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KEN BROWN SILKSCREEN PRINTS

AG Gallery is pleased to invite you to a new show with Ken Brown’s vintage original silkscreen prints. AG Gallery has been showing Ken Brown since when we were at our older location in Williamsburg. The silkscreen prints are all signed limited edition original, and they are all last one or two pieces. Large prints are all in 24″ x 30″ and Smaller Prints are in 15″ x 19″, 15″ x 20.5″, and 14.5″ x 20.5″.

ABOUT KEN BROWN

Ken Brown (born March 12, 1944, Dayton, Ohio) is an American filmmaker, photographer, cartoonist, and designer. He grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts, relocated to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and currently lives in New York City. He has directed dozens of animations, experimental films and video documentaries over the last four decades. Ken Brown worked on his silkscreen printings in 1990s.

Ken Brown Self-Portrait
Ken Brown Self-Portrait

“I’ve worn many different hats over the past 50 years as an artist; cartoonist, photographer, film-maker, designer, merchandiser. No matter the medium, I’ve always tried to make my art accessible to all. I hope you are entertained, inspired, and delighted by this collection of work.” -KEN BROWN

Please visit AG Gallery and check it out the exhibition.

Current Gallery Hours: 12-7PM Everyday

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Now on View: CAT Paintings by Agnes Bodor

AG Gallery is pleased to invite you to its current show by Agnes Bodor.
AG Gallery is now open everyday from 12 to 7PM. Please visit with a mask on and keep it on your face in the correct position at all times. It is required to stay 6ft away from each other, but you can of course get much closer to artwork!

Stay Safe and protect others, and enjoy art.
Agnes Bodor is a Seattle based painter who has been painting cats and landscapes in ink and watercolor for years. AG Gallery has been showing her cat paintings over 5 years, and we are pleased to showcase the entire collection AG Gallery currently holds from her. 
Each painting is playful and uniquely painted so that you can feel not only that her cats are lively, but you can feel the great joy of making art through her work. Many of her cat paintings are made from observation of her own cats that she lives with. As owners of her work say, they are all great pieces to decorate your wall where you see everyday. 

AG Gallery is currently working on uploading Bodor’s artwork to its online art gallery/store, meanwhile, please feel free to contact the gallery to inquire images of other work from her not in this newsletter, as well as inquiry for purchasing any cat paintings from Agnes Bodor.
Contact AG Gallery: natsumi@aboutglamour.net
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YOKAI NEIGHBORS SPOT LIGHT #3: Marcelo Gallegos & Tofu Kozo

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“Tofu-Kozo” by Marcelo Gallegos

Another stunning artwork from our current group show YOKAI NEIGHBORS. “Tofu-Kozo” by Marcelo Gallegos. Please check the past blog post for other artists and Yokai!

About the Yokai
Tofu-Kozo is a ghostly young boy dressed like a monk that walks around offering up its plate of tofu for people to eat … it apparently has a habit of licking the tofu it offers up.

Artwork detail:
Title: “Tofu Kozo”
Medium:Watercolor and Ink on paper
Size: 20cm x 20cm (unframed)
Made year: 2020
Artwork is available at AG Gallery, please contact natsumi@aboutglamour.net for inquiry.

ABOUT ARTIST

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Marcelo Gallegos is a precocious, shapeshifting sorcerer. Gallegos’s works are described as dark rituals which subvert the patriarchy, upset the status quo, and entrap viewers in a phantasmagorical un-reality of the sacred, the profane, and the grotesque.

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ART IN BOXES 2019|Winter Group Exhibition

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Holiday Grouop Show|ART IN BOXES 2019

December 7, 2019 ~ January 31, 2020
Opening Reception: December 7 (Sat.) 6-8PM

AG Gallery is pleased to announce that the winter/holiday group exhibition “Art In Boxes 2019” (A.I.B.) is opening on December 7, 2019. A.I.B. is an annual group exhibition of 15 to 30 artists which each year our curator selects local and international artists for a concept of each work to be one of a kind unique art gifts. This year, we have wonderful artists joined from Japan, England, Canada, Thailand, Spain, and from USA artists from Portland, Washington D.C., as well as New York City.

Artworks includes: Sculptures, paintings, wearable paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, pottery, and handmade jewelries and accessories. Artworks in this show are carefully selected so that visitors can find something new and different from the neighbor art scene based on our curator’s daily observation of galleries and art fairs in NYC.

This exhibition is unique that the buyer can bring back the artwork with them boxed or wrapped in a gift wrapping on site, without waiting for the ending of the show. More artwork will be added to she show.

Please join us for opening reception on Saturday, December 7, 6-8PM and meet some of the artists in this show.

AIB 2019 Participating Artists

Adam Velarde, Agnes Bodor, Fil OK, pinkpill design, Florent Poussineau, Miguel Pang, Miki Katagiri, Robbie Guertin, Kamonchanok Phon-ngam, Aaron Piland, Hanako Sakashita, Michiko Shimada, Frank Parga, Richard Vincent, BB&PP INC., Nathalie Goulet, Mamaru, APAK, Ken Brown, Maria Montiel, Victor Victor-John Villanueva, and more.

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AARON PILAND | STARDUST FOR BREAKFAST
November 9 (Sat.), 2019 ~ December 1 (Sun.), 2019

AG Gallery is pleased to present Aaron Piland with his new series work “Stardust for Breakfast”, the title of the exhibition. Please visit the exhibition at AG Gallery, the show is on view from November 9, 2019 until Sunday, December 1, 2019.

Aaron Piland is an artist and illustrator based in Portland Oregon, for the past 12 years he has been one half of a collaborative art project called APAK Studio with Ayumi Kajikawa. Now Aaron is starting his own solo project.

“Stardust for Breakfast” will be a series of prints and originals translating his thoughts and feelings into color and form, like an astronaut exploring the cosmos, he rides in a ship of the imagination exploring the mysterious inner dimensions of emptiness and form, visiting abstract landscapes that melt into the vastness of space on an epic search to bring back hidden treasures and ancient memories lost in the cosmic debris of time and space.

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