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Tom Fruin

Tom Fruin x Boundless Brooklyn Limited Edition Silkscreened Watertower

October 11, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Tom Fruin has paired up with Boundless Brooklyn to create a silkscreened watertower. They are available on Boundless Brooklyn.

Tom Fruin's Kolonihavehus featured in Conde Nast Traveler Best Cities for Arts and Culture

September 17, 2016 - Conde Nast

Tom Fruin's Kolonihavehus is featured in Conde Nast Traveler's "Best Cities for Arts and Culture " in their New York section.

Tom Fruin's Watertower featured on cover of Hemispheres Magazine

September 8, 2016

Tom Fruin's Watertower is featured on the cover of Hemisphere Magazine's September 2016 issue.

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Tom Fruin's Watertowers Transforming the Brooklyn Waterfront

June 30, 2016 - by The Master & Dynamic Blog

"On this particular rooftop, there’s a good amount to see. We clamber over a rail, walk along a ledge, then climb up a ladder until we’re standing right across from the first Watertower, which is impressive in and of itself. Add in the sweep of the Manhattan Bridge, the East River, and the Manhattan skyline behind Fruin’s sculpture, and it’s a view that really can’t be beat."

Tom Fruin's 'Fresh Produce' Opens May 28 at Paul Loya Gallery

May 18, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Tom Fruin's solo show "Fresh Produce" will open on May 28, 2016 at Paul Loya Gallery in Culver City, California.

Tom Fruin Unveils a New Waterpower in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

April 9, 2016 - Mike Weiss Gallery

Tom Fruin's Watertower: Greenpoint (2016) was recently installed in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on the roof of the Greenpoint Beer and Ale Company.   The work is made of laser cut steel and plexiglass. The sculpture is 10 ft. in diameter and is 14 ft tall.  It rests on a 10 x 10 ft. base.

Water Towers by Tom Fruin

March 22, 2016 - OPUMO Magazine

"Born in Los Angeles, California, Tom Fruin draws inspiration from the iconic Funk Art of the 1960s to create new explorations into the relationship with colour, light and geometry. His eclectic work also responds to the formalities of minimalism to move towards intricate, colourful sculptures that represent the ‘forgotten’ elements of both social and artistic realms."

5 Exhibitions You Don't Want To Miss in New York City

February 26, 2016 - Meg Busacca, Fashion Times

"Objects and Everyday Goods is a group exhibition featuring the masterpieces of Michael Brown, Tom Fruin, Cameron Gray, Liao Yibai, Michael Zelehoski and Adam Parker Smith. The installation explores the conceptual and physical relationship of various art objects." 

Work by Tom Fruin Commissioned for The Jackson's Lobby

February 23, 2016 - Sarah Cascone, Artnet News

The Jackson's developers (Charney Construction and Development, Ascent Development, and Tavros Capital Partners) are also looking to acknowledge the neighborhood's artistic bent with a glass mural by Tom Fruin, of Brooklyn's stained glass water towers.

Objects and Everyday Goods at Mike Weiss Gallery

February 12, 2016 - Gail Worley, The Worleygig

"One of our favorite Chelsea venues, the Mike Weiss Gallery, is currently hosting a group show called Objects and Everyday Goods, which features new works by artists that we were first introduced to at Mike Weiss — such as Cameron Gray and Tom Fruin — both of whom make art that is just insane, as well as some new favorites and a few artists we’ve not seen before. It’s fun to discover new art at Mike Weiss Gallery! Let’s take a peak at this eclectic show!"