La Galleria: Power Play

October 25 - November 17, 2018

La MaMa Galleria | 47 Great Jones St.

Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday 1 to 7PM, or by appointment

Free Admission

Curated by Roberto Juarez
Opening Reception: Thurs, October 25th | 5pm-8pm

In Power Play, Charlotte Becket and Mary-Ann Monforton offer an exhibition of two women sculptors who pose two very different approaches to examining the human condition and questioning the status quo. Musing on expectation and futility, banality, and pathos is at play, as well as a healthy dose of humor. 

 

Free Event: “Secret Journey, Power Play"

Saturday, November 3
& Sunday, November 4th
at 1:30pm-2:30pm

Featuring a dance/music performance
Dance/Monologue by Yoshiko Chuma
Music by Devin Brahja Waldman
Free Admission
Secret Journey examines stories about oppression, marginalization, prejudice and profiling from around the globe.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Yoshiko Chuma has been carrying the company The School of Hard Knocks since 1980 over the borders 60 different countries .
Devin Brahja Waldman is a New York multi-instrumentalist and composer. He has collaborated with his aunt Anne Waldman since the age of ten. Standout performances have been alongside William Parker, Patti Smith, Heroes Are Gang Leaders, Malcolm Mooney, Thurston Moore, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Land of Kush, Nadah El Shazly and Yoshiko Chuma. Waldman was nominated for the 2018 American Academy of Arts and Letters composer's award.

Free Closing Event: Artist Talk Back & Discussion

Sunday, November 18
at 3:00PM

Join us for an artist talk with Mary-Ann and Charlotte
Mediated by Roberto Juarez

About La MaMa Galleria

Founded in 1984, La MaMa La Galleria is a nonprofit gallery committed to nurturing artistic experimentation. La Galleria serves its neighborhood as a venue that encourages an active dialogue between the visual arts, new media, performance, curatorial and educational projects. Its focus is to offer programming that reaches beyond the expectations of traditional gallery and institutional exhibition-making, to a diverse and intergenerational audience. And as a non-profit, La Galleria is able to provide artists and curators with unique exhibition opportunities that are largely out of reach in a commercial gallery setting.
Find out more about La MaMa Galleria!