Louise J. Berg, "Lights over Disenchantment Bay"

Louise J. Berg, “Lights over Disenchantment Bay”

Louise Berg created a mesmerizing work of art for her ParisScope show last year, and we wanted to give it a permanent home in its native Animated Gif form. Louise J. Berg, “Lights over Disenchantment Bay”, animated GIF (with technical assistance by J. Reeder)
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Sophie Ramos: an equilibrium which kept everything in motion...

Sophie Ramos: an equilibrium which kept everything in motion…

September 10 – October 10, 2015 Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 10, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK Projective City and Mixed Greens are pleased to present an equilibrium which kept everything in motion but prevented it from going anywhere, an ambitious, site-specific, collaged installation by Sofie...
Rahul Alexander: Mirror Lake

Rahul Alexander: Mirror Lake

June 11 – August 28, 2015 Opening Reception: Thursday, June 11, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK Projective City and Mixed Greens are pleased to announce the  exhibition of Mirror Lake by New York City based artist Rahul Alexander. His cross-disciplinary approach to art, design, painting,...
Jo Q. Nelson: Obstacle Course

Jo Q. Nelson: Obstacle Course

March 26 – June 6, 2015 Opening: Thursday, March 26th, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK In his exceptionally fine book “The Grasshopper: Games, Life and Utopia”, Bernard Suits loosely defines a game as the overcoming of unnecessary obstacles. For example, “golf” becomes a game only...
Laetitia Soulier: Fractal Architechtures

Laetitia Soulier: Fractal Architechtures

January 15 – March 21, 2015 Opening: Thursday, Jan. 15, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK Perhaps the greatest error of western philosophy occurred when, in the early modern period, philosophers began conceiving of reason and human rationality as not only a replacement for God as...
LCWPYNHOBPS #1: Jaclyn Conley

LCWPYNHOBPS #1: Jaclyn Conley

Jaclyn Conley is… What? A painter, most certainly. But she is also some sort of enigmatic machine, a black box of mysterious origin. The world feeds her morsels of information and sensation, which are somehow transformed by her machinery into a palpable energy which then flows into paint. She paints limbless children with their eyes...
Scott Hazard: Silent Geography

Scott Hazard: Silent Geography

Nov. 20, 2014 – Jan. 10, 2015 Opening: Thursday, Nov. 20, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK Scott Hazard’s subtle, torn-paper landscapes are based on the oldest idea of the “garden”, that of a cultivated, enclosed space set apart from yet adjacent to the wilderness. Yet here the...
Introducing: Long Conversations with People You've Never Heard of but Probably Should

Introducing: Long Conversations with People You’ve Never Heard of but Probably Should

Are you a little tired of reading writing about art which mostly just copies and pastes what you could have read in the press release? Are you tired of artists representing themselves only through calculated twitter feeds and facebook posts? Do you ever wonder what is really going through the minds of the people who...
Mike Estabrook: The Lair of the Phantom Dandy

Mike Estabrook: The Lair of the Phantom Dandy

Sept. 11 – Nov. 15, 2014 Opening: Thursday, Sept 11, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK The tomb of Charles Baudelaire in the Cimetière du Montparnasse remains, after almost 150 years, a place of pilgrimage for misspent youths, idiot poets, foolish and savage dreamers, delinquents, literary wonks, and drunks...
I Like America and America Likes Me: A Revival

I Like America and America Likes Me: A Revival

SANDRA AUBRY AND SÉBASTIEN BOURG I like America and America likes me: A revivial May 29 – August 29, 2014 Opening > THURSDAY, May 29, 6-8 PM ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK   Conservation Report: 101SSPC Material History: This installation gathers the vestige of the Joseph...
Susan Graham: Spiral Landscape

Susan Graham: Spiral Landscape

March 20 – May 23, 2014 Opening: Thursday, March 20, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK Mixed Greens and Projective City are pleased to present an ambitious, site-specific installation by Susan Graham in which an entire wall of the gallery, from floor to ceiling, will...
Brice Brown: I Looked Down, I Realized I Had a Body

Brice Brown: I Looked Down, I Realized I Had a Body

January 09 – March 15, 2014 Opening: Thursday, January 9, 6-8pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK Mixed Greens and Projective City are pleased to present an ambitious, site-specific installation by Brice Brown. Imagine being obsessed with a particular object’s beauty. So entirely consumed, in fact,...
Travis LeRoy Southworth: A fancy machine is the perfect centerpiece

Travis LeRoy Southworth: A fancy machine is the perfect centerpiece

Nov. 14th to Jan. 4th. Opening: Thursday, Nov. 14th, 6pm ParisScope is currently hosted by MIXED GREENS: 531 WEST 26TH STREET, FIRST FLOOR, NEW YORK During a six-month residency in Basel, Switzerland, Travis LeRoy Southworth spent much of  his time investigating the Large Hadron Collider run by the European Organization for Nuclear  Research (CERN). Having...