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Surface Tension

December 10, 2016 - January 7, 2017

Mackin Projects at Site 57 presents Michael Zelehoski: Surface Tension -  57 Orchard St. NYC  -  opening December 11, 2016   6-8pm - In this site specific installation Zelehoski explores the relationship between mind and reality by deconstructing and recontextualizing found objects into two and three-dimensional space.

Monsters Under Your Bed

October 27, 2016 - Nino Gabisonia, Metal

Stefanie Gutheil is a Berlin-based artist. It’s impossible to forget her paintings once you’ve seen them: those mixed creatures, monsters, spooky smiles and mysterious scenes might be something you will be dreaming of tonight.

Weiss Decision: Gallery Shuts Its Doors Following Disruptive Development

October 20, 2016 - Dennis Lynch, Chelsea Now

"Mike Weiss closed his eponymous Chelsea gallery earlier this month, following a drawn-out ordeal with a demolition operation next door at the soon-to-be Fitzroy luxury condominiums — a process he said drove away potential customers and caused material damages to his gallery and artwork."

Chelsea’s Mike Weiss Gallery Closes Amid Construction Nightmare

October 14, 2016 - Henri Neuendorf

New York-based art dealer Mike Weiss confirmed the closure of his eponymous gallery on West 24th Street in the heart of Chelsea's gallery district, after he says the construction surrounding the building of the Fitzroy luxury condominium next to his space made it impossible for him to remain in business.


October 13, 2016 - Maximilíano Durón

Weiss cited issues with the construction on a luxury condominium, the FitzRoy, next door to his gallery on West 24th Street, as the reason for his decision to close his gallery. 

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.

Dan Schein's Mountain Men Mock the Macho

October 11, 2016 - Tyl Will, Open House Blog

"Deep umbers and heavy greens were climbing off of the canvas. A face built of salmon colored smudges and flailing brown smears glared with a big ol’ eye. The mouth trembled as if to be in two places at once. I picture the dreadful author of this evil mark-making as a pure madman, emptying entire tubes of paint and slopping them around like playing with food."

Deborah Brown will host Open Studio for Bushwick Open Studios

September 30, 2016

Deborah Brown will have an opening tonight in Bushwick Open Studios at 324 Ten Eyck Street from 6-9 pm. The studio will remain open for the weekend, October 1st and 2nd, from 12-6pm. 

Narrative Painting Part 1: Dan Schein's "Where Do We Dump The Bodies?"

September 29, 2016 - Talking Pictures

"It is a question in my mind—what relation does narrative painting have to novels, films, cartoon films, graphic novels—genres that we flip through or watch or read to the end of? I have always felt disappointed that the time-based genres don’t exist when you pause them. I’m excited about a rebirth of narrative painting: It will have to be a reinvention for the artist—and the viewer. Or a pair of viewers—who will be able to look at the painting and discuss its relation to their experiences."

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.