Advisory Council Member John Kelly (CRF 2010) is co-curating this exhibition of the life works of New York based painter, stage designer, interior designer, and installation artist, Huck Snyder (1952-1992). Most active during the chaotic, eclectic era of the 1980’s East Village art scene, he crafted sets for prominent dancers and choreographers such as Bill T. Jones, Ishmael Houston-Jones, and Bart Cook. Huck is also well known as my Set Design collaborator and partner during the heyday of the East Village gallery and performance scene. He worked closely with me on my early crucial works, including Go West Junger Mann 1984, Diary of a Somnambulist 1985-6, Find My Way Home 1988, Love of a Poet 1990, Maybe It’s Cold Outside 1991, and Akin: True But Dour 1992.
Exhibition Dates: June 13th – July 13th, 2019 Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Friday 1 – 7 PM / Saturday 12 – 6 PM / Sunday by appointment Location: Equity Gallery – 245 Broome Street (between Orchard and Ludlow Streets) NY, NY 10002 / Phone: +1 (931) 410-0020
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 13th / 6 – 8 PM
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