Invisible-Exports

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Invisible-Exports is a contemporary art gallery located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York. It is co-owned and directed by Risa Needleman and Benjamin Tischer[1] and recognized for housing provocative and controversial exhibitions.[2] The gallery represents a small roster of influential avant-garde artists, including iconic artist Genesis P-Orridge.[2] The gallery is part of a network of galleries in the LES, referred to as a "gallery district."

The gallery participates in "Third Thursdays", an initiative instituted by the LES Business Improvement District that seeks to elevate interest in the area by encouraging galleries to stay open until 9pm on the third Thursday of every month.[3]

Represented artists[edit]

Projects and additional works[edit]

Outside view of gallery on Orchard Street, photo by Walt Cassidy

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 2011 – The Undefeated, Matthew Porter
  • 2011 – Generally, Paul Gabrielli
  • 2011 – Moving Image, Breyer P-Orridge
  • 2010 – NADA Art Fair, Breyer P-Orridge
  • 2010 – EAB Fair, Lucas Ajemian and Julien Bismuth
  • 2010 – Believe You Me, Mickey Smith
  • 2010 – Watermill Center, Breyer P-Orridge
  • 2010 – Revolution! (SmartSpaces), Lisa Kirk
  • 2010 – The Protective Motif, Walt Cassidy
  • 2010 – Volta NY, Mickey Smith
  • 2010 – Les Tristes, Lucas Ajemian and Julien Bismuth
  • 2009 – NADA Art Fair, Paul Gabrielli
  • 2009 – Sometimes When We Touch, Stephen Irwin
  • 2009 – 30 Years of Being Cut Up, Genesis P-Orridge
  • 2009 – Rape New York, Jana Leo
  • 2009 – The Only Way Out is Through, Michael Bilsborough
  • 2009 – House of Cards, Lisa Kirk
  • 2009 – Closer Than That, Paul Gabrielli
  • 2008 – You People, Mickey Smith

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact". Invisible-Exports. July 7, 2011. http://www.invisible-exports.com/contact.html[dead link]
  2. ^ a b Litvak, Ed. "Third Thursdays—Featured Gallery: Invisible Exports" 14a Orchard Street. The Lo-Down: News From The Lower East Side March 15, 2011. Arts. July 7, 2011. http://www.thelodownny.com/leslog/2011/03/third-thursdays-featured-gallery-invisible-exports.html
  3. ^ "Third Thursdays" LES: Lower East Side NY. Events. July 7, 2011. http://www.lowereastsideny.com/events/third-thursdays[dead link]

External links[edit]

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