Sunday, July 7, 2013

FOR WHICH IT STANDS @ The Lodge Gallery June 28 - July 28 (Opening Reception)

The Lodge Gallery

131 Chrystie StreetNew York, NY 10002
Friday June 28th from 6pm to 9pm Republic Worldwide celebrated the opening  reception of  our new group exhibition"FOR WHICH IT STANDS."  at The Lodge Gallery. 
What is it about the contemporary American experience that captures the imagination of today’s foreign-born and first generation artists who are living and working in New York? How does the story of American immigration and cultural assimilation influence the work of artists who are born here in America? This summer Republic Worldwide picks up the flag in search of answers through the work of seventeen contemporary artists from around the globe. 

From Iran to Korea, Venezuela, India, Mexico, The Republic of Georgia and all stops in between, featured artists include; 

Orlando Arocena, Raul Ayala, Chong Gon Byun, Liset Castillo, Alexis Duque, Alessandra ExpĆ³sito, Kira Nam Green, Jung S. Kim, Fay Ku, Annu Matthew, Esperanza Mayobre, Levan Mindiashvili, Sirikul Pattachote, Shahpour M. Pouyan, Saya Woolfalk, Kent Henricksen and Siebren Versteeg

Curated by Keith Schweitzer and Jason Patrick Voegele "FOR WHICH IT STANDS" is on view at the Lodge Gallery from June 28 through July 28, 2013. 131 Chrystie Street, NYC
For more information please visit or 917. 478. 7513

 Esperanza Mayobre - "Immigration Services II"

 Alessandra Exposito - "Snowborn" mixed media on horse skull

 Alexis Duque - "Kranion" acrylic and ink on canvas

 Annu Palakunnathu Matthew - "An Indian from India" (courtesy of Sepia Eye Gallery)

 Chong Gon Byun - "To Nam June Paik" mixed media

 Chong Gon Byun - "Pieta" oil paint on mixed media

 Chong Gon Byun - (Detail)

 Fay Ku - "One of Us" 2013 graphite, watercolor, guache 

 Fay Ku - "Encounter" 2012 graphite, watercolor, guache

 Shahpor M. Pouyan "V2 Rocket & Synagogue" 2013, gold, copper, color pencil

 Kent Henricksen - "I'm Turning into an Animal Waiting to Die", embroidery, silkscreen and gold leaf on silk

 Kent Henricksen (Detail)

 Kira Nam Greene - "Peanut Butter, Saba and Ketchup" (courtesy of Accola Griefen Gallery)

 Levan Mindiashvili - "Urban Identities" mixed media on rice paper and canvas

 Liset Castillo - "Lakewoodism" mounted c-print on aluminum

 Orlando Arocena - "El Veinto Azteca" vectors, archival giclee print

 Raul Ayala - "The Ballad of Jim Crow" graphite and color pencil

 Saya Woolfalk - "Chimera 2" digital video

 Shahpor M. Pouyan "V2" graphite, gold, copper and saffron

Siebren Versteeg - "Flag" live streaming computer program and monitor

Sirikul Pattachote - "At Home With Myself" (Detail) 

Monday, May 20, 2013

2013 White Box Spring Benefit, Honoring Martha Wilson

TOMORROW, May 21, 7-10p:

2013 White Box Spring Benefit

venue: ROX, 86 Delancey St., NYC
Limited Tickets Remainingeventbrite
LIVE: Online Auctionpaddle8

In light of its 15th Anniversary, the White Box 2013 Spring Benefit will honor the work and career of pioneering feminist artist, Martha Wilson, with the 2nd annual Richard J. Massey Foundation - White Box Arts and Humanities Award. This year’s event will include a Live Auction (artists include Agathe d’BailliencourtAlfredo JaarJoseph KosuthTim Rollins and K.O.S.Kiki SmithG.T. PellizziShirin NeshatRobert LongoWilliam Wegman & Christo) along with a Silent Auction and special curated section of “Women’s Voices”, featuring an array of exceptional women artists.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Die Wunderkammer VIP & Press Preview - Photos and Reviews at The Lodge Gallery, NYC

Photos by Sean McGurn for Republic Worldwide, RIOT Productions and Fig. 19
Sponsored by Hendrick's Gin 
Die Wunderkammer; Objects of Virtue 
curated by Keith Schweitzer & Jason Patrick Voegele
The Lodge Gallery 
131 Chrystie St. NYC 
March 20 - May 1



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