“Thirty Grand” Exhibition

Kesting / Ray

poster for “Thirty Grand” Exhibition

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For “Thirty Grand,” the inaugural exhibition at the location at 30 Grand Streeet, Glowlab presents new prints and silkscreen works on panels by Jason Cantoro and Alice Jarry, two artists from Montreal who share a studio space and offer works rich with texture and densely layered with collaged imagery gathered from sources ranging from old cityscapes to vintage airplanes, motorcycles and roller coasters. New York artist David Kesting’s wall drawings and works on paper offer a timely and often humorous look at street culture, with a particular focus on the current economic stresses impacting daily city life. Beka Goedde’s recently completed small multimedia works on paper examine the delicate balance of structures in the built environment. Sal Randolph’s latest project includes a series of free stickers and an invitation to express one’s opinion about voting both inside and outside the gallery space.

Glowlab collaborates with and present the work of artists exploring the convergence of art, technology and the urban environment. A series of artist-led talks and projects in the gallery is scheduled to begin toward the end of the year, and is in keeping with Ray’s goal of creating a true “lab” environment where artists and the public can meet and engage in dialogue. “Our represented artists, technologists and inspired thinkers are true social change agents, modeling progressive approaches to urban living.”



from October 09, 2008 to November 11, 2008

Opening Reception on 2008-10-23 from 19:00 to 22:00

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