THE UNTITLED SPACE ‘ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE’ OPENING INSPIRES CROWDS

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On January 16th, hundreds of artists, collectors and anti-Trump activists flocked to The Untitled Space for the opening of “ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE,” a group show of over 80 artists curated by Indira Cesarine responding to America’s current political climate. The exhibit—timed to coincide with the one-year inauguration of President Donald Trump—imparts the pressing nature of political resistance in its many forms during this turbulent and divisive time.

Gallery visitors inspired by the show purchased “RESIST” t-shirts, which helped raise funds for the ACLU. The show’s theme of resistance bonded everyone in the gallery as artists mingled with visitors and discussed the inspiration behind their works. Viewers lined up to take photos of artwork, including Touba Alipour’s neon sign announcing America as “CLOSED FOR RENOVATION” and entered Haley Hatfield’s virtual reality installation exploring racial tension in Baton Rouge, among other works that inspired the crowds.

Curator and artist Indira Cesarine at The Untitled Space gallery ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE Exhibition, NYC, January 2018. Photography by Dustin Wayne Harris

“ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE” is open until February 4th at The Untitled Space from 10am – 6pm Monday through Friday and 12pm – 5pm Saturday and Sunday. 10% of exhibition proceeds will be donated to the ACLU. Read more about the exhibit and artwork featured HERE.

Exhibiting artists include: Alexandra Rubinstein, Alfonse Pagano, Alison Jackson, Alyson Provax, Ann Lewis, Anna Rindos, Annalisa Iadicicco, Annika Connor, Anya Rubin, Bradford Scott Stringfield, Cabell Molina, Camilla Marie Dahl, Cara De Angelis, Danielle Siegelbaum, Daryl Daniels,Desdemonda Dallas, Desire Moheb Zandi, Dessie Jackson, Diana Casanova, Dolly Faibyshev, Domenica Bucalo, Eleni Giannopoulou, Elisa Garcia de la Huerta, Elise Vazelakis, Elizabeth Wentling, Erin Victoria Axtell, Fahren Feingold, Gabriela Handal, George Lorio, Grace Graupe Pillard, Haley R Hatfield, Hannah Stahl, Indira Cesarine, James Hsieh, Jamia Weir, Jamie Martinez, Janet Braun-Reinitz + Sarah Maple, Jen Dwyer, Joanne Leah, Joel Tretin, Joyce Ellen Weinstein, Kate Hush, Katya Kan, Kiley Ames, Kristin Malin, Kristin O’Connor, Leah Schrager, Leslie Kerby, Leslie Sheryll, Linda Bond, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Lola Jiblazee, Lola Ogbara, Manju Shandler, Marne Lucas, Mary Tooley Parker, Michael Reece, Michele Pred, Miss Meatface, Nichole Washington, Olga Filippova, Olive Allen, Panteha Abareshi, Parker Day, Rada Yakova, Rebecca Goyette, Rebecca Leveille, Rosary Solimanto, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Rute Ventura, Sarah Dillon, Signe Pierce, Stephanie Hanes, Tatana Kellner, Tommy Mitchell, Touba Alipour, Valerie Carmet, Valery Estabrook, Vanessa Teran, Vittorio Ottaviani, Yuri Murphy

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