Opening: Sunday, July 21st, from 4 – 8pm
Critique and discussion on the works on view: Tuesday, July 23rd, from 8 – 10pm
This summer, Tompkins Projects has forgone a traditional summer group show, and will be instead holding what we’ve coined the “Summer Smoker Series” – a set of Sunday afternoon barbecues in which we highlight 2 artists’ work in the gallery. The Smoker Series functions as something less than an exhibition, but more than a studio visit; the intention being to allow artists to show work in a more experimental state than they might be comfortable showing in an official exhibition.
The first event will feature artwork by Lee Lee Chan and Anne Vieux. Lee Lee recieved her BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago in 2006. She received an MFA in painting in 2009. Anne received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and received an MFA from Cranbrook last spring.
This Sunday, July 21st, we will be having an opening reception and barbecue from 4 to 8pm. The Tuesday following the Sunday BBQ/Reception, a more formal discussion and critique of the artworks will occur. More information about these, and all of our events can be found on the Tompkins Projects Facebook Page.
TOMPKINS PROJECTS is a contemporary art gallery showcasing compelling work by emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery is located near the G and JMZ trains as well as the B54 and B43 bus lines. It is street level and handicap-accessible. In addition to the gallery’s normal viewing hours, the gallery is open by appointment and also lit and visable from the street daily until 10pm. Tompkins Projects is located in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, and was founded by artists Milton F Stevenson V and Jeanne Jo in 2009.
For additional information, or to set up a viewing outside of our normal hours, please see www.tompkinsprojects.com or contact Director Milton Stevenson at firstname.lastname@example.org.