Past Exhibitions

Drink + Draw


Attention introverts! Why make art alone? You can’t socialize alone, so collaborate, commune, and commiserate with artists in an informal atmosphere designed to synthesize creative minds and improve technique. Each session features a guest host who will curate the evening’s project and music. Bring your favorite libation.

Hot Meet: Persian Goddesses and New AIRspace Residents


Breaking down the wall between artist and viewer, Banayan will deliver the idea of food as gift and harmony via performance and celebration of her Persian heritage as it operates today.

You Are Here

10/03/14 - 10/05/14

This installation is a low-fi teleportation at its best. Collaboratively created by artist teams in five global locations, you will hear, feel, taste, smell and see the world through someone else's words during this digital storytelling installation, all by using only a pair of headphones and a blindfold. (Part of the Forest Fringe Festival, 2014.)

galería perdida: No matter how much you push the envelope, it'll still be stationery

09/10/14 - 10/26/14

galería perdida explores opportunities to destabilize normative modes of artistic production through the adoption of pre-industrial labor techniques and shifting exhibition formats

Metric Systems

09/10/14 - 10/26/14

Presenting paintings that mine the visual experiences of geometry and architecture.

Hanna Schwarz: Please

06/18/14 - 08/10/14

In PLEASE, 2008, a black-and-white 16mm film transferred to video, Hanna Schwarz stages the choreographic elements of protest in shots that recall the avant-garde film techniques of the mid-century.

2014 AIRspace Group Show

06/18/14 - 08/10/14

A group exhibition of new projects from Abrons AIRspace artists-in-residence: Tamar Ettun, Meredith James, Lee Maida, Park McArthur, Lee Vanderpool, and AIRspace curators-in-residence Jess Wilcox and Wendy Vogel.

Premium Quality

05/20/14 - 05/26/14

Premium Quality features emerging artists from the BFA Sculpture Program at SUNY Purchase. With irony, the exhibition challenges the view of art as an exchangeable commodity with a singular objective outcome.

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