Framed Stories: Third Friday in Durham

 
 

“The two main things I’m concerned about are magic and mechanics. The magic is the unknown, unplanned. The mechanics [are] the actual making of the pieces, the materials; coming up with new methods.” Multi media artist Vincent Romaniello at SPECTRE Arts

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Village Drones
Solo Exhibition

Opening Reception: 3rd Friday, November 21, 6-9pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, November 22, 10-11am

SpectreArts
1004 Morning Glory Avenue
Durham, NC 27701
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Interview with Artist Vincent Romaniello
Museum Quality Framing

MQF: Your work often combines 2D - drawing, painting - with 3D - folding cardboard, large sketchbooks. What do you find interesting about working in multiple mediums and dimensions?

VR: I became more involved in creating 3D work for a few reasons. Mainly it was because I like the way that 3D along with 2D work activates a space. I also became more interested in creating immersive environments instead of singular works. In New York in the early 90's I saw quite a few good shows where artists who were known primarily as painters included sculpture in their exhibitions and I really liked what I saw. Of course...

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Lines Drawn
America's artists look beyond the Politics of Red and Blue

Through November 25

Charles Krause Gallery
1300 13th St. NW #105
Washington, DC

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Take Me Home
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Sheboygan, WI
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Above, Baby Drone Art Freshener, 5.75x4.25 inches, digital printing, hand flocked and scented, by Vincent Romaniello




Spatial Intelligence @ Odetta, 229 Cook Street in Brooklyn 
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Ryan Sarah Murphy





Thomas Lendvai

Steven Baris


Steven Baris

Ryan Sarah Murphy




Detail from James Pustorino above


Spatial Intelligence
Recent works by Steven Baris, Thomas Lendvai, Ryan Sarah Murphy and James Pustorino

Through November 9

ODETTA Gallery
229 Cook Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello
The work of Nicola Ginzel with James Croak. She is seated second from right.
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Jack Henry

Jack Henry

Artist Ian Trask

Ian Trask

Ian Trask

Ian Trask work.

Jack Henry

Nicola Ginzel, above and below.



Jack Henry



Totems and Talismans
Transmuting the Sacred

Featuring work by Nicola Ginzel, Ian Trask & Jack Henry.
Curated by Iviva Olenick (statement) & Jenny Douglas.

The Brooklyn Cottage
301 Sterling Place
Brooklyn, NY
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello

Kurt Steger: Meltdown
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Video showing the process



Mari Rantanen & Shingo Francis





Royce Weatherly

Daniel Devlin and Natalia Kempowsky with Susak Press


detail from installation above


ArtHelix
299 Meserole Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
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photographs and video by Vincent Romaniello

Exchange Rates 2014: Theodore Art













Season
Seattle, Washington
and
Blackwater Polytechnic
Essex, UK

Through October 26, 2014

Theodore:Art
56 Bogart Steet
Brooklyn, NY 11206
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photographs by Vincent Romaniello