Everyone knows that 20/20 vision is good, but 20/10 is even better. This January, gallery hanahou is ringing in the new decade with a group show that doesn't need to squint to see a better future. "20/10 Vision" will comprise new, original artwork from more than 40 artists - friends of gallery hanahou and artists local to NYC - with the theme of positive visions for the new decade.
The works in the show will be reasonably priced so that visitors can afford to start their new year with new art. Participating artists include popular local artists like Mike Perry and Yunmee Kyong, and Kenji Hirata, and artists from afar whose work is rarely seen in New York, such as Tanja Misery and Marcus Oakley. Plus many more!
In light of the recent tragedy that befell the people of Haiti, gallery hanahou and artists participating in "20/10 VISION" will contribute 20% of all proceeds from this exhibition to disaster relief efforts in Haiti.
A collaborative live drawing created by the artists at the January 21st opening will be auctioned off with 100% of the proceeds going to Haiti.
Come to the opening on January 21st to meet many of the artists and witness a live drawing by participating artists! Also check out cwc-i.com and galleryhanahou.com all this month to see quotes on the new year and beyond from participating artists.
As a toy shop, some of the participating artists we are particularly interested in: JK5, UPSO, Superdeux & Shane Jessup have all designed Dunnys. Also Team Macho recently exhibited at Giant Robot.