Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
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Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo
Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo
Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo
Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo
Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo
Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo
Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!
mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini. Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 

Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  
ZoomInfo

Chris Mottalini, long time Fowler studio artist, announces an awesome collaboration with Jeffrey W. Miller. Thier first project is out in Town & Country's new travel issue. See it online or pick up the magazine on newstands today!

mottalini:

I’m very happy to officially announce a new photographic collaboration between myself and set designer/art director/prop-stylist extraordinaire Jeffrey W. Miller…Miller & Mottalini

Jeffrey and I first met in 2006, when I began working as Jeffrey’s assistant. Over the years, I’ve come to consider Jeffrey a mentor, a friend and basically a member of the family…this collaboration is the next logical step/evolution of our working relationship. 



Our first series, A History of Saffron, sets the tone for the collaboration’s aesthetic and is an unconventional still-life series about the ancient and extravagant spice that is saffron.  

GOS 2014 map! Illustrated by uber-talented @libbyvanderploeg #greenpointopenstudios

GOS 2014 map! Illustrated by uber-talented @libbyvanderploeg #greenpointopenstudios

Very attentive pups at the Greenpoint Open Studios meeting. #gos2014

Very attentive pups at the Greenpoint Open Studios meeting. #gos2014

Regram from @hyperallergic! Last night’s Greenpoint Gallery Night was so much fun. Thanks to all who came out! The gallery is open today until 5pm. Go see these paintings by Peter Schenck @pbschenck

Regram from @hyperallergic! Last night’s Greenpoint Gallery Night was so much fun. Thanks to all who came out! The gallery is open today until 5pm. Go see these paintings by Peter Schenck @pbschenck

Fowler’s FINAL exhibition opens FRIDAY, Sept. 12th.

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EXHIBITION OPENING: FRIDAY, SEPT. 12 from 7-10PM
EXHIBITION DATES: SEPT. 12 - OCT. 5, 2014

Fowler Project Space is pleased to present Life of the Party, an exhibition organized by Peter Schenck featuring work by Tess Bilhartz, Austin Eddy, Sarah Lubin, Jeremy Roby, Peter Schenck, and Simon Slater. Everyone wants to be the life of the party, but most of us also grapple with the need to be apart from the group, either in search of solitude or for the purpose of breaking new ground, be it intellectually, materially or physically. Each artist in this exhibition addresses the need for both outside acceptance and for isolation.

This is a bittersweet exhibition for Fowler as it is actually our last. After receiving a large rent increase this summer, we have decided to close the exhibition program to better concentrate on supporting the artists who work in our space. It has been a great four years of producing amazing exhibitions. Thank you to all of the artists who made the gallery space at Fowler an inspiring and energetic place. Come be a part of our last month of gallery programming and toast to Brooklyn, art, artists, and to forgetting all the little forgettings. May we never stay the same, may we never have to change.

The Life of the Party exhibition opening coincides with Greenpoint Gallery Night. Come meet new faces in the neighborhood gallery community! Friday, Sept. 12th from 7-10pm.

The exhibition will be on view through the weekend of October 5th which happens to be the resurrected Greenpoint Open Studios. More info on that soon. xx

Humble Arts Foundation’s NEW CATS IN ART PHOTOGRAPHY, featuring work by Fowler artist Rachel Rampleman, online now!
Why do we love cats? Why are they one of the most viral entities known to post Generation X’ers and Millennials? Why are feline musings simultaneously click-bait dreams and equally one of the largest causes of social media animosity and “de-friending?” This exhibition doesn’t answer any of those questions. Nor does it project any theories on the impact of cats in our rapidly shifting contemporary photographic landscape, but it does give you a glimpse into how cats make their way into the work some of today’s most challenging (and globally diverse) photographers. We are pleased to present group show 41: New Cats in Art Photography, a collection of 100 cat images from some of our favorite photographers around the world, curated by Jon Feinstein.

Humble Arts Foundation’s NEW CATS IN ART PHOTOGRAPHY, featuring work by Fowler artist Rachel Rampleman, online now!

Why do we love cats? Why are they one of the most viral entities known to post Generation X’ers and Millennials? Why are feline musings simultaneously click-bait dreams and equally one of the largest causes of social media animosity and “de-friending?” This exhibition doesn’t answer any of those questions. Nor does it project any theories on the impact of cats in our rapidly shifting contemporary photographic landscape, but it does give you a glimpse into how cats make their way into the work some of today’s most challenging (and globally diverse) photographers.

We are pleased to present group show 41: New Cats in Art Photography, a collection of 100 cat images from some of our favorite photographers around the world, curated by Jon Feinstein.

Governor’s Island Art Fair, featuring Fowler artist Rachel Rampleman, opens Sept 6th!
Where: Colonel’s Row on Governors Island. Admission is free.
When: Saturdays + Sundays, Sept. 6 – 28, 2014, 11am-6pm  
Indulge your curiosity as you explore the abandoned military barracks of Governors Island Art Fair, 100 singular rooms of painting, photography, sculpture, installation, video, and sound art. Run by artists, for artists, New York’s largest independent exhibition enters its 7th year this fall. 
Governors Island Art Fair is organized by 4heads, a NYC nonprofit organization created by artists for artists. Their goals are to foster community by offering space for artists, to provide arts-education for the underserved, and to expose hidden culture. 4heads supports a collaborative DIY spirit while catalyzing dialogue between artists and people from all walks of life.
Governors Island is accessible by an 8-minute ferry ride from the Battery Maritime Building (10 South Street) in Lower Manhattan or a 3-minute ferry ride from Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 (at the end of Atlantic Avenue, at Columbia Street) in Brooklyn. The ferry ride costs $2. 
For more information, visit 4heads.org

Governor’s Island Art Fair, featuring Fowler artist Rachel Rampleman, opens Sept 6th!

Where: Colonel’s Row on Governors Island. Admission is free.

When: Saturdays + Sundays, Sept. 6 – 28, 2014, 11am-6pm  

Indulge your curiosity as you explore the abandoned military barracks of Governors Island Art Fair, 100 singular rooms of painting, photography, sculpture, installation, video, and sound art. Run by artists, for artists, New York’s largest independent exhibition enters its 7th year this fall. 

Governors Island Art Fair is organized by 4heads, a NYC nonprofit organization created by artists for artists. Their goals are to foster community by offering space for artists, to provide arts-education for the underserved, and to expose hidden culture. 4heads supports a collaborative DIY spirit while catalyzing dialogue between artists and people from all walks of life.

Governors Island is accessible by an 8-minute ferry ride from the Battery Maritime Building (10 South Street) in Lower Manhattan or a 3-minute ferry ride from Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 (at the end of Atlantic Avenue, at Columbia Street) in Brooklyn. The ferry ride costs $2.

For more information, visit 4heads.org