;The exhibition presents a new serie s of paintings\, collages and prints.

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Casteel&rsquo\;s subject in t his series is black men\, all of whom are unclothed\, both literally and me taphorically.  \;Drawing on a long line of art historical portraiture\, Casteel&rsquo\;s nudes confront the viewer with an unprotected gaze.   \;They are surrounded by objects of domesticity: photographs\, clothes\, an d furnishings.  \;Often they are encompassed by the winding tapestry of prints on the surrounding upholstery.  \;Casteel&rsquo\;s preoccupatio n with paint lends a fluid thickness to her works.  \;The love of paint is apparent in each stroke.  \;The collage works and print works recal l the bright colors and thick lines of Jacob Lawrence\, Nancy Spero and the blocky beauty of Matisse.

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In her painting Yahya\, the subject is s tretched out on the floor in front of a floral couch\, his arm encased in a cast.  \;Though it would seem logical to assume we are looking at him from above\, the actual perspective is shifted and we appear to be below hi m.  \;Yahya regards us cooly\, eyes unflinching as Olympia.  \;

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The contrast of popular images of black men and the humanity of actual individual black men is highlighted by Casteel&rsquo\;s inclusion of perso nal objects and the setting of the subjects at home\, most often in repose and relaxed.  \;This pose was chosen by Casteel as one at odds with the usual portrayal of black men\, and it is consequently exciting to shift ou r own perception.  \;In addition to her placement of the subjects\, Cas teel often experiments with color. Is\, Casteel seems to ask\, a black man a black man no matter the color?

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Jordan Casteel was born in 1989 in Denver\, CO. She recently completed her MFA at Yale in New Haven\, CT. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn\, NY.  \;

DTEND:20140914 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140813 GEO:40.7139931;-73.9892639 LOCATION:Sargent's Daughters\,179 East Broadway \nNew York\, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Visible Man\, Jordan Casteel UID:348438 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Peter Fischli David Weiss\, Katharina Fritsch\, Gary Hume&nb sp\;will be on view at Matthew Marks Gallery\, 523 West 24th Street\, from July 10 to August 15\, 2014\, Monday through Friday\, 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P. M.

DTEND:20140814 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140710 GEO:40.7489501;-74.0050924 LOCATION:Matthew Marks Gallery - 24th St.\,523 W 24 Street \nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Show\, Peter Fischli\, David Weiss\, Katharina Fritsch\, Mart in Honert\, Gary Hume UID:348437 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140906 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140807 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Josee Bienvenu Gallery\,529 West 20th St \nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Show UID:348436 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Unframed presents particular visions of our daily environmen t through photographs\, drawings\, and a sculpture that stand on their own - without frames or pedestals.

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Michael Br itto: \;Having spent 30 years shooting film and becoming a mas ter printer\, I learned to crop \;my images in the camera. It is a grea t pleasure to catch a child at a particular moment of \;enjoyment and t o be able to present what my eye and the camera see without hesitation  \;and without further editing.

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Floor Grootenhuis: \;Next time you get a bagel to go perhaps you can discover \;who ma de your paper bag? Often the maker(s) name(s) are \;stamped on the bott om of the bag with the bag&rsquo\;s birth date. \;This work marks an in visible collaboration\; both with \;the bag maker\, the collectors and myself - a three-part \;symbiosis coming together in a new man made org anic form. \;In this age where electronic devices are replacing intimac y \;and face-to-face connections\, my commitment is to bring the \; natural\, physical and everyday world back into the human \;experience. The process is the piece and the experience is \;in the participation.

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Francelle Jones: \;I went to see a reggae art ist named Luciano in prospect park and he was singing a song called "Rememb er when we were Kings and Queens". Well I downloaded the song and as I was riding my bike it finally hit me. Some people look at my images and see pov erty in some of the faces. They see the down trodden\, but I look and see k ings and queens. I also think it is a good time especially with everything that is happening in the neighborhood that we are reminded that we are all powerful and beautiful!

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Gustavo Azrael Torres: \;Born and raised in Jersey City\, NJ\, I have been creating art since the age of three. For me\, art has been more of a creative outlet\, it has hel ped me overcome traumatic events in my life such as being bullied\, and sta ying in unhealthy relationships. My pieces are like journal entries\, inspi red by personal experiences in my life.

