Nando Alvarez-Perez’s Living Situation VIII: Corpse Pose

Nando Alvarez-Perez’s Living Situation VIII: Corpse Pose, on view at Rivalry Projects

Galleries close and galleries open. It’s a fact of life that art lovers should keep in mind when they lose a favorite space. The past year has seen the closing of a few galleries—Nina Freudenheim on North and Indigo on Allen come to mind—but interesting new spaces have also joined the scene. Rivalry Projects, a new contemporary gallery with an emphasis on photography, has opened at 106 College Street and can be visited by appointment. The space has undergone considerable renovation, which attests to the ambition of founder Ryan Arthurs, who aims “to create an arts space that can function as both a site of exhibition and production of contemporary art.”


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