Lobster Dinner presents the works of over forty contemporary artists working across drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking and photography. While technically the exhibition is a “small works” show, featuring work 12 inches and under, the works included are certainly not defined by this limitation. On the contrary, many of the works feel expansive and ambitious, despite the physical constraints of being “small”.
FEATURES WORKS BY:
Kayla Plosz Antiel, Davis Arney, Mel Arzamarski, Geoff Booras, Gabe Brown, Trey Burns, Jonah Burstein, Douglas Cantor, Max Colby, Sue Danielson, Adam Easton, JP-Anne Judy Giera, Häsler R. Gómez, Katie Holden, Mary Laube, Gracelee Lawrence, Michael Siporin Levine, Beth Livensperger, Taylor Loftin, Alejandro Macias, Alex McClurg, Elias Necol Melad, Nadia Odlum, April Dawn Parker, Laura Payne, Stacy Petty, Colin J. Radcliffe, Jenna Ransom, Allison Reimus, Isaac Roller, Rocco Ruglio-Misurell, Andra Samelson, Giovana Schluter, Chrissy Scolaro, Emilie Selden, Emanuela Harris Sintamarian, Anika Steppe, Taro Takizawa, Dominic Terlizzi, Breanne Trammell, Joy O. Ude, Becca Van K, Lauryn Welch, Curtis Welteroth, Aaron Wax, Tom Wixo
ABOUT THE CURATOR:
Will Hutnick is an artist and curator based in Wassaic, NY. He received his M.F.A. from Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY) and his B.A. from Providence College (Providence, RI). His work has been exhibited most recently at LVL3 Gallery (Chicago, IL), Vox Populi (Philadelphia, PA), Paradice Palase (Brooklyn), Geoffrey Young Gallery (Great Barrington, MA), DEMO Project (Springfield, IL), Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Brooklyn), The Java Project (Brooklyn), Providence College Galleries (Providence, solo) and Pratt Institute. Hutnick has curated numerous exhibitions at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Trestle Projects, Pratt Institute (New York and Brooklyn) and Hamiltonian Gallery (Washington, DC). He has been an artist-in-residence at Yaddo (Saratoga Springs, NY), DNA Gallery (Provincetown, MA), Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY), Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, VT) and a curator-in-residence at Benaco Arte (Sirmione, Italy) and Trestle Projects (Brooklyn). Hutnick is a 2017 Martha Boschen Porter Fund grant recipient from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation as well as a 2015 grant recipient from the Foundation for Contemporary Art. He is the Co-Director of Ortega y Gasset Projects, an artist-run curatorial collective and exhibition space in Brooklyn, and is currently the Residency Director at the Wassaic Project, a nonprofit organization that uses art and art education to foster positive social change.