Please join us tonight from 6-8pm for the opening of ‘With Pleasure’, an exhibition of works from the 2019 ICP-Bard MFA graduates, curated by Lily Mott.
Image: ‘Untitled (The Kiki Scene)’, 2017 by Samantha Box
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Baxter St at CCNY Library Collection
Come peruse a selection of our library books on view now at our 128 Project Space. Enjoy a cup of coffee, have lunch, and stay cool in this heat with our coffee partners East One Coffee Roasters!
128 Project Space hours
Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9am – 5pm
Baxter St Coffee Talks are intimate, limited capacity events that begin at our Project Space on 128 Baxter St. Attendees receive discounts on coffee, pastries, and tea from our partner, East One Coffee Roasters. Exhibiting artists will discuss their show and take questions over a cup of coffee. Upcoming Coffee Talks Lily Mott and the ICP-Bard […]
Open Call Emerging independent curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals on a rolling basis. Please note that there is an artist fee available for both curators and artists. Baxter St at CCNY does not provide a production budget for guest curated exhibitions. The deadline for the 2019-20 season is June 7, 2019. Rules: Curatorial […]
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Current Workspace Residents
I confront the overlapping ideas of American identity, authenticity, and photography’s critical role in framing and constructing our understanding of reality.
I’m inspired by a more expansive portraiture of bodies marked with time, experience, story, loss, power, beauty and substance all rolled into one.
I investigate the fluidity of identity (or as Marx would put it: Gattungswesen) in relation to society.
I use photography to abstract objects and landscapes of historical significance in an attempt to change the way those objects and landscapes are perceived.