Home Room: IRL
Opens November 20th in person at Radiator Gallery
András Böröcz, KS Brewer, Graciela Cassel, Rachel G. Cole, Donna Cleary, Neil Daigle-Orians, Kahori Kamiya, Joe Nanashe, and Liv Rahel Schwenk.
Curated by Audra Lambert
“Home Room: IRL” Curated by ANTE (Audra Lambert) at Radiator Gallery
On view November 20, 2021 – January 17, 2022
Opening Saturday, November 20th from 6-8 PM
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“Home Room” at Radiator Gallery, Curated by ANTE
10-61 Jackson Ave Long Island City, NY 11106
The group exhibition “Home Room: IRL” continues the dialogue around changing opportunities for artists to explore the evolution of their practice in a post-pandemic environment. The exhibition features installation work, performance art, new media, painting, photography, and more, giving expression to the often unfamiliar, hybridized environment that has become the norm post-CoVid in New York City and beyond.
This exhibition is part of a duo of shows on view Nov-Dec 2021, with the other exhibit, “Home Room: Live and In Person,” on view Nov 9-Dec 3, 2021 at 1285 Second Ave in Manhattan.Curated by Audra Lambert of ANTE mag+platform, artists whose works are shown include András Böröcz, KS Brewer, Graciela Cassel, Rachel G. Cole, Donna Cleary, Neil Daigle-Orians, Kahori Kamiya, Joe Nanashe, and Liv Rahel Schwenk.
Radiator Gallery, located at 10-61 Jackson Ave in Long Island City, Queens,counts 8 years of providing local and international emerging and mid-career artists and curators a chance of learning the operations of a multi-disciplinary organization. The gallery presents contemporary art exhibitions, performances, and video programs and is led by artists Tamas Veszi (b. Hungary) and Daniela Kostova (b. Bulgaria), who run the gallery and mount programs engaging with international exchange.
Audra Lambert is a curator and founder, ANTE mag: an NYC-based online platform and publication founded in 2014. Lambert’s work as a curator and editor strives to showcase emerging contemporary art in the US and abroad.