Zoe Fisher Projects on Parlor.

It is rare that an  online startup platform for the arts catches my attention beyond the frustrating eye roll as it seems like every week there is a new one aiming to “disrupt the art world” – but Parlor really grabbed me. Parlor is a new initiative which partners with NY galleries to offer artworks that galleries inevitably have sitting  in storage for monthly rental and on approvals to the public. Not only does it offer a really affordable way for collectors to familiarize themselves with art and strip away what may be for some an intimidating process of purchasing art, but it also makes it so artist’s works are seen by more and many - all the time. No work collecting dust in storage! It is a super clever idea that benefits both galleries, artists and collectors. One of those ideas I said “why didn’t I think of that!”
Read interview on Parlor about how it all got started, whats hanging in my living room and my obsession with green paintings here ︎︎︎

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Guest Curator
Anniversary Issue 20

It was an absolute pleasure to be selected as guest curator for the Anniversary Issue  of Art Maze  Magazine. Art Maze Magazine is an independent artist-run international print publication dedicated to discovering and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing and versatile. It isis published five times per year online and in print and announces a competition-based curated call for art for each issue every 2-3 months. Curators are selected from internationally renowned galleries as well as independent art professionals to select works for each issue’s curated section of works. 

Gustav Hamilton    
Six Tables in a Park
Brooklyn, New York
October 4, 2020

Zoe Fisher Projects is thrilled to present Six Tables In A Park, a solo exhibition of new freestanding sculptural tables by Brooklyn-based artist Gustav Hamilton. In Six Tables in a Park, Gus’s stunning ceramic paintings move from the gallery wall to the domestic space. Surfaces meant for sitting, eating and entertaining, become surfaces upon which Gus’s ornate illustrations create illusions of another dimension. Painted in ceramic glaze, are trompe l'oeil everyday objects, flowers, birds and fruit. In other areas, holes, crevices and windows create surreal portals in which “the viewer has a chance to escape from the regular world” writes Gus. These surreal moments speak not only to Magriette’s Human Condition paintings, but also Wile E. Coyote and his fantastical tunnel and road paintings. Six Tables in A Park provides a literal and figurative space to set aside reality, your daily coffee, and dream perhaps of a lighter, happier place.
Six Tables In A Park will be on view one day only at

Cooper Park
October 11, 2020

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