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Kambui Olujimi received his BFA from Parsons School of Design and MFA from Columbia University, both in New York City. He has had solo exhibitions at MIT List Visual Arts Center, Boston and Apexart and Art in General in New York. His work has been featured in group shows at Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Museo Nacional Reina Sofia, Madrid. In 2015 Galerie E.G.P. in Paris presented Olujimi’s first solo exhibition in France entitled “Blind Sum” featuring a series of long-exposure photographs inspired by 1930s dance marathons. Olujimi is in residence at Triangle from February–May 2016.

Learn more about Kambui’s work here.

Image: Kambui Olujimi, In Your Absence the Skies Are All the Same, video installation, 2014. 

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A Rendering in Seven Fits

January 18, 2016

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A Rendering In Seven Fits
Thursday February 4 from 6–9 PM

Triangle Arts Association
20 Jay Street, Suite 318
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Triangle invites you into our studios to view work-in-progress by our artists-in-residence that explore the hidden stories embedded inside our urban landscape: Bruno Silva (Portugal), Elina Vainio (Finland), and MFA Students from École Supérieure d’Art de Clermont Métropole (France).

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Attention artists from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia—apply for a 3 month residency at Triangle in New York City for fall 2016. Deadline to apply is January 26, 2016. Apply today!

Residency takes place from September 1 – November 30, 2016 and includes studio space, accommodation and €4,000 stipend. The program is a collaboration between the International Visegrad FundFUTURA and Triangle Arts Association.

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Elina Vainio was born in 1981 and is currently based in Helsinki, Finland. She graduated from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts Time and Space Department in 2013. Her projects examine our surrounding world and reality through its material constructions.
 

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Applications are currently being accepted through our open call for Triangle’s 2016-17 Residency Program. Triangle offers free, spacious studios and a dynamic artistic community to support the development of projects with emphasis on dialogue and experimentation. Our studios are located at 20 Jay Street in Brooklyn, New York. Artists have the option to apply for a 3 or 6-month residency period:

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Mike Crane is an artist raised in Bogotá, Colombia and currently based in New York. His practice involves staging procedural acts that are filmed for installation-based viewing along with drawings, sculpture and prints. He most recently exhibited his work at the Bronx Museum Biennial. Crane is a 2015 Creative Capital visual arts grantee and is in residence at Triangle from December 2015–February 2016.

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Slow Runner. Her Noise Archive II, Installation, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2013
Emma Hedditch (born 1972, UK) is an artist and writer living in New York. Her work focuses on daily practice, materiality, and distribution of knowledge as political action. She often works collaboratively with other artists and groups, for example The Copenhagen Free University (2001–2008) and Cinenova, a feminist film and video distributor (1999–present). Heavily influenced by politicized conceptual art practices, de-colonising and feminist politics, her work has taken form as performances, collectively produced videos, fanzines, as well as workshops, screenings, and events. Hedditch was artist-in-residence for performance at the Munich Art Academy 2013–14 and has taught in the class ‘Walls and Space’ at the Copenhagen Art Academy annually since 2007. She is in residence at Triangle from December 2015–May 2016. 

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Founded by sculptor Anthony Caro in 1982, Triangle proudly maintains the spirit of artist-run culture in New York City today.

We’re beloved by artists precisely because as an arts organization we do things differently—we have for more than three decades now and we always will! But to do this we need your support!

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November 17, 2015

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We Know What We Like
Thursday, December 17, 2015
6:30-8:30 pm
Buy your tickets today!

Lori Bookstein Fine Art
138 10th Avenue
New York, NY, 10011

Come together this holiday season and support a beloved 33-year old artist-founded organization at our winter fundraiser. Join Triangle Arts Association for cocktails and hear distinguished experts discuss the work of important contemporary artists.

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Building Bodies: Pia Männikkö & Lior Tamim
Thursday December 3 from 6–9 pm

Triangle Arts Association
20 Jay Street, Suite 318
Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Triangle artists-in-residence Pia Männikkö and Lior Tamim invite you into their studios to see works-in-progress that explore the limits of the human form. Männikkö constructs installations and photo collages that document and abstract the body as organic entity. Her practice explores the presence of the physical form as well as its interaction with the surrounding environment. Tamim transforms his studio into a vibrant red cube which serves as backdrop for an ongoing performance of the artist as body-builder. His collaborative and site-specific installation negotiates complex questions about masculinity and power. Realized during their residencies at Triangle, the works on view by these two artists ask us to ultimately consider the body as malleable material.

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