“The Garden” curated by Beth McNeill opens at the Tribecca Workspace
The Garden is an examination of civilization’s founding story. A frequent muse of artists through out the ages, The Garden of Eden is rich with mystery, beauty and deception. This exhibition illustrates the ancient narrative that has shaped our world.
The exhibition features paintings, photography, sculpture, installation and design by artists Jennifer Angus, Saul Becker, Jordan Betten, Susan Benarcik, Thomas Card, Tapp Francke, Helen Gifford , Jason Hackenwerth, Robert Hand, Andy Harper, William T. Hillman, Kim Keevers, Steve Mannino, Jane Martin, John Messenger, Jeff Muhs, Ted Nemeth and Tyrome Tripoli, and a performance by Jason Hackenwerth will take place during the opening reception.
The exhibition runs from February 28th through May 31, 2010, by appointment only.
The McNeill Art Group project space is located at 143 Reade St, Tribeca, New York. The Tribeca Project Space is on the ground floor of Artisan Lofts in Tribeca. This “experimental project space” is a venue for artistic and curatorial expression allowing for continuous adaptation, progression and growth of the creative forces in an effort to continue the global movement towards enhancing the visibility of contemporary art while not conforming to the traditional gallery structure.
For appointments please contact Beth McNeill at 631-838-4843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.