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Various Artists
Marta & Stanley’s Holiday Fête
Dec. 10 – 17 2021

Various Artists
Marta & Stanley’s Holiday Fête
Dec. 10 – 17 2021

Various Artists
Under / Over (East)
Nov. 13 – Dec. 31 2021

Various Artists
Under / Over (East)
Nov. 13 – Dec. 31 2021

December 10 at Stanley's, 7–10PM
December 11 at Marta, 5–8PM

Marta and Stanley’s cordially invite you and yours to a tandem year-end exhibition / exchange / fête in the happy midst of the holiday season. New bodies of work by Minjae Kim and Bennet Schlesinger occasion a collective and reflective celebration of various works from artists in each gallery’s program. On view at Marta are works by: A History of Frogs, Jason Roberts Dobrin, Ross Hansen, Minjae Kim, Lakes, Magnus Maxine, Alex Reed, Rest Objects, Bennet Schlesinger, George Sherman, Three Sheep, and Tristan Unrau. On view at Stanley's are works by: Erik Benjamins, Omari Douglin, Katharina Höglinger, Keke Jones, Minjae Kim, Lindsey Muscato & Joshua Friedman, Alex Reed, Justine Rivas, Bennet Schlesinger, Tristan Unrau, and Sarah Ann Weber. Proof of vaccination required.

Marta — Opening Sat. Dec. 11, 5 – 8PM
Stanley’s — Opening, Fri. Dec. 10, 7 – 10PM

Nov. 13 – Dec. 31 2021
106 Eldridge Street
New York City

Marta + PlantPaper host Under / Over (East) through the end of the year. A centralized venue in Manhattan’s Chinatown complements auxiliary installations of works at venues, galleries, eateries, and institutions across the city’s five boroughs and beyond. U / O (E) hosts new works from Simone Bodmer-Turner, Sarah Burns, Axelle Dechelette, Joel Evey, Ian Felton, Joey Frank, Miles Huston, Jaye Kim, Minjae Kim, Samuel Marion, Frederik Nystrup-Larsen & Oliver Sundqvist, Eric Oglander, Nifemi Ogunro, Ellen Pong, Isabel Rower, Alan Ruiz, Emily Schubert, John Sohn, Sam Stewart, Brendan Timmins, Ellen Van Dusen, Natalie Weinberger, and Dena Yago.

Marta

Marta is a gallery that hosts works at the meeting points of art and design. Founded in Los Angeles in 2019, the gallery makes space for artists to experiment with the utility of design, and for designers to explore the occasional abandonment of function. Marta’s curatorial and publication programs take interest in both the process of an object’s creation as well the narrative of its creator(s). Marta embraces the intersection of disciplines, advocates for diversity in design, and promotes access to the arts.