15 Beats: The Artists of My Plastic Heart – Opening June 21

leontine

Leontine Greenberg
Satellite Two
5 x 5 Inches (Framed 9 x 9 Inches)
Watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper

Friday, June 21 marks the opening of 15 Beats: The Artists of My Plastic Heart, a group exhibition featuring 15 of the artists who well represent myplasticheart’s artistic vision in which the lines of cute and innocent are blurred with the eerie and strange. mph is pleased to bring these exceptional artists to Brooklyn, NY in a creative collaboration with Bunnycutlet Gallery. The exhibition is curated by Native New Yorkers Vincent Yu and Bikkei Law, who established mph on the Lower East Side in 2004 and have seen their store/gallery thrive with their unique brand of “Low Brow” art, as they combine their passions for art and toys to find a seamless balance and symbiotic relationship between the two. This is the curatorial debut of Yu and Law at Bunnycutlet and the incredible lineup of artists will not disappoint!

CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS:
Andrew Bell
Scott C.
Kelly Denato
Leontine Greenberg
kaNO
Aya Kakeda
Andrea Kang
Jeremiah Ketner
Abe Lincoln Jr.
Brent Nolasco
Lou Pimentel
Shawnimals
Matt Siren
Naoko Stoop
Tatiana Suarez

15 Beats: The Artists of My Plastic Heart
Opening night June 21st, 7 – 10pm
Exhibition runs until July 19, 2013

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bunnycutlet.com

Bunnycutlet Gallery
158 Roebling Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
New York

More about Bunnycutlet Gallery:

Bunnycutlet Gallery exhibits paintings, prints, and sculptures. We cultivate an aesthetic that embraces figurative art, emphasizing visual ties to applied art disciplines like illustration, animation, comics, and cartoons. We enjoy nerd art, urban folk, and pop art that employs baroque and surrealist approaches.

Founder and owner Liz Artinian is a career animation artist and art director. She began developing her curatorial aesthetic as a guest curator at Stay Gold Gallery in 2005. After Stay Gold’s closing in 2008, Liz continued her popular large scale exhibits as pop-ups throughout the NYC area.

Bunnycutlet debuted in November of 2012 with Liz’s most popular and long running exhibit, Too Art for TV. The gallery is an 850 square foot space centrally located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We are 5 blocks from the Bedford stop on the L train, and 6 blocks from the Metropolitan stop on the G train.

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