February 1 – April 20, 2007
Thursday, February 1, 6–8pm
Thursday, March 1, 6-8pm
Art As Anecdote is an exhibition about the events, impressions, and ambitions that are part and parcel of an artist's daily grind and the unlikely meanings they generate for others.
This show looks to the resources of a non-profit institution (where, ostensibly, artists' best interests are always in mind) and begs the question: Why is it that what makes an artwork so meaningful 'to a broad audience' is often what makes an artwork incredibly personal and unique?
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Alexis Ditkowsky, Benjamin Evans, Marney Fuller, Chris Herbeck, Orrie King, Nsenga Knight, Ellen Letcher, Dominic Miller, Brent Ridge, Annick Rosenfield, Yasmine Soiffer, Kurt Strahm and Annette Tacconelli
Sarah Schmerler received an MFA from Pratt Institute and a BA from Vassar College. She is currently a freelance arts writer and has been published in The New York Times, ArtReview, Time Out New York, Art in America, and Art on Paper, among other notable publications. Schmerler is also an Adjunct Professor at The New School for Social Research where she teaches 'Writing for Artists,' a course in which artists create written statements about their own work for exhibitions, grants, residencies, and the like. She lives in Brooklyn.
111 Front Street, Suite 218 (Alternate entrance is 55 Washington St.) Brooklyn, NY
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