Significant Matters introduces the achievements of artists whose work makes us reevaluate mundane objects and things discovered in daily life, including common industrial products, scenery that could be overlooked, and the capability of body parts that are taken for granted. This exhibition features the work of four artists: Nobutaka Aozaki, Miwa Koizumi, Kenichi Nakajima, and Andrew Zarou.
Organized by Gen Hayashi, Significant Matters will be on view at Project 722, 722 Metropolitan Avenue, 2nd floor, Brooklyn, NY 11211, from May 4th to 26th, 2013.
The opening reception will be held on Saturday, May 4th, 2013 from 6 to 9 PM.
AZ is a visual artist and Brooklyn native. He lives and maintains a
studio in the chinatown section of Sunset Park, Brooklyn. His
inspiration is found in the artwork of his peers, post-punk, dub, and
minimalist or electronic music. Zarou finds motivation and the joy of
life in all the detritus he sees daily walking the streets of New York...
Preview exhibition: Friday, May 3rd through Sunday, May 26th, 2013
Raffle drawing and party: Sunday, May 26th, 2013 6-10pm
graphite, paper + spray-painted paper on paper
10" x 10", 2012
framed: 13" x 13"
"Robert Henry Contemporary will inaugurate its new home at 56 Bogart Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn with an exhibition of drawings, collages and sculptures, titled, Centuries of Noon, by Brooklyn based artist Andrew Zarou."
- R.H.C. website
Parallel Art Space is proud to present it’s inaugural exhibition, Alter Minimal – Lexicon Series Vol. 1. This group show is
the first in the Lexicon series; a series
which explores the notion that artist’s, while retaining unique and
personal vantage points with regard to their craft, often employ
overlapping formal styles and/or aesthetic concerns. As the title Alter Minimal suggests, we are examining works from artists, Clinton King, Lance Lankford, Gary Petersen, Suzanne Stroebe, and Andrew Zarou,
who engage, to varying degrees, the multiple facets of a minimalist
A grand opening will take place on April 14th, 2012 from 6 – 9pm.
Regular gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1 – 6pm.
For more information please contact: parallelartspace[at]gmail.com
(photo by rob de oude)
March 16th – March 18th, 2012
One Weekend only: 1 – 6 pm
Opening reception: Friday, March 16th, 6 – 10 p.m.
Location: 722 Metropolitan Avenue 2nd Fl., Brooklyn NY 11211
Directions: L – train to Graham Avenue
Artists: Hilary Baldwin, Nathan Davis, Gina Dawson, Rob de Oude, Eric Doeringer, Rebecca Goyette, Carl Gunhouse, Sara Jones, Todd Kelly, Peter Lapsley, Kerry Law, Joe Lawton, Calvin Lee, Geddes Levenson, Amy Lincoln, Rebecca Litt, Matthew Mahler, Thomas Marquet, Sam Martineau, Chris McGee, Ben Needham, Keri Oldham, Yuka Otani, Ted Partin, Joe Partlett, Lauren Portada, Jamie Powell, Babette Rittenberg, Christine Rogers, Ryan Syrell, Adam Taye, Julie Torres, Elisa Velazquez, Oliver Warden, Audra Wolowiec, James Woodward, Andrew Zarou
curated by Tom Marquet & Camel Art Space