A Mass on Foreign Ground // New World School of the Arts Select BFA Graduate Show, Curated by Eddie Negron

Featuring work by Ani Gonzalez, Joshua Veasey, Elizabeth Newberry, Richard Sanchez, German Caceres, and Jessica Martin, this special exhibition of select BFA graduates was influenced by a collective trip through China sponsored by New World School of the Arts. Curated by Miami-based gallery owner Eddie Negron, the artists manifest themes of placement and displacement through the relativity of nearness and remoteness.  Join us for an opening reception with these six recent local graduates as they make the transition from pupil to professional.

On View August 20-September 17
Opening Reception // Saturday, August 20th 7-9pm

>> Be sure to RSVP to our Facebook event for updates and previews from the artists.

Richard Sanchez // Earthbound 82 x 80 inches, oil wax and paper on panel

Richard Sanchez // Earthbound
82 x 80 inches, oil wax and paper on panel

Jessica Martin // Stuffed Spring, 2016 96 x 102 inches, laquer, paintstick, charcoal, and oil on plywood panel

Jessica Martin // Stuffed Spring, 2016
96 x 102 inches, laquer, paintstick, charcoal, and oil on plywood panel

German Caceres (Richard Spit) // Baby's First Word Was Dada 2016, photograph

German Caceres (Richard Spit) // Baby’s First Word Was Dada
2016, photograph

Joshua Veasey // NE 82nd Street and NE 7th Avenue 2016, dimensions variable dry glazed ceramic, limestone, foam, latex, thermoplastic adhesive, pigment

Joshua Veasey // NE 82nd Street and NE 7th Avenue
2016, dimensions variable
dry glazed ceramic, limestone, foam, latex, thermoplastic adhesive, pigment

Elizabeth Newberry // Saga (Seesaw) 32 x 24 inches, archival pigment print

Elizabeth Newberry // Saga (Seesaw)
32 x 24 inches, archival pigment print

Ani Gonzalez // Absent Lovers 2016, 41 x 41 inches, oil on canvas

Ani Gonzalez // Absent Lovers
2016, 41 x 41 inches, oil on canvas

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