Showcasing today's artistic talent through curated pop-up exhibitions in NYC

The Peanut Gallery

Showcasing today's artistic talent through curated pop-up exhibitions in NYC


POP UP EXHIBITIONS

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240 East 4th Street, New York City

April 7-17, 2017

Carlos Aires, Eugenio Merino, Mary Mihelic, Marilyn Minter, Matt Starr, thrashbird, Pete Voelker, Ernest Withers and t.Rutt

 

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The Art Newspaper

 


'Comments from the Peanut Gallery'


"REACT, a pop-up exhibition organised by The Peanut Gallery at 240 East 4th Street in New York (until 17 April), features works that respond to pressing social and political issues, from immigration to economic justice to Trump. "

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Arte Fuse

 

 

REACT: The Peanut Gallery


"REACT is The Peanut Gallery’s first exhibit, and curator Jackie Dreier did a masterful job at pulling together an eclectic mix of mediums to convey a message."

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The Telluride Daily Planet

 

 

“I believe it is very important, particularly in this political climate and with threats to de-fund the NEA that galleries support, protect and advocate for an artists’ right to freedom of expression,” said the gallery’s director, Jackie Dreier. “REACT is not just about what these artists are saying; it’s about their right to say it.”

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Artemporary

 

 

How Important Is Art As A Form of Protest?

"Within this current heated political climate, the newly launched Peanut Gallery is about to present REACT, a pop-up exhibition featuring painting, video, photography, sculpture, street art, and mixed-media works by eight inspiring artists reacting to some of the vexing issues that underlie US social and political divisiveness