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107 Suffolk Street, first floor. 
F or J/M train to Delancey St. North side of Delancey, east to Suffolk St., up 1/2 block. 
It's a beautiful, old school building turned arts center. 
No cover - Free will donation for the house. 

AUGUST 25th, 2015 6ish to 9:30ish
Heads up!  This is actually 4th Tuesday not 3rd Tuesday.
We are making room for for the Fringe Festival's return to The Clemente
and will be meeting in the Abrazzo Interno Gallery on the 2nd floor. (no elevator)
6-7pm potluck social
7-8:30ish each artist gets 20 minutes to talk and take questions
8:30-10 potluck social


Presenting
THE E32 ALL MALE REVIEW
No, we're not sexually exploiting them. They're showing art.  







JULY 21st, 2015     6ish to 9:30ish



Presenting works by:
   

Fred Gutzeit ~ landscape to abstraction/nature to signatures

Marc Kehoe - odd figures and odd landscapes

Camilla Fallon ~ painterly figurative to painterly diagrammatics

Allen Hansen ~ diagrammatic abstractions using roofing tar

Alex Markwith ~ abstractions using industrial materials including roofing cement 







2014
E32 at Fountain - slideshow



E32 is pleased to announce its participation in 
Fountain Art Fair
Booth E-102

March 7-9, 2014 The 69th Regiment Armory -  Lexington Avenue at 26th Street 

Presenting works by:

Linda Byrne ~ Sally Curcio ~ Linda Griggs
Allen Hansen ~ Amy Hill ~ Dennis Hlynsky 
Debra Jenks ~ Lisa Lebofsky 
Christina Marsh ~ Lindsey Nobel 
Peter Patchen ~ Tony Robbin 
Saul Robbins ~ Cynthia Beth Rubin
Erik Sanner ~ Judith Simonian 
Melanie Vote ~ Jeffrey Cyphers Wright 

featuring
Augmented Reality~Cities of Beads~3D Printed Stealth Birds~Poetic Collage
Painterly Travel Kaleidoscopes~Grand Theft Auto plundered of it's Traffic Cones
Racial Blurs~Diagrams of the Unknowable~Flight Paths of Starlings
Subversive Underware~The Visualisation of the Geometric Fourth Dimension
Voyage to St Martin~Upcycled Nests~Lost Childhood~Chromogenic Diptychs
Monsters in Suits~Aluminum Water~Smut and Marshmallows 




February 19th, 2013
6:00 - 8:00

E32 Presents

The First E32 Crit

Karen Marston ~ Larry Walczak ~ Jeanne Tremel ~
Christopher Stout ~ Patricia Fabricant ~
Amy Hill ~ Jane R. Dell




February 21st, 2012 
6:00 - 8:00 SHARP

E32 Presents

Narrative is Only Half the Story 

Amy Hill Jeanne Wilkinson Diana Jensen Grace Roselli 
Linda Griggs Peter Patchen 





then at 8:00pm stay for 

Basey Jane
storyteller and spoken word performer. - $8 cover 



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June 21st
6:30 - 8:30ish

E32 Presents

A Tool is a Mirror 
curated by Liz Keithline 
Every keyboard reflects a hand and every screen an eye. 
Aerostatic, Sheila Gallagher Dennis Hlynsky
Brian Kane Duncan Laurie Rupert Nesbitt Erik Sanner 

&
Find & Combine
Each artist sources and combines images 
but the results and media are very different. 
Elisabeth Condon Noa Charuvi Carla Gannis
Linda Griggs Amy Hill Judith Simonian 


We open each show with the work of a video artist from outside of the New York City area. We are pleased to present new work by Fargo, ND artist
Henry Gwiazda

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April 20th
6:30ish - 10ish

E32 Presents

it's still. it moves.
6

a combination of still image art -- painting,art -- painting, sculpture,
&
moving image arts -- video and video within installation.

Carol Radspecher Suzan Shutan Pamela Lawton 
Arielle Falk Sally Curcio Felix Gosse Erik Sanner 
Sarah Schrift Jane Dell Howard Better 

with work from Orebro, Sweden by
Jonas Nilsson and Eva Olson

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FEBRUARY 16TH 
6:30ish - 10ish

E32 Presents

it's still. it moves.
5
a combination of still image art -- painting, 3 years of shredded financial documents, installations, shim-stallations
and moving image arts -- video and video within installation.

