Nothing Twice

March 10, 2017-March 26, 2017

Seven women are featured in this group show with works by Julia Von Eichel, Helen O’Leary, Leah Tacha, Nancy Baker, Jaynie Crimmins, Christina Massey, and Etty Yaniv, curated by Etty Yaniv

March 10, 2017-March 26, 2017, All Day

Hosted by Etty Yaniv at John Doe

Opening Night March 10, 6-9pm

The seven female artists in Nothing Twice are preoccupied with ephemeral materials. Their reliefs, paintings, and sculptures are characterized by a relentless sense of transience, toeing the line between the chaotic and the orderly. These works engage with the viewers by placing them in a meditative space located at the precipice where disorder and imperfection meet beauty. The viewers are enticed to approach the playful and tactile forms —recycled materials, interwoven, stacked, sewn—an embrace of fallibility and chance. These traits have been pivotal in 20th century art, largely explored and driven by the work of women like Louise Bourgeois, Eva Hesse and Marisa Merz.

Runs through March 26th

Regular Hours: Friday to Sunday 11:00am – 6:00pm

Featuring:
Nancy BakerJaynie CrimminsChristina MasseyHelen O’LearyJulia von EichelLeah TachaEtty Yaniv

Curated by Etty Yaniv

Photo by Helen O’Leary

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Etty Yaniv works on her art and art writing in Brooklyn. She holds BA in Psychology and English Literature from Tel Aviv University, BFA from Parsons School of Design, and MFA from SUNY Purchase. In her installation work She is integrating mediums such as drawing, photography and painting to form three dimensional immersive environments.