Etty Yaniv: Perpetual Roads
at Space 776 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
16 August-1 September 2019
Etty Yaniv says about this body of work:
“The body of work in ‘Perpetual Roads’ explores how we process diurnal time and how we translate patterns that recur daily into painterly forms. While alluding to urgent global issues related to the fragility of our Eco system, the viewer is placed between the real and the imagined, where the layered fragments are like coded messages or excavated memories which present new clues.”
Etty Yaniv works on her art, art writing, and curatorial projects in Brooklyn. Her work includes immersive dimensional installations which merge photography, drawing, and painting. She has exhibited her work in solo and group shows at galleries and museums nationally and internationally, including The Haifa Museum of Art, Israel; State Silk Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia; Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; Monmouth Museum of Art, New Jersey; Torrance Art Museum, California; AIR gallery, Brooklyn; Long Island University, Brooklyn; The Sheen Center, New York City; Purdue University, Indiana; Musée Héritage, St. Albert, Alberta; Zero1 Biennial in San Francisco; and Leipziger Baumwollspinnerie, Leipzig, Germany.
She holds BA in Psychology and English Literature from Tel Aviv University, BFA from Parsons School of Design, and MFA from SUNY Purchase.
(adapted from the artist’s press materials)
229 Central Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11221 USA