Gonzalo Guerrero’s print exhibition uses primary colors to illustrate his first experiences as an immigrant in New York, observing the social, political, and cultural polarities tied to identity and privilege in the city.
Holoweski presents a series of cyclical narratives depicted as hybrid digital video and stop-motion animation loops, exploring recurrent patterns in scientific astrophysics, biological evolution, and spiritual reincarnation on view in The Cove.
Ry Rocklen uses found objects of American suburban life --futons, discarded trophies, broken box springs--to create works that explore themes of pathos and play, and to create an intimate and psychological viewer experience.
Clocktower presents the second annual group exhibition, featuring a collection of artists whose work incorporates dynamic and time-based elements, ranging from robotic interactivity to performance. On view at Knockdown Center in Maspeth, Queens.
At 222 East 41st Street, 22nd Floor, New York NY 10017
Clocktower presents the third installment of Dale Henry: The Artist Who Left New York. First at the Clocktower Gallery, then shown at Pioneer Works, the exclusive selection on view at Jones Day examines pivotal works in Henry’s career as a painter.
For 40 years, Clocktower has produced seminal exhibitions by some of the most important artists of our time, including Richard Nonas, Lynda Benglis, Max Neuhaus, Dennis Oppenheim, Pat Steir, Vito Acconci, Charlotte...
Tennessee Williams, Ana Mendieta, Jorge Luis Borges, Sylvia Plath, Bernardo Bertolucci, Michel Gondry, Gloria Steinem, Jim Jarmusch, Lorraine O’Grady, Marcel Duchamp, Marilyn Manson, Tina Fey, and Catherine Deneuve....
From Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, and Christian Marclay to Antony, Japanther, and Nicholas Chatfield-Taylor, Clocktower has historically served as an incubator for studio projects by individual artists and collectives,...
At Playland 97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd Rockaway Beach, NY 11693
Painter and street art legend Kenny Scharf has been active in New York City and around the world since the early 1970's, injecting elements of street culture into contemporary art. In July 2014 he painted a mural for Playland Motel, in Far Rockaway.
Six installation artists engage a space beckoning with desire and opportunity. The artworks transform Knockdown Center's cathedral-like complex into a surreal bazaar of curiosities for the adventurous. Opening on June 15th, 2-6pm.
An exhibition by sculptors Joel Shapiro and Richard Nonas co-presented with and on view at Knockdown Center in Maspeth, Queens. Exhibition on view at Knockdown Center Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 6 pm, or by appointment.
First presented at the historic Clocktower Gallery, this exhibition in Red Hook includes works installed at the Clocktower as well as new pieces not seen since the 1970’s, and in several cases, never shown. Light, reflection, material, composition...
Jene Highstein: Early Works focuses on a formative series of process-based, exploratory sculptural works from the early 1970’s. Highstein was one of the first artists to present work at the Clocktower Gallery in 1973. He passed away April 27, 2013.
A. Taylor Kuffner's robo-chiming Gamelatron installation ion display in Times Square (785 8th Ave) playing continuously night and day, creating a quiet and reflective sanctuary in one of New York's busiest locales.
Papo Colo: Assorted Times in Singular Spaces is an exhibition of works on paper and poetry by Papo Colo, presented in the Clocktower’s historic Upper Gallery, and exploring the composition of poetry as visual imagination.
Alex Katz, a leading figure painter of the new realism movement in contemporary art, has created a limited edition of 30 prints. Available for sale, proceeds benefit the Clocktower Gallery and its radio station.