Stand back and make room for Jessica Sandek at a new gallery in New York City. This is something we haven’t seen before in a city that has seen everything.
P.J.S. Exhibitions Presents “Grandpa’s Attic”
– A Collection of New Works Inspired by Nostalgia –
New York, NY (October 2010) – P.J.S. Exhibitions, an eclectic gallery in New York’s West Village (238 W. 14th between 7th & 8th Ave.), presents Grandpa’s Attic November 11 – December 24th.
Grandpa’s Attic transports patrons back to a time when they may have discovered a place of wonder, awe, fantasy and imagination; akin to an intriguing, long-lost memory of a child hiding out in grandpa’s mysterious, magic-filled attic.
Unlike traditional art exhibits, Grandpa’s Attic is an interactive shopping experience with all artwork and products on display available for purchase. Showcasing a variety of items such as art, guitar straps, skateboard decks, jewelry and furniture, Grandpa’s Attic will feature work by Jamie Bond, Brooklyn Mammal, Jordan!™, Natalia Krasnondebska, Jessica Sandek, Jason Shelowitz and Rachael Becker amongst others.
“We’re really excited about this show,” says Patrick Sullivan, owner of P.J.S. and co-curator of Grandpa’s Attic, “We’ve selected some amazing up-and-coming artists whose work blends seamlessly to invoke those feelings of nostalgia that make us all feel like kids again.”
The exhibit is co-curated by Patrick Sullivan and Bevin Robinson, who recently collaborated on the successful Metanoia exhibit at P.J.S. back in July.
“This show couldn’t have been better timed,” explains Bevin Robinson, “The work will be affordable and available right before the holidays. If a piece reminds you of someone or something, which is what we’re aiming for, you can take home or give it as a gift without typical gallery prices.”
All are invited to come and wander into Grandpa’s Attic this holiday season.
THE GALLERY IS OPEN TUESDAY – SUNDAY 11:00am – 7:00pm
P.J.S. Exhibitions opened its doors May 20th 2010, and will be home to series of exciting exhibits rotating every 45 days with additional shows benefiting non-profit causes. After graduating from Christie’s Educational Program in Modern Art, Connoisseurship and the History of the Art Market, Sullivan has developed a keen eye for admiring and appreciating various media of artist expression. He aims to dedicate his space to being the premier location for displaying the works of exciting, modern, young and avant-garde artists.
For more information regarding P.J.S. Exhibitions or Patrick Sullivan, please contact
Sarah Cirkiel (email@example.com) or Ashton Stronks (firstname.lastname@example.org)
at Pitch Control Public Relations, 212.475.4919
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