From Thursday March 13 till March 15, chashama 266 will be host to an internationally represented (artists from USA, Germany, Australia, Switzerland and Poland) art event by the Berlin-based project SUPERUSCHI, which creates “intimate spaces of encounter and dialogue for artists working at the intersections of disciplines, traditions, and spaces.” This is their first venture in NYC, and it sounds awesome.
The event is described thus:
How do you love life? For artist and curator Jonny Star, the question - let alone the answer - is never stable. After all, our ideas of what constitutes love and life are deeply personal and exist in a constant and necessary state of flux. In her upcoming show under the title “du weißt, ich liebe das Leben” (You Know, I Love Life) Star insists solely that these two concepts, these two experiences - love and life - inform and shape each other. To live is to love and to love is to live. The details are the stuff of art. And the artists in Star’s dynamically curated show offer no shortage of dazzling, puzzling, and delightful details to that effect.
[…] Prior SUPERUSCHI events have taken place in private homes and galleries in Berlin. […] Artists such as (among others) Hannah Bertram, Lauren Drescher, Katy Gunn, Macklin Kowal, Honey McMoney and Elke Graalfs are joining forces at the gallery chashama 266 in New York City, where the creative approach will definitely be no less private. The concept of a SUPERUSCHI show is to not just simply bring together international artists, but to also use the given location as a platform for simultaneous projection and presentation of various disciplines like drawing, painting, photography, video and performance art. - Come on and be part of the Happening!
Entrance is free, but donations are welcome to support the art project SUPERUSCHI. Bring your own drinks!
So, no free booze, but I think free art is even more intoxicating anyway!
Visit SUPERUSCHI’s website for more information about the crazy things they’ve done
Visit chashama’s website to find out more about their public art spaces