Emma Katz
Since 2010
Works in New York United States of America

Recession Art is an arts organization devoted to helping emerging artists show and sell their work while giving art lovers and collectors of all incomes an opportunity to buy original work at affordable prices. We believe that in spite of hard economic times, artists and art lovers don’t have to put their passions on hold! We aim to break open the traditional gallery model and make showing, buying, and enjoying art more accessible for people who have been hit by the recession. We believe that we can start our own art stimulus plan today!
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Summer Solo Show: Why neutral

Sun Jul 25, 2010 00:00 - Wed Jul 14, 2010

A new program of solo shows by Recession Art Alumni
Inaugurates with Alison Wilder’s Why neutral
Sunday July 25th
11am to 7pm
Elevator Shaft of The Invisible Dog (51 Bergen Street near Smith Street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn)

About the show:
Recession Art is expanding this summer to showcase the work of our alumni artists at our first Summer Solo Show. Works Progress artist Alison Wilder will present her installation Why neutral on Sunday July 25th from 11am to 7pm in the Invisible Dog Art Center elevator shaft. Why neutral conflates kitchen implements and celebration signage while doppelgangers provoke each other in the back yard. The installation includes sculpture by Alison Wilder, and video by Rachel Schragis and Alison Wilder.

Special Deal!
Aspiring Recession Artists who attend Why neutral will receive a coupon for $5 OFF their submission fee when submitting to What is the Where? (http://recessionartshows.com/submit).


What is the Where?

Mon Aug 09, 2010 00:00

What is the Where? is a show of work responding to the relationship between location, identity and perception. The exhibition is open to all emerging artists, with a focus on small installation/sculptural pieces and photographs.

Selections will be conducted by the Recession Art Jury led by Guest Curator Risa Shoup and Art Director Ani Katz. What Is The Where? will be held November 13 to 21 at The Invisible Dog in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

The deadline for entries is August 9, 2010. The submission fee is $20. Artists will be notified of acceptance by the end of August.

Visit http://recessionartshows.com/submit to send in your application today.