Who needs Honey when Sugar is Sweet by Tamara Gayer_13 E. 1st st

Who Needs Honey When Sugar is Sweet

13 east First Street and 56 East First Street
24/7
Now through Fall 2014
Map

Tamara Gayer's art installation at the entrance of Pulse 2014

I'm thrilled to announce that I have been selected for a special commission by the Pulse art fair.

'All the Worlds a Fair'
is a site sensitive installation designed for the New York iteration of the fair.

for more information:Link

nada

TUESDAY, October, 23rd, 2012
Upstream
NADA HUDSON, The Core Club, 66 East 55 Street, NYC, NY
6PM
Map

now

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7TH, 6.30PM
THE INSIDE
MUSEUM AT ELDRIDGE STREET
6.30PM
MapLink

Join the Museum at Eldridge Street for a talk and wine reception celebrating "the inside," an installation by artist Tamara Gayer at toomer labzda gallery just a short walk from the Museum. Gayer was inspired by the architecture and design of the Eldridge Street Synagogue, creating a vividly colored, kaleidoscopic re- interpretation of our landmark building.

Gayer manipulates, inverts and expands forms and colors from our historic site creating a work that is both forward looking and historically grounded, and that experiments with perceptions of interior and exterior space. Meet at the Eldridge Street Synagogue for a short talk with Gayer and Museum deputy director Amy Stein- Milford.

They'll discuss the new work and the Museum's own magnificent stained-glass windows. Visitors are then invited to walk a short distance to toomer labzda to see Gayer's installation. tuesday, august 7th at 6.30pm / this event is free and open to the public / light refreshments will be served at each venue.

The Museum at Eldridge Street, 12 Eldridge Street (between Canal and Division Streets) / Tamara Gayer's "the inside" is on view by appointment during august at toomer labzda, 100a Forsyth Street (between Grand and Broome Streets) information: http://www.toomerlabzda.com / helen@toomerlabzda.com /+1 917 488 3388