September 14, 2016

Celebrating Our 2nd Anniversary of Thangka Classes

This month we celebrate two years of a successful program in Buddhist and Tibetan art, lead by Sonam Rinzin. There will be an exhibition (TBA), and we have produced a beautiful ten-page catalog. For this catalog we are asking for a $12 donation, to help with printing and other costs of running our day-long Saturday classes. You can order the catalog at our store, and shipping is free worldwide. And we'll send you a pdf as well by email, as soon as you order. Your support of this program is greatly appreciated. Namaste.

Check out the Thangka Exhibition Homepage.

A Wonderful Article from Hudson Valley Native Sky (11.16.16)

August 19, 2016

Luna Ranjit Awarded Grinnel Prize

Luna Ranjit (right) with (L-R) Eva Schicker, Luna's husband,
and Brinda Rai in front of paintings by Alkemikal Soshu at the gallery last year.

Luna Ranjit, the cofounder and executive director of Adhikaar, an organization working for the Nepali community in New York, has won the $100,000 Grinnell College Innovator for Social Justice Prize. Ranjit will split the prize with her organization. Luna is a friend of the gallery, and we are thrilled and proud of her well-deserved success. Read the news in the Kathmandu Post.

July 20, 2016

Ebon Fisher Interviewed on Yale Radio

This screen grab shows a schematic of the AlulA Dimension, which was also constructed in "real space" at Nerve Circle Studios on Grand Street, Williamsburg, in the 1990s. The AlulA Dimension on the Web in VRML 3D, which allows the user to explore the architecture of AlulA. Web programming by Larry Rosenthal and Alex Shamson.
Architecture by Ebon Fisher.

Brainard Carey of Yale Radio talks with Immersive pioneer Ebon Fisher about Immersionist culture, memes, and media organisms, starting with Fisher's early work at the MIT Media Lab, and leading up to his role in Immersionism in Williamsburg in the 90s, and beyond. The discussion is about Fisher's work, but it loops around all kinds of interesting developments in Brooklyn back in the day.