2014 New Year Pop Up Exhibition
Katherine Emely Gomez is pleased to announce the opening of NYC Pop Up Exhibition. An exhibition that will be open for the new year of 2014. From January 11 through January 17. The exhibition will be open from 2PM to 6PM and also by appointment. NYC Pop Up Exhibition welcomes the new year into the arts. Opening Night will be on January 11th from 7PM to 10PM. Event is located at The Living Gallery (1094 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221). Come and enjoy an eye opening & enriching experience: artworks of painting, printmaking, ceramic, photography, installation, 3D and more.
Aimee Hertog, Amanda Menezes, Amanda Saviñón, Annemarie Waugh, Asano Gomez, Bridget O’ Rourke, Diane Hawkins, Fred Gutzeit, Gregory Mason, Hillary Hostetler, Jamie Kates, Katherine Emely Gómez, Laura Jacobs, Lorena Kalaja, Alexis Martinez, Peter Pier, Roberto Ferrando, Shang-Ping Liu, Shifi Rathaus, Vanezza Cruz.
For more information about the artists visit Exhibition Artists Page.
About Katherine Emely Gomez
Katherine Emely Gomez is a NYC based artist dedicated to organizing and curating a dynamic environment in which artists can share their ideas and encourage gallery exposure by supporting, promoting quality exhibitions. A notion of artists helping artists based on networking and collaboration. Gomez devotes her energy and resources to displaying a variety of emerging and established artists from an array of works including painting, print making, ceramic, photography, instillation, collage and more. For more information visit the About page.
About The Living Gallery
The Living Gallery was founded in April of 2012 by Nyssa Frank. They offer emerging artists and teachers a platform for dreams to manifest. They seek to create an environment based on collaboration, not competition. The Living Gallery is a space where passion meets action. The Living Gallery will always be alive with new artwork, events, and idea. The New York Times Art & Design Article ”…Now it’s rising, and art is helping it, just as it is helping art by giving its makers a place to go. Ideally such synergy would hold; it can’t, because it never does. Still it’s hard not to feel a tug of hope under those big, open Bushwick skies.” – Written By Holland Cotter.