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New York City is an exciting place to experience contemporary art. Neesh invites you to exchange ideas with serious emerging artists in their studios. Build your art knowledge, build an art collection, build a dialogue that lasts a lifetime.


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Keep up with what is going on in the New York City emerging art scene + news about Neesh artists.

Liz Ainslie Solo Exhibit @Transmitter

Fran Holstrom

At Bay, oil on canvas, 48" x 36", 2016

At Bay, oil on canvas, 48" x 36", 2016

Liz Ainslie Solo Show

Recent oil paintings by Brooklyn artist Liz Ainslie hug the walls of Transmitter, one of our favorite artist-run spaces in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Cool down this summer with the mesmerizing cool blues in Ainslie's palette.

An excerpt about the work from Clay Matlin's catalog on the artist's work:
“Earnestness is hard. It is troubling, off-putting even, because it makes those who are suspicious of it suspicious of their own feelings. Earnestness requires a suspension of the surety that our contemporary culture gets from ironic detachment. To be earnest is to believe that things matter, that there are things worth believing in. It is a weapon against the creeping nihilism that greets us everywhere in 2017".

Opening: Friday, June 23rd, 6 - 9PM
ON VIEW:  June 23 - July 30th, 2017
GALLERY HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 1 - 6PM

1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2nd floor
Brooklyn, NY 11237

Solstice Party in Gowanus with Katarina Jerinic

Fran Holstrom


Cloud Drift is a series of cyanotype image flags flown from the Gowanus Canal's bridges on Union, Carroll, Third & Ninth Streets. As each flag is activated by the wind, an image of the canal’s surface just below unfurls, transforming dingy waters into sublimely cloudy skies. Presented by Gowanus Souvenir Shop @gowanussouvenir

FLAGS ON VIEW through September 21, 2017

Click here to learn more!

Liz Ainslie in "Spaces" @Station Independent

Fran Holstrom

View of "Spaces" curated by William Crump at Station Independent

View of "Spaces" curated by William Crump at Station Independent

Curated by William Crump

From the curator, “The six artists presented in SPACES do not adhere solely to the restrictions of contemporary painting set by rigid representational and non-representational demands. Instead, they tend to shift between figure, nature, and abstraction at will. They each move between - or rather their work exists- in that space between representation and abstraction. “

Featuring Artists:
Liz Ainslie
Theresa Daddezio
Alison Fox
Ilse Sørensen Murdock
Kristina Lee
Erika Ranee

ON VIEW THRU: May 28, 2017
GALLERY HOURS: Thrus - Sunday, noon - 6pm

Station Independent Projects
138 Eldridge Street, 2F, NYC 10002


Jennifer Grimyser @Cindy Ruckers - Saturday 6-8pm

Fran Holstrom

UNFOLDING: Jennifer Grimyser, Jena H. Kim, Daniela Kostova
Curated by Eun Young Choi

Through the folding and unfolding of narratives, spaces and ideas, these three artists compose and manipulate the dimensional boundaries of painting and photography. 

For UNFOLDING, Jena H. Kim’s new site specific wall installation renders a simple pictorial frame that is subverted by elements of mystery and abstraction. Kostova presents 'Adventure Playground' depicting a scene of a family surviving a flood. Jennifer Grimyser will be showing her carefully constructed photographs rife with deceptive illusions. 

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 13, 6-8PM
ON VIEW: May 13, 2017 to June 18, 2017
HOURS: WED - SUN, 11 am - 6 pm

Mitchell Wright in "Try To Smoke It" (Tribeca)

Fran Holstrom

"Red Line" by Mitchell Wright, Acrylic on panel, 30" x 24", 2017

"Red Line" by Mitchell Wright, Acrylic on panel, 30" x 24", 2017

Taymour Grahne Gallery (Tribeca)
Curated by Holly Coulis

Inspired by the illusionism that befuddled modern viewers of Magritte, “Try to Smoke It” is a phrase that takes viewers from the dream and disruption of illusion to playful, hallucinogenic imagination via the surface of a canvas.

Featuring Artists:
Hannah Rose Dumes
Angela Heisch
Kerry Law
Danielle Orchard
Alan Prazniak
Kanishka Raja
Lumin Wakoa
Mitchell Wright

ON VIEW: May 2 - June 7, 2017
Tuesday - Friday 11AM-7PM
Saturday 10AM- 6PM

Stacy Fisher Solo Exhibition @Sardine

Fran Holstrom

SARDINE presents a solo exhibition of new work by Stacy Fisher, titled 'How Far From Here'.

Stacy's work explores tactility through the language of abstraction, and for years has been oscillating between sculpture, painting, and paintings on paper. Each material presents it's own fragility. For this show, layered sheets of paper are crumpled and pasted together, painted and held up by push pins, sometimes propped or close to the floor. These colorful, loosely made paintings are approachable in their 'handmadeness'. The presence of cast-off pieces of wood bring this work into from illusionistic world of painting, into the real world we inhabit.

OPENING: Saturday, April 29,  6 - 9 pm
ON VIEW: through Sunday, May 21, 2017
GALLERY HOURS: Sat & Sunday, 1 - 6pm

Katarina Jerinic Fundraising Campaign

Fran Holstrom

Katarina Jerinic "Cloud Drift" in Gowanus

An ambitious site specific exploration of the Gowanus Canal by Brooklyn artist Katarina Jerinic, with funds raised through Hatchfund.

In the artist's words: Cloud Drift is a series of monumental cyanotype-image flags to be flown over the Gowanus Canal in the summer of 2017 (June 21-September 21) at each of its pedestrian crossings––on Union, Carroll, Third and Ninth Streets. It is presented in partnership with Gowanus Souvenir Shop. Each flag will feature a photograph of the canal's surface with its floating debris, mucky formations and reflections of Brooklyn skies, signs and structures. Over each of the canal's bridges, an upside-down image of the water just below will fly in the sky above, transforming a dingy urban landscape into pictures of sublimely cloudy skies. These photographs will be printed as 3 x 5-foot cyanotypes on cotton canvas and attached to existing light posts. @katarina jerinic #katarinajerinic @gowanussouvenir


Fran Holstrom

Alexa Hoyer, Suspended Circle, 2016, archival pigment print on Dibond, Tested Ground (05/26- 09/16/2017), UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art

Opening the Summer 2017 Season at the Barrick Museum of Art is the exhibition "Tested Ground" with Andreana DonahueAlexa HoyerJenny Odell, and Nicolas Shake, "Play On, Gary, Play On" curated by DK SoleKatarina Jerinic's "Astronomy of the Asphalt Ecliptic", and a screening series by Casey Roberts titled "Sometimes I Dream of Myself As Two People and Other Stories"

OPENING: Friday, May 26th (5-8pm)
ON VIEW: May 26 - September 16, 2017