After a summer of transition, we are is back at it once again!
Mighty Tanaka has been in a state of transition for the past couple months as we have been preparing to move the gallery into a new location in Dumbo. Since we are still in the moving process, our next show will be hosted by powerHouse Arena!
Coinciding with the Dumbo Arts Festival, we are pleased to bring you Contemporary Abstractions, featuring the artwork of Adam Void, Drew Tyndell, Greg Henderson, JMR, Julia Colavita & Lauren Comito. Hosted by powerHouse Arena, the show runs from Friday, September 23rd – October 5th.
Contemporary Abstractions Opening Reception:
Friday, September 23rd
6pm – 9pm
Colors, dimension, flow and definition are all words that can describe our latest show at Mighty Tanaka entitled Contemporary Abstractions, featuring the artwork of: Adam Void, Drew Tyndell, Greg Henderson, JMR, Julia Colavita & Lauren Comito. Hosted by powerHouse Arena, in DUMBO, Brooklyn, this art show exhibits the work of six emerging artists who represent different directions and juxtaposing interpretations of Abstract art. Contemporary Abstractions is a cross section of styles that highlight the range and breath of this established art form and aims to emphasize a variety of techniques and approaches that can be associated with the movement.
From found material sculptures and geometric design to painted canvas and tailored collages, Contemporary Abstractions features an array of complimentary talent that is pushing the bounds of an art form. The artist’s work strives to continue the legacy established by their predecessors and to create a solid foundation for future generations to grow upon.
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