Monday, May 3, 2010

Debra Drexler and Liam Davis in Escape from New York

31 Cats and Dogs
, Debra Drexler
[ work on display in Escape From New York]

Drawing and Painting professor, Debra Drexler and MFA alum Liam Davis both have work in the upcoming exhibition Escape From New York, on view from May 15, 2010 to June 19, 2010 in the historic Fabricolor Building in Patterson, N.J.
Curated by Olympia Lambert, Escape From New York will show work of 43 top contemporary artists currently working today, including 2010 Whitney Biennial selectees: The Bruce High Foundation and Kate Gilmore. The exhibition includes artists working in a broad breadth of genres- from painting, to video, photography, installation, sculpture, performance, and social based media art. Opening reception for Escape From New York is May, 15, 2010 3-9 p.m.


  1. This is an excellent show. I got to see it while I was in Debra Drexler's Professional Practices Course. The concept is brilliant - branch out from the New York art scene to new frontiers in order to free ourselves from the cliquishness and close-mindedness that can cause art to get stuck in a rut. All the pieces in this show (beautiful paintings, drawings, powerful installations, photography, etc.) support this concept and work together to transcend what we think of as the stuffy gallery space.

  2. I really like those paints that there are shapes that you can appreciate from other shapes. (shape or figure into other shapes). kamagra is famous with that kind of paints.