Lift Trucks contributes pieces to this seminal exhibit exploring the history of NYC tattooers. Two early drawing by The Bowery artists; Samuel F. O’Reilly and Ed Smith. At the New York Historical Society Museum.
A century of ink: Tattoo exhibit in North Salem Michelle Falkenstein, For The Journal News A review “Of Pirates, Mermaids and True Love: 100 Years of Tattoo Art” (Sept. 21-Nov. 12)” at the Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden
MARGOT MIFFLIN, GUEST CURATOR/ IN ASSOCIATION WITH LIFT TRUCKS PROJECT So, what is the “Tattoo Window of Regret?” By Christopher Murray | 10/07/14 5:45pm Getting your current squeeze’s name needled into your butt when you’ve had a few too margaritas has become a rite of passage for a whole new generation, but it’s also become […]
Pedestrians watch artists work in NYC storefront – By ASSOCIATED PRESSNEW YORK (AP) – Two painters are temporarily working out of an empty storefront at the landmark Brill Building, allowing thousands of passing pedestrians to watch them create scenes of Times Square.Andy Hammerstein and Tom Christopher are painting each weekday until July 17. The artists, who […]
Fundraiser for Andrea Rendo. An evening of food, drink, music and art. Carl van Brunt’s Triple Zero digital sculpture was on display at the Drive By Gallery as an Italian wine tasting hosted by Front Street Cellar underwent. Charles Compo’s band The Dream Logic jammed out.
Exhibit centered around vintage and antique tattoo flash from famous artist. Sept 24 2012. See all the Tattoo art from this exhibit at Lift Trucks Project. Curator’s Statement by Pamela Hart In the world of classic tattoo art, before the image was marked on the body, there was the flash. These bold iconic designs were […]
The Unknowing Hand, A Story of Autism and Artistry Croton Falls, NY. September 25, 2010. This exhibit illustrated the remarkable relationship between Darren Murray, a nonverbal teen with ASD, and his special-ed art teacher John Michaels, during two years of intensive work and an ongoing period of development in Murray’s art-making. In a series of […]
The Photography Exhibit: “Wonders of Westchester” was an incredible success with a great turnout of photographers and photo fans. See photos below. Click on the image below to advance the slideshow. For more info call Bobbe Stultz at Westchester Land Trust 914.241.6346 x22. See photos of opening.
CROTON FALLS, NY — Up to 20 up-and-coming artists observed over a significant period by independent curator Kara Lenkeit will be exhibiting at Lift Trucks Project in the Northern Westchester town of Croton Falls beginning June 12th. Figurative and abstract works, wide-ranging and experimental in their approach to drawing and painting, installation and sculpture, will […]
“Do something,” Jasper Johns admonished artists. Take a dream or a flag or a color and “do something to that,” Johns said, again and again. So artists get ideas from the world around them, from experience and memory. And even from other artists. A visual work of art can inspire a writer, for instance. Using […]