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BLACK FOLIAGE 
Curated by Matthew Craven 
September 22 – October 26 
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 22, 7- 10pm 
This exhibition brings together over 60 artists using a wide range of techniques and imagery within the field of drawing, painting, collage and sculpture to create a singular artistic vision. BLACK FOLIAGE takes its name from the contemporary psych rock band Olivia Tremor Control’s 1999 album Black Foliage: Animation Music Vol. One. 
Like the album, this exhibition combines pop and experimental aesthetics into something eccentric and cohesive. The combined efforts from these artists will create something akin to a psychedelic zen garden. *Black Foliage, originally took place on a much smaller scale at Chinatown Arcade, A DIY pop up art space and formerly a cell phone dispensary within the alley at 48 Bowery in New York City on July 22nd 2012. 
ARTISTS AKIRA HORIKAWA ALEJANDRO GUZMAN ALEX EBSTEIN ALEX LUKAS ALLISON REIMUS ANNA HOBERMAN BEN BLATT BENJAMIN EDMISTON BJORN COPELAND BRUCE WILHELM CAITLIN CUNNINGHAM CASEY GRAY CASEY JEX SMITH CHRISTIAN HERR CHRISTOPHER DANIELS CODY HOYT DENISE KUPFERSCHMIDT DOMINIC PAUL MOORE EMMA BURGESS OLSON EMILY ROZ ETHAN COOK GINA BEAVERS HWAN JAHNG JAMIE FELTON JIMMY BAKER JOSEPH HART JULIAN DURON KORAKRIT ARUNANONDCHAI LANGDON GRAVES LAUREN SEIDEN LEAH DIXON LEIF LOW-BEER LESSER GONZALEZ LETHA WILSON MIYEON LEE MARK SENGBUSCH MARK WARREN JACQUES MATTHEW PALLADINO MATT STONE MICHAEL DOTSON MINKA SICKLINGER MORGAN BLAIR NATALIA YOVANE PAUL KONEAZNY PAUL WACKERS POLLY SHINDLER RYAN BROWNING RYAN DE LA HOZ RYAN TRAVIS CHRISTIAN RYAN SCHNEIDER RYAN WALLACE SAM ADAMS SETH ADELSBERGER SHAI ZURIM SHARA HUGHES STEVEN RIDDLE SUSY GOETERS TED GAHL TIM HULL TIMOTHY BERSTROM THOMAS DELANEY TM DAVY TRISH TILLMAN VICTOR PAYARES WESLEY STOKES
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