Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
“Tell all the Truth but tell it slant---“
-Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)
It is a myth that there are straight things in the universe. Straight is an illusion; consider Davinci's disappearing line. Our planets are curved, not flat. The universe is not a straight line. And even though we like to think of time as linear, how can it be? You are in one moment, but have de ja vu about another, or you relate this moment to a different one, and, if in this moment time disappears entirely until you emerge from the other side, how is that straight? We certainly get sharp edges in moments and the illusion of straight, but it is still just illusion.
Not Straight~ Not So Straight…
Featuring the works of: Bill Butterworth, Jacob Burckhardt, Hugh Burckhardt, David Fenn, Tommy Flynn, Kaitlin Martin, Paul Gutekanst,
Natalie Katic, Judy Linn, Nancy Linn, Geoff Matters, Nami Mo, Ptah Miller, Toyo, Ryo Watanabe, Christian Siekmeier, Angela Valeria,
Jack Sal, Yuko K., Sissa Marquardt, Markus Schmolz, Kazuko Uchida, Kazuko Miyamoto and the Rivington School.
The Lower East Side's Longest Continuing Gallery.
* photo by David Fenn: DaVinci's Disappearing Point, Bushwick.