Our homes contain our most private possessions, memories, and personal belongings. This is where we relax, eat, sleep and cultivate our most intimate moments while feeling safe and protected from the outside world. What goes on inside our homes is a true snapshot of who we are and only people who share the space and occasionally the neighborhood, know what is really going on in there. The only true way to know someone is to live with them and to observe them in their natural habitat being themselves, a lot of times you think you know the person inside, but the reality is different.
The setting for this exhibition is a middle-class complex during the spring and it takes place between six neighbors/artists, five immigrants, and an American. The lively outdoor setting creates a welcoming environment in this charming suburb but not everything you see is as it is.
The six artists participating in this group show are willing to be transparent by opening their windows to the guests, so they can see for themselves what is happening inside their homes, souls and their creative worlds. Stop by this complex to look for yourself and to get to know these intricate neighbors, plus we need help watering the plants to keep the neighbor fresh and lively.
Intricate Neighbors II, offers an eccentric look at domestic spaces, where mischievous scenes unfold with in voyeuristic intimacy. The gallery has been converted into a central green. This outdoor setting creates an environment where the artists open the windows of their creative world to the passerby, allowing visitors to look inside the private space of a person’s interior and some exterior sculptures.
Intricate Neighbors II is on view at Galerie Protégé 197 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011 from May 17 - June 17th, 2018. For additional information and inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-807-8726 with any questions.