Tim Cahill Suzan Shutan Debra Jenks Fred Gutzeit Eric Sutphin
Christopher Stout Rick Klauber Linda Griggs 

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JANUARY 19TH 
6:30ish - 10ish

E32 Presents

it's still. it moves.
IV
a combination of still image art -- painting, book arts, drawing, installation
and moving image arts -- video and combined media

Aileen Bassis Amy Hill Barbara Friedman Christopher Lee Judith SimonianLawrence Swan Liz Keithline Norma Markley Patricia Fabricant Tim Cahill Erik Sanner Cynthia Beth Rubin and Seth Lamberton 

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AUGUST 18 
7:30 - 10ish

E32 Presents

A CELEBRATION OF TRIBES MAGAZINE #12

Where poetry and art meet in the down and dirty heart of Bohemia!
The "Last Salon", Steve Cannon's performance space and gallery, known as "A Gathering of the Tribes", has published issue 12 of its art and poetry magazine. With over a hundred pages the journal features full color artwork by stars such as Louise Bourgeois and Thomas Nozkowski. The cover art by Willie Birch echoes the original premier issue's cover art by David Hammons. 
Cannon, affectionately known as the Blind Professor, started Tribes in his apartment in 1991. Tribes is a survivor and represents a special niche, serving the LES and hosting regular readings, critically acclaimed art shows and workshops. 
On Tuesday, August 18 at 7pm, six of the artists and two poets will present work from the magazine at 5C Cultural Center and Cafe. The delightful bohemian venue with its corner windows overlooks the intersection of 5th Street and Avenue C. Artwork will be projected on a screen and the artists will discuss it. Please join us for a low key, informal evening of intimate magic. 
-- Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

Hugo Bastidas Ford Crull Debra Jenks Kim Keever Pamela Lawton Marlene Tseng Yu 

And poets:

Valery Oisteanu and Jeffrey Cyphers Wright 

Hosted by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, guest art curator for Tribes Magazine #12. AKA Mr. Underground, Wright is a poet and collage artist who ran Cover Magazine for 15 years. His regular book review column called "Rapid Transit" appears i The Brooklyn Rail. He also publishes Live Mag! and regulary hosts readings at La Mama and the Bowery Poetry Club.

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FEBRUARY 17TH 
7:30 - 10ish

E32 is pleased to

forgo any pretense of curatorial trajectory, theoretical imperative or conceptual overview in lieu of just getting a show together for February. Why? Because, the occasional decent day aside, February is a loathsome month and we need some fun. So join us for the artists' TV party that is E32.



it's still. it moves. 3
Tuesday, February 17th, 2009
7:30 -10pm
5C Cultural Lounge
68 Avenue C at 5th Street
No cover charge

Carmen Einfinger "tells all" about dealing with the Chinese public art bureaucracy while covering a shipping container with specially knitted tea cozy.

Barbara Lubliner explains her heavy, welded, rolling, tumbling, noisy, rattle sculptures...Toy-like, yes, but for adults since they could give a child a concussion.

Tony Feyer will lure you in and slap you back with his beautifully painted high art about low places.

Monique Ford brings painterly abstraction for your scopic delectation.

Jamie M Lee offers a fetching contrast with graphic abstractions in paper, glitter, fabric paint and more.

Hyo Jeong Nam will enthrall all with her amazing, intricate, site specific thread installations.

Jeffrey Cyphers Wright beguiles with graffiti-esque arabesques of East Village collage.

International contribution by English artists,

Alex Pearl with another installation from his Stargazers series and Anthony Elliott with Get a Job, a conceptual art in which sculpture is nearly a by product.

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JANUARY 27TH 
7:30 - 10ish

E32 is pleased to present

an amazing series of art videos that use techniques ranging from manipulating found footage, pets at hand and high tech special effects to create works tha move from sublime to the bizarre to hilariously bizarre.

World Wide Moving Image IV
Tuesday, January 27th, 2009
7:30 -10pm
5C Cultural Lounge
68 Avenue C at 5th Street
No cover charge

Present and speaking about their work will be:

Tim CahillWhat Now?

