Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Montclair State University's MFA Students presents: Don't Look Now

'Don't Look Now' A group exhibition that showcases the work of 13 MFA candidates from
Montclair State University. The interdisciplinary exhibition will offer a variety of works in diverse mediums reflecting the eclectic nature of the artists in the program.
As this exhibition represent the most current ideas of the artists, each work is a potential launch pad for years to come, beyond the final thesis, making this exhibition a living document of the artists' ideas and process.
As some of the artists are not new to the Northern New Jersey art community you may be familiar with them, as they have been
 furthering a career for sometime, while others have undertaken the MFA program immediately after their BFA generating in an eclectic blend of talents.

Participating Artists:
Marc D'Agusto, Haris Ahmad, Katelynn Altgilbers, Gianluca Bianchino, Aimee Hertog, Eliana Iturbe, Jen Keshka, Adrian Lazaro, Michael Manning, Whitney Newson, Anthony Christophe Randon, Kristal Romano, David Sananman

Oct. 15th through November 5th
Reception: Friday October 15th, 6-9pm

585 Broad Street
Newark, NJ 07102

Gallery hours: 
Viewing appointments are welcome 
Thur: 6-9 pm
Fri: 1-4 pm
Sat: 1-4 pm

Friday, August 27, 2010

“Collect This” is an assemblage of works that represent the ideas and boldness of the New Newark.

“Collect This” is an assemblage of works that represent the ideas and boldness of the New Newark. The 239 Collective has collected the seeds of this new perspective. By bringing together unique works from artists who share our mission, we invite patrons to experience the power and possibility of our city. Collect This!

Marc D'Agusto is an "artist who recently joined the Newark art community, Marc draws inspiration for his painting and sculpting from a collection of thoughts and spiritual inklings. He explores themes of creation, destruction and renewal in his art, expressing them through unique layering techniques where he simultaneously builds, peels and scrapes at his work. He seeks to highlight the foundations upon which our world is built, allowing his audience to think beyond the veneers they see each day into the substructures that sustain us. For more information about the artist or to make an appointment to view “Collect This” contact Rebecca Jampol at"