LAUNCH F18 and Grimm Artisanal Ales is delighted to present Tribeca Summer Saturday, a closing reception event for the gallery's group exhibition, Future Starts Slow, taking place on Saturday, August 17th from 1-6 PM. The event is also in collaboration with Tribeca based gallery, Y2K Group, also located at 373 Broadway, Suite 518. The event is free and open to the public.
On the occasion of LAUNCH F18's group exhibition, Future Starts Slow, co-curator of the show, Christin Graham sat down with participating artist, Corinne Bernard to discuss her studio practices, relationship with art, and voice as a young emerging artist. We're delighted to present this thoughtful and personal conversation between the both of them. Please click here to read the full conversation.
Future Starts Slow artist, Rose Vickers sat down with Sam Trioli for Riot Material to discuss her work in the gallery's current exhibition as well as her practices as a writer, critic and curator.
Meena Hasan & Tommy Kha reviewed by Emily Sun for Hyperallergic. "Echoes of Identity Across the Work of Two Asian-American Artists" provides an in depth look at the artists stunning exhibitio Other Echoes Inhabit The Garden. To read the full article please click the link below.
Watch Meena Hasan & Tommy Kha discuss their exhibition Other Echoes Inhabit The Garden. Producer, Ronan Babbit captures the two artist in conversation within their exhibition, and reveals the deep and personal meaning behind the work and collaboration.
Featured in the NY Times: Show Us Your Wall series, Frankie Rice and his sculpture "Untitled" (2015) were part of the converstation focusing on artist, writer and director John Waters, and his personal collection within his New York City home. Rice, a long time friend of Waters created this series of remarkable sculptures made from pill bottles for H.I.V. medications.