Spread

P.P.O.W. 535 West 22nd St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY

P.P.O.W. is pleased to present Spread, Jessica Stoller’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Working in the realm of figurative sculpture, Stoller mines the rich and complicated history of porcelain, harnessing its links to power, desire and taste. Synthesizing the cultural, historical, and corporeal notions of the female body, Stoller expands the feminist visual vernacular […]

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Hatch

P.P.O.W. 535 West 22nd St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY

P.P.O.W. is pleased to present Hatch, Allison Schulnik’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. In the first presentation since Schulnik gave birth to her daughter Tupelo and moved to the remote mountain area of Sky Valley, California, Hatch incorporates the myriad methods that comprise Schulnik’s practice. Working in paint, sculpture, and animation, Schulnik seamlessly transitions between mediums, […]

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Online Exhibition: Hell is a Place on Earth. Heaven is a Place in Your Head.

Online Exhibition

Hell is a Place on Earth. Heaven is a Place in Your Head. March 26 – April 25, 2020 Online Exhibition   “WHEN I WAS TOLD THAT ID CONTRACTED THIS VIRUS IT DIDNT TAKE ME LONG TO REALIZE THAT ID CONTRACTED A DISEASED SOCIETY AS WELL... I’m beginning to believe that one of the last […]

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Noplace

P.P.O.W. 535 West 22nd St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY

P.P.O.W is pleased to present Noplace, a physical and virtual exhibition curated by Eden Deering, which brings together artists whose practices connect in their collective utopian pursuit, their make-believe places reflecting the ills of our society, while simultaneously communicating alternative ways to exist in this world. In Utopia (1516), the English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman and Renaissance […]

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Into Open Air

P.P.O.W. 535 West 22nd St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY

P.P.O.W is pleased to present Into Open Air, an exhibition of new work by Kyle Dunn. Defying categorical restraint, Dunn combines sculptural and painterly traditions, including bas-relief and trompe l’oeil, to express the vibrancy of the masculine emotional landscape not often represented in popular visual culture. Drawing upon a range of influences such as Italian […]

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