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Monday, March 4th, 2013

Zürcher’s “Out of Town” Welcomes Armory Week to New York


Jay Muhlin, Neighbors, from Guilty Pleasures, 2012. Digital c-print, 20 x 24 inches. Courtesy of Vox Populi

Jay Muhlin, Neighbors, from Guilty Pleasures, 2012. Digital c-print, 20 x 24 inches. Courtesy of Vox Populi

Once again serving as prelude to Armory Week in New York City, Zürcher Studio, the Lower East Side satellite of the respected Paris Galerie Zürcher, offers Salon Zürcher.

In previous years this micro art fair has showcased galleries in the neighborhood.  This year, neighborhood goes national in a show of half a dozen regional dealers in a title that wears provincialism on its sleeve: Out of Town.

Zürcher hosts Andrew Rafacz from Chicago, Anthony Greaney from Boston, Gallery Diet from Miami, Heiner Contemporary from Washington DC, Romer Young from San Francisco and the Philadelphia alternative (weekend) gallery, Vox Populi.

A show at Vox Populi, incidentally, was featured an installment, last fall, of artcritical.com’s Review Panel Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Academy.  Among four artists they are bringing to Zürcher is Jay Muhlin in a work that echoes the ethos of the salon in title: “Neighbors,” from his Guilty Pleasures series from 2012.

 

Out of Town runs Tuesday through Saturday, 18 to 8 pm and Sunday, 12 to 5 pm


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One Response to Zürcher’s “Out of Town” Welcomes Armory Week to New York

  1. Piper Brett says:

    Actaully, Vox Populi Gallery is open Wednesday – Sunday 12-6. It is a collective gallery run by artist members and is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this year. For more information please check out the gallery website at Voxpopuligallery.org

    Thanks for mentioning us!

    All my best,
    Piper Brett

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