Joshua Nierodzinski, Studio Update

Joshua Nierodzinski

Vanishing Point
Joshua Nierodzinski and Nataša Prljević
April 30th – May 28th

From Josh: The exhibition encompasses selected work created throughout the past year during our time at Wassaic Artist Residency, 47 Hall St Brooklyn and our shared experiences of multiple transitions as we relocated to New York. Through the intimate sharing of studio space, overlaps between our two practices began to emerge through painting, collage, woodblock prints, and installation.

New artist book: Vanishing Point
Informed by the essays of Velimir Popovic, that give a theoretical and contextual insight into their individual methods and illuminates points in which they merge. This newest publication will be available at the opening for $20 and will be soon available for online purchase on their websites.

Mel Prest, upcoming events
You can see Mel’s work at Chandra Cerrito Contemporary in booth 209, and Galleri Urbane, booth 109.
Kala is a great place– so many classes and opportunities! Mel has donated two small works on paper for their auction and she is in great company: many talented artists you can preview here.
Mel is going back to Wassaic for the month of May, and looking forward to working there. If you are in upstate NY, please stop by to visit her; it’s easy and right off the the Metro North train. Only 3 more hours north and you can stop by to visit the Golden Foundation Residency Barn too! 🙂


Mel has organized an upcoming show at Transmitter, a gallery that she co-runs in Brooklyn. The show, Not Invited, will be on view from May 13 to June 26, 2016. The show includes artists: London Kaye, Niels Post, Victoria Scott​, Emmanuel Sevilla. A ‘zine will be available.
Please contact the gallery for more info

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