Tickets at the door are $20 and art from renowned painters like Mona Hatoum and Nabil Nahas will range from $500 to $15,000.
Poppin’ Ain’t Easy: A look at the defunct Collective Hardware artist pop up
Collective Hardware used to run a pop-up co-opt from a former hardware store on 169 Bowery. They opened their space to artists, monster-costume makers, fashion boutiques, not-for-profits and not-making-profits. Even the roof of the five-story space was communal, housing a large garden with beautiful vegetables. “I can give an unknown artist an opportunity to show in a place that consistently … Read More
Cloudhead, Salta’s home for traveling artists, is teaching locals English, photography and social media skills
No longer staying at personal hostels across the world, Leigh and Noah are offering up their own pad.
Art Parties Imitate Art: Pictures from Alexander Esguerra’s Love + Paint Show
A friendly assortment of pictures from Alex’s show.
Patrick Proctor’s Sine Waves Hit Openhouse
The organ-like tune that blanketed guests in a sea of calm was actually a slow mix of 100% pure sine waves. 100% definite this was the first time a tidal wave of sines hit Openhouse Gallery.
Patrick Proctor’s GridMusic lets guests make the music + the art. Come reinvent space
Patrick Proctor is a London School of Economics and Oberlin College grad so you know his art’s gonna be cerebral. “When you have a piece of music, who’s in charge of it,” Proctor asks. In this case, it’ll be the guests of GridMusic, tonight’s show at Openhouse Gallery from 7-10 pm. Proctor’s installation records the sound in the room and … Read More
Love + Paint artist Alexander Esguerra discusses brand-building in the 21st century
We take every object around us for granted, but we don’t realize that someone sketched that, designed that, or had a pet peeve and fixed it.
Artist’s pop-up hunger strike in Soho targets New Yorker magazine writer Tad Friend
Perry, second from left, says he’ll be a fixture in Petrosino Square until the New Yorker owns up to its mistakes. Hunger in Soho? Impossible, except in Kenmare Square where artist and former substitute teacher John Perry is on Day 3 of his hunger strike. Perry is protesting Tad Friend’s New Yorker article from last summer, a piece Perry says … Read More
Red Bull TV covers Foundation World’s Japanese relief pop up at openhouse
In April, Foundation World teamed up with Openhouse to raise money for Japanese earthquake relief efforts. Foundation World connects New York and Tokyo artists and creators and filled Openhouse with original art for a silent auction. Red Bull TV came down to cover the event and interviewed Yuko and Tanya Arawaka, two of the organizers for Foundation World’s Project 311 … Read More
Joronne Jeter splashes Openhouse Gallery with beautiful colors
He used to toy around with pictures, bribing his family and friends with food and other perks…