Armory Arts Week: EFA OPEN HOUSE 2017
Open Studios, Exhibitions, Printmaking Workshop

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
5:00 - 9:00 pm

FREE, no RSVP required 323 W. 39th Street (btwn 8th & 9th Ave.)

As part of Armory Arts Week, we invite you to view over 50 artists working in open studios, visit the EFA Project Space, and take a tour of EFA's Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop on Tuesday, February 28th from 5:00 - 9:00 pm. EFA Center is located at 323 West 39th Street, between 8th and 9th avenues. EFA Studio Member Artists work in a wide range of media and artistic sensibilities, creating a vibrant and diverse community of peers under one roof. Artists on floors 3 - 10 will welcome guests to explore and interact with their artwork.

For more information about Armory Arts Week, click HERE


Arnie Lee
Joyce Y. Lee
Patricia Leighton
JC Lenochan
Jeanette May
Zahra Nazari
Morgan O’Hara
Thomas Pihl
Maria Rapicavoli
Javier Romero
Audrey Ryan
Maggie Simonelli
Karina Skvirsky
Suzanne Song
Xin Song
Eric Starosielski
Steed Taylor
Houben Tcherkelov
Dannielle Tegeder
Denise Treizman
Liselot van der Heijden
Bryan Whitney
Jo Yarrington

Rashwan Abdelbaki
Maria Berrio
Patty Cateura
Baoyang Chen
Susan Chen
Heejung Cho
Cecile Chong
Clare Churchouse
Vicky Colombet
Katherine Daniels
Michael Eade
Sally Egbert
Patricia Fabricant
Angela Fraleigh
David Frieberg
Beth Ganz
Lauren Gohara
Del Geist
YoungGi Han
Amir Hariri
Amy Hill
Edgar Jerins
Richard Jochum
Tamiko Kawata
Noah Klersfeld
Greg Kwiatek

RBPMW 20|20 Gallery
What did I expect to find?: Freya Powell and Shanjana Mahmud
5th Floor

Open to the public: 5pm - 9pm
February 28 - March 26, 2017

Radio silence and real estate took Freya Powell and Shanjana Mahmud to the desert. Powell traveled to La Zona del Silencio in Northern Mexico, a vortex of magnetic waves that are said to have caused a U.S. Athena Missile to crash. Mahmud traveled to New Mexico to look at a property for sale, a few acres of land with a double wide, a greenhouse, and a flatbed truck. Both trips led to video projects as well as these fragments in digital prints, silkscreens, sculptures, and risographs.