128 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002
October 1, 2015
For Immediate Release:
“What’s So Great About REALITY?”
Jefre Harwoods & Kaitlin Martin
October 14 – November 14, 2015
Opening Reception: Wed, October 14, 2015 – 6 – 9 pm
onetwentyeight presents Jefre Harwoods and Kaitlin Martin’s first collaborative exhibition in three years. “What’s So Great About REALITY?” features their latest work as they subject and beautify the difficulty of dealing with…Reality.
Interactive Film “The Painted People Ride Again” Jeanne Wilkinson: Wed, Nov 4, 2015 – 6 pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 1-7 pm, Sunday 1-5 pm, and by appointment
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What’s So Great About Reality? is an art exhibition at featuring New York City
based artists and curators Jefre Harwoods and Kaitlin Martin.
The exhibition at gallery onetwentyeight in the Lower East Side, will open on October 15th and run through November 8th.
Jefre Harwoods will show his latest Headline Collage Poems, the words plucked from the News.
Kaitlin Martin will debut her Google Maps Landscapes, creating myths out of reality.
There will also be scheduled events during the exhibition, including music and performances by guest artists.
Since 2006, Jefre Harwoods & Kaitlin Martin have together curated and produced a number of successful exhibitions and events at gallery ONETWENTYEIGHT.
Exhibitions: Something (2012),e = enigma (2011), rEvolution (2010), IT! – Mutants, Hybrids, Combines, Whatever (2008), Escape to Landscape… & Beyond (2007), Where We Are (2006).
Images from past shows
onetwentyeight is the longest running gallery in the Lower East Side, run by artist, Kazuko Miyamoto in 1986.
Please check out the gallery’s website: galleryonetwentyeight.org
More work by Jefre and Kaitlin can be seen at these links: jefreharwoods.com, kaitlinmartin.com.
What We Need & What You Get
Gallery Rental at ONETWENTYEIGHT $1,800
Advertising for show including, Printed Postcards and Web Placement. $600
Framing for works on paper. $1,000
Administative costs, including a stipend for an intern/assistant and gallery sitters. $1,200
Any money we get above the $4,600 will go towards a limited edition printed catalog of the exhibition, and/or funding for our next project.
If we don’t reach our entire goal, the money we make will first go towards renting the space, then framing, advertising, administrative…in that order.
PERKS include limited edition postcards and prints of work from the exhibition, as well as original & unique pieces by Jefre Harwoods & Kaitlin Martin.
Anyone who donates at least $80 will receive a custom t-shirt by Jefre Harwoods and Kaitlin Martin.
Other Ways You Can Help
If you can’t contribute financially, you can still help by getting the word out about our exhibition through email, word of mouth, by sharing through social media and by using the Indiegogo share tools!
Thank you so much for contributing and/or helping.