Archive for the ‘MPH Exhibits’ Category

Monstrosities 2017 opens Feb 4th

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Our annual MONSTROSITIES show is back with an impressive lineup of some previous favorites as well as a number of new additions! This year’s exhibit features the work of 12 amazing US and Japanese Kaiju artists including the following:

Candie Bolton
Gabriella June
Paul Kaiju
Michael Devera
Monsterfoot Creations
Planet X
Rampage Toys

MONSTROSITIES opens on Saturday Feb 4th from 7-10pm. Paul Kaiju and Oltretomba items will be available via lottery at 8:30PM during opening night. More release info will be updated shortly. Music provided by DJ Unchi.


Opening Reception Saturday, February 4th, 2017 7 – 10pm

Exhibition runs through March 4th, 2017

myplasticheart toy store & gallery

210 Forsyth St.

New York NY


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– The lottery will be for all Paul Kaiju, Oltretomba, Candie Bolton and Rampage Toys items. All other items are available for purchase starting 7PM on Sat 2/4 at the opening reception.
– Tickets for the lottery will be handed out at 7PM.
– Lottery drawing will begin at 8:30PM.
– If your number is chosen you may choose (1) item from either Paul Kaiju, Oltretomba, Candie Bolton or Rampage Toys.
– All lottery items are limited to one per customer, per household.
– Any remaining Paul Kaiju, Oltretomba, Candie Bolton and Rampage Toys items after the completion of the lottery will be available on a first come, first serve basis with priority given to those who have not purchased any pieces prior.
– We reserve the right to deny the purchase of items for any reason based on our discretion.

Starry Eyed exhibition by Seulgie opens December 2nd

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016


myplasticheart is excited to present “Starry Eyed” featuring the work of Brooklyn artist and toy sculptor Seulgie. The exhibition will showcase various interpretations of her popular character Satyr, a whimsical faun-like creature that perfectly captures Seulgie’s fondness for cuteness. An assortment of hand-sculpted figures and original paintings and drawings will be on view.

Join us on Friday December 2nd from 7-10pm for the opening reception. The artist will be in attendance and refreshments will be served. Exhibition runs through December 30th 2016.

Starry Eyed
New Works by Seulgie
Opening reception Friday December 2nd 7-10PM
Exhibition runs through December 30th 2016

210 Forsyth St. NYC

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Konatsuya exhibition opens Sept. 16th

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016



myplasticheart is honored to host the upcoming exhibition by Japanese artist Konatsu. Konatsu is best known for Negora, her immensely popular kaiju cat character. The exhibition will consist of special release items including Negora, Daioh Negora, Shibara & Mamera figures. Original paintings will also be available as well as custom hand painted figures by Konatsu and a selection of popular Japanese artists. In addition there will be a variety of Konatsu branded accessories to fill out your collection.

Artists contributing custom pieces includes :

UAMOU | KORATERS | T9G | Keiko Miyata | DEVILROBOTS | Noriya Takeyama | Mai Nagamoto | Monster Factory | DAN | Kakeruri | KAIJIN | Sunguts | Rampage | Skulltula | Shon | Kin Kuzushima | Shimomoku (Studio Mitsurin) | Mikio (Studio Mitsurin) | Fuji (Studio Mitsurin)

Join us on Friday Sept 16th from 7-10pm for the opening reception. Konatsu will be in attendance and refreshments will be served. Exhibition runs through October 16th 2016.

Konatsuya Exhibition
Friday Sept 16th 7-10PM
210 Forsyth St. NYC

If you would like to meet Konatsu and get a signature or sketch from her please keep in mind of the following schedule :

Friday Sept. 16th
7PM – 10PM Opening night reception w/ Konatsu
8PM – 9PM Live painting session
9PM – 10PM Meet & greet with Konatsu (signatures allowed, NO SKETCHING)

Saturday Sept. 17th
2PM – 5PM Sign & sketch session
*Please note: Limited to 20 people (first come first serve) for those who make purchases of $30 or more.

We will be giving out line tickets starting at 1PM EST on Friday Sept 16th at the gallery, 210 Forsyth St. NYC. Tickets will be numbered and will be used to determine purchase order starting at 7pm. We will begin lining up for purchases starting at 6:30PM.
Purchases will be limited to 1 per customer in each of the following categories :
Konatsu Negora custom
Other artist custom
Konatsu original painting
Dilute Daioh Negora
Melon Soda Shibara & Mamera
Negora Orange & Lemon

We will not be offering an online preview of the available work before the opening. Remaining exhibition pieces will be made available online on Monday Sept 19th.

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Rooftops + Sidewalks: Illustrated works on Boundless Brooklyn Model Kits

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016



myplasticheart and Boundless Brooklyn present Rooftops + Sidewalks featuring custom designed water towers and mailboxes created from Boundless Brooklyn Model Kits. Featuring 27 talented illustrators at the top of their game this exhibit is curated by award winning artist Leo Espinosa.

