"Azart gallery is proud to present ULTRAMODERN, a group exhibition featuring fifteen artists. The works presented in the show are modern and urban art pieces that investigate diverse and unorthodox art techniques with a special accent on the art of portraiture. The artists will present their respective works of art and invite the viewers to explore the very term ultramodern – to ask questions about what it means exactly and how it reflects on our everyday lives. In a fast-paced world we live in, everything succumbs to convenience. Art, love, leisure, all the things people enjoy are subservient to the chase for something more, and something more usually isn’t enough."
– Ana Moriarty, WideWalls Magazine
Event Hosted by: Deborah Harry, Rosario Dawson, Cynthia Rowley and Chloë Sevigny
Music by Donna D’Cruz
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 • 6:30–9PM
Rock, Paper, Scissors is an inspiring evening of arts and entertainment hosted by Deborah Harry, Rosario Dawson and Chloë Sevigny in support of The Lower Eastside Girls Club’s Alphabet City Art School, an innovative program for girls and young women living in poverty in New York City.
Artworks by: Lala Abaddon, Michael Alan, Alben, Miya Ando, Tatiana Arocha, assume vivid astro focus/avaf, Brian Belott, Knowledge Bennett, Stephen Bliss, Briar Bonfacio, Chris Bors, Monika Bravo, Melissa Brown, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, C.J. Chueca, Francesco Clemente, Ed Cohen, Dean Zeus Colman, Drew Conrad, Diana Copperwhite, Mark DeMuro, Stephen Doyle, Jason Dussault, Shepard Fairey, Louise Fishman, Formento & Formento, Chad Gordon, Joseph Grazi, Bob Gruen, Eric Helvie, Logan Hicks, Juan Hinojosa, Eung Ho Park, Aidan Koch, Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, George Kroenert, Scooter LaForge, Lisa Lebofsky, Anne Lindberg, Layla Love, Sean Augustine March, Norma Markley, Kevin McHugh, Dennis McNett, Sean Mellyn, Joan Miro, Jeff Muhs, Roy Nachum, Judith Page, Tahiti Pehrson, Emilio Perez, Stephen ESPO Powers, Nic Rad, RAE, Curtis Readel, Ryan Roa, Zach Shrey, Gabriel Schuldiner, Shelter Serra, Linda Simpson, Skewville, Emily Mae Smith, Smith & Ko, Trey Speegle, Beau Stanton, B. Thom Stevenson, Angela Strassheim, Swoon, Zefrey Throwell, Fred Tomaselli, Betty Tompkins, Peter Tunney, Cristina Vergano, Ignacio Muno Vicuna, Manuela Viera-Gallo, Whisbe, Wayne White, Elizabeth Winnel and Timur York.
ICON XXI: Girl in Front of Computer. Self-Reflection.
Archival Digital Drawing. 1/4
14 x 14
Timur is a New York based artist who explores the concept of Contemporary Times. This Blog highlights exhibitions as well as other visual commentaries.