to Nov 18

ONE RIVER: Allendale NJ, Engelwood NJ, Millburn NJ, Larchmont NY, Hartsdale NY

Nicholas Cueva

Nicholas Cueva

Special Exhibitions Curated by Jesse Greenberg

At One River, we celebrate artists and we celebrate art making. That means we teach what is current in our classrooms and focus on sharing through the lens of living artists. It also means that we mount compelling art exhibitions in our spaces so people in our communities can engage with contemporary art and learn to collect and support living artists.

This week we feature the opening of our first multi-site exhibition curated by the amazing Jesse Greenberg. Our five New York area locations in Westchester and New Jersey will be treated to five separate and compelling presentations featuring some of the most exciting contemporary artists in the world. Check it out here.

One River Englewood - Nicholas Ceuva 
One River Allendale - Ionna Pantazopoulou                         
One River Millburn - Theodore Sefcik                         
One River Larchmont - Leah Guadagnoli                         
One River Hartsdale - Caitlin MacBride   

Jesse Greenberg has a vantage point that I simply admire and respect. First of all, he is one of the most interesting emerging artists in the world who will have his own solo show in January at the Derek Eller Gallery in New York. Jesse runs JAG projects which is a roving curatorial venture and he is the former Founder of 247365 Gallery…a New York based gallery that established itself as a tastemaker for the most innovative emerging artists.

I am thrilled to share Jesse’s work across a multi-school program. This is the first of what may be a new method for exhibiting art across our national network of schools. And, it allows me to do what I love most…supporting living artists and helping to teach others about contemporary art.

Matt Ross
#MondayThoughts #OneRiverSchool #TransformingArtEducation

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to Mar 11

NADA NY: Rob Rhee solo presentation

550 Washington st. NY NY 

550 Washington st. NY NY 

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JAG projects

Rob Rhee: Occupations of Uninhabited Space, At NADA NY 2018 Booth 4.21
Thursday March 8th- Sunday March 11th
Skylight Clarkson Sq.
550 Washington St. NY NY 10014

JAG projects present Rob Rhee: Occupations of Uninhabited Space, steel wire forms are improvised in the studio and then sent to farms across the country where they are installed in gourd fields, setting in motion a year-long process of chance. As the gourds grow and push through the metal restraints they bubble past their bound restraints. When ripe and ready for picking they emerge as mutated results of outward natural growth and unnatural cold restraint

Their collective title,  Occupations of Uninhabited Space, is borrowed from a fictional collection of sculptures described in the novel The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin. Rhee’s sculptures by the same name manifest the occupation, a call and response between the gourd’s phenotype and Rhee’s reinterpretation of it via the steel sculpture.


JAG projects also presents Poetry by Lindsay Beebe with accompaniment by Nathan Whipple at NADA Friday March 9th at 5:30 pm in NADA Presents

- Lindsay Beebe is an artist, writer and performer, whose work frames violence, humor, sex and politics within her own unique post-hippy, post-punk outlook. Beebe’s poems embody the legacy of a particular American underground sensibility.  
Nathan Whipple will provide keyboard accompaniment. Whipple is an accomplished musician based in NY, most notably recognized for his involvement in the art-band: Haribo. 

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