The suggestive objects that make up Andrew Clark’s “Prone”, explore the fallacy of gender roles and masculinity. Androgynous forms mimic the human anatomy and grapple with the conflict of the artist’s own identity. A cutting but clean confrontation of the sexual body, queerness and erotic ambiguity. “Prone” is made up of 16 works employing glass, steel, wax, wood, rubber, fiber, video and performance.
We are pleased to present BED SHOW, a 3-day exhibition at Ghost Gallery. This group show
features all new work centered around sleep, and the objects, rituals, and behaviors that
accompany it. For BED SHOW, artists are asked to create their concept of a bed or sleeping
Danny Cole is an 18 year old artist based in New York City. Though new to the art world, his paintings have been featured at MoMA PS1 and he’s received write-ups in Milk.xyz, VFILES and Vice. In 2018 he was commissioned by the popular rock band Portugal. The Man to design the visuals for their stage show and has since joined their team as Creative Director.
Queen Black America is an installation across many mediums, employing photography, digital art, video, sculptural pieces, poetry and music. The piece creates a dream state fantasy world that transports the audience inside the artist’s belly to feel, alongside him, the struggle to create and overcome. The study began with photography as Cha’ves struggled with depression in his Harlem apartment. He imagined spinning around in a field, trying to do whatever he could to get a glimpse of himself.
Ghost is pleased to announce 'This Is Not A...', a group show featuring Polly Pollet, Melodie Parrault and Porous Walker. The show will consist of an array of erotic drawings and installations. RSVP on the next page.
Ghost Gallery is pleased to announce Unclean Animals, a solo exhibition by Virginia based artist, Alison Stinely. The works in the show blur the line between paintings and sculptures and investigate personal guiding mythologies. Traditional symbolism mixes with private imagery to illustrate the ways that Stinely has adopted unreasonable belief systems.
Ghost is pleased to host the launch of Spicy Magazine on February 10th, 2018 at 8pm.
Spicy, created in August 2017, is an online zine and creative collective comprised of women and nonbinary people of color. The magazine's mission is to create a platform empowering women and nonbinary people of color to write, create, express, debate, learn, and ultimately decolonize the media - a space that doesn’t always include them.
Ghost Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of painting, sculpture, and installation by Roberto
Márquez, Fernando Pintado, and Jonathan Torres. The exhibition will feature recent works by the artists,
presented in the unique two-story exhibition space at Ghost.
Ghost Gallery & Little Beast Present
LOVE: A Collaborative Evening with installation and video artist, Amanda Justice, and passionate print magazine, PINE
Live storytelling, art exhibition, readings and drinks.
Sunday, January 14th, 7-10pm | 893 Bergen Street, Unit 7
Ghost is pleased to announce The Grocery Vol. 1, an artist and designer marketplace and music showcase. The market will start at 2pm and run to 8pm, followed by an afterparty with performances by by @homme.boy @thejeanlucmusic and @whatjordanraps from 8pm to midnight. Free before 9pm with RSVP. $5 w/o or after 9pm.
This project will recreate a psychedelic experiment straight out of the Summer of Love through the replication of associated visual and sonic elements. This ‘visual replication’ will primarily take the form of linescapes, intense and vibrant colors, and some of the kitchy imagery associated with 70’s psychedelia.
If Atlanta hasn’t already been crowned the goldmine of fresh new hip hop, consider King J’s rise the city’s official christening: with a debut EP focusing on “everyday shit” (thought it’s anything but ordinary), titled My Favorite Things, and a degree in the works from NYC‘s own Columbia University, this rapper is putting his stake in the ground as yet another lyrical genius in the making. And as for that debut EP, he credits many, many folks with its creation; friends, family, and experiences (both personal and universal) played a role in its emergence.
Ghost Gallery is proud to announce 'Fever Dream', a photo presentation by Joseph Gonzales aka Steaze The Alien. Gonzales was born and raised in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, and began taking photos of the underground music and fashion scene in New York City's Lower East Side in 2013. 'Fever Dream' is a series of portraits highlighting a range of young creatives in the underground scene.
FagMass is a new collective comprised of Rick Marcello and Cha'ves Jamall with the goal of showcasing queer artists and musicians in a curated artistic and thematic manner. Their music, performance, and visual art showcase, PINKS, p.1, will be at Ghost Gallery on September, 24th, 2017. The event explores shades of queerness and the construction of identity- the crossroads between authenticity and fabrication.