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Kerwin Williamson:< /strong> \;I \;started pursuing fine-art more intensely in 2001 whi le still working on my first comic/graphic novel (Land of the rising sun). By 2006\, I began working in film-photography [black&\;white]. The urban setting of Brooklyn &\; Manhattan was my first subject\, then I moved i nto digital &\; photographing\, art &\; music events by 2011. My curr ent project [Rise Of The Young Ones] focuses on "Modern architecture"\, asp ects of urban change\, the historic-social causes for it\, and implications . The way I see it\, art encompasses everything\; the way we live\, dress\, eat\, think\, feel\, and interact with each other. Art is the reason\, art is the way.

DTEND:20140824 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140810 GEO:40.672585;-73.959598 LOCATION:FiveMyles\,558 St. Johns Place \nBrooklyn\, NY 11238 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:UNFRAMED\, Michael Britto\, Francelle Jones\, Kerwin Williamson\, G ustavo Azrael Torres\, Floor Grootenhuis UID:348434 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140816T190000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140816T160000 GEO:40.672585;-73.959598 LOCATION:FiveMyles\,558 St. Johns Place \nBrooklyn\, NY 11238 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:UNFRAMED\, Michael Britto\, Floor Grootenhuis\, Francelle Jones\, G ustavo Azrael Torres\, Kerwin Williamson UID:348435 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In her ninth solo show at the Robin Rice Gallery\, veteran a rtist Patricia Heal documents her visual narrative of their enchanted home in upstate New York. Hidden within untouched forests lies Peabrook\, a babb ling brook running through the property. The classic architecture of the ho use is offset by uniquely quirky interiors designed by the English-born Pat ricia and her husband\, Anthony Cotsifas\, which generate an otherworldly e xistence within the estate. &ldquo\;Peabrook is my Neverland\,&rdquo\; Heal states\, in reference to J.M. Barrie&rsquo\;s Peter Pan. &ldquo\; It is a fictional place often described as a metaphor for eternal childhood .&rdquo\; Heal hopes that\, with just a visit to the gallery and a little i magination\, you\, too\, can see Peabrook.

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Her use of the large format\, now-extinct Polaroid film for her black and white pho tographs\, and the warm soft colors found in many of the other pieces of th e collection\, contribute to the sense of antiquity and fantasy surrounding Peabrook. The whimsical subject matter\, including mythical creatures and extensive taxidermy\, complete the &ldquo\;magical&rdquo\; representation o f Heal&rsquo\;s home that she strove to depict. The simply framed 4&rdquo\; x 5&rdquo\;\, 5&rdquo\; x 7&rdquo\; and 8&rdquo\; x 10&rdquo\; photographs sit within large mattes\, in keeping with the classical quality of her ima ges. &ldquo\;I really wanted to work in film again\, and this project seeme d the right one to do it with\,&rdquo\; says Heal\, who lists Sarah Moon an d André\; Kertesz as artistic inspirations.

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T he dark and mysterious invitational image\, &ldquo\;Willow&rdquo\;\, depict s a portrait of a hooded woman\, her downward gaze partially obstructed by the soft branches of a fern from the surrounding garden.

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The earth- toned image contains the unpredictable streaked effect of developed instant film.

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In another image\, entitled &ldquo\;Sitting Room&rdquo\;\, we see a positive image of a film negative. Most notable is the hanging rhinoceros head towering impressively over two antique sitting chairs. The rhinoceros head is an art piece made of resin\; Heal says that she does not condone hunting\, and collects taxidermy as homage to the anim als. Taxidermy can found throughout her home\, including a raven standing a lert upon one of the aforementioned chairs in her living room.

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Patricia Heal was born in England\, where she studied art and t heater. After receiving her degree in photography\, she moved to New York C ity. Currently\, Heal works for leading editorial and commercial clients\, and shares a studio with her husband\, fellow photographer Anthony Cotsifas \, and their bulldog\, Moses. She has received numerous awards\, including the Society of Publication Designers Award for Photography\, the Communicat ion Arts Photography Award\, a Nikon/PDN Award\, the IPA Lucie Fine Art Awa rd\, and a Fuji Film Promotion Award. In her previous show\, Patricia focus ed on the wild ponies of Dartmoor and their habitat. After it was shown at the Robin Rice Gallery\, her show was then exhibited in England at Stone Th eatre in London and Bangwallop in Salcombe\, Devon.

