Dumbo's First Thursday Gallery Walk

3 Aug 2017

Art in General

New York
New York, United States


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This summer Art in General transforms its ground-floor gallery at 145 Plymouth Street into a space of artistic production and research.


Please join us for DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk and meet our six international residents from across Eastern Europe and Asia to see, hear about and discuss their works-in-progress being developed as part of Art in General’s Summer Residency Program. 

Lê Thuận Uyên's (Hanoi, Vietnam), an independent researcher and curator currently whose work investigates alternative histories of Vietnam, bringing to light personal narratives rendered absent, unknown or undesirable by the official historical record. More information: http://artingeneral.org/exhibitions/637

András Cséfalvay (Bratislava, Slovakia), a video artist interested in alternative forms of storytelling that give voice to animal, cultural, human and object-based perspectives otherwise silenced by dominant world interpretation. More information: http://artingeneral.org/exhibitions/640

Trần Minh Đức (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) uses the media of performance, photography, and installation to question the limits of collective memory and the effects of colonialism. More information: http://artingeneral.org/exhibitions/636

Justyna Górowska (Skawa, Poland), a performance artist whose work explores posthumanism and the boundaries between being and non-being. More information: http://artingeneral.org/exhibitions/642

Gábor Kristóf (Budapest, Hungary) whose practice examines the overlap between traditional image-making techniques and the possibilities of industrial production. More information: http://artingeneral.org/exhibitions/641

Adéla Součková (Prague, Czech Republic), an artist who questioning power structures, develops a complex and critical pictorial language that overlaps from drawing to performance, installation, video, poetry and sound collaborations. More information: http://artingeneral.org/exhibitions/639


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