Jeffrey Jenkins “Angles of Repose”
Jeffrey Jenkins is an artist and graphic designer living and working in NYC and the Northern Catskills. His work examines the intersection and overlap between perception and interpretation of the natural world and the methodologies used in its control and understanding. His collections-based work explores anonymous art & photography as well as artifact form & function and the consumer experience.
He has exhibited artwork in the U.S. and Europe since the 1980s and has maintained a graphic design studio for 25 years. He has designed brand identities and promotional material for a range of corporate and non-profit clients and has designed books and artists’ catalogs, often using his photography to illustrate them and he published the recently released David Sedaris Diaries, A Visual Compendium. He is working on a number of books that examine and celebrate both the anonymous photograph and his collection of over 13,000 vintage natural history postcards.
A Guide to the Field: Storefront Practices in the Social Realm is a mutable project devoted to exhibiting environmentally, socially, and politically sensitive artwork and wares for the everyday.
In a shared curatorial platform, artists working in the social sphere present and respond to topic-driven conversations that emerge as installations – exhibitions – swarmings – in a game-like manner.
Fridays & Saturdays
- 12pm - 5pm
- 12pm - 4pm