This month’s gallery offerings

Rosenblum and Seltzer at The Hole NYC

Rosenblum and Seltzer at The Hole NYC

The Hole NY
316 Bowery

Theo A. Rosenblum and Chelsea Seltzer
Two Heads are Better than One

February 14th – March 17th, 2012
The Hole is proud to announce the collaborative exhibition “Two Heads are Better than One” by Theo A. Rosenblum and Chelsea Seltzer which opened February 14th. This exhibition features sculpture, painting and drawing by these two artists, who, working in tandem over the past year, have created a significant assortment of deeply unsettling, playfully odd, and unavoidably memorable works.

Zurcher GalleryMarch 5 to 17:  The 3rd edition of SALON ZÜRCHER will yet again be in New York at Zürcher Studio. It will be for those who feel they are missing out on visiting the individual gallery amongst the whirlwind of the week of the Armory Show in New York—here they will find an accessible & impressive, small but representative fair. This year’s edition will showcase 7 WOMEN ARTISTS SHOWN BY 7 INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES (Amsterdam, Paris, NY). The fair will be intimate and open, with a focus on women artists only. Zürcher Studio located at 33 Bleecker Street between Lafayette and Bowery. 

Aicon Gallery

At the Aicon Gallery This Month

Aicon Gallery
35 Great Jones St.

March 1 – March 10, 2012:  Aicon Gallery, New York’s leading venue for Modern and Contemporary South Asian art, is pleased to present two short films by experimental filmmaker Ashish Avikunthak. Kalighat Fetish (1999) and Vakratunda Swaha (2010) bookend a decade of Avikunthak’s filmmaking career and present an in-depth exploration of a number of critical themes in his work.

March 16-April 20:  Through the Ages:  South Asian Sculpture and Painting from Antiquity to Modernism.

 

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