Design

ART: NYC: Dumbo Arts Festival

by Raymond Herrera

Some of the highlights from this past weekend’s Dumbo Art’s Festival

Mighty Tanaka Gallery

Ad Deville of Skewville presented Sucks Either way. These pieces explore the relationship between him and his twin brother and the duality that they are both confronted with.

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Causey Contemporary

Steven Dobbin shows multiple installations including this neon sign that bears the exhibit’s name, A Lot of Art is Boring.

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Inspired by highway billboards and neon signs, Alicia Eggert and Mike Fleming use the advertising medium to open up serious discussions, as the this piece does, flashing on and off the word ‘ON.’

Robots Will Kill

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And the 2013 DUMBO Arts Festival Winners are…

Best Open Studio – Saya Woolfalk, Smack Mellon

Best Project – Kyle Goen, Who’s Chelsea Manning?

Who's Chelsea Manning?

Exhibition – Bryan Zanisnik, Meadowlands Picaresque, Smack Mellon 

Grand Prize – Bryan Zanisnik

SCOPE Prize – Saya Woolfalk

Audience Award – Daisuke Kiyomiya, Macarons (chosen by YOU through Instagram via hashtag #
DAF13).

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Photos by Raymond Herrera and the official Dumbo Arts Festival website, where you can learn more about the festival.