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 Y ichen (Jack) Ji

Mythos Soup

January 18 - February 24, 2024

Shanghai-born Yichen Ji produces astonishing work that lives at the crossroads of digital, installation and sculptural work. As such, this remarkable young artistic savant, still a sophomore at the Parsons School of Design, represents the brilliant future of the art world. He has spent the past several years meticulously refining his skills in both sculpture and painting.

 M eghan Arlen

Obscured Geographies

January 18 - February 24, 2024

This collection of work—textural explorations of obscured aerial landforms—plays with movement and tactility. Obscured Geographies is also an ode to the medium of Venetian plaster and Arlen’s desire to use this material in new and creative ways. To observe the interplay of plaster with other materials, she incorporates charcoal, liquid iron, copper paint, gauze, fabric and other found textured and corrugated media. The results are beautifully intricate and wholly original.

 S vetlana Bailey

Out of Body

January 18 - February 24, 2024

In her practice, Bailey searches out new ways of understanding bodily experience and its implications for relations between humans and nature. Her work examines the eerie intimacy between the human body, human experience and human surroundings. She is thus able to engage with ecology and speculate on the almost sci-fi weirdness of the future. 

 T solak Topchyan

Universal Pink

October 26 - December 9, 2023

Topchyan's work is immersive in every sense, for both the artist and observer. The loose-hanging cotton fabric, suspended from the ceiling, can be seen from all sides. The two sides of the artwork, with pink embroidered dots scattered across the canvas like stars in the sky, mirror each other (Pink Dots, 2023). Yet, what is seen on one side of the artwork remains concealed on the other, highlighting the paradoxical relationship between the visible and the invisible.

D avid Kareyan

New Locality

September 14 - October 22, 2023

David Kareyan's profound insight into the relationship between art and reality is best encapsulated in his belief that "the strength of art lies in the exaggeration of reality." He saw art as a realm where the extraordinary could exist within the ordinary, striving for the concept of "more humane than humane." According to Kareyan, art was not mere optimism; it held the power to transform reality itself. 

O sheen Harruthoonyan

Uchronie Fragments

September 14 - October 22, 2023

The artist’s experimental wet darkroom techniques serve as the physical embodiment of his artistic concepts. Through these techniques, he captures visual imagery while also evoking emotions and narratives that resonate deeply with viewers. The title of the present exhibition speaks to the concept of “alternate histories.” Taken from the Greek word chronos–meaning time–and utopia–meaning a “no place”–Uchronie Fragments reimagines fragments of a time and place that no longer exist. In doing so the artist creates alternate histories, memories and identities that simultaneously exist in past, present and future. 

eri Karapetyan

հայ հայ

May 18 - August 12, 2023

In her latest works, titled “հայհայ” series, Meri Karapetyan multiplies the word “հայ” or “Armenian,” bending it in two different directions, into the shape of barbed wire, which in turn questions the many manifestations of the border. Using the word “Armenian” as a sign, she raises several semiotic, cultural, and identity-related issues. Using a fine copper wire and some rolled gauze to print the word “հայ,” she frees the word from sentence and context, weaving a web, connecting hundreds of “հայ”s, thus erecting a barrier. The latter is passable and fragile, touchable, and interactive, and the shadows of the metal letters once again create an imitation of a barrier, as if they both exist and do not exist…

rpi Adamyan

The City of Dove Women

May 18 - June 24, 2023

Adamyan creates world building projects. Her multimedia installations are charged with historical citations and speculations concerning a futuristic biotechnological realm. She combines hand made porcelain and clay objects with digital works on screens to create seamless life-affirming worlds from communal trauma. Adamyan is inspired by Armenian fairy tales, bird-human hybrid motifs from Armenian Medieval architecture and manuscripts, as well as Soviet Armenian Modernist architecture. Her method of artmaking involves the hybridization of multiple contradictions. Formation, rebirth and growth are in the core of her work.

ames Gortner

Terra Incognita

May 18 - August 12, 2023

In Terra Incognita, Gortner's works take on a heroic scope, reminding us of Rorschach tests and seemingly random water stains on which we can project our own stories. They also form rudimentary maps of uncharted lands and unfamiliar contents - each a terra incognita, like our own subconscious. The paintings are both playful and intellectually engaging, reflecting on the strength of tradition over time and life's undercurrent of constant restructuring.

iko Nishida

Present Moment

June 29 - August 12, 2023

The work represents not only summed-up time but also an event and information that poses the question: What is the meaning of being at this particular, precious moment? You may imagine a myriad of time fragments from the past in the form of the numerous pages of the newspapers themselves, but the moment that you see and experience the artwork, it becomes very much a part of the present.

T he Future of Things Passed

May 15-29, 2022

The exhibition featured four gifted contemporary artists: Eozen Agopian, Melissa Dadourian, Linda Ganjian, and Judith Simonian. It explored how art can deconstruct and uncover elements of the past through sense memory and found objects, while making lasting statements through these interpretations. These fiercely independent and inventive women create work that jibes with some of our

most pressing real world and theoretical concerns. 

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