broadway

NEWBURGH COMMUNITY LAND BANK
ARTIST IN VACANCY
González González

182 broadway
august 25 - september 30, 2018
closing reception 4-8pm sat 9/29 2018

 
 Fig. 1—The unusually wide path of Newburgh’s Broadway previously served as a channel for agricultural goods and animals, intimately binding them along export streams downriver. Photographer unknown, c. 1950’s, The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands.

Fig. 1—The unusually wide path of Newburgh’s Broadway previously served as a channel for agricultural goods and animals, intimately binding them along export streams downriver. Photographer unknown, c. 1950’s, The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands.

 

broadway

broadway

Newburgh Community Land Bank Artist-In-Vacancy and González González are pleased to present Broadway, a series of public displays framed within the window of 182 Broadway in Newburgh, New York. This month-long series will be divided into six installments showcasing works by Alessandro Teoldi, Allen Chen, Laura Genes, Stephen Kwok, Sylvia Hardy, and Yu Araki.

Broadway will be on view from the street from August 27 through September 30. For a detailed schedule, see below:

August 27– September 1
Alessandro Teoldi
Four Crying Faces (Kenya Airlines, AirIndia, Lufthansa and Delta)
inflight blankets

Alessandro Teoldi is a New York-based artist born in Milan, Italy in 1987. He received his MFA from ICP-Bard College, New York and a BA in Photography from Istituto Europeo di Design, Milan. He has exhibited at venues including 11 Rivington, New York; Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York; The Cabin, Los Angeles; Viasaterna, Milano; Suprainfinit Gallery, Bucharest; Baxter St at CCNY, New York; Artspace, New Haven; International Center of Photography, New York among others. He was one of the 2018 residents at La Brea Artist Residency, Los Angeles, CA and a 2015 Workspace residents at Baxter St at The Camera Club of New York. Curatorial projects include Each Evening We See the Sunset at Spazio Morris, Milan (2013); Collected Goods (2014) and Driveway (2014) both at independent venues in Brooklyn and Queens, NY.


September 3–8
Allen Chen
For Your Pleasure
faux fur, stanchion posts

Allen Chen’s practice points to the less obvious structures that govern our behaviors and thoughts. These structures are often politically charged and they dictate how humans navigate through spaces. His works in sculpture, photography, and drawing reflect on the space and distance between man-made structures and the human body. He often conflates signals and markers of boundaries through a combination of abstract and ready-made materials. Allen Chen was born in Taipei, Taiwan and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He earned his MFA in sculpture from Yale University. His work has been exhibited internationally, including in the recent Taipei Arts Award Exhibition at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.


September 10–15:
Stephen Kwok
projection of a thin rectangle 2018
bungee cords, ripstop, ratcheting strap, speaker

Stephen Kwok creates situations in which contradictions between a site and the activities within it may emerge. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Bachelors in Business Administration in Cinematic Arts from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. His work has been exhibited at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), the Center for Performance Research (Brooklyn), Sector 2337 (Chicago), Delfina Foundation (London), American Medium (Brooklyn), Julius Caesar (Chicago), The Chicago Cultural Center, The Nightingale Cinema (Chicago), Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, The Ogden Museum (New Orleans), and the Lawndale Art Center (Houston). He was a resident of the Performance as Process Programme at Delfina Foundation and Chez Bushwick in Brooklyn. 


September 17–22:
Sylvia Hardy
Rillow Listings
laminated laser prints

Sylvia Hardy is an artist whose work looks at the physicality of site and the physicality of photography.  Born in Missouri, she has lived and worked in New York and California. Sylvia studied art and anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis and received an MFA from Parsons, The New School for Design, New York. Her work has been exhibited at Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York, USA; Queens Museum, New York, USA; Sydhavnen Station, Copenhagen, Denmark; and Spazio Morris, Milan, Italy. She collaborated with Triple Canopy on a publication in 2013 and is a Danish Arts Council grant recipient.

September 23–28:
Laura Genes
BBRICK
custom bricks courtesy of Stiles and Hart Brick Company

Laura Genes is an artist/architect interested in the logistical poetics of production. She initiates projects in which her creative role/labor is constantly transfigured in relation to public interests. Laura holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the Cooper Union and recently completed her Master of Science in Art, Culture and Technology at MIT where she developed projects that engaged unlikely partners such as the ROTC and the Stiles and Hart Brick Company. In 2017, she participated in the NSK State Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale and served as one of the Newburgh Community Land Bank Artists-In-Vacancy, engaging local groups such as the Newburgh Elite Track Team and the non-profit real estate developer, RUPCO.

September 28:
Yu Araki
A Phenomenological Nothingness with an Accompanying Sense of No Identity
HDV, color, silent

Yu Araki is an artist and filmmaker based in Tokyo, Japan. Yu studied sculpture at Washington University in St. Louis, USA, and completed his Master of Film and New Media Studies from Tokyo University of the Arts. He was recently a guest resident at Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Recent exhibitions include Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain; Dallas Contemporary, Dallas, USA; and Okayama Art Summit, Okayama, Japan. His films have been programmed in international festivals such as BFI London Film Festival, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Recontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, and International Film Festival Rotterdam, where he won the Ammodo Tiger Short Award in 2018.

September 29–30:
Alessandro Teoldi
Allen Chen
Laura Genes
Stephen Kwok
Sylvia Hardy
Yu Araki

Closing Reception: Saturday, September 29, 4–8 pm
182 Broadway, Newburgh, New York

download a copy of the press release here

 
 

González González

 
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González González

González González broadly encompasses those involved in the production of their work. They have previously presented events and exhibitions at venues including the Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, Mexico City, Mexico; the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Cambridge, USA; Tokyo Wonder Site Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan; and Gallery Tayuta, Tokyo, Japan.