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TNC Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Up From the Deep
155 First Avenue
New York, New York 10003

July 10th, 2012 - August 25th, 2012
July 10th, 2012 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Invitation by Tim Powers Wilson, Group ShowGroup Show, Invitation by Tim Powers Wilson
east village/lower east side
(212) 254-1109
Daily 10-10. Sunday 12-6
modern, figurative, surrealism, landscape, realism, conceptual, mixed-media, photography, TNC Gallery, east village gallery, Alternative Gallery photography, sculpture

"UP FROM THE DEEP" opens July10th at 7 P.M with  Dennis Karagovalis providing  live music.   "Up From the Deep"  is an exhibit  of 15 artists who probe the fathoms of memory, dreams, myth and states of being. The show ranges from photography to mixed media, fabric sculptures, and good old colored pigment smeared on flat surfaces. Jeff Faerber has curated the exhibition. It runs through  August 25. Daily from 12-8.

 Guest curator Jeff Faerber includes 14 talented artists and, in an act of shameless nepotism, himself . The Brooklyn artists are Jeff Faerber, Andrew Smenos , and Rusty Zimmerman.  From Manhattan Fedele Spadafora and Zoë Williams. Ipek Sen lives in Astoria. And Rupa DasGupta  and Buddy Nestor(NJ), Barron Storey (SF),Timothy Wilson (Portland, Maine) Lars Henkel, (Köln, Germany), David Hollenbach (Philadelphia), Reuben Negron (CT), Jeremy Holmes (Ithaca, NY) and Victoria Selbach (Long Island.)

The subterranean themes explored are the ocean's depths by Rupa "an-Octopus-a-Day" DasGupta, memories of childhood in the iconography of Andrew Smenos,  the subconscious dreams and internal mythology of  both Zoë Williams and Lars Henkel, and whatever Buddy Nestor pulls up from the twisted depths of his head.

TNC Gallery is one of the largest and oldest alternative gallery spaces in lower Manhattan. Curated by Peter J. Ketchum, Its 2,000 square feet of wall space is located in the Theater for the New City. The 25-year-old TNC Gallery continues the commitment TNC's  founder Crystal Field made to make it a center for the convergence of visual and performing arts.

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