Grimandi Art Gallery is proud to present “Art Is Everywhere” A Solo Exhibition by award-winning artist John Nieman, recognized internationally for his unique style and exciting installations. The show featuring milk cartons, shoe displays, wanted posters, candies and everyday objects—always with a pop culture twist and residual mental tickle, will open to the public on October 16th to November 17th at the Grimandi Art Gallery located in Manhattan at 988 Columbus Ave. Between 108th and 109th Streets.
Nieman is a renown artist, writer, and author of numerous novels and art books which manages to combine visual arts with literature, creating a result which is highly conceptual and balances between these two distinctive media to create a harmonious outcome that intellectually challenges the public.
The gallery will showcase works of several series by this master artist, among them his famous installation entitled “What is Missing.” Based on the actions of dairy producers during the 1970’s, having used milk cartons to promote messages about missing children and raise the awareness of the public. Nieman, inspired by this idea, used the format of the milk carton to support his “missing” signs, ideas which are missing in the contemporary society.
During this exhibition, Nieman will also unveil his most recent production “If The Shoe Fits.” Visit the gallery and enjoy this fascinating window into the rich creative world of John Nieman and take part in this exciting and innovative visual experience. A grand opening reception will take place on November 8th from 6 to 9 pm. For more information call 929 351-7934 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.