“Culture Shock” Arrives in New York

Bethpage, NY (PRWEB) May 07, 2014

Artist Steven Cogle will display his abstract paintings in an exclusive exhibit beginning May 15th, 2014 at the Grumman Gallery, found in Bethpage, New york city. As abstract works continue to stand out amongst collectors and lovers within the growing art scene, it is no surprise that Steven Cogle’s name is circulating, as his work is at the leading edge. Cogle has actually explained his pieces as “tribal African crossed with urban blight.”

. It’s been stated that we might be seeing a Golden Age of Contemporary Abstraction, and if that holds true, I can think about no much better agent than Steven Cogle. His work has been wowing collectors these days, which is the kind of art we wish to bring to Grumman Gallery and to this neighborhood, stated Vanessa Ferrelli, Grumman Gallerys owner.

. Ferrelli has actually partnered with filmmaker Michael J. Arbouet to present what Arbouet has actually called a game-changer of an exhibition. The show, titled “Culture Shock,” will show emotionally charged pieces by different artists, including Steven Cogle. Arbouet has actually combined some widely known stars, allowing Cogle to produce a wonderful series of paintings that re-imagine iconic scenes from the movies they starred in.

. The shows invitation-only opening will consist of celebs, such as: Gianni Russo (The Godfather, Any Provided Sunday), William Sadler (Shawshank Redemption, Iron Man 3), and more, who have yet to be announced.

. Thought-provoking and intensely satisfying, Steven Cogle’s artwork is a reflection of his multi-layered upbringing. He can effortlessly integrate his past with the present and our future, said Arbouet.

. The star-studded, invitation-only occasion will open Thursday, May 15th from 6pm-9pm. A section of the events earnings will be donated to: The All Stars Project, Inc., a charity that produces extracurricular academic and carrying out arts activities for thousands of underprivileged kids and minorities.

. Grumman Gallery is currently revealing the collection by appointment-only. It is located at: 500 Grumman Road West, Suite: 1, Bethpage, New york city 11714. For media inquiries or to schedule a viewing, contact: Stephanie Arcabascio at 917-387-7277.


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