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supporting Psyche and Commerce: The Realignment of the Nail–Tree Talisman    

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Sonos Civitatem MMXX is a collaboration of my work with composer, Mariella Cassar–Cordina of Malta, to reimagine NYC post March 20, 2020. Phase I of the 6-week virtual project was made possible through Undercurrent Gallery in Brooklyn, the Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, and the Arts Council of Malta. 

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10001.undercurrent.nyc was co-organized by Undercurrent Gallery in Brooklyn and the European Union National Institutes of Culture’s New York Cluster. Borrowing the zip code from both the Empire State Building and New York City’s Central Post Office, “10001” focuses on the collaboration of strangers and the narrative of their collective creative process using New York City as the linchpin. Coming from a variety of disciplines, 12 EU Artists, who have never met each other will be randomly paired, making up a total of six teams. Through a series of Zoom sessions, each team will spend a six-week period developing a single project that will reimagine NYC post March 20, 2020. 

This project was initiated by the Lithuanian Culture Institute and the Consulate General of Estonia in New York and co-organized by Undercurrent and Arts Council Malta in New York, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, the General Delegation of the Government of Flanders to the USA, and the Polish Cultural Institute New York.

Jason McCoy Gallery: Notes From the Studio - an informal Newsletter that gathers visual information from different artists working around the world.

Jason McCoy Gallery: Notes From the Studio - an informal Newsletter that gathers visual information from different artists working around the world.
May 2020
  
Above are some of the works from the series, 'How Do You Restructure Form?' based on rubbings through the frottage process using huge sheets of red carbon paper.  The surfaces of most prints are worked upon again with mixed media, such as gouache, acrylic, pencil, and ink. 

Drawing Challenge II - April 2020

Jason McCoy Gallery is pleased to present a selection of submissions in answer to our Drawing Challenge II. 

The artworks found by clicking the link above were prompted in response to the following excerpt from WisÅ‚awa Szymborska’s (1923-2012) poem "Maps". We would like to thank Emily Eveleth for drawing our attention to this exceptional Polish poet, who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1996.

...I like maps, because they lie.
Because they give no access to the vicious truth.
Because great-heartedly, good-naturedly
they spread before me a world 
not of this world...


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