POSE | “BOLD NOTION” at CORE CLUB, NYC

March 10 2015 . 07:41pm

CORE: club
66 East 55th Street
New York, NY 10022

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For more information visit: www.hellopose.com

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Revok and Pose | Houston/Bowery Wall

July 04 2013 . 04:08am

Over the past week REVOK and POSE joined one another in creating a piece for the well known Bowery Wall.

Find out more by Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo on The Huffington Post HERE.

Photos by: Jaime Rojo

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Chad Muska | 01.08.2011

January 07 2011 . 05:44am

 

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AGENDA NYC starts Monday

July 16 2010 . 04:00pm

Find out more at: www.agendashow.com/nyc

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ERIC HAZE | Abstracts and Icons

November 17 2009 . 05:42pm

Eric Haze announces New Abstracts and Icons, a major solo exhibition in New York City of new paintings, drawings, and sculpture. It is the artist’s largest exhibition to date.

Deeply rooted in the graphic arts, Haze has established a vocabulary of personal symbolism with a repertoire representing departures of an abstract and minimalist nature. For New Abstracts and Icons Haze recontextualizes the aesthetic congruences of geometry, symmetry, and repetition through his iconographic lens. "This show represents a clear window into the process I have dedicated myself to over the last three years, with a deeper exploration of the minimalist and pop styles that have always informed my work,” says Haze.

Recognized worldwide for more than three decades for his design work and artistic productions in a multitude of mediums, the 21st century has seen Haze return to his fine art roots. His work in acrylic, ink and charcoal culminated with a solo exhibition in 2008 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Hong Kong.

In New Abstracts and Icons, bold iconography and his natural line quality are free of any predictable design or past imagery. Haze is intent to convey his overall message in the purest and most organic terms possible through the combination of stark color contrasts and clean lines. The result is an overtly minimalist composition. The viewer does not have to sift through metaphors and signifiers; instead, Haze bravely reveals his personality and identity in stripped down, simple form. Through these new works chaos is calmed and harmony is nurtured.

New Abstracts and Icons will be the first event held at Level 2, a newly built-to-suit 2500-square foot gallery space on 812 Broadway and 11th Street. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at the opening reception with world class DJs A-Trak and Neil Armstrong providing the audio.  The public opening runs from 8-10 pm. Exhibition hours will be 12-6 pm, Monday through Friday, and 1-7 pm, Saturday and Sunday.

More background on Eric Haze, plus extensive archives of his past works can also be seen at: www.interhaze.com.

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