M23 - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for M23. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Jonathan Mildenberg “The Drowning Dog”

    Jonathan Mildenberg “The Drowning Dog”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2022-03-10 - 2022-04-23

    M 2 3 presents The Drowning Dog - an exhibition of new work by Jonathan Mildenberg. I used to wonder why he treated me as he did. I would try to anticipate his moods, studying tiny changes on his face...More »

  • poster for “Eponymous” Exhibition

    “Eponymous” Exhibition

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    • Media: Sculpture
    • 2021-12-10 - 2022-02-26
  • poster for Karinne Smith “Melon Skin”

    Karinne Smith “Melon Skin”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2021-09-10 - 2021-09-23

    M 2 3 presents Melon Skin - an exhibition of new work by Karinne Smith. Our private lives — our fantasies, rituals, and identities — are increasingly mortgaged to create our public personas. In Karinne...More »

  • poster for “Arcadian Feedback” Exhibition

    “Arcadian Feedback” Exhibition

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2021-06-25 - 2021-08-15
  • poster for “4” Exhibition

    “4” Exhibition

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2021-04-24 - 2021-06-20
  • poster for Bat-Ami Rivlin “No Can Do”

    Bat-Ami Rivlin “No Can Do”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2021-02-12 - 2021-03-21

    M 2 3 presents No Can Do - an exhibition of recent work by Bat-Ami Rivlin. An opening reception (sidewalk) will be held on Friday, 12 February 2021 from 4 to 9 pm. Please note: In compliance with public...More »

  • poster for “eddy” Exhibition

    “eddy” Exhibition

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2020-12-10 - 2021-01-24

    M 2 3 presents eddy - an exhibition of recent work by Clare Koury, Daniel Klaas Beckwith, Quay Quinn Wolf, Tenant of Culture, Vladislav Markov. You ought to lie in rivers or in ponds As do the waterweeds...More »

  • poster for Sean Donovan “Recent Work”

    Sean Donovan “Recent Work”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2020-10-15 - 2020-12-06

    Sean Donovan (American, b. 1987) lives, works in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore (2010), and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York (2016). Most...More »

  • poster for Connor McNicholas “Where Remote Futures Meet Remote Pasts”

    Connor McNicholas “Where Remote Futures Meet Remote Pasts”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2020-09-02 - 2020-10-11

    “We need to make kin symchthonically, sympoetically. Who and whatever we are, we need to make-with—become-with, compose-with—the earth-bound.” Consider what “making with” might mean to you. Walk through...More »

  • poster for Vladislav Markov Exhibition

    Vladislav Markov Exhibition

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2020-07-17 - 2020-08-23

    M 2 3 presents an exhibition of new work by Vladislav Markov. /// Perhaps unconsciously, you have touched the raw materials of Vladislav Markov’s work; the ethernet cables, duct tape, or splayed innards...More »

  • poster for Brian Dario, Liza Lacroix and Vladislav Markov Exhibition

    Brian Dario, Liza Lacroix and Vladislav Markov Exhibition

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    • Media: Painting
    • 2019-06-30 - 2019-07-29
  • poster for Michal Alpern “Resolutions I and II”

    Michal Alpern “Resolutions I and II”

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    • Media: Installation
    • 2018-09-21 - 2018-10-21

    To lift yourself out of a miserable state— even by vigorous force— should be easy. I tear myself off the chair, stride around the table, exercise my head and neck, bring fire to my eyes, flex the muscles...More »

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