Codify Art is going to Providence, RI for RISD (un)bound. Welcome back to where it all began. RISD (un)bound is a day-long event celebrating artists’ books, zines, and experimental printed matter created by RISD students and local artists, designers, and publishers. Through exhibits, sales, speakers, discussions, and workshops, the inaugural RISD (un)bound seeks to inspire (un)bound conversations around cultural publishing in the Providence community.
The schedule is coming together for (un)bound.
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
- exhibit halls open [20+ exhibitors and growing!]
- panel discussion
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
- reading + reception *
We are thrilled to present STANDARD STANDARD, a new exhibition of work by QTPOC artists at SPRING/BREAK Art Show to coincide with Armory Arts Week in New York City. The sixth edition of SPRING/BREAK Art Show will take place in the former corporate offices located at 4 Times Square, with our curatorial project in room #24 on the 23rd floor of the building. The show will run March 1–6, 2017, from 11AM to 6PM daily, with a VIP Vernissage on Tuesday, February 28 from 5–9PM.
4 Times Square, Floor 23
New York, NY
February 28, 2017
Regular Show Hours
March 1–6, 2017
Regular guest passes start at $15.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair For Black and PoC Artists at MoCADA Museum, presented by 3 Dot Zine. In this festival, Artist Devin Morris—the founder of 3 Dot Zine—curated a space where the creative efforts of Black and PoC artists working in print mediums could be celebrated.
Codify Art’s table featured work from 6 Brooklyn-based QTPOC artists:
Sharina Gordon - Searching for a Home that Holds All of Me (2017)
Samir Hazlehurst - RECIPE BOOK a year and a month of (2016)
Jarrett Key - Judges 16:28 (2016); Trans (2017)
Jon Key - 12 (2015), WE (2016), Manifesto (2016), The Tenth Zine Vol. IV (2016)
Kat JK Lee - natur (2017)
Maya Meredith - Wade in The Water Zine (2015)
All of the work is available for purchase on Codify’s Online Bookstore
Codify Art Connects is back, this time in our collective home in the borough of Brooklyn! If you made it to the last one, then you know this is a great opportunity to connect with a vibrant circle of QTPOC artists and supporters. If you didn’t make it to the last one, ya missed it. Don’t miss this one.
Expect a casual, after-work get-together where you can find collaborators, friends, and fans. Share your latest passion (and/or paid) project. Promote your upcoming show. Get your community excited about the things that excite you. Or just enjoy a sweet backyard in these waning summer days with cheap drinks and better company. We hope to see you there!
Codify Art is proud to announce that we are Studio Partners with Wanderlust 108 // Brooklyn 2016! Join us at Prospect Park, Sunday, September 11, 2016 to have a fun day focusing on building community while nurturing healthy lifestyle practices as QTPOC.
In light of all the tragic events recently facing queer, trans and POC communities, Codify Art wanted to host an event at Wanderlust that advocates for mindfulness, community building and self care as steps to a happier and healthier life.
OUTLET Fine Art in collaboration with CODIFY ART is pleased to present WORK. Featuring work by Jarrett Key, Jon Key, and Kat JK Lee, and facilitated by Leandro A. Zaneti, please join us for an opening reception Friday July 8 from 7-10pm. The exhibition will continue through July 24th.
CODIFY ART is a Brooklyn-based collective of multidisciplinary artists whose mission is to create, produce, and showcase work that foregrounds the voices of people of color, particularly those of women and queer people of color.
This is Work. A reaction to present realities, a mirror to identities both projected onto and embodied by alterity. The work of inhabiting an identity. It is declarative; it is a claiming of space by queer, POC bodies through the art object. Through manifold mediums and styles, CODIFY confronts the multiplicity of its constituents, its greater communities, and society at large. As an exhibition, Work. is a stand in for these selves; Work. is a representative, an icon, an effigy. Through bodies and permanent impressions on paper, repurposed imagery and cloaked soundscapes, CODIFY investigates, as individuals, the diversity and nuance within an identifier and upholds, as a collective, its larger histories.
DOUBLE TO ERASE exhibits multimedia works that individually and collectively open up the temporality of the palimpsest— a text constituted in the effacement of another, writing-as-erasure, a violent creation.
Curated by Gabrielle Jensen and Michael Valinsky
Invitation by Sonnie Kozlover
Including work by Ivana Basic, Tom Butler, Fråñçëscâ Cāpønę, and Vanessa Castro.
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BUY TICKETS: https://www.artful.ly/springbreakartshow
Tues, March 1st (5-9pm)
Wed, March 2nd - Sun, March 6th (12-8pm)
Mon, March 7th (12-6pm)
SPRING/BREAK Art Show, RM 4109
Skylight at Moynihan Station (31st Street)
421 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY
Codify artist Kat JK Lee will be showing work at the Brooklyn Art Space this Friday!
Please join us in hosting this year's Brooklyn Art Space Member Salon. This pop-up exhibition features visual artists who are all working members at Brooklyn Art Space. Stop by to see art and chat with the artists!
Curated by Katerina Lanfranco
On view through February 26th.
Ashley Alioto, Alex Anthes, Elisa Carreno, Rachel Chicaguala, Julie Combal, Anne Croken, Giovanna Di Lieto, Beth Duerr, Joshua Gabriel, Veronique Gambier, Michelle Claire Gevint, Young Gi Han, Chris Hayes, Katie Hector, Nancy Hubbard, Darryl Hudak, Meral Jones, Christina Kelly, Richard Kessler, Seth King, Myra Kooy, Zanne Kuhlman, Kat Lee, Sandra Lippmann, Jessica Lipsky, Pony Ma, Ayumi Matsuba, Patty Neal, Steven Nedboy, Jen Nista, Lillooet Nordlinger, Midori Okuyama, Janet Pedersen, Sophia Reed, Mari Renwick, Erika Roth, Skye Schirmer, Myla Seabrook, Jeanette Spicer, Jos Stumpe, Carlos Torres, James Vanderberg, Heidi Yockey, & Cindy Zaglin