’60: The Collective’ Art Show at The Walk Way Gallery in Brooklyn

February 20th, 2014 | No Comments

60 the collective, paintings by grant wiggins

On Thursday, March 6, I’ll be showing in Brooklyn, NY, in the one-night group exhibition “60: The Collective.” See the Facebook event invite.

Sixty artists have been invited to display one 12-inch-square work each. A wide range of genres will be represented, including geometric art, neo pop art, street art, and graffiti.

The show will be held at The Walk Way Gallery, located within reBar, at 147 Front Street. Hours are 7 to 10 p.m. An afterparty will follow until 2am.

I sincerely thank artist/co-curator Craig Anthony Miller for inviting me to participate in “60: The Collective,” as well as my longtime friend Patrick Kennedy for facilitating my participation.

This is the second edition of “60: The Collective” curated by Miller and Frankie Velez. The first edition, held last September, was a big hit, with attendance in the hundreds. Plans are already in the works for a third edition in early August.

The painting I will display in the March 6 “60: The Collective” will be a “game-time decision,” so to speak, to be made by the curators. The selection will be made from the following pieces (shown below, clockwise from top left): Lost in Space; The Future, Multiplied by Today; Active Receptor; and Psychoactive Snack.

60 the collective, paintings by grant wiggins

The three paintings not shown on March 6 will be available for private viewing, by request.

If you’re planning on attending, please let me know in the comments section below.


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