In Between is an exhibition of four new large-scale ink on paper drawings by NY-based artist Derek Lerner. Lerner’s drawings obsessively explore the complexities of contemporary issues concerning human interaction with and destruction of Earth’s environment through a series of visual metaphors that never allow for a certainty of place.
Observational Awareness is an exhibition of two series of drawings, Silences and Reflex, by Queens-based artist Gema Álava that explore surveillance, behavior and memory.
In collages and sculptures Sharon Lawless manipulates spatial and structural frameworks with both found and purchased materials, like product packaging, wrapping paper, fake fur, sheet metal, old book bindings, altered pages from auction catalogs and plaster casts of product packaging, among others as she contemplates on the nature of perception.
Plane Space is an exhibition of three paintings (enamel, metal grommets and acrylic on canvas) created in 1971 by the Japanese artist Yoshishige Furukawa (1921-2008) while living in New York City.