Greenpoint Hill is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Alison Owen on view from March 30 through May 14, with an opening reception on Thursday, March 30th 7-9pm.
Owen’s new work is assembled from scraps and residue found at the studio; often donated by artists who work alongside her. The work reflects the poetry found in fragments and cast-offs, existing as a quiet, formal response to the found materials.
The exhibition will also feature an installation made from the to-do lists and notes of her friends. Created from pages sent from the notes app, she has created physical versions of this digital ephemera. With some distance, divorced from context, these notes become little poems; dream-fragments.
Arvold's exhibition of works on paper was inspired by escape. In 2016 he embarked on several adventures; including a journey to Central America where the jungle and ocean were in constant motion. This new body of work serves as a meditation on these infinite waves rolling in – lines mimicking their repetition.
Isaac Arvold was born in 1979 in rural Minnesota, found his way to New York City in 2010, and currently resides in Brooklyn.
Libby VanderPloeg - Ladies Who Lead
Our inaugural exhibition, "Ladies Who Lead" featured new work on paper by local Greenpoint artist, Libby VanderPloeg.
VanderPloeg's work spans painting, paper craft, mapmaking, and animation.
October 20, 2016 through January 20, 2017