12.17.08 THRU 01.24.09 | ANONYMOUS GALLERY PRESENTS THE PIECE PROCESS
Anonymous Gallery is proud to combine three generations of prolific artists whose work has been influenced by, or has directly influenced popular culture, design, and the urban environment. The Piece Process will unite relevant artists with their contemporary counterparts through artwork that serves as a reference or an impetus to something larger or more complete. The Piece Process will feature unique pieces of art in the form of sketchbook drawings and original works on paper or found objects from over 30 established and emerging artists exhibiting in New York. The exhibition intends to create discourse in regard to artists who have not only influenced one another, but society through their use of iconography, collage, pen, paint, and print.
Featured artists include: Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Richard Hambleton, Robert Indiana, Dennis Oppenheim, Ray Johnson, Todd James, Bast, Elbow Toe, AIKO, Kenji Hirata, Greg Lamarche,Aakash Nihalani, Erik Foss, Deven Marriner, Michael De Feo, Logan Hicks, Judith Supine, Dan Witz, Maya Hayuk, Daniel Joseph, Ripo, Skewville, Brandon Friend, Dark Cloud, MOMO, Dan Funderburgh, Ellis Gallagher, Matt Siren, The Clayton Brothers and more.
An opening reception will take place on Wed., Dec.17, 2008 from 7:00- 10:00PM
329 Broome St., Lower Level
(between Bowery and Chrystie, N.Y.C. )
New York, NY 10002
For more info call (646) 238-9069 or visit: www.anonymousgallery.com
ABOUT ANONYMOUS GALLERY:
Anonymous Gallery supports and exhibits some of today’s most exciting contemporary artists who have influenced popular culture,graphic design, fashion, and the urban environment. In addition to Anonymous Gallery’s exhibitions, the gallery collaborates to produce ambitious and complex off site projects in New York City, as well as other international cities. Off-site events and projects correlate with and add value to gallery exhibitions by way of further examining the environments and backgrounds in which the artists create. The gallery also creates a social environment that provides entertainment, workshops, lectures, and public awareness.