Past Exhibitions


Torben Ulrich: marks of play, re- marks on being November 1-30, 2017 Artist Reception: Sunday, November 12th 3-6PM Torben Ulrich CV Balligraphies About the artist: Torben Ulrich (born Oct. 4, 1928) has been called one the most colorful and unique voices in Danish culture of the 20th and 21st centuries, stemming from his lifelong activities as poet, musician, radio and newspaper journalist, painter, filmmaker, performer and athlete, all attempting to explore these fields within a transdisciplinary approach. This view has long been grounded in a process-oriented, wide-ranging study of movement in spiritual, philosophical and athletic traditions, accentuating the practical while including […]

Torben Ulrich


Melting Pop Betsy Enzensberger August 2-31, 2017 Betsy Enzensberger has become quite well known for her realistic, larger than life sculptures of dripping, frozen treats and other sweet-toothed delights. Resin looks like candy. It looks delicious and sweet. The shiny exterior has a wet, melting quality. As with her Dripping series, Melting Pops rely on the child-like lure of sweet, sticky lollipops and popsicles to artificially instill intense desire. Her previous sculptures of ice cream, accentuated the frustration of a dropped cone, but the predominantly red confections in this exhibition practically beg to be rescued and consumed. Lust and frustration have evolved into anticipation […]

Betsy Enzensberger & Caesar Alzate Jr.


Caesar Alzate Jr: Objectivism (Red) August 2-31, 2017 Closing Party: Sunday, August 27th 3-6PM Caesar Alzate Jr. makes Objects which are defined simultaneously as painting and sculpture, made from acrylic paint layered hundreds (if not thousands) of times with a heat process that is essential to his process but also embodies the notion of identity as that of ‘the other’ and ‘the fear of the other’ in a body of work that metaphorically attacks discrimination by categorically justifying difference. The latest series is rendered completely in red, reflecting frustration and anger over anti-immigrant policies at constant risk of passing into law, but […]

Caesar Alzate Jr. & Betsy Enzensberger