UNFOUNDED by CALVIN STALVIG

UNFOUNDED by CALVIN STALVIG {0}

JANUARY 27 – FEBRUARY 19 – EXHIBITION – Unfounded is an installation sewn, welded and kept in the Glass House by craftsman/artist Calvin Stalvig, it meditates and contends with a history and home, poverty and being raised as the eldest black son of a family led by two white women. Of the many questions Unfounded asks, […]

THIS ISN’T TRASH by HERVE TULLET

THIS ISN’T TRASH by HERVE TULLET {0}

MARCH 4 – APRIL 15 – EXHIBITION – Wildly imaginative artist Hervé Tullet—known for his beloved children’s book Press Here—presents his first-ever exhibition in New York This Isn’t Trash. He will fill The Invisible Dog Art Center with hundreds of new pieces, some as tall as 8 feet, created at his studio in Harlem and onsite. […]

MATERIAL REMAINS by SPENCER MEROLLA

MATERIAL REMAINS by SPENCER MEROLLA {0}

MARCH 4 – APRIL 15 – EXHIBITION –  Material Remains reimagines the Glass House of The Invisible Dog as a modern day globe de mariée, a decorative object which mingled souvenir and talisman to enshrine the memories, hopes, and dreams for a married couple. Preserved under glass, these keepsakes were treasured family artifacts passed on […]

WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW ABOUT LOVE

WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW ABOUT LOVE {0}

THURSDAY APRIL 27 – 1PM to 10PM – EXHIBITION – WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW ABOUT LOVE  by Mikki Brammer & Wesley Verhoeve –  Love defines us all – the highs and lows of it, the absence of it, the search for it, the way it both nourishes and confounds us. Romantic love, platonic love, paternal love […]

WASSAIC PROJECT WINTER BENEFIT

WASSAIC PROJECT WINTER BENEFIT {0}

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7 – FROM 6 TO 9PM – The Wassaic Project, a 501c3 non-profit organization, exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making and strengthening local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion and creation of contemporary visual and performing art. Purchase tickets HERE or by sending a check […]

ROSEROSEROSE – NICK VON KLEIST

ROSEROSEROSE – NICK VON KLEIST {0}

JANUARY 27 – ROSEROSEROSE is an interactive sound installation that explores trauma, grief, and memory. The work fully activates through audience interaction, in two ways: preparation and submission. Preparation: guests arrange various provided sculptures on a table. These are read by sensors, where their arrangement composes an aural poem of fragmented recorded memories. Submission: one must […]

PERFORMANCE | PORTRAIT by A CANARY TORSI

PERFORMANCE | PORTRAIT by A CANARY TORSI {0}

DECEMBER 3 – 30 and January 5 – 15 – PERFORMANCE | PORTRAIT by A CANARY TORSI – Invisible Dog presents a canary torsi’s new responsive video installation, Performance | Portrait. The work invites each visitor to an encounter with a performer. Grounded in questions of intimacy and connection within the performance experience, four distinguished performers were recorded maintaining their focus on a future audience. LEAD COLLABORATORS […]

WORKTABLE by KATE MCINTOSH

WORKTABLE by KATE MCINTOSH {0}

JANUARY 5-7, 9, from 12pm to 8pm – JANUARY 8 from 12pm to 7pm – LIVE INSTALLATION – Worktable is a live installation that contemplates and completes acts of creation and destruction using every day, domestic objects. Sign up to enter and stay as long as you like. Once inside Worktable, you are given instructions, equipment and safety goggles. It’s […]

WONDERLAND

WONDERLAND {0}

DECEMBER 3 – 30 – EXHIBITION – Once again, Wonderland brings together more than 20 of our favorite artists that you know and love, artists we’ve recently discovered and this year features the video installation PERFORMANCE | PORTRAIT by a canary torsi.  Much like the rabbit hole, there is no telling what you will discover—paintings, photographs, sculptures, […]

THE ALLOTMENT – JJ LIND

THE ALLOTMENT – JJ LIND {0}

NOVEMBER 19 – DECEMBER 17 – EXHIBITION – GLASS HOUSE – THE ALLOTMENT is a mixed-media sculptural installation by JJ Lind composed of dirt, sod, reclaimed wood, clay, and other detritus recovered from his allotted native family homestead in Oklahoma and transported by Lind in a 15-foot cube truck to the Invisible Dog’s Glass House in […]