gallery hanahou presents
perceptive artists focus on the new decade
January 21 – February 19
Opening reception (with collaborative live drawing!): January 21, 7-9 pm
gallery hanahou / galleryhanahou.com
611 Broadway, Suite 730, NYC
Everyone knows that 20/20 vision is good, but 20/10 is even better. This January, gallery hanahou is ringing in the new decade with a group show that doesn’t need to squint to see a better future.
“20/10 VISION” will comprise new, original artwork from more than 40 artists – friends of gallery hanahou and artists local to NYC – with the theme of positive visions for the new decade. The works in the show will be reasonably priced so that visitors can afford to start their new year with new art.
In light of the recent tragedy that befell the people of Haiti, gallery hanahou and artists participating in “20/10 VISION” will contribute 20% of all proceeds from this exhibition to disaster relief efforts in Haiti. A collaborative live drawing created by the artists at the January 21st opening will be auctioned off with 100% of the proceeds going to Haiti.
JK5 (Joseph Aloi)
Michael C Hsiung
Misery (Tanja Misery)
Sara Antoinette Martin
the beautiful new klala store opened in tokyo yesterday. i have loved the owner tokio’s online shop for years. he sells our lines & shapes books, sian keegan’s dolls, along with a really amazing collection of vintage ceramics. i recently designed a new logo for klala (you can see it, small, in the top photo). i like to read tokio’s klala blog, even if i can’t read the text! it’s sort of fun to piece together and guess what he is talking about. i only wish i could visit the store in person. it really looks like a dream store.
i was excited to check out shabd’s new spring collection… shabd and mociun have collaborated on a tie dye bikini— which is available for a pre-order special price, until jan. 25th. also, lots of things on sale in the mociun online shop! (the white linen tie front in the bottom left photo is one of my favorite things i own).