Jason Alexander
formerly @ 91 Canal Street
now a roving curatorial project.
info@jasonalexander.biz

-->Now:

Pinot Noir @ Tomorrow Gallery


Past Exhibitions:

Ten Ten @ Jason Alexander

 

 

Jason Alexander presents:
TEN TEN
an exhibition of 17 New York based artists
March 9 – March 30th, 2012
gallery opening: March 9th, 6-9 PM

Dena Yago Ben Schumacher Darren Bader
Asher Penn Debo Eilers Valerie Keane
Dominic Nurre Alisa Baremboym Jared Madere
Jason Lee Torey Thornton Andrei Koschmieder
Peter Demos Ryan Foerster Sebastian Black
Jeffrey Joyal Bradley Kronz

 

 

The early history of the sewing machine was a contentious one. In the beginning of the nineteenth century, three different inventors simultaneously came up with designs. One died young and penniless after pouring his entire lifesavings into a prototype. Another started a factory only to have it destroyed by angry French tailors afraid of his invention. A third produced no working model, despite being the first patent-holder.

Ten Ten is the name of a closed sewing machine repair shop in Chinatown.

Curated by Jason Lee and Alexander Shulan

Press Release

Show Images and Artist pdf

 

 

 

 

 

Bradley Kronz, Untitled
Rope, wax, colored pencil, artistʼs custom frame

Bradley Kronz, Untitled
Rope, wax, colored pencil, artistʼs custom frame

Debo Eilers, Lostcom
Mixed media

Dena Yago, Kiss
Digital C-Print


Top:
Sebastian Black, Untitled with Period
Sticker and pencil on dibond

Bottom:
Sebastian Black, Former Desk
Wood

Jason Lee, Untitled
Acrylic, inkjet and henna on canva

Jared Madere, Chuckypenny beach
Digital video


Asher Penn, Banana Question # 3
Framed inkjet print X 10

Ben Schumacher, Untitled
Glass, aluminum, steel, inket on perforated vinyl, paper, and rubber

Ben Schumacher, Untitled (Detail)
Glass, aluminum, steel, inket on perforated vinyl, paper, and rubber

 

Jared Madere, Chuckypenny loses his cool
Wood, inkjet prints, shower curtains, caulk, staples

Peter Demos, Untitled (5)
Acrylic on dyed canvas

 

Darren Bader, Santa

Darren Bader, Chew Toy

 

Jason Lee, Untitled
Acrylic, inkjet, and henna on canvas

 


Left:
Dominic Nurre, All the recently formed large scale groupings
Chain, leather, springs, fruit, Jeremy Scott Adidas Originals sneaker, aluminum rod

Right:
Alisa Baremboym, Still Life 6
Archival pigment inks on silk with cotton backing

Alisa Baremboym, Still Life 5
Archival pigment inks on silk with cotton backing

 

Andrei Koschmieder, Untitled
Paper, inkjet dye, epoxy


Ryan Foerster, Window Bars 2012
Dual c-print photograms, toned silver, 11 X 14" each

Jared Madere, Joey Arvatz Pineapple
Pineapple, Inkjet Print, Chains, Locks

Jared Madere, Joey Arvatz Pineapple
Pineapple, Inkjet Print, Chains, Locks

Ben Schumacher, Pen
Perforated vinyl, Latex Paint

Ryan Foerster, Fruit Bomb 2011 Compost 2011
c-print

Jared Madere, Joey Arvatz Pineapple
Pineapple, Inkjet Print, Chains, Locks

 


Valerie Keane, Untitled
Wood, lettering enamel, lacquer

 

 

Debo Eilers, Bucktick
Mixed media

Dena Yago the yellow apple: Head in a basket
Digital C-print

Dena Yago, the red apple: The Billfold
Digital C-print

Dena Yago, pear: Walkway
Digital C-print

Torey Thornton, Untitled
Oil paint on wood


Bradley Kronz, Untitled
wax, colored pencil, acrylic, artistʼs custom frame

 

 

 


Ryan Foerster, after the garden is done
Printing plate photogram negative; aluminum and photo emulsio


Dominic Nurre, Instructional Video: figurative sculpture; oppositional coupling
Turtle shell, watermelon chewing gum, porsche 911 seat


Sebastian Black, QQ
Enamel on engraved dibon