Tony Feyer - Cosmic Jackpot & Giggle Factory

Elizabeth Riley - Green Chair

Liz-n-Val - Bird Twist

Arielle Falk - excerpt from Alegrias

Michael Glen - Latte

Roxane Butterfly - Untitled excerpt from Djellaba Groove

International contribution by English artists,

Alex Pearl from his Stargazers series and Lizzy Lee with Stanley: Dog of War



IT'S STILL. IT MOVES. 2

VIDEO PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTING MIXED MEDIA PERFORMANCE DOCUMENTATION DRAWING

Present and speaking about their work will be several members of 
The District of Columbia Arts Center collective, SPARKPLUG


Kathryn McDonnell , Karen Joan Topping site blog, Mike Matason, Lisa McCarty, Jenny Walton site & blog, Mark Planisek sitesite 2 Deborah Carroll AnzingerPeter Gordon , Lea Ann Bigelow 

and
New York's Own:
Serge J-F. LevyAlexander Skarlinski , Asya GeisbergTony Feyer Dax Van Alten

with
Video by Out of Town Guests:
Swedish artists, Jonas Nilsson and Eva Olsson 




APRIL 15TH 

E32 is pleased to present


IT'S STILL. IT MOVES.

PAINTING AND SCULPTURE
Barbara FriedmanFred GutzeitSaul RobbinsTed Stanke,Jessica Hargreaves, Lara Star Martini 
VIDEO
Timothy CahillDaniel JayDebbie Deas/PhaseSpace Lars Swan New Clean Wars 

Out of Town Guest Artists:
Henry Gwiazda, Feargal O'Malley, Blake Carrington, Christopher Bruchansky 





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FEBRUARY 19TH 

E32 is pleased to present



SWEETNESS AND LIGHT: a Sugar Show

Lynn TalbotRebecca SiemeringMary Jo VathLinda Griggs,Javier LaraLori EllisonSally CurcioT. Charnan LewisYaya ChouJessica Westbrook 




 
&
OTHER WORLDS
Callie Hirsch, Jeanne Mischo & Christine Callahan 

 


SWEETNESS AND LIGHT – A Sugar Show, a lavish assortment of works about or made of sugar featuring paintings, a frosted police car, a gummi bear chandelier, spinning gum and a blood sugar graph-hypoglycemia video. 

OTHER WORLDS: - presents work of three photographers who "feature what is hidden in plain sight....and lets the audience join in discovering the unbelievable, every-day adventure of living." 

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JANUARY 2008 
E32 is pleased to present

THE SHADOW SHOW

curated by Liz Keithline
&
NEW CLEAN WARS

LARS SWAN & AUDIO ARTISTS
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DECEMBER 2007 
E32 is pleased to present

LET YOUR HEART BE LIGHT
a street projection appearing Dec 14th and 15th from 8-10pm
 
&

HOLIDAY SURPRISE
On E32 night, the 3rd Tuesday, December 18th from 8-10pm video and traditional artists responding to an open call will be present with their art on DVD. We don't know what we'll see. Like any gift ever given it could be just what we wanted or "Pajamas. Gee, Grandma, thanks." In any case, we will find joy in sharing and the projector bulb will make the season bright. 


HOLIDAY SURPRISE - WRAP UP
We had a great show featuring: Linda Byrne~ Paul Davies~ Barbara Freidman~ Leon Golomb~ Amy Hill~ Liz-n-Val~ Ron Richter~ Kenan Rubenstein~ Cynthia Beth Rubin~ Judy Simonian~ Joel Simpson~ Paul Shima~ Chris Twomey~ Dax Van Alton 

NOVEBER 2007
November 20th, 8 - 10pm, 2007
E32 is proud to present


WORLDWIDE MOVING IMAGE III
Featuring Works by:
Cynthia Beth Rubin Tim Cahill Robert Pearre Fabian Giles Tim Skinner Caterina Davinio Christian Cruz Jonas Nilsson Eva Olsson Penny Leong Browne & David Leith Lane Last Carolyn L Kane Shalom Gorewitz 

