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What Works An ArtStar | LittleCollector Pop-Up Exhibition Opening Reception: July 14, 2011 6-9 pm By Appointment: July 15-17, 2011 The ArtStar Space: 195 Chrystie Street, #801B, New York, NY 10002 What Works features the artwork of six artist couples exploring the influence they have on each other. Each artist will present a work that reflects, either consciously or unconsciously, the influence of their partner. The show includes photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, video, tapestry, and also baked goods from ArtStar and LittleCollector artists and their talented paramours who will take over the ArtStar gallery space for a three-day exhibition. Erin Kornfled & Charles Schultz “It would be easy to say Erin makes the picture and I do the poem and etching, but that would be overly simple. I’m very involved in the process of making the picture, and Erin always has suggestions for the exact words I use and how to best place them in the image.” -Charles Schultz

Erin Kornfeld and Charles Schultz, “Lake Hou Hai, June 21, 2008 (with Summer Solstice Poem),” 2011, Cibachrome print with hand etching, mounted on aluminum with wood braces, Price: $1,000


Katherine Newbegin & Todd Knopke “Todd is my greatest editor and my best travel partner, I can’t say how many times he has helped me to find the places I want to shoot. We are in constant conversation about looking, about art, and he forces me to open up, to see my work, to question my process, and then he is there when I am ready to start all over again.” – Katherine Newbegin

Katherine Newbegin, Hotel Slavija, Belgrade, Serbia, 2009, C-Print, 30x40, Price with frame: $2,000


Todd Knopke, Chapel- 2010, 64"x69" fabric, thread, yarn, ink, Price: $6000


Kate Sullivan & David Levinthal “I love how David makes tiny worlds of toys and figures and makes these alternate realities larger than life. His photographs somehow become animated and charged with our own meanings from memory, from childhood, from some visceral place.” – Kate Sullivan

Kate Sullivan, Coney Island, Dreamland Cake, rendering of the actual cake that will be on view with edible cupcakes based on the series Coney Island by David Levinthal, Price: NFS


David Levinthal, Double Rocket from the series Coney Island, inkjet archival pigment print 8x10 with custom brushed aluminum frame, Price: $85

David Levinthal, Space Ride from the series Coney Island, inkjet archival pigment print 8x10 with custom brushed aluminum frame, Price: $85


David Levinthal, Merry Go Round from the series Coney Island, inkjet archival pigment print 8x10� with custom brushed aluminum frame, Price: $85

David Levinthal, Bumper Cars from the series Coney Island, inkjet archival pigment print 8x10� with custom brushed aluminum frame, Price: $85


Langdon Graves & Nick Van Woert “Nick makes noise, Langdon is quiet. Nick makes messes, Langdon is clean. Nick is fast, Langdon is meticulous. Nick is a sledgehammer, Langdon is a needle. Nick likes Slayer, Langdon likes Palace. But. They both like Radiolab and ice cream and hard work and riding bikes and words that rhyme and a fat cat named Toast. And that seems to work.” – Langdon & Nick

Langdon Graves, Members Only, inkjet archival pigment print from original graphite + pastel, 20x24” with custom white wooden frame, Price: $225

Langdon Graves, Cycle, graphite + pastel, 2011, 24x30” with custom white wooden frame Price: $3500


Ginger Shulick & Don Porcella

Ginger Shulick, Extra Terrestrial, 1986, Crayon on Construction Paper, Price: NFS


"I really love being in a relationship with Ginger Shulick. Ginger is a great supporter of the arts and artists in particular. She really fosters their growth and pushes them to make the best work possible. We constantly talk about art and through these discussions new ideas emerge. We are both very critical about art and that criticism helps me push myself." -Don Porcella

Don Porcella, Extra Terrestrial , 2009, encaustic on wood, 16x20", Price: $1800


Colette Robbins & Micah Ganske "We don't collaborate in a traditional sense but we are each other's favorite critic and sounding board for ideas. This is a collaboration the way any successful relationship is. Occasionally, however, we do share photos resources and muses and the resulting work is fun in how different it can be.� – Micah Ganske

Colette Robbins, The Head Exchange:Eve, 2011, Graphite painting on paper, 11x14", black wood frame, Price: $950


Micah Ganske, Eve:Gaze, inkjet archival pigment print made from original digital painting, 20x24� with custom brushed aluminum frame, Price: $225

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