a small works show bringing together artists from coast-to-coast
Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present Connected, a group exhibition featuring more than 20 contemporary artists from New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Connected brings together multidisciplinary work in the fields of painting, printmaking, drawing, and photography with the aim to create a dialogue between the practices of emerging artists on opposing coasts. The exhibition reveals the possibilities of merging disparate artistic communities on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a centuries old magnet for cultures around the world, while also offering collectors an opportunity to discover new artists and trends from other parts of the country.
All work has been made available by the artists at affordable prices. A portion of proceeds from the sale will support Artists Alliance Inc’s continued efforts to offer exhibition opportunities and professional development to emerging and underrepresented artists.
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Participating artists include: Brad Aldridge, Michael Alm, Sharon Arnold, Sergio Pizzo Barrale, Joey Bates, Margo Bird, Mary Elise Bolam, Laura Cali, Derek Erdman, Enrique Figueredo, Brian Foo, Kelly Froh, Jonathan Horn, Lynn Hunter, Kathryn Jaller, Mercedes Jelinek, Jody Joldersma, Jenny Kim, Jihee Kim, Allison Kudla, Brian Lane, Amanda Manitach, Ryan Molenkamp, Matt Ortega, Steven Paneccasio, Pilar Rico, Dan Schein, Cait Willis, and Allyce Wood.
Artists Alliance Inc. (AAI) is an artist and curator-centered non-profit organization committed to supporting emerging and underrepresented contemporary artists. Through innovative programming, experimentation and collaboration, AAI serves as a resource and forum to engage the community of the Lower East Side.
Artists Alliance Inc. and Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space are supported in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Programming is made possible by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. We thank the following for their generous support: Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center, New York City Economic Development Corporation and individual supporters of Artists Alliance Inc. Special thanks go to our team of dedicated volunteers, without whom our programs would not be possible!