hours: Thurs-Sat 12-6pm or by appointment : jacob@fieldprojectsgallery.com

 

Current

 

show #47

DEEP STRETCH

Curated by

Sara Maria Salamone and Tyler Lafreniere (Mrs., NY)

 

Opening Reception: January 11th, 6pm

Dates: January 11th - February 17th

 

Featuring: 

Caitlin Albritton, Dexter Ciprian, Dan Fig, Peter Hamlin, Lydia Pettit, Megan Stroech

 

 

 

Show #47 : DEEP STRETCH Online Exhibition

Selected by curators Sara Maria Salamone, Tyler Lafreniere, Jacob Rhodes, Rachel Frank, Alissa Polan Kristen Racaniello and Katrina Slavik


Featuring:

Trey Abdella / Tyler Beard / Kayley Berezney / Patricia Brace / Rachel Garber Cole / Joan Wadleigh Curran / Maya Ben David / Austin Furtak-Cole / Timothy Hoyt / Kelly McCafferty / Nancy Mladenoff / Kenichi Nakajima / Kelsey Shwetz / Anastasiya Tarasenko / Patricia Renee' Thomas

 

Recent exhibition

 

Show #46:

LOREN BRITTON

SECOND DATE

Solo Exhibition


 

OPENING: November 9th, 6-8pm

Dates: November 9th -  December 16th, 2017

 

Opportunities 

 

 

OPEN CALL :

Summer 2018

Deadline: May 26,11:59pm

About 85% of the artists we have shown at Field Project are discovered through our open call process. :) 

 

 

CURATORIAL PROPOSALS

  • All types of exhibitions are welcome: Group, Solo, 2 person, 3 person, etc.  
  • All art disciplines are welcome: painting, sculpture, new media, audio, film, etc
  • We accept submission on an ongoing basis. 
  • We meet 3 times a year to look over the proposals and pick out shows. 
  • We schedule exhibition a year in advance. 
  • We are looking for conceptually rigorous projects, and themes that are innovative, challenging, and engaging.
 

Field Magazine

Jen Schwarting and Derek Stroup are thrilled to announce the launch of their new publishing venture, Field magazine. The inaugural issue features in-depth interviews with Brooklyn-based artists Rachel Frank and Karen Lederer.

 

 

 

Gallery Gender and Ethnic Statistics.

In an effort to be aware of our role in an art world that is inclusive and transparent we have created gender charts of artists and curators who have shown with us from 2011 to the present and starting from January 2017 a self-identified ethnicity chart of artists and curators.

Our hope is that these charts will keep us and our community aware of the issues of inequality within us and around us. And give us all agency to do something about it.

 

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