Spoke Art Brings The Moleskine Project to New York City For the First Time
Spoke Art has brought their annual Moleskine Project group exhibition to New York City for its 7th iteration. Curated by Ken Harman Hashimoto and Rodrigo Luff, the show features over 60 artists from around the world, and spans various artistic styles and mediums, delving into artists'' sketchbooks. Both emerging and established artists are provided with a Moleskine book in order to create an original piece within the pages of the book.
Co-curator Rodrigo Luff explains that “the show is a tribute to how artists have developed and grown by using sketchbooks to dive deeper into the personal realms that fuel their artwork, exploring new ideas, concepts and even experimenting with different media and styles. An energetic visual dialogue of imagery flows from frame to frame, forming a collective sketchbook that allows us to appreciate the radically individual approach taken by each artist.”
In conjunction with the show, a Moleskine sized leather bound art book titled The Moleskine Project: Volume 2, will be released, featuring international artists from previous editions of The Moleskine Project.
Participating Artists include: Rebecca Mason Adams | Sergio Barrale | Stephen Bauman | Kelsey Beckett | Daniel Bilodeau Stephanie Brown | Juan Francisco Casas | Sam Wolfe Connelly | Alpay Efe | Jeremy Enecio Vanessa Foley | Greg Gandy | Alex Garant | Jessica Hess | Jeremy Hush | Eric Inkala | Hanna Jaeun Miles Johnston | Sarah Joncas | David Kassan | Dan-Ah Kim | Kit King | Aaron Li-Hill | Sergio Lopez Travis Louie | Rodrigo Luff | Ryan Malley | Jeremy Mann | Alessandra Maria | Lauren Marx Marco Mazzoni | David Molesky | Nadezda | Fumi Mini Nakamura | Lori Nelson | Billy Norrby Zach Oldenkamp | Karla Ortiz | Elizabeth Claire Ospina | Joel Daniel Phillips | Dan Quintana Michael Reeder | Eric Richardson | Matt Ritchie | Arik Roper | Conrad Roset | Nick Runge Hikari Shimoda | Tatiana Suarez | Dorian Vallejo | John Wentz | Teagan White | N.C. Winters Christine Wu | Bryce Wymer