experimental art

Thursday Spotlight: Artist Michael Hambouz

Pretty in Pink exhibition by Michael Hambouz

Michael Hambouz is a multi-disciplinary artist who’s been living as a Greenpoint resident for the last 12 years. Originally from the Midwest, he calls Niles, Michigan, his hometown where he continues to source paper from a local mill called French Paper Co.

In his current solo exhibition at Calico (67 West St, #203), Michael Hambouz is showcasing “Pretty in Pink” – an experimental series of multi-tiered structures, collages, and videos created during a period of personal hardship, with each piece representing the meditations on specific issues that the artist dealt with in his life. By “pink-washing” his 3D lenticular paintings, his work speaks of positive transformation and taking control of negative experiences by reinterpreting them into bright compositions of bold colors and figurative patterns. Continue reading

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REVERSE Art Space is Moving to Chelsea!

The REVERSE team at their last event in Williamsburg
The REVERSE team at their last event in Williamsburg

For four years, REVERSE has been an art space and incubator for the experimental cross-section of science, art and technology. The gallery made an official announcement stating they will relocate to Chelsea with the coming of April, where they plan to continue supporting emerging and mid-career artists who focus their dialogue on new digital technology. Continue reading

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