First Look: Snowblind at Klughaus Gallery Opens This Friday
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Here’s a very first look at Snowblind, an exhibition organized by Carnage and Making Deals Zine featuring Martha Cooper and a slew of other photographers’ pictures of New York in the Winter. It’s sure to be a dope show opening this Friday at Klughaus Gallery in Lower Manhattan. Scroll down for a few photos and a snippet from the gallery.
With SNOWBLIND, Klughaus Gallery, in conjunction with Carnage and Making Deals Zine, is proud to present a group of artists who have captured the gritty pleasures of the winter season.
Photographs from renowned urban documentarian Martha Cooper and Carnage zine creator Ray Mock show slush, sludge, and frozen faces contrasted with empty, peaceful city streets and the blinding white of last night’s snowfall. The show also features clever, snow-inspired artwork and photography from Jesse Edwards, Mike P, Alexander Richter, Steven Siegel, Michael Fales, Oscar Arriola, Graham Shimberg and Bob Barry.
The show’s opening reception will mark the launch of issue #2 of Carnage, a limited edition zine featuring the highly distinctive work of New York City’s ATM Crew.
Date: Friday, Feb. 17, 2012
Location: 47 Monroe Street New York, NY 10002