Charlie Ruben’s Strange Paradise printed by Conveyor Editions launch and book signing at Printed Matter on Thursday, April 10th from 6 - 8PM.
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Charlie Ruben’s Strange Paradise printed by Conveyor Editions launch and book signing at Printed Matter on Thursday, April 10th from 6 - 8PM.

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A still from ‘Arakimentari’ a film documenting the life and work of photographer of Nobuyoshi Araki which played in the recently taken-down Araki exhibition on Mana Contemporary’s first floor.

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A still from ‘Arakimentari’ a film documenting the life and work of photographer of Nobuyoshi Araki which played in the recently taken-down Araki exhibition on Mana Contemporary’s first floor.

Amina AhmedRoot 12010Charcoal on paper; 30 x 44 in

Amina Ahmed
Root 1
2010

Charcoal on paper; 30 x 44 in

Mana Contemporary requires the efforts of many. On the first floor, next-door to our stellar exhibition galleries, an entire team is hard at work in the business of making crates, works of art in themselves, which accommodate artwork of all shapes and sizes. Delve into the process and meet Mana Contemporary Crate Shop’s master crate-maker, Gene Thompson.

“When you take the artwork out of the box and see how its packed with a lot of thought. Making the box itself is one thing but packing it is quite another art. So, we spend a lot of time developing that art.” - Gene Thompson

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Edmund de WaalFrom Zero, 37 thrown porcelain vessels in white and grey glazes within a white lacquer cabinet lined in plaster43 x 43 x 22.5 cm     Displayed on Mana Contemporary’s sixth floor in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Gallery as a part of Micha Ziprkowski’s collection in the Obsession exhibition.    De Waal’s series, Zero, explores movement and the progression of materialization as fundamentally derived from an expression that defines what is seemingly nothing—‘0’.http://www.edmunddewaal.com/

Edmund de Waal
From Zero, 3
7 thrown porcelain vessels in white and grey glazes within a white lacquer cabinet lined in plaster
43 x 43 x 22.5 cm

     Displayed on Mana Contemporary’s sixth floor in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Gallery as a part of Micha Ziprkowski’s collection in the Obsession exhibition.

    De Waal’s series, Zero, explores movement and the progression of materialization as fundamentally derived from an expression that defines what is seemingly nothing—‘0’.

http://www.edmunddewaal.com/

Want to see what a major art institution looks like while it’s being developed?

Our Jersey City location is rapidly expanding to five adjacent buildings and we are creating a 2 million square foot campus of creativity. The buildings will be injected with some of the most revolutionary arts and cultural projects imaginable. Mana is quickly becoming a hub for innovation and collaboration. Take a look!

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Davina SemoEvery Girl I Ever Loved has Wanted to be Hit 2012Steal29.5 x 36 inchesThis piece is from the collection of Ysabel Pinyol; on view as a part of “Obsession” in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Gallery on the sixth floor at Mana Contemporary.

Davina Semo
Every Girl I Ever Loved has Wanted to be Hit
2012

Steal
29.5 x 36 inches

This piece is from the collection of Ysabel Pinyol; on view as a part of “Obsession” in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Gallery on the sixth floor at Mana Contemporary.

Sight 12012Eugene Lemay

Sight 1
2012
Eugene Lemay


Antonio Murado2013Bargenho das Santas
n1oil paint, canary wood
Antonio Murado works out of a studio on the fifth floor of Mana Contemporary

Antonio Murado
2013
Bargenho das Santas

n1
oil paint, canary wood

Antonio Murado works out of a studio on the fifth floor of Mana Contemporary

Aharon Gluska
Landscape
mixed media - 24 x 24 in
2010From 2x2, The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation Benefit.

Aharon Gluska

Landscape

mixed media - 24 x 24 in

2010

From 2x2, The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation Benefit.

Lili AlmogRevealed #1, from the series Between Presence and Absence, 2012Archival pigment print mounted on wooden box18 x 12 inches / 46 x 30.5 cmEdition of 3
Almog, working out of a studio on Mana Contemporary’s fourth floor, is now showing at the Andrea Meislin Gallery in ‘Perchance to Dream’ until August 9th.

Lili Almog
Revealed #1, from the series Between Presence and Absence, 2012
Archival pigment print mounted on wooden box
18 x 12 inches / 46 x 30.5 cm
Edition of 3

Almog, working out of a studio on Mana Contemporary’s fourth floor, is now showing at the Andrea Meislin Gallery in ‘Perchance to Dream’ until August 9th.

Javier Placido 18932012; graphite on paper. 24” x 24”On display on Mana Contemporary’s fifth floor corridor as a part of the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation Benefit, 2x2.

Javier Placido 
1893
2012; graphite on paper. 24” x 24”

On display on Mana Contemporary’s fifth floor corridor as a part of the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation Benefit, 2x2.

Daniel TurnerUntitled 51502006-2013; bitumen emulsion, transparent vinyl, wood, 17”x 15”x 2”.
Displayed on Mana Contemporary’s sixth floor in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF) Gallery as a part of Ysabel Pinyol’s collection as featured in the Obsession Exhibition. 

Daniel Turner
Untitled 5150
2006-2013; bitumen emulsion, transparent vinyl, wood, 17”x 15”x 2”.

Displayed on Mana Contemporary’s sixth floor in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF) Gallery as a part of Ysabel Pinyol’s collection as featured in the Obsession Exhibition.