Aurora De Armendi
David B. Smith
Morgan Hughes de Rham
Zoe Sheehan Saldana
Art Show Today will exhibit work of all genres and media, contributed by over seventy of our friends and favorite collaborators, including Jared Friedman, Melissa Ludin, and Knight Mohr, as well as new work from the series Chroma
Planthouse is pleased to present Art Show Today: a salon-style exhibition celebrating the efforts of every artist, every day. Art Show Today will exhibit work of all genres and media, contributed by over seventy of our friends and favorite collaborators, including Jared Friedman, Melissa Ludin, and Knight Mohr, as well as new work from the series Chroma by acclaimed tattoo artist Amanda Wachob, and a broadside by Vanity Fair contributor Dana Vachon. All of the work in Art Show Today will be priced for sale under $350. The exhibition will be on view from December 15th, 2014 – January 25th, 2015, with a holiday opening reception on Monday, December 15th, from 6 – 9pm. Eggnog will be served.
In keeping with the ‘breadth is best’ school of thought, Art Show Today has invited the Planthouse club-house roster to submit ideas from the range of its imagination and in all acceptable media for our own private affordable art fair. There will be awards for submission and presentation in the show as well as snacks for the general public. Art Show Today marks Planthouse’s last show at our current space on 107 West 28th street and we look forward to re-opening the gallery in March for our inaugural exhibition down the street at 55 West 28th Street.
Amanda Wachob is a Brooklyn-based artist who is internationally known for her bold and innovative work with the tattoo medium. Her canvases include fruit, leather, linen, and skin. She has lectured at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, and has been a contributor on NPR and the BBC. The most recent publications of her work include the books Forever Blue and Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo. She has exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide and has partnered with the New Museum to launch her tattoo technology project called Skin Data.
Dana Vachon is an author, cultural critic, and frequent essayist for the New York Observer, Slate, The New York Times, and Vanity Fair. He lives and works in New York City.
Adam Raymont. Alex Gavryushenko. Alexandra Kostakis. Anders Bergstrom. Andrew Coates. Andrew Rafferty. Anna Knoell. Anne Gilman Annie Zverina. Auguste Tymeson. Aurora De Armendi. Austin Kennedy. Ben Beres. Bill Durgin. Birgit Rathsmann. Boyd Richard. Brad Ewing. Brett Groves. Brian Shure. Brice Brown. Caleb Freese. Cammi Climaco. Carl Williamson. Chris Kinsler. Chris Nau. Christopher Ulivo. Chuck Webster. Claire Schlesinger. Colin Sussingham. Corey Rubin. Corinne Jones. Dan Warden. Daniel Clarke. Daniel Conway. David B. Smith. David Kramer. David Storey. Deb Chaney. Dylan Goldberger. Elana Herzog. Elle Rotstein. Ellen Driscoll. Erik Hougen. Grayson Cox. Heather Watkins. Jane Kent. Jamisen Ogg. Jared Friedman. Jasper Ewing. Jeff Degolier. Jeremy Dine. Jon Bocksel. Justin Sanz. Katherine Bradford. Kathleen Rugh. Katie Commodore. Keigo Takahashi. Knight Mohr. Kevin Morosini. Kyle Garnett. Lee Marchalonis. Liz Zanis. Lothur Osturburg. Mae Shore. Mark Shortliffe. Martin Mazorra. Matt Magee. Melissa Ludin. Michael Neff. Mike Hahn. Morgan Hughes DeRham. Naho Taruishi. Nicholas Maloof. Nick Lamia. Noah Breuer. Perry Tymeson. Peter Mundwiler. Ria Brodell. Ryan Scalis. Sarah Plimpton. Sara Saltzman. Sarah Shebaro. Scott Brubach. Shannon Lee. Shanti Grumbine. Stella Ebner. Stephanie Swart. Tracy Timmins. Victoria Haven. William Hempel. Zoe Sheehan Saldana. Shivaston Press. The Grenfell Press
Opening: Monday, December 15, 12 noon – 5pm
107 West 28th Street
Mon - Sat 12pm to 5pm