E32 is pleased to present video work from British Columbia, Sweden, Mexico, England, Italy and the US, touching on subjects as varied as sound art, flying poetry, body image animation, CRUFT images, electronic memory and Burlesque. 
. . . These works touch on the many ways that art video is made and presented but it does not begin to encompass them all. 
Join the artists on November 20th for the always lively, supportive and unpretentious discussion of what motivates and inspires them.OCTOBER 2007
Tuesday, October 16th, 8-10pm
E32 presents
fourteen artists in two shows of representational art:




MUST I PAINT YOU A PICTURE
Rachel Burgess Anka Pinczer + Charice Silverman+ Hyunjung (Hannah) Kim +Tao Nyeu+ Tomomi Tanikawa+ Kripa Kreations + Yanni Kim + Jaimee Newman + Sandra Granzow+ Nivi Alroy 
View Show
 

VISUAL VULNERABILITES
Christina Soto + Felix Gosse + ALXSw 
View Show 

MUST I PAINT YOU A PICTURE - presents the work of ten artists, recent graduates of a master's program in illustration. It includes painters, printmakers, comic artists, book illustrators, sculptors, and draftsmen. The influences on their work are as diverse as their techniques. Some have found inspiration in our environment – in the faces, places, and phenomena of New York City. Some draw on cultural heritage, combining it with personal experience to produce new insight. And some use narratives, both invented and borrowed, to create deceptively simple interpretive art. In all cases, the work bridges the diminishing divide between illustration and fine art, relying on fine art traditions for media, theme, or presentation, yet maintaining an emphasis on storytelling and communication. By treating fine art and illustration as complementary, we hope to broaden the scope of both genres, and in doing so ask, "must we paint you a picture?" -- Rachel Burgess 

VISUAL VULNERABILITES: deals with the vulnerability inherent in every journey whether that journey is psychological, spiritual and physical.
 

SEPTEMBER 2007
September 18th 2007 
E32 is proud to present
two shows on Abstraction:

View Show
PAINTING AS DISCLOSURE 
Allen Hansen
Kylie Heidenheimer
Laura Via
Robert Kingston
COLOR, SURFACE & GEOMETRY
Lori Ellison

Jenny Wunderle
Chris Dunlap
PAINTINGS AS DISCLOSURE - Kylie Heidenheimer, Allen Hansen, Laura Via and Robert Kingston, all - on their own terms - explore the physicality of paint. While working within a limited format, these artists exemplify personal and diverse vocabularies that are resonant and uniquely theirs. 

COLOR, SURFACE & GEOMETRY: Abstraction at it's most basic deals with color, surface and form. But Abstraction risks being merely decorative unless it has some higher content. Often discussions of painterly Abstraction incorporate philosophical or spiritual systems but spirituality is in the inner eye of the beholder. This discussion is less often applied to Geometric art but Geometries, decorative and Sacred, have their roots in pre-history and remain meaningful today. 


AUGUST 2007
"BROADTHINKING" 
curated by Chris Twomey and Peggy Cypers
view show 

featuring:
Chris Twomey, Peggy Cypers, Pamela Longobardi, Tina Potter, 
Gulsen Calik, Ellen K Levy, Kathleen Vance
 





JULY 2007 
E32 is proud to present
Worldwide Moving Image II
view show 
Featuring Works by:
Javier Lara
Dutch Masterson 
(starring Carlucci!)
Hampus Pettersson
Cynthia Beth Rubin
Erik Sanner
Matt Borghi
David Ley~
Angeles Cossio
Keith Sullivan



From touching and evocative memories of family never met, to a delightful homage to silent film magicians, to video that stands alone even as it describes installation. . . These works touch on the many ways that art video is made and presented but it does not begin to encompass them all. 

E32 in action at Erik Sanner's blogspot 

JUNE 2007
Gone Fishing - Closed for Vacation
 

MAY 2007 
view show 
May 2007 "Worldwide Moving Image 1"
featuring
Guillermina Buzio Rob Davis Jan Hakon Erichsen Michael Krazowita VJ TragikrocK Heather Levy and Bruce Wilhelm (courtesy of ADA Gallery)



APRIL 2007

April 2007 Innaugural Show, "Flights of Fancy"
featuring
Linda Byrne Rebecca Lawton Mary Jo Vath Linda Griggs Flavia Souza David Pushkin Luis Castro