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To view all of the images exhibited\, please direct yourself to www.robinricegallery.com

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DTEND:20141026 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140917 GEO:40.7357251;-74.0074529 LOCATION:Robin Rice Gallery\,325 West 11th Street \nNew York\, NY 10014-622 3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Finding Peabrook\, Patricia Heal UID:348369 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140917T210000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140917T180000 GEO:40.7357251;-74.0074529 LOCATION:Robin Rice Gallery\,325 West 11th Street \nNew York\, NY 10014-622 3 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Finding Peabrook\, Patricia Heal UID:348370 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140829 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140728 GEO:40.7726783;-73.9652947 LOCATION:Van Doren Waxter Gallery\,23 East 73rd Street \n New York\, NY 10 021 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer Group Exhibition: Part II \, James Brooks\, Alan Shields\, M anny Farber\, Al Held UID:348286 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Season in Review \;summarizes our recent ex hibitions with works by the following artists: Tiong Ang\, Guglielmo Achill e Cavellini\, Carlo Ferraris\, Greg Kwiatek\, and Walter Robinson. \;
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Gallery summ er hours: Monday through Thursday\, 10am to 6pm.

We will be clos ed from 22 \;August to 9 September 2014. We re-open \;on 10 Septemb er 2014 with an exhibition by leading \;Portuguese artist Pedro Calapez . \;

DTEND:20140821 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140728 GEO:40.7188646;-73.9846431 LOCATION:LYNCH THAM\,175 Rivington Street \nNew York\, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Season in Review\, Tiong Ang\, Guglielmo Achille Cavellini\, Ca rlo Ferraris\, Greg Kwiatek\, Walter Robinson UID:348256 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Since 1946\, Guild Hall has proudly hosted the annual Clothe sline Art Sale\, a community event that showcases original works by East En d artists. Nearly 400 artists enter the sale each year\, with their work at tracting thousands of art lovers looking for the next \;de Kooning\, Pr ince\, or Sherman. Works range in price from $50 to $2\,000\, with all proc eeds split 50/50 between the artist and Guild Hall. Proceeds from the sale benefit Guild Hall of East Hampton.

DTEND:20140802T160000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140802T090000 GEO:40.957854;-72.190107 LOCATION:Guild Hall\,158 Main Street \nEast Hampton\, NY 11937 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:CLOTHESLINE ART SALE UID:347928 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Flowers is pleased to announce the New York solo debut of Br itish artist Tom Hammick titled\, Hypnagogic. The show\, comprised of paintings and prints\, will run from September 11th until October 11th 2014\, with a reception for the artist on Thursday\, September 11th\, from 6-8pm.

DTEND:20141011 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140911 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Flowers Gallery NY\,529 West 20th Street \nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Hypnagogic\, Tom Hammick UID:347904 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140911T200000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140911T180000 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Flowers Gallery NY\,529 West 20th Street \nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Hypnagogic\, Tom Hammick UID:347905 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140801T190000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140801T100000 GEO:40.7176771;-74.0053594 LOCATION:Gallery 69\,69 Leonard St. \nNew York\, New York 10103 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Spring Summer Art Clearance! UID:347833 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140823 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140806 GEO:40.7485981;-74.0062949 LOCATION:Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 557C West 23rd\,557C West 23rd Street \n New York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cruel Summer\, Mike Ballard\, BLADE\, Mark Bode\, Tim Conlon\, Cope \, Shepard Fairey\, Finok\, FREEDOM\, Sam Friedman\, Mike Giant\, Maya Hayu k\, Eric Haze\, Horfé\, HuskMitNavn\, Dabs Myla\, Caleb Neelon\, NIagar\, C leon Peterson\, Pose\, Recok\, Victor Reyes\, Rime\, RISK\, ben venom UID:347823 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140806T200000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140806T180000 GEO:40.7485981;-74.0062949 LOCATION:Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 557C West 23rd\,557C West 23rd Street \n New York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cruel Summer\, Mike Ballard\, BLADE\, Mark Bode\, Tim Conlon\, Cope \, Shepard Fairey\, Finok\, FREEDOM\, Sam Friedman\, Mike Giant\, Maya Hayu k\, Eric Haze\, Horfé\, HuskMitNavn\, Dabs Myla\, Caleb Neelon\, NIagar\, C leon Peterson\, Pose\, Recok\, Victor Reyes\, Rime\, RISK\, ben venom UID:347824 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20140823 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140806 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 529 W. 20th\,529 W. 20th Street\, 9E \nN ew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cruel Summer\, ben venom\, BLADE\, Caleb Neelon\, Cleon Peterson\, Cope\, Dabs Myla\, Eric Haze\, Finok\, FREEDOM\, Horfé\, HuskMitNavn\, Mark Bode\, Maya Hayuk\, Mike Ballard\, Mike Giant\, NIagar\, Pose\, Recok\, Ri me\, RISK\, Sam Friedman\, Shepard Fairey\, Tim Conlon\, Victor Reyes UID:347821 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140806T210000 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140806T190000 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 529 W. 20th\,529 W. 20th Street\, 9E \nN ew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cruel Summer\, Mike Ballard\, BLADE\, Mark Bode\, Tim Conlon\, Cope \, Shepard Fairey\, Finok\, FREEDOM\, Sam Friedman\, Mike Giant\, Maya Hayu k\, Eric Haze\, Horfé\, HuskMitNavn\, Dabs Myla\, Caleb Neelon\, NIagar\, C leon Peterson\, Pose\, Recok\, Victor Reyes\, Rime\, RISK\, ben venom UID:347822 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The summer rotation in the Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Gallery f ocuses on a selection of drawings and prints from southern Europe and Mexic o and covers over 450 years of art in different media.

