Past/Foward - A group exhibition.

Yesterday, the Afromysterics team started setting up paintings for the PAST/FORWARD exhibition  at Amos Eno Gallery which will be on view from January 30th through March 2nd, 2014, with an opening reception from 6 to 9PM on Friday, February 7th. 

The exhibition promises to be an exciting event because besides Laolu's work, other artists will have their work on display too, this includes work from artists like Ian Trask, who works with Slides and other mixed media to create spectacular images. other featured artists will be sun Young Seo and Matt Whitman. it smacks of excitement and creativity and because of the diversity of the art styles, it will be more than a feast for the eyes, but will be an experience that will engage all five senses, and maybe even the elusive sixth sense.

 

Laolu Senbanjo with Amos Eno Gallery Director, Hilary R. Whitham after hanging up Masquerade. 

Laolu Senbanjo with Amos Eno Gallery Director, Hilary R. Whitham after hanging up Masquerade. 

Founded in 1974, Amos Eno Gallery is one of New York City’s longest operating artist cooperative spaces. Amos Eno Gallery provides a full and active season of exhibits by emerging and mid-career visual artists, complemented by a diverse and challenging series of performances as well as distinctive educational and public programs for the arts community of its neighborhood and the greater metropolitan New York area. All work will be for sale. Artists retain seventy percent of sales. The remaining thirty percent supports Amos Eno Gallery’s programming, and our mission to provide a platform for emerging local artists, giving precedence to artistic expression freed from commercial restraints. 

Amos Eno Gallery is located in Suite 120 at The Loom, 1087 Flushing Avenue, in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. Gallery hours: Thursday through Sunday from 12 to 6PM.