In selecting the work that appears in “Cause and Affection,” the current show at Lift Trucks Project, Kara Lenkeit, an independent curator, visited about two dozen artists’ studios and galleries throughout the Hudson River Valley and New York City. The resulting exhibition fills the 2,500-square-foot converted factory space here with more than 60 works by Read more about New York Times – A Curator Goes with Her Gut[…]
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.
By BENJAMIN GENOCCHIO Right by the train station in Croton Falls is an old factory______ that once serviced forklifts and trucks. Today it houses artists’ studios and an exhibition space — not so much a gallery as a place where artists and independent curators can put up temporary exhibits. It is called Lift Trucks Project. Read more about The New York Times – A Quirky Marriage of Art and Text[…]
Silk Screen Prints Reopen a Heavy-Equipment Factory, By SUSAN HODARA, New York times Visitors to the exhibition” From a Factory Floor: Screen Print Collaborations by Master Printermaker Gary Linchtenstein” the inaugural show at the new Lift Trucks Project, might be hard-pressed to imagine the place filled with 8,000-pound forklifts. Comprising three artists’ studios and a large exhibition Read more about Gary Lichtenstein: Master Screen Printer at Lift Trucks Project[…]