The artists include :

Sonni Adrian
Jordan Awan
Calef Brown
Andrea D’Aquino
Rob Dunlavey
Sandra Equihua
Leo Espinosa
Lisk Feng
Bob Flynn
Charles Glaubitz
Raul Gonzalez
Jorge Gutierrez
Don Kilpatrick
Loris Lora
Aaron Meshon
Roman Muradov
Keith Negley
Robert Neubecker
Laura Osorno
Claudia Pearson
Micah Player
Julia Rothman
Himanshu Sharma
Bob Staake
Ellen Surrey
Jacob Thomas
Marius Valdes

Join us on Friday August 5th from 7-10pm for the opening reception. Many of the artists will be in attendance and refreshments will be served. Exhibition runs through September 2nd 2016.

Rooftops + Sidewalks
Illustrated works on Boundless Brooklyn Model Kits
Opening reception Friday August 5th 7-10PM
Exhibition runs through September 2nd 2016

210 Forsyth St. NYC

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Werifesteria opens Friday 07.08.16

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016


WERIFESTERIA (v.) to wander longingly through the forest in search of mystery

myplasticheart presents Werifesteria, an exhibition featuring the work of 5 talented artists whose main medium is in the fiber arts. Revolving around the theme of woodland folklore, and much like the mystery that surrounds the origin of the word, Werifesteria takes us on a journey in search of all the mystical and magical things we might find if we were brave enough to venture. Through the mist and into the forest, come along and explore this wondrous world. Curated by Lana Crooks.

Lana Crooks –
Caitlin McCormack –
Carisa Swenson –
Mariangela Tan –
Zoe Williams –

Join us on Friday July 8th from 7-10pm for the opening reception. Many of the artists will be in attendance and refreshments will be served. Exhibition runs through August 2nd 2016.

Friday July 8th 7-10PM

210 Forsyth St. NYC

About Lana Crooks –
Lana Crooks loves the antique, the creepy, the cute and the mysterious. Constructing creatures from fabrics and found objects, she is a purveyor of faux specimens and soft curiosities that are a blend of science and fantasy. Sought after for her pattern-making abilities, she frequently teams up with other artists to breathe three dimensional life into their illustrations, earning her two Designer Toy Awards. She enjoys drawing from real specimens in dusty back rooms of Chicago’s natural history museums but, on an average day, you can find her in the studio surrounded by skulls, old books, aging fabrics, and a cat named Tanuki.

About Caitlin McCormack –
The act of stiffening intricately crocheted cotton string with glue produces material that is structurally similar to delicate bone tissue. The string utilized in this process can be viewed as the basic cellular unit of fabrication, and by implementing media and practices inherited from my relatives, both living and deceased, I aim to generate emblems of my diminishing bloodline, embodied by each organism’s skeletal remains.

The material out of which my work is composed acts as an alchemical conduit between the garment and the clothesline; it acknowledges the latter as a symbol of the ancestry and familiar bonds which have greatly informed my work. I wish to give the impression that a garment has disintegrated and reformed itself in the image of a tenacious animal’s remains, representative of both the persistence of memory and the significance of cloth and thread in the realm of human experience.

About Carisa Swenson –
Carisa Swenson sculpts and stitches curiously uncanny creatures that strike a balance between odd and endearing, fantastical and familiar, with a background in design and illustration. It wasn’t until 2006 after studying with renowned doll artist Wendy Froud that the final die was cast : art dolls would forever own her soul and trouble her nights, stirring her with a fervor that could only be quelled by sculpting her dreams into reality. Carisa’s passion for creating this eccentric menagerie of peculiar beasts springs from many sources – mythology, folk tales, the works of stop-motion masters Ray Harryhausen and the Brothers Quay: movies such as Watershed down and the puppetry of the Henson Workshop to name a few.

Carisa’s work has been shown in numerous galleries within the United States as well as internationally, and seen in publications such as Art Doll Quarterly and Spectrum. Carisa rides in New York City and is a member of the Circus Posterus collective.

About Mariangela Tan –
Our senses are the triggers that release our memories. Memories are at the core of who we are and where we’ve been. The loss of this changes us. As an artist, I create in an effort to connect to distant memories by affecting more than just sight. 

Currently working in needlefelt, because it is a medium that can be both visually beautiful as well as tactile. I am constantly looking for, learning, and using new materials and techniques, in an effort to create art that affects all the senses. Inspired by the wonder and the oddities of nature, I use them as symbols of things lost or forgotten. Familiar and yet new, my work is the evolution of my memories.

About Zoe Williams –
Zoë Williams creates otherworldly creatures that serve as spirit guides. Her sculptures are inspired by dreams, visions, and the collective unconscious.

Born in 1983 in New Orleans, LA, Zoë Williams holds a BA in Fine Art from the University of New Orleans and a Certificate in Fiber Art from the University of Washington. Her work in needle felted wool has been exhibited in galleries around the world. She currently lives and works in New York City.

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