Spring/Break Art Show at Moynihan Station 3/1 – 7/2016

Posted: March 17, 2016 in NYC Art Shows
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The Spring/Break Art Show was held for the second year at the Skylight at Moynihan Station in the historic James A. Farley Post Office at 360 West 33rd Street in Manhattan.  This cutting edge art fair has been put together by Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori (pictured below).


This year’s show was even bigger than last year’s, and drew thousands of people while still maintaining its non-commercial integrity.

Here are some of the highlights:

Artist James Moore, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, now lives and works in New York.  His exhibition titled “Relegate the Flesh” takes us into a sci-fi punk rock universe  using different mediums of fabrics, digital photo copies,vinyl prints and others that show human mutations in a very cosmic way!

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Next is John Richey, a New York based punk rock artist who makes hand drawn animations and then designs them into punk rock t shirts.  His show is called “Uniform” with images of well known Goth and punk rock bands.  His technique of using a medium of watercolor and then scanning or photographing each painting into an online digital print produces a new kind of t-shirt, making them truly exciting pieces of clothing to wear.

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Steve DeFrank has an exhibit called “Hamming It Up,” curated by David Packer, another great artist who created owl sculptures last year.  He does geometric shape sculptures, such as paintings that have a very “trippy” movement.

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Once again, Spring/Break Art Show has not only put together an amazing event but made it a multicultural experience!

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