29 Norman AVE.Greenpoint
Brooklyn, NY 11222
TUNICA Studio invites you to be a part of the TUNICA Magazine Issue No. 6 launch event to celebrate with the new collection “ETERNAL ESSENTIALS”, and an ongoing exhibition. The space will be transformed into a visual art experience that blurs the boundary between gallery and retail space.
Featuring Artworks by:
Abel Ferrara, Akram Shah, Barragan, Carly Mark, Cecilia Salama, Filip Custic, Fisher Parrish, Fuego, Yuyi Jhon, La Zowi, Novelty, Television, Tom Galle, Morena, Maren Karlson, Max Hooper Schneider, Marc Armand, Michael Bailey Gates, Palomo Spain, Supermarche, Tommy Cash
TUNICA Issue No.6 Art directed by Bureau Mirko Borsche.
Sponsored by Yola Mezcal, Sixpoint, Peter Spanton Drinks and White Label Yerba Mate.
TUNICA magazine No.6 launch & exhibition, and special Pop-Up shop exclusively designed by TUNICA will be held at A/D/O, a creative space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn dedicated to exploring new boundaries in design. At its heart is the Design Academy, which offers a range of programming for professional designers, intended to provoke and invigorate their creative practice.
Public transportation: Nassau Avenue stop on the G line or the Bedford Avenue stop on the L line. 29 Norman Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222
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TUNICA is a receptacle of international culture based in New York, which acts as a membrane to capture and showcase various talents; combining disciplines, and weaving through ideas and styles. TUNICA, founded in June 2012, is based in New York, with satellites in Barcelona, Paris, South Korea and Mexico. We started TUNICA from the desire to assemble a platform that curates talent across a variety of mediums and practices, as well as to provide a fresh and contemporary alternative within the publishing market. TUNICA contributors and collaborators represent a wide range of international and cutting-edge artistic disciplines. Staying Power!
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