ALL / TOGETHER / DIFFERENT

ALL | TOGETHER | DIFFERENT

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

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

Decanted Design Features my artwork

Thank you Penny for discovering my work online and featuring it in ART on DECANTED DESIGN … Swiss born, NYC based artist Ula Einstein transforms…

go to the link and scroll down to view all she included!

 

Rauschenberg, Warhol, Einstein – Everhart Museum

EVERHART MUSEUM OF SCIENCE, CULTURE and ART:  PA  August –  Dec. 31, 2011, an exhibition with work by artists who employ materials from plant derivations

Buds, Blooms & Berries: Plants in Science, Culture & Art:  Where would we be if we didn’t have plants? Plants are undeniably important to every living creature on Earth. Food, shelter, health, culture and art are all dependent on the use of plants, both in tangible and figurative ways. Buds, Blooms & Berries is a multi-disciplinary exhibit highlighting the Everhart Museum’s scientific collections and its historic Twining Herbarium, ethnographic materials depicting plants and trees, and contemporary art reflecting how botanicals impact today’s societies and mindset. Plants are an important element of the world’s ecosystem, producing oxygen, consuming carbon dioxide, providing nourishment and aesthetic inspiration, as well as function for human and animal shelter and tools around the world. Plants are also some of the earliest living things as represented by fossils in the Museum’s permanent collection.

I travelled to the Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA on Sunday. My cousin who I refer to as Martha Jean (the Queen) drove us.  I was as jarred and saddened to witness all the deer-kill along the roads, as I was surprised and delighted to witness my  labor intensive tactile works on paper, hanging alongside work by 20th Century giants Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol. Part of a long stream and thread…of art history…  Conjured up thoughts about what we are drawn to create, to express, contributing to a larger dialogue.  I love paper for its forgiving qualities.

(r)Cosmic Narrative I,  (L) Timeless  ©Ula Einstein

in order, Einstein, Rauschenberg, Warhol 2011, Everhart Museum

Below – ECHOES, mixed media installation of 55 hemispheric skins- Detail  2011

 

 

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