Announcing The Endless Editions Curated Second Annual Salonukah.
@Trestle Gallery - December 16 - December 24
In November 2013, the first ever Salonukah premiered at Recession Art Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. Co-curated by Laura Bluer and Emma Katz. Salonukah offered an open submission policy for wall space, and a varied list of featured artists and events during our secular, 8-day holiday celebration.
2013's curated Salonukah programming featured an opening reception, thrift party, drink and draw, the "cyber Monday video screening," literary readings, performance art, and sound events for all 8-nights. Salonukah's programming featured artists, thrifters and writers such as Katya Usvitsky, Remy Kharbanda, Camille Suissa & Lauren Piven, Sei & Ki Smith, Jonas Bers, JaeWook Lee, Miles Pflanz, Jody Wood, Velveteen, Rebecca Gaffney, Beyza Boyacioglu, Lizzy DeVita, Cortney West, Am Schmidt, Mike Varley, Eric Becker, Matthew Scott Gualco, Anne Posten, Ammiel Alcalay, Frances Chang, Sindy Butz, Panoply Performance Lab, Elinor Thompson, Jolie Pichardo, Ian DeLeon , Jody Wood, Kyle Simon, Spreaders, Rebecca Gaffney & Lazurite, Ogg Myst, Kevin Dejewski, Theatre Reverb and Manthony.
This year Trestle Gallery and Endless Editions will be inviting artists who we have worked with in the past to contribute to this Chanukah Salon. We will also maintain an "open wall policy." Below are the basic guidelines for contributing work for the salon.
1) We would like to invite all of you to fill the walls of Trestle Gallery on Monday, December 15th. Wall space cannot be reserved for any individual and will be administered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
2) We do not need to see the work beforehand, but would like to. RSVPing at email@example.com would be super duper helpful so that we can estimate the number of participants.
3) Artists are invited to bring a maximum of 2 pieces. Piece cannot exceed the dimension of 30" on their longest side and must be ready to hang on a wall.
4) Artists must install their own work. We will provide a hammer, nails, and the traditional contraband Maple Leaf cookies supplied by Pierre Chaumont.
5) ALL WORKS MUST BE FOR SALE.
6) Works do not have to relate to Chanukah.