July 11 - July 31, 2019
Small Works Show
On the Wall: Make Your Mark
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 11th from 6 – 8 PM
Carter Burden Gallery presents a new summer exhibition: The Small Works Show in the East and West Gallery featuring over 70 artists with a collaborative community installation in the public installation space entitled On the Wall: Make Your Mark. The reception will be held July 11, 2019 from 6 - 8 p.m. The exhibition runs from July 11Ththrough July 31Stat 548 West 28thStreet in New York City. The gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Seventy-one gallery artists present artwork using identical 10 x 10 inch canvases in The Small Works Show. The resulting paintings, drawings, photographs, sculpture, and collages vary drastically, highlighting Carter Burden Gallery artists’ diverse strengths. The pieces have all been priced at $200 to be accessible to first time collectors.
Artists include: Barbara Arum, Beth Barry, Jonathan Bauch, Olivia Beens, Barbara Brier, Greg Brown, Karin Bruckner, David Cerulli, Stephen Cimini, Liz Curtin, Sue Dean, Rena Diana, Vija Doks, Eve Eisenstandt, Madeline Farr, Reidunn Fraas, Scott Geyer, Azita Ghafouri, Madlyn Goldman, Basia Goldsmith, Bruce Greenwood, Ronnie Grill, Cassandra Jennings Hall, Sylvia Harnick, Mary Rieser Heintjes, Kevin Hill, Helen Iranyi, Elisabeth Jacobsen, Vicki Khuzami, Sue Koch, Bernice Sokol Kramer, Ann Kronenberg, Sarah Leon, Mitch Lewis, Lindsay, Susan Lisbin, Harriet Livathinos, Elaine Lorenz, Barbara Lubliner, Franice Lyshak, Carol Massa, Betty McGeehan, Margo Mead, Joan Mellon, Patricia Miller, Irmari Nacht, Joy Nagy, Howard Nathenson, Alan Neider, Hilda O’Connell, Kiyoshi Otsuka, Quimetta Perle, Robert Petrick, Joyce Rezendes, Emily Rich, Cari Rosmarin, Robin Rule, Nieves Saah, Vera Sapozhnikova, Diane Schneck, Jennifer Schwartz, Hanna Seiman, Regina Silvers, Mel Smothers, Syma, Susan Tunick, Marlena Vaccaro, Angela Valeria, Ellen Wallenstein, Anna H. Walter, Sheila Wolper, and Leslie Shaw Zadoian.
On the Wall: Make Your Mark accompanies the exhibition, where visitors are invited to add to the collaborative piece in the public installation space.