Image Source: Stephen Truax
The artists are coming! The artists are coming! Actually they’re already here. Check them out at the Dorsky Gallery, which promotes contemporary visual arts through exhibitions, publications, talks and symposia. Until March 10, the Long Island City venue will exhibit Donut Muffin, which explores dialogues in New York-based contemporary painting and sculpture. The display mines the rich intersections between once segregated territories: painting and sculpture; conceptual and intuitive art practices; and the space between intention and perception. The title of the exhibition is derived from food often shared by the curators during their conversations leading up to the show. Exhibiting artists include Mike Amrhein, Sarah Braman, Ariel Dill, Joe Fyfe, EJ Hauser, Clinton King, Pam Lins, Lauren Luloff, Chris Martin, Nathlie Provosty, Robert Rhee, Christian Sampson and Stephen Truax, whose work is shown above.
11-03 45th Avenue, Long Island City
Until March 10, Thursday through Monday (Closed Tuesday and Wednesday)
11am – 6pm | Free