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Creative Mischief 6th Annual Exhibition, National Academy Museum and School, May 18 - June 13, 2017.




Recycle Show, Brooklyn Waterfront Artist's Coalition, Red Hook Brooklyn, May 13 - June 18, 2017.









LIVING WORKS, National Academy 2017
My painting "Everyone was minding their own business when..." was used as a counterpoint to the nineteenth century plaster casts.









Group Show, 2017

Louder Than Words Curated by Nadia Martinez

Louder Than Words
Pop-up exhibition
Saturday, January 28 at 1 PM - 5 PM

121 Varick St, 
New York, NY 10013
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Louder Than Words brings together an international team of artists who use different mediums to express their emotions, concerns, memories and ideas about life, nature, hope, decay, politics, world events and humanity. The pieces contained in this exhibition speak for themselves, louder than any words that could describe them.

Artists:
Touba Alipour, Kakeru Asai, Ghislaine Boreel, Dennis Bourke, Michelle Bratsafolis, Walter Brown, Kathryn Cameron, Monika Camillucci, Osmeli Delgado, Michele Rave Grassani, Micaela Kramer, Hazel Manheimer, Cecilia Nelson, Esther Rosa, Poramit Thantapalit, Sarah Tse, Teresa Waterman

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  

Louder Than Words

New York, NY, January 31th, 2017 - Louder Than Words closing reception, Thursday, February 9, 2017, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Location: 121 Varick St, 7th Floor,  NY  NY 10013


Louder Than Words brings together an international team of artists from 12 countries who use different media to communicate their emotions, concerns, memories and ideas about life, nature, hope, decay, politics, world events, and humanity. The pieces contained in this exhibition speak for themselves, louder than any words that could describe them.

In her quest to fully express herself, an Iranian artist's installation depicts how despite the circumstances, there is always hope.  The triptych of an American artist shows us that no matter how much time passes, some news and memories are powerful enough to stay with us and inform the present by evolving into new forms. A Venezuelan artist in her installation reminds us that we are all pilgrims on this path that is life and that the spiritual pilgrimage can, even without words, allow the melody of the heart to move us.

These works help us rethink who we are and find new ways to contemplate and understand our unique contributions to the world.

Artists:
Touba Alipour, Kakeru Asai, Ghislaine Boreel, Dennis Bourke, Michelle Bratsafolis, Walter Brown, Kathryn Cameron, Monika Camillucci, Osmeli Delgado, Michele Rave Grassani, Micaela Kramer, Hazel Manheimer, Cecilia Nelson, Esther Rosa, Poramit Thantapalit, Sarah Tse, Teresa Waterman

Curated by Nadia Martinez, Ms. Martinez is an artist and an emerging curator who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally in individual and group exhibitions at Zorya Fine Art, Greenwich; National Academy Museum, New York; ArtLima, Lima, Peru; Pinta Art Fair, New York; 4uattro Pareti Galleria, Napoli, Italy among others. Ms. Martinez is currently on the faculty of the National Academy School where she teaches sculpture and her website can be found at www.nadiamartinez.com



May 2016

http://www.nationalacademy.org/creative-mischief-5th-annual-exhibition/

5th Annual Creative Mischief
OPENING RECEPTION: May 18, 6 - 9 PM
On View: May 19 - 29 

Join us for the Creative Mischief Exhibition and see the National Academy Museum & School transformed by the vision of the faculty, alumni and students of the National Academy School. 
NATIONAL ACADEMY MUSEUM & SCHOOL
1083 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY

www.nationalacademy.org
212-996-1908

Gallery Hours:
For Creative Mischief Only
Monday - Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM