Station Independent

Station Independent Projects organizes exhibitions and events with a focus on artist advocacy. Station Independent Projects specializes in discovering new emerging and mid-career artists that are not represented by galleries and organizes shows to connect artists to broader audiences.

Station Independent Projects
138 Eldridge Street, Suite 2F, NYC 10002
info@stationindependent.com
www.stationindependent.com

Summer/Fall News 2015

Installation shot The Powers That Be, Curated by Ilari Laamanen
@ Station Independent Projects, NYC. Image shot by Cameron Blaylock

Recent Press for The Powers That Be
Curated by Ilari Laamanen
With Marcel Mariën, Erkki Pirtola, Mika Taanila and Danila Tkachenko
This exhibition was a part of the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York’s (FCINY)
25th Anniversary program focusing on urban nature and supported by the
Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and Frame Visual Art Finland.
The Powers That Be @ Station Independent Projects
All opening images by Calvin To
A photoseries about hermits in the Russian and Ukrainian countryside
that is a study of their withdrawal from society
By Imogen West-Knights
Installation shot (Un)livable, Curated by Leena-Maija Rossi with Janet Biggs and Kari Soinio
@ Station Independent Projects, NYC. Image shot by Kari Soinio
On view through September 6th, 2015
(Un)livable
Curated by Leena-Maija Rossi
With Janet Biggs and Kari Soinio
Dwelling is, or should be a basic human right. Yet we know that for many people, in many places around the globe, it is, or is becoming difficult, if not impossible. Big cities are in thralls of gentrification, which as a process tends to push non-wealthy and even middle class further away from their centers. And in some remote places, far away from urban environments, people may struggle for livability conditioned both by nature and man-made challenges. Yet there are so many different ways in which humans try and make ostensibly unlivable places if not livable, somehow survivable.
Installation shot (Un)livable, Curated by Leena-Maija Rossi with Janet Biggs and Kari Soinio
@ Station Independent Projects, NYC. Image shot by Kari Soinio
Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday, Noon6pm and by appointment

2015 Gallery Artist News:

Judy Blum Reddy
Blum Reddy will have work included in Global Collaborations at the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam opening in mid September through November 2015.
Carter will be on a three month themed residency The Future of Food from September to December, 2015
at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaga, Nebraska
Carter has work included in VILLISSIMA at the Hotel des Arts in Toulon, France through September 27, 2015
Vandana Jain
Jain will be on residence at the newly launched Joan Mitchell Center in NOLA from early November to mid December 2015.
Jain’s work will be included in Adhere at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey in Summit, New Jersey.
Jain has a mural commission for the Malonny Festival 2015 in Marijampolé, Lithuania.
Jain will be creating a new wall installation for three person show Living Room
at Artisterium in Tbilisi, Georgia in November 2015.
Miles Ladin
Ladin’s solo show The Spectacle of Fashion opens November 5th at the
Cummings Arts Center at Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut
with a gallery talk from 4:15-5pm and a reception from 5-6pm on November 5th.
The Spectacle of Fashion will be on view through December 11th, 2015.
Gregory Sholette
Sholette is part of art activist group Gulf Labor Coalition which participated in the current Venice Biennale and Scholette spoke on behalf of the Gulf Labor Coalition at the Creative Time Summit at the Biennale this summer.
Sholette will be presenting at a conference in Trondheim, Norway organized by LevArt, Levanger in September 2015.
The Imaginary Archive, a show organized by Sholette, will be shown at
Zeppelin University by Lake Constance in Freidrichshafen, Germany.
Pierre St-Jaques
St-Jaques filmed 36 Steps on a Curved Road in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada this summer which will show at Station Independent Projects in September 2016.
Opening Reception for The Powers That Be Curated by Ilari Laamanen
@ Station Independent Projects, NYC. Image show by Ilari Laamanen
Gallery Information:
Station Independent Projects
138 Eldridge Street, Suite 2F, NYC 10002
(Between Delancey and Broome)
info@stationindependent.com
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 12pm-6pm and by appointment
Trains: F to Delancey or JMZ to Essex Street
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