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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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Ken Brown’s Vintage Silkscreen Prints

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AG Gallery is now showing Ken Brown’s original silkscreen prints from 1980s the period when he had intensively worked on large format printmaking.

Ken Brown has been creating films, photographs, cartoons and design objects for over thirty years. Though perhaps best known for his peculiar and distinctive postcards and graphic products including wrapping paper, rubbertstamps, T-shirts etc., he has also had a long career as an independent filmmaker. He produced and directed numerous experimental films, animations, and video documentaries, as well as dozens of short commissions for MTV, VH1, Sesame Street, and other clients. Ken’s photographs, digital editions, and silkscreen prints have been exhibited throughout North America, Europe, and Japan.

We features his silkscreen printmaking that he had worked on intensively in 80’s.

 

 

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Now On View: Silkscreen 1985

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The Dance Of The Maladroit Accountants

Silkscreen 1985

Original Silkscreen Prints by Ken Brown
On View: March 13 – March 31, 2016

AG Gallery is now showing Ken Brown’s 1985 silkscreen prints collection. The exhibition focuses on Ken Brown’s silkscreen prints most of which are made in the year 1985. The work is on view from Sunday March 13, 2016 – Thursday, March 31, 2016.

KEN BROWN (1944|Ohio USA), an American filmmaker, photographer, cartoonist, and designer, who has been a street photographer documenting mostly NYC almost for 40 years. Around 1985, he made archival silkscreen prints as one of his creative projects. Although the unique or peculiar prints still look timelessly joyful today, they are indeed made back in 1985, and that is the only period he produced large silkscreen prints. 

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Fries Swimming Upstream To Spawn by Ken Brown

 

 

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