The off site exhibition will occupy a large, somewhat raw and unusual space and includes large-scale installation works and sculptures as well as paintings and video.
Receptions on the first and last day of the exhibition from 3-6pm
Darren Bader, Justin Beal, Sarah Braman, Dana Dart-McLean, Corin Hewitt, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Bill Jenkins, Dave McKenzie, Joseph Montgomery, Carter Mull, Alex Olson, Amanda Ross-Ho, Erin Shirreff and Siebren Versteeg
Small A Projects is pleased to present its first offsite exhibition, To the left of the rising sun, which will take place in a former hardware store in a strip mall in Washington County, New York.
The exhibition will occupy a large, somewhat raw and unusual space and includes large-scale installation works and sculptures as well as paintings and video. Several of the works are concerned with material or conceptual displacements, replacements and fractures. Other works engage the physical space itself and the ways that proximity and distance, and chance associations suggest meaning or content.
During the run of the exhibition, the space will be open to the public from Thursday-Saturday from noon-six pm. We are happy to assist with directions, travel arrangements and suggestions for local and regional activities as we are able.
The New York gallery will be remain open Wednesdays and by appointment, and will be visible through our storefront window on other days of the week.
Greenwich, NY is located in Washington County about 3.5 hours North of Manhattan and is midway between Saratoga Springs, New York and Manchester, Vermont. In this case, Greenwich is pronounced “green-witch.”
This exhibition would not be possible without the generous support of Schuyler Companies and Aubuchon Hardware and we are grateful for their assistance.
Small A Projects (Temporary location)
1169 Route 29 Greenwich, NY (between CVS Pharmacy and Whipple City Pizza) - New York