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Exhibition Detail
Underground on BROADWAY
Curated by: Sophie Hill
473 Broadway, 7th floor
New York , NY 10013

July 1st, 2010 - July 15th, 2010
July 1st, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Queen\'s Road Peckham, Sam HodgeSam Hodge, Queen's Road Peckham,
2009, Oil on canvas
Habilments, Sophie DuckworthSophie Duckworth, Habilments,
2009, Wool, thread, ribbon, wax, gold
Untitled, Katie ElderKatie Elder, Untitled, 2010, Oil on board
120 Nights of Sodom, RARTRART, 120 Nights of Sodom,
2009, Photography
Into the Ordinary, Caitlin Montie Greer (RART)Caitlin Montie Greer (RART), Into the Ordinary,
2008, Photography
Boy 1, Cameron SnowCameron Snow, Boy 1, 2009
American Boy, Jungyeon RohJungyeon Roh, American Boy,
2010, Silkscreen
Untitled, Untitled, 2010, Mixed Media
Black Cats, Darlin FrometaDarlin Frometa, Black Cats, 2009, Oil
Found Mask, Scott BluedornScott Bluedorn, Found Mask, 2009
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Two Shows. Two Cities

Underground on BROADWAY is a London built exhibition of young, emerging British talent showing in New York this summer. Made up of nine artists’ work, the show is eclectic in both medium and specific subject, a collection of early inspiration, showing how these initial pieces play off one another in terms of style and raw imagination.

Spontaneous and exciting, Pop-Up New York is a handful of New York's young artists, gathered to spring up next to the London show. Working in a range of mediums this group show is an array of visual reaction, with artists responding to their surrounding influences and situations. Reflective of New York, the show will run alongside Underground on BROADWAY providing an energy filled visual dialogue that will allow both shows to feed off one another.

Underground on BROADWAY and Pop-Up New York will be a unique and interactive experience aiming to involve both the artists and viewers of each of its hometowns. The growth of the Underground show has been constantly documented on a blog, initially in London and now in New York, to let everyone across both countries what’s going on. On opening night there will be music, filming, live web streams back to England, the opportunity to text artists not present at the opening, and an atmosphere lively with ideas and thoughts from two cities miles apart. Truly innovative, these shows look to manipulate what modern communication can offer, as well as presenting some of the cities’ most exciting young artistic talent.

Not to be missed come to the OPENING PARTY on the 1st of July for a preview unlike any other.


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