In November of 2006 I took advantage of a hallway, and created Alcove. Formerly nestled at 547 W. 27th St., Alcove was a cozy alternative exhibition space, where art came face to face with art, and the viewer.
After I closed Alcove, in September of 2009 I opened SUGAR.
Based in installation art SUGAR thrives on the dialogue between artworks, creating the space, or lack thereof, and an environment to stimulate a notion outside of the individual artworks intent. "SUGAR strays away from solo shows, choosing instead to create a work of art itself through the juxtaposition of the artists work amongst one another."
Santa Fe Sounds for New York City
Cassette tape, gaffer tape, vellum on frame
16” x 20”
Wood, clay, glass, brass
13 ½” x 12” x 7”