Little But Fierce
Curated by Cameron Ledy, Little But Fierce is a group exhibition of small works by NYAA Alumni and second year students, and while the works are small, the presentation is grand. The exhibition thoroughly investigates ferocity and the myriad ways it can be demonstrated in art. Some artists tackle difficult subjects head on, including environmental issues, gender expression, and the body, while others display their ferocity with more formal choices: high key colors, aggressive impasto, and a diverse range of artistic styles. Little But Fierce challenges viewers’ expectation that small art has a small impact, and each small work shines as a gem in this treasure of a show.
About the New York Academy of Art (NYAA)
Founded in 1982 by artists, scholars and patrons of the arts, including Andy Warhol, the New York Academy of Art is a graduate school that combines intensive technical training in the fine arts with active critical discourse.
About the Alumni Association of the New York Academy of Art (AANYAA)
The mission of the AANYAA is to facilitate the creation of exceptional artwork by alumni of the New York Academy of Art through facilitating access to the resources of TIME and SPACE, and enhance our members ability to not only take part in contemporary dialogue at the highest level, but take an active role in shaping it.
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Artwork details: Dan Pelonis, J. Owens, oil on wood, 2017. 12″x12″
Gianna Putrino, Tetons 1, oil on panel, 2018. 10″x8″
Caleb Dow Booth, Bee 2, framed monotype, 2018. 10″x8″