Friday, February 28, 2014

Saturday, January 25, 2014


Pyramid schemes are an unsustainable business model, tarnishing reputations in industries from finance, to art, to higher education. This unique pop-up exhibition uses the lucrative socially-networked mechanism of a pyramid scheme to generate a group exhibition surveying the work of connected artists. The pyramid scheme will not only reveal patterns and themes within contemporary art, but the social support structures which enable its creation.

In the traditional execution of a pyramid scheme, close networks of professional associates are betrayed by those operating the pyramid from the top. In an unbalanced top-heavy world, resources are scraped from those on lower rungs to support the excesses of those on top. By establishing a culturally inflected pyramid scheme, a new curatorial manifesto emerges. Art making, unlike other forms of capital production, is a generative cultural force. By creating and bringing together new artworks, a surplus value is created. This surplus is real, and vast, however unwieldy on the axis of time.  By surveying an inspiring collection of contemporary artwork for one-night-only, we get a brief glimpse of concentrated artistic institution-scaled wealth, beyond the grasp of any one individual.

Come check it out!

204 25th Street Brooklyn
R to 25th Street

on view 12-5pm
Opening Reception 5-8pm
w/ performances 8-10 pm

Thursday, January 16, 2014


Super excited about our second solo show at Sasha Wolf Gallery. 
Come out to the opening and say hi!

Opening Reception :
Sasha Wolf
70 Orchard
Wednesday, JAN 22

Friday, December 13, 2013

New Documentary #1 Tonight : Amsterdam

If you're in Amsterdam, check out this group show we're in that opens tonight!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Social Photography III : Carriage Trade

If you haven't been to Carriage Trade, you need to. Artist Peter Scott's curatorial project space is one to keep on heavy rotation, focusing on group shows and contextualizing artists' works.  We're stoked to be part of his Social Photography III benefit which includes a vast number of artists such as Tracey Emin, Dan Graham, Mariah Robertson, Olaf Breuning, Tim Rollins and many more!


©Sam Taylor-Johnson (Wood) from the Crying Men series