Industrial Design has always been a secret passion of mine. Here is a link to the drawing of my first piece: CLICK THIS!
Crimson Landslide // Erin M Riley
Opening Reception: First Friday February 7th 7-10pm
February 7th -21st, 2014 at Space 1026
Space 1026 is pleased to present Crimson Landslide, a solo exhibition by Erin M Riley of wool and cotton pieces based on the objects and ephemera of our daily lives. While widely known for her pieces depicting nude or scantily clad young women, her objects series is rarely shown as a collection. Exhibiting these pieces side by side allows the work to generate an underlying narrative. So much of one’s interactions are littered with tools, notions, toiletries, covered in text instructions, ingredients, many with salacious implications if found. Erin depicts the implements of drug use, as well as and detritus of female identity, beauty regimens, condoms, birth control pills, plan B packs, etc. These objects are presented on a simple background woven by hand in high detail, highlighting the complexities of small and sometimes meaningless things. Her work is based off of found photographs culled from the internet as well as images she has collected from her own life as a way to allow a view into the most common of private habits. These pieces allow the audience to see objects and ephemera from the point of view of many young men and women at this specific time in their lives.
Erin M Riley is a Brooklyn, NY based artist. She received her MFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA and her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work is published in the February 2014 issue of Juxtapoz magazine, the Annual 2013 by It’s Nice That, and will be in the forthcoming #110 Northeast issue of New American Painting. Her work has been exhibited internationally and nationally, and she has been an artist in residence at the MacDowell Colony, Vermont Studio Center as well Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.
For more information about Erin’s work please visit www.erinmriley.com
The first Bananazz comic of the 2014 on the first Monday of 2014. See it HERE!
HAPPY 2014! CLICK HERE ——> nu liife AND ENJOY A COMIC ABOUT NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS!!!! OH MAN, IT IS SO FUNNY!
FRIDAY, JAN 3rd
Austin English of DOMINO BOOKS has gathered together an unashamedly delirious group show to bring in the new year for the month of January! Follow the link for more info:
Featured artists include:
a night of stand-up, short plays, video, music, dance and whatever!
Hosted by Rose Luardo and Andrew Jeffrey Wright!
Featuring Body Dreamz, Sidney Gantt, Oliver Yu, Alison Zeidman, Joe Stakun, Arlo Gargano, Pete Steele, Joe Bell, The Dingledelphia Dingleberries and more!
A new video by The New Dreamz!
With DJs Emilio Airhorn and Kurt Life!
A SPECIAL HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY AT 2AM!
Thursday, December 19, 2013
doors 9pm / comedy 10 – 11:30 / dance party 11:31 – 2am
951 Frankford Ave.
JOIN THE FACEBOOK EVENT IF YOU FEEL LIKE IT. HERE!
Adam Wallacavage’s last minute arrival, bidding starts at $10!
*** No phone bids on this one, IRL bids only! ***
TOMORROW NIGHT! ITS SO CLOSE TOO AUCTION TIME!!!!
That moment you have all been waiting for is FINALLY upon us! Tomorrow night is our annual Art Auction at Space 1026! Come by, drink some beer, enjoy the company or our hosts, Andrew Jeffrey Wright and Rose Luardo, be wowed by our auctioneer, Todd Kimmell, and bid on some AMAZING ART!!!
Join us, tomorrow night, ready to bid, at 6 PM! See ya’ll there!
1026 Arch St
Doors @ 6 PM, First bid at 7 PM!
Come out to see Tod’s amazing work and new book, he will be giving a presentation of his photographs from the past 15 years!
Thursday, December 12th – 6:00p
Tod Seelie loves New York, but not the version depicted in postcards. His city is an underground haven for people at society’s edges, people who come alive at night, who make music and art and noise and mess. This startlingly beautiful collection of images captures a gritty culture that belies the city’s glamorous persona. Here are punk bands and bike parties, abandoned spaces and skeezy clubs, junk-filled lots and sketchy streets. Interspersed throughout the book are texts from Seelie’s friends and fellow artists, along with an introduction by Jeff Stark, editor of the iconic alternative events e-mail list Nonsense NYC. The photographs in the book create a love poem to the city that not only doesn’t sleep—it cavorts around at 3:00 am looking for the next adventure.
With contributions by:
Caledonia Curry (Swoon)
Colin Moynihan (New York Times)
Evan Pricco (Juxtapoz)
Benjamin Shapiro (VICE)
Carlo McCormick (Paper Magazine)
Ian Vanek (Japanther)
Conrad Carlson (Black Label Bicycle Club)
Carolina Miranda (ArtNews)
Joe Ahearn (Clocktower Gallery/Showpaper)
Jeff Stark (Nonsense NYC)
Sto Len (Cinders Gallery)
Also keep a look out for one of his photo prints that will be available in our annual art auction: