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Priority Mail: Our 2019 Mail Art Biennial @ Ground Floor Gallery

Thursday, August 15th, 2019

Ground Floor Gallery is thrilled to officially announce the return of one of their most popular summer shows, “Priority Mail: Our 2019 Mail Art Biennial”: a sweeping survey of small, original artworks mailed to them by contemporary artists from across the globe. “Priority Mail” is a grand and inclusive gesture for their intimate gallery space in Park Slope, Brooklyn. In the spirit of inclusion and accessibility, all artworks will be priced at $125 and 10% of profits from the exhibition will be donated to the Committee to Protect Journalists in their tireless efforts to defend freedom of the press worldwide. 

Artist Bethanie Irons. Based in Missouri.

Rhia Hurt : Seeing Through at Ground Floor Gallery

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

Ground Floor Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Rhia Hurt, featuring paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installations. Inspired by her lived experiences—both the urban and natural landscape, Hurt depicts forms suggestive of stones, reflecting pools, rope, netting, and chain link fences. Exploring narratives through time and space, Hurt considers the journey as well as a reflection of the final work in her practice.

The show is on view June 14th -July 14th. There will be a public interactive installation with the artist: Make Your Mark: on June 14th 4-6pm. The VIP Opening Preview is on June 20th 5-7pm followed by a Public Reception form  7-9pm.  The exhibition closes with a brunch on Sunday July 14 12-3pm.

 

Ground Floor Gallery is pleased to present String Theory

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Ground Floor Gallery is kicking off their summer season a little early with String Theory, a group show featuring artists Antonia Perez,
Beka Goedde, Eliza Stamps and Victoria Manganiello.  The show is curated by the gallery’s Co-Founder, Jill Benson and ongoing through
In physics, String Theory describes how strings of individual particles propagate through space and interact with each other. The strings vibrate and create gravitational force. It is this natural force to create that drives these dynamic, mixed-media artists to weave, knit, crochet and sculpt their ideas into cohesion. Primarily using textiles, the artists weave new narratives from raw and found materials.

Ground Floor Gallery presents Act 5: Mie Yim | Sfumato

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

Ground Floor Gallery is pleased to conclude their 5th anniversary exhibition, ” . . .  in 5 Acts,” with “Sfumato,” Mie Yim’s first solo show in over 10 years!  The artist explains her title, “Sfumato,” in this excerpt from her letter addressed to Leonardo Da Vinci – the brilliant mind who perfected this visual device: 

 Dear Mr. Da Vinci,

I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for letting me use the term, “Sfumato” for my painting show.

Yes, you are the master at blending colors and shapes to the softest edges, where the lines disappear. I’m not sure if you invented the technique, but you certainly perfected it. I love the meaning of the word, “to evaporate like smoke”.

. . .  as a young adult, I went to your country to study art for a year. I saw a lot of paintings, yours, of course, and tons of other artists that were your peers and others who followed in your footsteps.   

I was so inspired.  . .  . I started out making figurative paintings. There were made up characters like bears and bunnies in fantasy narrative situations. I guess harking back to my early years. The story telling is great, but there’s this whole other thing called abstraction that you missed out on that’s pretty awesome. So I had to try that too. I literally started to break down the images. For this show at Ground Floor Gallery, I choose recent paintings.  Some veer toward  abstraction, almost minimalist, others are figurative and a bit surrealist. 

The show is ongoing to September 16th.

Ground Floor Gallery presents The Spaces In-Between: Subway Drawings by Patrick Jewell, 2016-18

Thursday, August 9th, 2018

Ground Floor Gallery hosts Act 4 in their 5th anniversary exhibition, “. . . in 5 Acts,”. The fourth act features artist and master portraitist, Patrick Jewell. This will be the artist’s exhibition debut of his resonant subway drawings which capture his fellow straphangers in moments of contemplation and self-reflection. A nomadic art practice which emerged from time and space constraints in his daily life, the subway drawings are also a testament to the strength of observation and relentless dedication to one’s craft.

Exhibition closes on August 12th.

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