Posts tagged: momenta art
A terrific new newspaper piece by Elissa Levy from Burying the Lede (through October 27) at Momenta Art.
Another terrific piece by Naomi Safran-Hon, “Independence Day II” (2011), just one more of the highlights from Momenta Art's spring benefit (April 25).
And one more from Momenta Art's spring benefit (April 25), Deborah Brown's “Bushwick Landscape #8 (The Library)” (2010).
Here’s another piece from Momenta Art's upcoming benefit (April 25), Carl Ferrero's matter-of-factly titled sculpture “Sleep With Me” (2009).
Among the many terrific works in Momenta Art's upcoming Spring Benefit (April 25) was this new untitled, diptych-like sculpture by Kristof Wickman, who I interviewed at the time of his recent solo show at the Brooklyn Museum.
My favorite pieces from Momenta Art's current group show, Broken Homes (through January 22), are these strange photo, lace and cement bas-relief sculptures by Naomi Safran-Hon.
The excellent group show Broken Homes at Momenta Art (through January 22) features this new installation from Lisa Kirk's House of Cards series.