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The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano

Exhibition Detail
Curated by: RadiusTwelve
2710 Broadway, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10025

July 6th, 2011 - July 27th, 2011
July 6th, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Kosciusko at Bushwick, July 13 2011, Brad IsnardBrad Isnard, Kosciusko at Bushwick, July 13 2011,
July 2011, Pencil on paper, 30"x22.5"
© 2011
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upper west side
(212) 665-9460
Mon-Thu 10-6, Sat 10-1, and by appointment.
abstract, conceptual, mixed-media, photography

The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano presents "Distance"

An exhibition curated by RadiusTwelve


Opening reception Wednesday July 6th, 2011 from 6 to 8pm


On exhibit from July 6 through July 27

2710 Broadway @104th Street, 3rd Floor

NYC, NY 10025


Distance [dis-tuh ns]


The state or fact of being apart in space, as of one thing from another; remoteness.


Distance exhibits both physical and emotional components. There is the distance from a past event which caused transformation. The distance from a future event can be equally imposing. A more immediate distance exists between the viewer and the gallery wall. In becoming aware of the distance addressed by the artwork, the awareness of one's present state of being is enhanced.


The selected artists explore these physical aspects of distance through conceptual art, drawing, mixed media, painting, photography and text.


Featuring the work of George Artinian, Colleen Blackard, William Brovelli, Marcy Chevali, Dexter Ciprián, Carrie Crow, Mustafa Faruki, Bill Heinrich, Rebecca Herman, Brad Isnard, Katarina Jerinic, Blair Lambert, Francine Leclercq, Mitchell Marco, Mauricio Morrillas, Lovina Purple, Alejandra Regalado, Lauren Smith, Ali Soltani and Miho Suzuki.


RadiusTwelve is a group of independent artists working together to showcase contemporary art. This is RadiusTwelve's first curated exhibition.


Since 1979, the not-for-profit El Taller Latino Americano, The Latin American Workshop, has been a forum for artists from

across the Americas to form and perform new works. Inspired by the belief that the creative act and cultural interchange

dispel fear and mistrust between communities, El Taller offers a space for shared artistic and cultural experience.


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