Keeping Things In-House: New York Staff Art Show 2022

Keeping Things In-House: New York Staff Art Show 2022

Highlighting the talented artists in our ranks.

Highlighting the talented artists in our ranks.

Ferguson Amo, Within (Nikki) (detail), 2022.

The funny thing about being an artist with a day job is that sometimes art is your day job. Then you make it big and end up on an inspirational list with the likes of Mark Rothko (teacher), Dorothea Lange (photo finisher), or Phillip Glass (plumber), but until then, when it comes to making art and paying the bills, sometimes you can indeed have it both ways.

Phillips is proud to present our 2022 Staff Art Show, a showcase of creators across the business whose works demonstrate that special special sense of immediacy shared by all emerging artists. Our New York show runs from 5-15 August (Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm) in the Column Gallery of the main floor at 432 Park Avenue. We welcome friends and visitors to enjoy these works by the talented members of our team.

Featuring works by these artists (and more!):

Cary Leibowitz, I Always Take the Easy Way Out I Want Success But Don’t Want The Pressure, 2018.

Robert Jack, A Nonrepeating Pair for Recreation, 2011. robertjack.net

Goldie Gross (in collaboration with Sarah Mochkin), Ella, 2019. goldiegross.com

Eric Simmons, Ascension, 2021. ericsimmons.net

Francesco Porcino, Stairway from the series of Oneiric Fairy Houses, 2020. francescoporcinoart.com

Ferguson Amo, Within (Nikki), 2022.

ADOB, Untitled #2, 2022.

Nuno Marques, Brother Mudd with Quad-Thresher, 2020.

Sami Mordecai Elderazi, Pink Monition, 2020. smordecaielderazi.com

Victor Perez, Sunshower, 2022.

STAFF ART SHOW

5–15 August

Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm

Column Gallery of the main floor at 432 Park Avenue

For further information on any works in the sale, please contact [email protected]

 

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