Exhibitions

Geometries of Intimacy

11/05/14 - 12/20/14

This exhibition presents work by Janelle and Lisa Iglesias, Florian Meisenberg, Brie Ruais, Kika Thorne, and Jonathan VanDyke that articulate the shape, contours, and texture of communion. These artists' works locate and measure proximities—both physical and conceptual—among bodies, and question current assumptions about pairings, alliances, fusions, and other co-existences.

No Filter: Fall 2014 Student Exhibition

12/20/14

Featuring artworks created by students participating in Abrons' Engagement classes + workshops.

Temporary Landscapes: Body Island & 142241

01/07/15 - 01/18/15

Interdisciplinary artist Arturo Vidich has created two performance works at Abrons that each generated a dual product of live performance and film.

Abrons Art Reading Group

Books are nominated by members who attend the meetings. Currently we are reading The Artist As Public Intellectual by Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen. Past selections include Ben Davis' 9.5 Thesis on Art and Class, David Joselit's After Art, Martha Rosler's Culture Class and Clair Bishop's Artificial Hells.

Geometries of Intimacy

11/05/14 - 12/20/14

This exhibition presents work by Janelle and Lisa Iglesias, Florian Meisenberg, Brie Ruais, Kika Thorne, and Jonathan VanDyke that articulate the shape, contours, and texture of communion. These artists' works locate and measure proximities—both physical and conceptual—among bodies, and question current assumptions about pairings, alliances, fusions, and other co-existences.

Temporary Landscapes: Body Island & 142241

01/07/15 - 01/18/15

Interdisciplinary artist Arturo Vidich has created two performance works at Abrons that each generated a dual product of live performance and film.

TRAVELOGUES | Daniel Léveillé Danse: Solitudes solo

01/30/15 - 02/01/15

This new dance series introduces Abrons’ audiences to choreographers and dance works that come from right here in NYC, or not, and which Laurie Uprichard, the curator, has seen in NYC, or not.

The Civilians: Pretty Filthy

01/31/15 - 03/01/15

A story about trying to make a life and a living in an ever-changing world—a task that’s all the more complicated when your work is so intimately tied to customer “satisfaction.”

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