This October we spent some time in the Catskills and one of the fun discoveries was the Assembly in Monticello, NY. The space originally a Buick dealership has been transformed to an art gallery by artist Bosco Sodi.
For the first exhibition Bosco asked a group of artists from mostly Mexico to “give us your retired, your stashed-away masses yearning to be seen”
Paula Cortazar work on different stone was fascinating! Inviting to stay a bit longer and follow the intricate designs.
Eduardo Sarabia – loved his work which reminded in it’s usage of political statements on ceramics of Grayson Perry‘s work.
The little statue is by Gonzalo Lebrija – basically showing how I feel every day :)
This is also by him:
Bosco Sodi‘s art
Tania Candiani created this sound installation:
Ugo Rondinone showed a couple of those stone faces – the instagram page makes me want to see even more of the work!