Steven Pestana, Sophia Sobers, Jonathan Sims, and Laura Horne Date/Time: August 19, 6-9pm Location: Active Space, Brooklyn The artists featured in this one-night event use soundscapes and light to express the shared experience of change, release, and the finality of arrival.
Attractor of Small Red Objects
Summer 2023 July 6th 8-10 pm Windsor ON please join us for a conversation about this circulatory art project initiated by Alejandro Tamayo in Windsor, Ontario. [RSVP] By inhabiting the homes of its custodians, it establishes an unprecedented level of closeness, blurring the boundaries between creator, viewer, and artwork.
Julia Kissina Book Launch
May 6, 2023 TUSSLE and Brandenburg State Museum for Modern Art, Germany are pleased to present the recently published art book: Phantom Gallery: The Drawings of Julia Kissina Click to RSVP
SPRING/BREAK LA Booth 38
FEB 15 - 19, 2023 / 5880 Adams Blvd, Culver City "Echoes of Existence" is a solo show composed of sculptures and drawings by Brooklyn based artist Jack Henry. Relating to the allegory of Plato's Cave Henry's sculptures contrast reality with our interpretation of it...
December, 2022 - February, 2023 These works allude to the theory that the world is cyclical, that it is, characterized by an unending process of creation and destruction. As a pioneer in digital media art processes and installations, Richardson reflects on the negative structures of surveillance capitalism in beautiful and poetic ways.
Real Realism: Booth 1126
SEPT 7 - 12, 2022 / 625 Madison Ave. NY The "Real Realism manifesto" by Mark Blickley is a 21st century interpretation of Platonic Realism (sometimes referred to as Platonic Idealism). Ancient Greece is often the inspirational foundation for historical and present-day artistic Neo-Renaissances. Platonic Realism, as is Blickley’s Real Realism, are deeply entrenched in a dualistic theory of Body versus Mind.
Absence and Presence
May 5 - August 31, 2022 Featuring: Sarah Davidson Catherine Haggarty Sofia Quirno Nishiki Sugawara-Beda (image) This project investigates what is not there and what is, through the theme of absence and presence encompassing loss/belonging, disappearance/closeness, omission/creation, erasure/validation.
Don't believe everything you read
December 2021 - March 2022 A Group Exhibition co-curated with Powell MacDougall. Featuring: Edith Abel-Dakovic, Kurt Bigenho (image), Carly Butler, Wil Murray, Jennie Suddick, Gary Taxali, Robert Waters. Focusing on Text as a permanence to be ascertained and to be re-defined and re-looked at as the message invites the viewer to read between the lines.
in its wake
SEPT 6 - OCT 6, 2021 featuring: Melanie Daniel, Fleur Helluin (image), Kristen Heritage, Julia Kissina, Kristin Osterberg, Kassandra Palmer, Carrie Wilmarth
the time being...
May 5 - August 31, 2021 Featuring: Dexter Ciprian, Julia Blume, Jack Henry, Brian Zegeer (image) This exhibition re-examines the history of artifacts and events – their substance, value, material reality, and instability that they carry.
March 1 - April 1, 2021 extended through APRIL 2021 This exhibition presents the portrait as a basic substructure of humanity; how do we ‘delicately’ approach identity, collective experiences, and collective politics through portraiture?
Legacy of Light
October 23 - January 19, 2021 TussleProjects is excited to present, “Legacy of Light”, an exhibition featuring four artists (Harley Grieco,Yojiro Imasaka, Kelly Reilly, Jahi Sabater) working distinctively with photographic processes such as photograms on paper and glass, bracketing, and the inverse image.
September 18 - October 17, 2020 Judyta Grudzien, Kristen Heritage, Ellen Hersey, Julien Miller, Maryanne Murray, Maureen O’Leary, Defne Tutus, Sam Weber, Brian Zimbler
August 7 - September 17 2020 TussleProjects is excited to present “FRAMEWORK” an online exhibition of new work by Rachel MacFarlane, Milena Roglic, Jane Westrick and Noelle Velez.
Amy Bassin: New Work
July 17 - August 7, 2020 TussleProjects is excited to present new work by Amy Bassin. These sculptural decollages are made from the process of cutting up pages of books to metamorphosize them into sculptural narratives.
MAY 1, 2020 - June 15, 2020 Janieta EYRE, Sherri HAY, Amanda KONISHI, Christy LANGER, Olivia LORI and Jenn E NORTON