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Men on Maps
Curated by: Barry Kostrinsky
50 Bruckner Blvd. Bldg. A
Bronx, NY 10454


September 3rd, 2008 - October 10th, 2008
Opening: 
September 5th, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Ground Under Memories, Eduardo  TerranovaEduardo Terranova, Ground Under Memories,
2008, coffee, wine, resin and hard stitching on canvas, 60” x 28”
Blast from the Past, SonicSonic, Blast from the Past,
2008, mixed media, 28” x 23” x 30”
Metro Card, ZimadZimad, Metro Card,
2008, aerosol, collage, resin on mylar, 24" x 22"
NY Subway Not All Sub, Arthur ReallyArthur Really, NY Subway Not All Sub,
2008, subway map, aerosol paint, straws, wire, hardware, on wood, 37.5” x 36”
The Journey OM...Every Day A Creating Odyssey, Lew PeterlaLew Peterla,
The Journey OM...Every Day A Creating Odyssey,
2008, Mixed Media, 52” x 53”
Time Out Of Mind, J.C. RiceJ.C. Rice, Time Out Of Mind,
2008, Digital Collage / Giclee Print, 12" x 24
© j.c. rice
MTA vs Google Earth, Orin BuckOrin Buck, MTA vs Google Earth,
2008, digital collage on vinyl, 60” x 58”
Crossing Over, Matt NolenMatt Nolen, Crossing Over,
2008, ceramic, steel, wood, 28” x 18” x 8”
Under Pressure, Under Pressure,
2008, digital print of acrylic on print, 61” x 42”
Untitled, MeresMeres, Untitled,
2008, aerosol spray paint, marker and MTA subway map on canvas
Untitled, Son OneSon One, Untitled,
2008, aerosol on MTA subway map, 31.5” X 22”
Medicine Wheel for New York City, Stevie FonerStevie Foner, Medicine Wheel for New York City,
2008, MTA Subway Map collage, paint, ink, stone, adhesive, NY subway token, and polyurethane on canvas, 29” x 23”
Lost, SexerSexer, Lost,
2008, acrylic spray paint, collage and glue on canvas, 24” x 20”
3rd. Ave. El, Jeffrey AceaJeffrey Acea, 3rd. Ave. El,
2008, acrylic and ink on acetate, 11” x 14”
Memory Inaccurate, david gregorydavid gregory, Memory Inaccurate,
2008, mixed media on canvas, 60” x 48”
Untitled, Rob TeetersRob Teeters, Untitled,
2008, charcoal on MTA subway map, 22.5” x 32”
Map 3, Scott LowenbaumScott Lowenbaum, Map 3,
2008, graphite, oil, ink and collage on paper
My Bronx, Luis PaganLuis Pagan, My Bronx,
2008, latex on canvas, 30” x 40”
New York City, for Barry, Gerhard FrommelGerhard Frommel, New York City, for Barry,
2008, oil on canvas, 48” x 36”
Women On My Map (And Other Superfluous Information), Serge J-F. LevySerge J-F. Levy,
Women On My Map (And Other Superfluous Information),
August, 2008, mixed media, 28" W x 33" H
Drive Instead, Robert SeyffertRobert Seyffert, Drive Instead,
2008, enamel and oil on MTA subway map on cardboard, 34” x 22.5”
Plantation  , Aristides LogothetisAristides Logothetis, Plantation ,
mixed media, 30"W x 20.5"H
As One  , Marc SapirMarc Sapir, As One ,
2008, paper on panel, 5” x 7”
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“Men on Maps”

Curated by Barry Kostrinsky

 

Opening Reception:  Friday, September 5, 5-9pm

 

What do you think of when you see the New York City subway map?  

Is it a guide, a diagram, a riddle? Is it a canvas?

“Men on Maps” explores the unique aesthetic responses of over 50 male artists when presented with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s map of the New York City subway system as a base upon which to create: the blank canvas is replaced with a loaded image for each artist to interpret and transform.

Various mediums including audio, collage, drawing, painting, photography, video, and other forms fill both Gallery I and II.  

 


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