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The earliest works on view are drawings by two great artists of the Italian Renaissance : Filippino Lippi (Italian\, ca. 1457&ndash\;1504) and Vittore Carpaccio (I talian\, 1460/66?&ndash\;1525/26). They were close contemporaries and repre sent the two major artistic centers of fifteenth-century Italy: Florence an d Venice\, respectively. Filippino Lippi\, the illegitimate son of the grea t painter Fra Filippo Lippi \;(Italian\, ca. 1406&ndash\;1469)\, was a brilliant muralist and easel-painter active in Florence and Rome. Filippino 's virtuosity as a draftsman is especially evident in his quick expressive sketches and meditated life studies in the difficult technique of metalpoin t\; many of his highly inventive compositions were also recorded by engrave rs of his time\, as seen in the present selection. Carpaccio was a prolific draftsman\, unlike most Venetian Renaissance artists of his generation\, a nd used drawings for a variety of purposes. Some of his drawings in the Mus eum's collection can be firmly connected to extant paintings by him\, and o thers served as models for consultation in the workshop.

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The rotati on also features several new acquisitions of the \;Department of Drawin gs and Prints. A rare\, circular architectural print by the French Renaissa nce artist Hugues Sambin (French\, ca. 1520&ndash\;1601) \;forms the ce ntral focus of a selection of works on paper exploring the interest in Clas sical architecture in France during the sixteenth century. The monumental c ircular drawing of \;Venus at the Forge of Vulcanof the early eighteenth century is one of Sebastiano Conca's most accomplished extant wo rks\, and it is shown here with a group of exuberant compositional studies and figural drawings by Italian Baroque painters. On display nearby is the French nineteenth-century design for a mural by the artist Paul Chenavard ( French\, 1808&ndash\;1895). This heretofore unidentified project represents the so-called \;Gigantomachy\, or the battle of the Olympian Gods against the Giants\, and is paired with other drawings and prints show ing scenes of divine omnipotence.

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A separate group of drawings and prints focuses on Pablo Picasso (Spanish\, 1881&ndash\;1973). Picasso was a prolific printmaker who throughout his long career explored different prin tmaking techniques. His subjects embody a perpetual conversation\, both bet ween his own works and those of his predecessors and colleagues. In this se lection from the Museum's collection\, six works from his oeuvre are contra sted with prints and drawings by other artists. The comparisons highlight h is connection to artistic traditions as well as his own very distinct contr ibutions to art history.

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In part contemporary to Picasso's work\, a large section of the rotation is dedicated to twentieth-century Mexican pr ints. Emerging from the political climate of the Mexican Revolution (1910&n dash\;1920)\, the spirited prints and posters address political themes insp ired by the unstable climate of the first half of the twentieth century\, w hereas others celebrate Mexican traditions and culture such as José\; Guadalupe Posada's skeletons relating to the Day of the Dead.

DTEND:20140929 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140715 GEO:40.7802083;-73.9630508 LOCATION:The Metropolitan Museum of Art\,1000 Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10 028-0918 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Drawings and Prints - Selections from the Permanent Collection\, Fi lippino Lippi\, Vittore Carpaccio\, Jose Guadalupe Posada\, Pablo Picasso\, Hugues Sambin\, Sebastiano Conca UID:347817 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Harlem Postcards is an ongoing project that invites contempo rary artists of diverse backgrounds to reflect on Harlem as a site of cultu ral activity\, political vitality\, visual stimuli\, artistic contemplation and creative production. Representing intimate and dynamic perspectives of Harlem\, the images reflect the idiosyncratic visions of contemporary arti sts from a wide range of backgrounds and locations. Each photograph has bee n reproduced as a limited edition postcard available free to visitors.

