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Michal Krasnopolski   |

“The ‘less is more’ poster challenge. The basic concept was to create a very modernist, minimalist poster series for movie enthusiasts. The idea is based on a very simple grid: a circle and two diagonals inscribed in a square. It surprised me how many posters I could create based on this very simple approach; the possibilities are theoretically unlimited.”

Art director & graphic designer living/working in Warsaw, Poland. Born in 1980, a graduate (Master’s degree) of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz.  Associated with advertising industry since 2002, winner of Zlote Orly (2008, 2009) & Kreatura (2008) awards. Jury member of the KTR Awards in design category (2008). Working predominantly in advertising, poster design & packaging.

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Opens Friday, May 10, 6-8p:

 Amanda Browder

Allegra LaViola Gallery, 179 East Broadway, NYC

Known for her large-scale outdoor fabric installations (“Hello Niagra,” Brooklyn, 2012 pictured, photo by David B. Smith), Browder will present an indoor gallery installation that breeches the public/private conversation by creating a physical duality between a living room and a fabric art installation. Though apparent opposites, these two environments are connected by the presentation of contemporary art. She plans to hold two Public Sewing Days that encourage the viewer to become her collaborator.

Later this year, in September, Browder plans to wrap a building on East 4th Street in Manhattan with fabric [via Animal New York]