tARTs bring you the ‘Summer Salon Show’

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Rabbitholestudio presents “Summer Salon Show,” a group show that features recent work by members of the tART artist collective.

tART is an artist group based in New York City comprised of emerging artists committed to making art. It was founded in 2004 by a group of New York City based female artists whose aims were to create a community for practicing artists, as well as to serve as a post-grad school forum to facilitate a contemporary art dialogue.

The tART collective has grown over the years to more than two dozen members. The group’s members consist of locally and internationally showing artists. tART strives to strengthen the presence of women artists in the public sphere.

The variety of media and visual art disciplines presented in the show include painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, video, performance, mixed media and installation. The work is hung in a traditional floor-to-ceiling Salon style to emphasize the myriad approaches and directions that make up the collective’s overall spirit.

The show runs now to August 1 with an opening reception July 3 from 5-9 p.m. Regular show hours are Wednesday-Friday, 6-8 p.m. The studio is at 33 Washington Street in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn. For more, call 718-852-1500 or visit

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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