Dactyl Foundation presents work by Judy Glantzman, Sage Vaughn, Neck Face, and Yelena Yemchuk. Continue reading “Summer Salon Show 2010”
Works by Sage Vaughn, Judy Glantzman, and Yelena Yemchuk Tuesday – Friday 12 – 6pm.
January 1, 2009
D’Arcy, David, “Last of the Breed,“ Art + Auction January 1, 2009
Through his friendship with Giacometti, his ties to a key Picasso heir and his legendary eye, Jan Krugier built an empire. When he died at age 80 last fall, the art world lost the final remaining member of the generation of postwar connoisseur-dealers. Continue reading “Last of the Breed: Jan Krugier’s final exhibition”
November 3 – November 30, 2008
Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Jan Krugier was perhaps the most significant art collector and dealer of our times. His passion and uncompromising vision can be seen clearly in what is one of the greatest collections known. We at Dactyl are honored to have hosted Dialogues, the last exhibition curated by Jan Krugier, before he passed away. We are especially thankful to Izabela Grocholski and John Mollett who made this incredible event possible. We would also like to thank Hikari Yokoyama. Continue reading “Dialogues: Curated by Jan Krugier”
August 28 – September 21, 2008
Continue reading “Nomenus Quarterly, exhibition curated by Erik Madigan Heck”
Exhibition of S Magazine Issue 7 entitled ‘Ajar’
Dan Martensen Continue reading “S Magazine, Ajar”
Exhibition of Issue 6 of S Magazine, ‘Verge’
Ryan Michael Kelly
Nico Berry is a graphic designer and illustrator specializing in the urban youth market. He art-directed Thrasher skateboard magazine for 4 years, and currently freelances in New York City. Some of his recent clients include The Source magazine, Roadrunner Records and Fetish by Eve clothing. Nico’s website is www.nicoberry.com Continue reading ““From A to B,” AKB Crew Group Show”
August 12 2004
Art Auction benefiting Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign fundraising committee: Mark Webber, Leo Fitzpatrick, James Ransone, John Buffalo Mailer, William Upski Wimsatt and Brendan Sexton III. Artists include: Ray Abary, Harvey Finkle, Tim Lynch, Melissa Farley, Squire Fox, Patrick Maisano, Melinda Stickney-Gibson, and Judy Glantzman. Curated by Gael Abary and Liz Ronk. Continue reading “Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign”
December 9 2003
DACTYL FOUNDATION and ART+COMMERCE Invite you to give the gift of art this holiday season, all proceeds benefitting THE POINT CDC & BRONX CHARTER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS, Offering the children and families of Hunts Point safe places to learn, create & grow.An evening of good cheer to purchase original works by professional and amateur artists of all ages while helping two non-profit organizations in the South Bronx. Continue reading “The Point, Benefit Exhibition”
May 23-June 28, 2003
Heroes and Villains, mixed media on decks curated by Jon Buscemi, Matt Sohl, Michelle Harb, and Jason Dill.
March 8 2003
Children’s art exhibition entitled “small works” organized by students of the Washington Market School.
June 1-29 2002
A collection of T-4 photography by pro-skaters, Alex Corporan, Elska Sandor, Giovanni Estevez, A-Ron the Don, Suekwon, Shadi Perez, Giovanni Reda, Mike O’Meally, Keith & Anne Hufnagel, Todd Jordan, Aaron Meza, Athena Razo, Leo Fitzpatrick, Ryan McGinley, Angela Boatright, J2, Dave Ortiz, and Carla Ullman.
Reception: Saturday June 1, 2002, 7-10pm;
May 4-25 2002
An exhibition of hand-colored etchings and poetry by Archie Rand and John Yau (Meritage Press) Also celebrating the release of My Heart Is That Eternal Rose Tattoo (Black Sparrow),Borrowed Love Poems (Penguin) by John Yau, Simply Separate People by Lynn Crawford, edited by John Yau (Black Square), Me with Animal Towering by Albert Mobilio, edited by John Yau (Black Square); and Bayart by Pascalle Monnier, translated by Cole Swensen, edited by John Yau (Black Square).
April 20 2002
An exhibition of art work by students of the Washington Market School.
Nothing Bad Has Happened 12″ x 16″ pen and shellac on canvas
Emily Orling‘s paintings place babies in reddish-brown mucus, referencing the womb. Even her babies in bathtubs draw on the idea of the womb as comfort, or its lack. Separation creates intense loneliness. These Continue reading “Emily Orling, infant paintings”
Mar 10 2001
An exhibition of children’s artwork entitled Small Works 11 curated by the Washington Market School.
An Evolving Exhibition
The Artist Search Project is an exhibition-in-progress organized by Dactyl interns. We invite you to attend the first installment in July and return to view new works by emerging artists as the show progresses towards the final closing exhibition. The exhibition included works by John Arruda, Aaron Gilbert, Jackie Kingon, Jim Klein, Christina Park, Pam Smith, James Stuart, Jake Benton, Matthew Sinclair Kinney, and Emily Orling. Continue reading “Artist Search Project”
Online exhibition 1999-2001
Much of the later work of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) is the epitome of abstraction, that is, his images are not merely nonrepresentational. The paintings featured in this online exhibition are truly reified representations of seascapes, landscapes, and cityscapes. They are so reified, in fact, as to be almost symbolic of what they depict rather than illustrative. Dactyl Foundation for the Arts & Humanities presents “Turning on Turner,” an online exhibition of contemporary artists whose work is influenced by the great British painter. The show includes works by Dozier Bell, Pamela Bowers, James Crosby, Joy Garnett, Neil Grayson, and W. Whitney Smith III. Shown left is Turner’s variously named Light and Colour (Goethe’s Theory)- The Morning after the Deluge- Moses Writing the Book of Genesis (c. 1843), Oil on Canvas, 787mm x 787mm Continue reading “Turning on Turner”
November 28 – 24 December 1998
A group show of paintings and drawings by Camille Eskell, Katherine Kadish, Christina Park, and Alexandra Wiesenfeld.