There’s going to be a Muniz piece in a storefront show at Roos Arts in Rosendale, opening this Saturday, April 16. “Enclosure,” a group exhibition curated by artist Janaina Tschäpe, is designed to explore “the theme of exposure and confinement in different media, offering perspectives into ways we create the laws we wish to break.” The curator has a long history, as her pulling in of some Muniz pieces demonstrates.
Also showing will be works by Rosane Chamecki and Andrea Lerner, James Hyde, Barney Kulok, Michelle Leedy and Coke Wisdom O’Neal. There will be a series of “storybooks” by Fernanda Feher in Roos’s Flat Files Project Space – an upstate take, we surmise, on the popular old Pierogi means of showing works in their first Williamsburg space. It opens from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, then stays up Thursdays through Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m. through May 21.
Roos is located at 449 Main Street, just across the street (headed west) from the Rosendale Café. Call (718) 755-4726 or visit www.roosarts.com for further information.