Spoke NYC's latest is titled Meet Me At Delancey / Essex, a group exhibition featuring over 20 artists living and working in the greater NYC area. As the local landscape continuously changes, Spoke aims to recognize the importance of street, lowbrow, pop surrealism and new contemporary genres, as well as represent an outlet to exhibit work within the community. 

Many works are directly inspired by city life, such as Olek’s never before exhibited video from 2010 which documents her guerrilla style installation, crocheting fruit and vegetables that were then added to the produce selection at the historic Essex Street Market. Alternatively, Luke O’Sullivan’s architecturally inspired sculpture depicts imaginary structures and their underground landscape. About the exhibition, curator Jennifer Rizzo states, “Meet Me At Delancey / Essex is a celebration of community, in every sense of the word - by bringing together both emerging and established artists as well as being a physical hub for creative exchange, my hope is that SPOKE NYC becomes the go-to destination for the lowbrow and new contemporary genres.”