DTEND:20141026 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140717 GEO:40.808241;-73.947723 LOCATION:Studio Museum in Harlem\,144 W. 125th St. \nNew York\, NY 10027 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Harlem Postcards Summer 2014\, Kelvin De Leon\, Delphine Diallo\, H eather Hart\, Albert Vecerka UID:347810 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Expanding the Walls: Making Connections Between Photogra phy\, History and Community \;is an annual\, eight-month residency in which New York&ndash\;area high school students explore the history and techniques of photography. Through experimentation\, gallery visits and wo rkshops led by contemporary artists\, the students build community as each explores and defines his or her art practice. Since the program&rsquo\;s fo unding in 2001\, the James VanDerZee (1886&ndash\;1983) archives&mdash\;hou sed at The Studio Museum in Harlem&mdash\;have been the primary catalyst fo r the students&rsquo\; critical reflections on the representation of cultur e and community. VanDerZee\, the iconic chronicler of Harlem during its ren aissance period\, documented landscapes and social groups\, and cultivated a thriving studio practice that represented an emergent black middle class. Now in its fourteenth year\, the program and exhibition continue to be imp assioned considerations of VanDerZee&rsquo\;s timeless themes\, and testame nts to the Studio Museum&rsquo\;s commitment to young\, emerging artists.\n

The title for this exhibition\, \;Vantage Point\, is a term that describes a position or place that affords a wide or advantageous perspective. \;Vantage Point \;presents the students&rsqu o\; perspectives and awareness of complex power dynamics\, definitions of c ommunity\, internal conflicts and victories. Like VanDerZee\, the young art ists meticulously construct works that range from realistic echoes of lived experiences to projected narratives that deliberately push perceived socie tal boundaries. Atzimba Xoyalta&rsquo\;s \;The Thinker \;( 2014)\, for example\, is an intimate snapshot\, photojournalistic in approa ch\, illustrating the self-discovery of youth\, while an untitled work by G abriella Rosen uses the language of film noir to recast everyday people as superheroes. From these diverse vantage points students both collapse and e xpand the notions of lived and imagined experiences.

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Through their engagement with contemporary artists and museum professionals\, excursions throughout New York and discussion groups focusing on the impact of art on society\, students discover techniques to present their ideas to an interge nerational audience. For this exhibition\, \;Expanding the Walls \;participants have selected VanDerZee photographs\, displayed along side their own\, that resonate with the same sense of performance and produ ction present in their works.

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DTEND:20141026 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140717 GEO:40.808241;-73.947723 LOCATION:Studio Museum in Harlem\,144 W. 125th St. \nNew York\, NY 10027 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Vantage Point - Expanding the Walls 2014\, Brendly Fernandez\, D'An gelo Heyward\, Kelvin De Leon\, Andrew Maldonado\, Gilberto Mena\, Jesus Mo rales\, Christopher Neal\, Sarah Ortiz\, Justin Perez\, Gabriella Rosen\, S teven Sanchez\, Maia Weisenhaus\, Atzimba Xoyalta\, Alice Zheng UID:347809 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Under Another Name \;borrows its title from a l ine that appears in René\;e Green&rsquo\;s letterpress print \;William Morris. In it\, she cites William Morris\, a 19th century En glish artist\, writer\, textile designer and socialist. In his novel \; A Dream of John Ball \;(1888)\, which Green quotes\, he writes : &ldquo\;I pondered...how men fight and lose the battle\, and the thing th at they fought for comes about in spite of their defeat\, and when it comes turns out not to be what they meant\, and other men have to fight for what they meant under another name&hellip\;&rdquo\;

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Under Another N ame \;considers work in multiple media\, focusing on the relations hip of various genres and media to one another. Here\, ephemeral sculptures are captured as photographs\; letterpress prints invoke the aesthetics of video\; performances are recorded as drawings\; sound is captured in object s\; and photographs are abstracted into paintings. Rather than privileging one medium over another\, the exhibition looks at their interdependence and what happens when a work is understood through the context of a new medium .

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DTEND:20150308 DTSTAMP:20140729T170831 DTSTART:20140717 GEO:40.808241;-73.947723 LOCATION:Studio Museum in Harlem\,144 W. 125th St. \nNew York\, NY 10027 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Under Another Name\, Dawit L. Petros\, Leslie Hewitt\, Terry Adkins UID:347807 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR