Archive for April, 2014

TSA Gallery in NY Times

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TSA Gallery "Sump Pumped Sentiments" curated by Matt Phillips

Vincent Como of TSA Gallery speaking with a visitor about “Sump Pumped Sentiments” curated by Matt Phillips with Paintings by Shara Hughes (left) and Todd Bienvenu (right)


As one of the members of TSA Gallery in Bushwick, I’m very happy that we were included in the New York Times in an article about Brooklyn galleries. I wish I could take credit for this remarkable show that Matt Phillips put together, but I did get to discuss it with a number of wonderful people.

The Heroic Object at Parallel Art Space

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The Temptatio to Exist 002

Vincent Como “The Temptation To Exist 002” 2013, Acrylic on Canvas with Wooden Shelf

I’m very excited to be participating in the exhibition: The Heroic Object at Parallel Art Space opening Saturday April 5th and running through May 11.

The exhibition will be  comprised of “A collection of works from Vincent Como, Joshua Johnson, Peter Lapsley, Raymond E. Mingst, Russell Perkins, Kara L. Rooney, Magdalen Wong, and Frank Zadlo that hone in on the art object, traversing realms from the mythic to the prosaic, deploying, by turns, allegory, commodity, manifesto, buried gold.”

March: Forbidden Knowledge

Posted in 2014, Forbidden Knowledge on April 4, 2014 by drawingsubscription


Forbidden Knowledge 03 has now made its way out of the studio to the 2014 subscribers!  This series is Acrylic and Ink on Paper.  All works are 9 x 12 inches.  (ed 12/12 pictured)