Con respecto a fragmentos de lx masculinx | Antonio Pulgarin
Essay by Edwin Ramoran
2020 Workspace Resident Antonio Pulgarin was featured in Spot Magazine.
“In his series Fragments of the Masculine, artist Antonio Pulgarin lays bare the complex relationship to his queer and Colombian / Latinx identities through photographs and collages composed with found objects and family photographs, specifically those of himself, his father, uncle, and stepfather. These new works—as an unrepressed system of representation—mark a specific transition in the artist’s creative explorations as he expands beyond the straight portraiture and documentary photography of earlier series including Los Banilejos, Calle 4 Sur, and Welcome to Wyckoff Gardens.” – Edwin Ramoran
The Moon Belongs to Everyone
Baxter St at CCNY community member Stacy Mehrfar’s new photobook was written about in the British Journal of Photography.
‘Stacy Mehrfar’s new photobook captures the emotional effects of migration and the loss of stability, self, and belonging that can be felt during this transitory experience. Through repetition and the sense of movement, Mehrfar creates a world within her book that mimics the oscillating feelings of this state of limbo. “I want the book to feel like its own universe — once you enter this space, you cannot leave.”’ – Marigold Warner
Per Billgren, Taylor Blackwell + Cayla Wilson, Effie Bowen, C Alex Clark, Molly Duggan, Harry Finkelstein, Jessica Green, Gina Kelly, Kyle Maxey, Pvssyheaven, Ben Ripley, Gabriel Rivera, Barbara Schnitzler
Community member Katherine Finkelstein will be curating Babybox out of Motherbox Gallery in collaboration with Flyweight Gallery, run by Jesse Cesario and Clare Torina. Available for virtual tours starting March 16.
March 14—April 12, 2020
TEN BY TEN
FOTOFEST BIENNIAL 2020
Board member Daniel Handal’s photo series Pajaritos will be featured in Fotofest’s Biennial. Originating from the FotoFest Meeting Place Portfolio Review for Artists, Ten by Ten is one of the FotoFest Biennial’s most popular exhibitions. Presented alongside the FotoFest Biennial 2020 central exhibition, Ten by Ten (formerly known as the Discoveries of the Meeting Place), highlights ten portfolios chosen by ten international reviewers from the Meeting Place in 2018. FotoFest Biennial 2020 Exhibitions will be temporarily closed until further notice.
Artists Reception: March 14 / 6–8PM
Artists Talks and Tour: March 15 / 2PM
HOW DID YOU GET THIS?: THE SPACES WE INHABIT
Zalika Azim, Elliot Jerome Brown Jr., Colette Veasey-Cullors, Melvin Harper, Daonne Huff, Anders Jones, Deborah Willis
2018 Workspace Residents Zalika Azim and Elliot Jerome Brown Jr. are a part the upcoming group show How Did You Get This?: The Spaces We Inhabit at the Welancora Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 the opening reception for How Did You Get This?: The Spaces We Inhabit is postponed until further notice.
March 14 – April 18, 2020
Community member Pixy Liao’s solo show is up at Stieglitz 19 in Antwerp, Belgium
On view: February 9 – March 14, 2020
As a result of our programming at Baxter St former Workspace Resident Tommy Kha was invited to participate in The Creative Billboard Project in Los Angeles, California. This is the non-profit organization’s sixth exhibition bringing large format art from emerging and established artists to 34 billboards across Los Angeles.
On view at the corner of Gardner Street and Beverly Blvd for the month of February.
Join us this Saturday (7/20) from 5-9pm on Governor’s Island for the opening of ‘LightHouse’, an in-progress exhibition from @betsy_kenyon, the first of three participants in the Baxter St x Pioneer Works Darkroom Residency this summer! On view at Nolan Park 8B weekends until 9/8. (Link to details in bio.)
#lighthouse #betsykenyon #baxterstxpioneerworks #baxterstccny #pioneerworks #darkroomresidency #governorsisland #photography #nyc
2018 Workspace Resident @tommykha sat down with @ianjamesdaniel to discuss ‘Insensitive Flesh’ and driving forces that inform his portraiture practice. The resulting essay is now available on our website (link in bio!).
Image: ‘Constellation (XII), Whitehaven, Memphis’, 2019 by Tommy Kha
#tommykha #iandaniel #insensitiveflesh #criticalessay #workspaceresident2018 #baxterstccny #photography #nyc