The newest exhibition from Quin Arts, “In Bloom,” launches May 10 at the Quin, located at 57th Street and Sixth Avenue. The group exhibition, co-curated by Quin Arts curator DK Johnston and New York-based curator Lori Zimmer, promises a very fresh take on floral-themed works to celebrate spring. Zimmer and Johnston have invited 29 artists to use their signature styles to create floral-themed pieces, for a light, airy and warm exhibition to pair with New
Jon Burgerman takes over Spoke Art for a 3 day pop up featuring new paintings, works on paper, works on wood, and balloons. Curated by Lori
Lori Zimmer and Melissa Mccaig-Welles are pleased to present a solo booth at SCOPE New York by Brooklyn-based photographer, Joanne Leah. The 18th edition of SCOPE New York returns to its Chelsea location at Metropolitan Pavilion. Known for presenting groundbreaking contemporary work, SCOPE New York will welcome 60 international exhibitors at its centrally-located venue. In addition, SCOPE will continue its legacy of critically-acclaimed VIP Programming, with a focused schedule of events, talks and screenings. The
Check out the entire show on Artsy Now her paints are dry… And I looked outside… At the corner boys, yeah… Ayh, oh, where did you go? I don’t know. • Jane’s Addiction Then She Did is a story, a moment, a change, a reflection, a movement forward; a space full of words, images, objects, people and their voices. Then She Did is a personal step of reckoning. It is the scream that is the
Taking a cue from the original Surrealist Ball, the mood will be set with all-encompassing décor that pays homage to Surrealist masters Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali and Man Ray, the perfect scene to compliment the fantastical looks by the evening’s hosts who live life as walking works of art. Nightlife icon and original club kid Kenny Kennywill once again dazzle with his visionary presence, Emperor Vanity Society will be holding official court, Ryan Burke
Wall Works NY is pleased to present The Art of Spray Paint, a group exhibition curated by Lori Zimmer. Zimmer’s recent book of the same name was released in January of this year with Rockport Publishers, and delves into the history and diversity of artists working with spray paint. From the first conceptual experimenters in the 1960s to the graffiti movement and into modernity, the book follows the adoption and adaptation of spray paint by
For the second year in a row, the Roxy Hotel has been transformed into a Surrealist tableau, conceived by Lori Zimmer and Natalie Kates. Inspired by the original Surrealist Ball held by Marie-Hélène de Rothschild at her chateau in 1972, the soiree kicked off with a performance by the legendary David Johansen from the New York Dolls- as his alter ego, Buster Poindexter (concluding in a conga line). A Surrealist atmosphere of mannequin heads, top
OCTOBER 2016: Lori Zimmer is pleased to present “Toonology,” a solo exhibition and New York debut of British painter Ellanah Sadkin. Sadkin uses the markings of cartoons and comic books as a tool to explore the human psyche, unraveling familiar characters as a relatable means to delve into inner emotions, anxiety, struggles and sense of purpose. The pieces range from recognizable to deconstructed abstractions, with well-known characters reduced to energetic lines and bright color fields.