The Shape of Things to Come
2/13/18 – 3/30/18
Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, Fifteen Pairs of Mouths, Plaster, steel & wood, 12 x 60 x 12 in
Latchkey Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, The Shape of Things to Come. is inspired by the book with the same title by HG Wells, The Shape of Things to Come explores a spectrum of artistic approaches that assess and reconfigure past and present time, while envisioning a more humanistic global future.
LatchKey Gallery looks to re-imagine the brick and mortar gallery via intimately curated exhibitions, salon series and events by activating empty spaces throughout NYC. LatchKey Gallery is a response to the changing market place and the erosion of the traditional art gallery. It is the brainchild of style curator, Natalie Kates and curator/ galleriest, Amanda L. Uribe. Each with her own distinctive curatorial approach, Kates and Uribe join together to create unique art experiences centered around emerging, under represented artist.
Tamara Johnson, Landscape Painting 1997 -2017, Wood, epoxy putty, plastic, rope, pigmented rubber, latex & oil paint, 45 x 39 x 58 in
Ori Carino & Benjamin Armas, Fire Escape, steel & paint, 12 x 8 x 4 in
installation view: Eric Helvie Untitled (scales) Silkscreen on canvas, 34in X 24in-Eric Helvie, Leviathan, Oil on canvas 34 x 24 in Bottom: Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, Permutations, Plexiglass & LED lights, 4 x 78 x 40 in
Eric Helvie, Untitled (Blue Fleece), Acrylic on fleece, 72 x 48 in
LatchKey Gallery is open by appointment only. Inquiries into our salon series and events please see latchkey-gallery.com.