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Ellie Krakow 2 Exhibtions @Abrons Art Center

Fran Holstrom

Cindy Ji Hye Kim (left) and Ellie Krakow (right)

Cindy Ji Hye Kim (left) and Ellie Krakow (right)

Conceived as a series of overlapping, two-person exhibitions, Volley is an experiment that foregrounds conversation and collaboration as essential aspects of artistic production.  As part of the show. Krakow is doing two sequential two-person exhibitions.  There are two distinct iterations, to interact with the work of Cindy Ji Hye Kim and Nadia Ayari, respectively.  

OPENING: Thurs November 2nd, 7 - 9pm

Nadia Ayari (distance) Ellie Krakow (front)

Nadia Ayari (distance) Ellie Krakow (front)

For the second iteration with Ayari Krakow will be showing a new work, Arm Armature (Modular).  The piece is designed to so that the sculptures and photographs can be positioned in various configurations that shift and change over the course of an exhibition. As part of the reception, Nadia Ayari & Ellie Krakow will read poetry and prose that inform their thinking and artwork. 

OPENING: Saturday Nov 11th from 7-9pm

Ellie Krakow Solo Exhibit @MirandaKuoGallery

Fran Holstrom

Ellie Krakow, detail from exhibition "Square, Line, Circle" at Miranda Kuo, NYC

Ellie Krakow, detail from exhibition "Square, Line, Circle" at Miranda Kuo, NYC

Ellie Krakow's Arm Armature series has been getting the attention it deserves with a solo exhibition titled "Square, Line, Circle" at LES gallery Miranda Kuo. This work reimagines museum armatures, with bold color photography of the artist's own upper limbs positioned to mimic the original, mounted on 3D displays resembling wet clay. Described as 'furniture-pedestals' this series has been shown at several venues in the last year including Nurture Art and Present Company. 

ON VIEW THRU: August 16, 2017
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Sat - Sunday, 11am - 6pm

Miranda Kuo Gallery
136 Eldridge Street, NYC 10002
www.mirandakuogallery.com