The new pop-up exhibition, planned and launched by five international exhibition designers, seeks to explore the idea that all forms of love are equal and should not be criticized by others.
Martha Naranjo Sandoval will be showing a piece on love and touch specially made for the show.
The annual group show at Flux Factory presents sculptural installations, photography, text and video by current and former fluxers. This years theme is born from an underlying theory of Flux, that here one can be, make, think, feel, become anything and where each work carries its own definition and concept of the celebrated flux philosophy.
Brooklyn Collage Collective & Con Artist Collective teamed up to publish a small publication of 10 outstanding collage artists from each group. The pieces from the book will be displaying their work for the book release show on Wed. March 28th at 119 Ludlow St. NYC.
Showing an iteration of How this Has to be Told.
For this year’s Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) Martha Naranjo Sandoval will be taking over FluxFactory’s gallery to build and present an ofrenda. Ofrendas are altars in which Mexicans remember our deceased loved ones. This ofrenda will be different from the traditional form, as it will be interpreted through Martha Naranjo Sandoval’s art practice.
Soft Launch for After the Fact,