spctclr vws

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spctclr vws
Curated by: Alma Gharib, Mary Mihelic

334 Furman St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
May 15th, 2009 - June 7th, 2009
Opening: May 15th, 2009 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

+1 718-802-0603
Columbia University, New School, Parsons School of Design
mixed-media, photography, video-art, sculpture


BROOKLYN, NY.- Artists are collaborating, conceptualizing, performing, and much more in spctclr vws, a contemporary show featuring artists and the teachers, friends, students, and colleagues who inspire them.

This month-long exhibition starting May 15 will feature over fifty artists including Peter Drake, Tom Butter, Owen Mundy, Karen Santry, Janis Salek, Charles Seplowin, Stephen Davis, Frank Detrich, Elisa Jensen, Sandi Slone, Lori Nozick, Tom Lendvai, Luis da Cruz, and Karen McCoy to name a few.

Some highlights of the show include a padded cell, ear trumpets, kabuki theatre, steps to nowhere, a bridge to nowhere, hanging junipers, studio shoes, architectural space interruptions, and personality visualizations.

This is the third time artist/real estate professional Mary Mihelic has been given donated space for artists in New York. This time, Stribling Marketing Associates is working with Mihelic to provide space at One Brooklyn Bridge Park for spctclr vws. In addition to donating the space, Stribling Marketing Associates is giving artists 100% of the sales commission.

The show will be curated by Mihelic who holds an MFA from Parsons and her assistant curator Alma Gharib. Gharib will receive her Masters in Art History from Columbia in May.

Spctclr vws will run from May 15th until June 7th and be open Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6 pm. It can be seen on weekdays by appointment (call Mary Mihelic at 917-969-0222 to schedule one).

The opening is May 15th from 7 to 10 pm at One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman Street.