FLUX Fair – NYC May 2015

multi-disciplinary, hand cut, bladecut, Tyvek, material, interference, conceptual, tactileExcited to let you know that my work will be exhibited at FLUX Fair, NYC located at the landmark Corn Exchange Building 81 East 125th St. and Park Avenue, NYC  MAY 14 – 17th, Thur-Sat. 11-8pm, Sunday 11-6pm. MetroNorth, or 4,5,6 train take you right there. www.fluxfair.nyc  

A contemporary art fair presenting 50 International Artists selected by a group of highly accomplished independent curators. Artworks address the central Curatorial Theme of the 21st Century Artist as a Nomad. FLUX Fair is a diverse, intimate, & progressive art fair with a global reach. http://fluxfair.nyc/flux-tickets material abstraction, ulaeinstein, nyc artist, Tyvek, FLUX art fair, new york city



A survey of Lower East Side and East Village Artists, NYC

Curated by Linda Griggs and Yona Verwer

ArtDaily: http://artdaily.com/news/76503/A-survey-of-working-artists-on-the-Lower-East-Side-opens-at-the-Manny-Cantor-Center#

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Debut Opening Reception 7-9 PM Manny Cantor Center

197 East Broadway, NYC  – through April 1st, Mon-Sat. 12-6pm

Ask / Ask Not: C-Print, limited edition ©Ula Einstein

Ask / Ask Not: C-Print,  ©Ula Einstein

Exhibition  brings together nearly 100 East Village and Lower East Side artists and arts organizations actively working in the community.

On view will be paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, prints, installation, and

video from artists aged 29 to 92, including Kiki Smith, Roger Welch, Richard

Hambleton, Kim Keever, Kembra Pfahler, Rick Prol, Jim Radakovich, James

Romberger, Anton Van Dalen Mark Kehoe, David Sandlin, Judith Simonian, Hans

Witschi, Susannah Coffey, and Marguerite Van Cook, Ula Einstein

‘The Piece as A Living Object’ – Pratt Institute

The Piece As Living Object
3 Artist Exhibition – Nov. 21 – Dec. 12, 2014
ÙLA EINSTEIN, Ivan Stojakovic, Michael Kukla

*Opening: Friday, November 21st 7:00-9:00pm

*Print Catalogue included
DeKalb Gallery – Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn NY
Monday – Saturday 12 – 6pm (closed Thanksgiving Day)
Image: detail of Vestige & Memory, mixed media @Ula Einstein

Vestige and Memory, a detail ©Ula Einstein

Vestige and Memory, a detail ©Ula Einstein













PRESS (2) – If You Build It, NYC

IF YOU BUILD IT – with No Longer Empty and Art in Flux June 25-Aug 10, NYC.
My work from The Unwinding Destiny Project included: 
AND included by Douglas Turner: 
“I first saw Einstein’s work when her installation exhibited next to Yoko Ono’s in 2012, Chelsea, NYC….” scroll down in the article to read more
detail of The Unwinding Destiny Project by Ula Einstein. photo credit: Vincent Theo

detail of The Unwinding Destiny Project by Ula Einstein. photo credit: Vincent Theo



Terrain / Text / Texture – Summer 2014

IF YOU BUILD IT, with No Longer Empty and Art in Flux,  includes one of my installations Location: NYC: Corner of 155th St. and St. Nicholas Avenue – C train takes you right there.  Thur – Fri. 3-7pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm. July 25 – Aug. 10.  Press on NPR and The New York Times

THE UNWINDING DESTINY PROJECT Ula’s expanded art practice explores the intrinsic connection between destruction and creation.  The almost weightless humble materials employed in creating this site-aware installation consists of broken shells saved from all the eggs she’s consumed for more than 8 years. The shells are first soaked to release their inner membrane, ‘tattooed’ with text, and  arranged on a textured terrain of unwound tapes displaced from old cassettes.  The ongoing exploration is about time, consumption, the weight and fragility of words: direct, cryptic, or unspoken, to diminish and/or empower.  Over time messages we are exposed to become ‘imprints.’  What messages do we embrace, or challenge?   Language has limitations which often supersede our immediate affectivity of sensory and visceral experience, yet also has great potential to connect and reach us.  A shell alludes to both protection and limitation. The tapes reflect personal and cultural conditioned recordings looped in our mind. ©Ula Einstein 2014

Ula Einstein behind a detail shot of the installation The Unwinding Destiny Project

Ula Einstein behind a detail shot of the installation The Unwinding Destiny Project