Ted Mikulski Exhibition

Dorian Grey Gallery

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Coming off an unprecedented 10 day public art project, Mikulski now plays master of ceremonies over this installation of his most recent body of zany art work. This exhibition is a "must see" for art lovers of all ages as the Dorian Grey Gallery has been transformed into a playground of unique characters and colorful robot sculptures!

For those that followed Ted this past week on Twitter & Facebook, the public art project was a overwhelming success. Starting on August 1st, Mikulski zig-zaged all over New York City attempting to engage total strangers in conversations about art. Through these daily Free Art inititives he was able to establish meaningful dialogs with hundreds of people about interacting with art & artists. All totaled, well over a 1000 unique works of art were given away on the streets of New York, for FREE! Finally, since this event unfolded in NYC, unexpected situations arose and the film crew shadowing him for a documentary caught most of these colorful interactions! Once edited this certainly will make for one unique documentary to be screened at a future date~

About the artist: Ted Mikulski is a full-time artist with his studio located in Connecticut. He is the pervasive artist behind projects like Teem Robots Internet Graffiti, 2010 and Tweets in Real Life, 2011-Ongoing. Besides project-based expression, he shows his work at venues throughout New England and New York. Ted’s gallery work is colorful with a cartoonish aspect, manifesting itself in characters such as robots sculptures and zany flower paintings.



from August 11, 2012 to September 02, 2012

Opening Reception on 2012-08-11 from 17:00 to 20:00


Ted Mikulski

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