NORM PARIS
Norm Paris: Containerful
TSA
44 Stewart Ave, #49
Brooklyn, NY 11237
(347) 746-8041
newyork@tigerstrikesasteroid.com
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January 10 – February 16
Opening Reception:
Friday, January 10th, 2014, 7 – 10 PM

An Arm and a Leg
Loft 594
594 Bushwick Avenue, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11206
November 22, 2013 - December 7, 2013
Opening: November 22nd, 7-10 pm.

The Flat Files
TSA
44 Stewart Ave, #49
Brooklyn NY 11237
December 6 – 22, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, December 6, 7pm-10pm
Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 12pm-6pm and by appointment

Location, Location, Location
President Clinton Projects
75 19th Street
Brooklyn, NY

Desaturated Rainbow in LA
Kopeikin Gallery
2766 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA. 90034
July 20 - September 7

Rock Street
Curated by Deborah Brown & Lesley Heller

Desaturated Rainbow
Field Projects
526 W 26th Street, #807 NY, NY 10001
April 11 - May 18th
Opening: Thursday April 11th, 6:00-8:00pm

Norm Paris interview at Other People's Pixels

Speakers opens in Dumbo
Suite 216
111 Front Street
October 4th - November 3rd

Triangle Artists' Workshop
Open Studios
Saturday, September 29th, 12-8pm

Review for the Brooklyn Rail of the book DRAW IT WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED: THE ART OF THE ART ASSIGNMENT

PARIS IN PARIS:
Drawing Now /Le Salon Du Dessin Contemporain

"In just 5 years, DRAWING NOW PARIS I LE SALON DU DESSIN CONTEMPORAIN, the top European fair exclusively dedicated to contemporary drawing, has successfully demonstrated the major role played by drawing in the work of contemporary artists."

CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE
99, rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris

CONVERSATION WITH NORM PARIS:

Artist Greg Linquist and I talk about a range of shared interests in conjunction with his show "You Are Nature", opening Thursday, February 9th, 6-8pm, at Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NY, NY


PAPERAZZI AT JANET KURNATOWSKI

Up thru February 12th
205 Norman Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11222

NORM PARIS AT THE PROPOSITION

THE WALL STILL STANDS

SEPTEMBER 16 - OCTOBER 23

The gallery is honored to present the first New York solo show by Norm Paris, “The Wall Still Stands.”

Paris’ work explores the unfixed relationship between an evolving group of icons, their shifting mythologies, and the languages used to represent them. In recent drawings and sculptures, old paintings and sports clippings are hijacked and used as blueprints for a haphazard building project. People are substituted with building material, and “green” technology is improperly installed. Structures of questionable integrity struggle to find their place in the landscape.