THE WATERING HOLE

The Watering Hole   Opening reception November 2nd. 6-9 PM, 630 Flushing Avenue. 5th Floor.  Exhibition open through November 15th, 2018 by appointment only.   Xingze Li, Monika Monika, Erik Wangsvick, Isabelle Brourman, Brian Napier, Katreen Sorokina, Daniel Barragán, Netta Bar -Zion, Hank Ehrenfried, Mathilde Van Nuffel D'Heynsbroeck   Curated by: Daniel Barragán and Mathilde Van Nuffel D'Heynsbroeck  The Watering Hole is a group exhibition of ceramic works paying homage to the community of creative minds that congregate around a work space and depend on a kiln to finalize their work. Access to pottery kilns outside of the ceramics studio is hard to come by. Much like a watering hole, the community is gathered around the studio and utilizes its shared resource.

The Watering Hole

Opening reception November 2nd.
6-9 PM, 630 Flushing Avenue. 5th Floor.

Exhibition open through November 15th, 2018 by appointment only.

Xingze Li, Monika Monika, Erik Wangsvick, Isabelle Brourman, Brian Napier, Katreen Sorokina, Daniel Barragán, Netta Bar -Zion, Hank Ehrenfried, Mathilde Van Nuffel D'Heynsbroeck

Curated by: Daniel Barragán and Mathilde Van Nuffel D'Heynsbroeck

The Watering Hole is a group exhibition of ceramic works paying homage to the community of creative minds that congregate around a work space and depend on a kiln to finalize their work. Access to pottery kilns outside of the ceramics studio is hard to come by. Much like a watering hole, the community is gathered around the studio and utilizes its shared resource.

 
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Xingze Li

Xingze Li

Mathilde Van Nuffel D’Heynsbroeck

Mathilde Van Nuffel D’Heynsbroeck

 
Isabelle Brourman

Isabelle Brourman

Netta Bar-Zion

Netta Bar-Zion

 
Katreen Sorokina

Katreen Sorokina

Please contact design@danielbarragan.com for a digital catalogue.