1 Dec 2017, by LiselottePel
starts on 12 Dec 2017,
ends on 12 Dec 2017
201 Clifton Place
201 Clifton Place, Brooklyn, NY, United States
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On December 12 the group exhibition "Absence" curated by Alexandra Leyre Mein opens at 201 Clifton Place, Brooklyn. Featuring works by Hedwig Brouckaert, Monica Cook, Dolores Furtado, Michelle C. Gevint, Alexandra Leyre Mein, Nicholas Missel, Matthew Stone and Seth Wulsin.
What do we leave behind? How do we give form to the nonphysical? Within our limits of perception, what can we trust? The selected works string together an expansive questioning of absence and awareness, conveyed into three-dimensional forms, through space or time. The dialogue between these works by eight international artists will happen on their common adoptive ground, in Brooklyn, New York. Absence Projects #0 defines a model for the continued and future autonomy of artists, creating our own space in the world.
Opening: December 12, 2017, 6pm - 9pm
Alexandra Leyre Mein received a master’s in Fashion design from the Royal Academy of Antwerp, Belgium before she started her career as a visual artist in 2008. She participated in the studio residency program at School of Visual Arts in NYC, The Loft in Brussels, Belgium and in Thaillywood in Chonburi, Thailand. Alexandra’s work was exhibited throughout the US, Asia and in Europe, Including at Palais d’Iléna – Paris, Aeroplastics, Hangar art center, Maison Particulière and Botanique in Brussels, Léon De Smet Museum in Belgium. At the Clemente center, SVA Westside Gallery, New House Center for Contemporary Art, Anton Kern Gallery in NYC and in Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. Alexandra is now working in Brooklyn, USA.
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