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MEET TOM

In 2017 Merav Ezer was approached by Jessica Dawson and Mica scalin to create a piece for their upcoming dogumenta show at Brookfeild place in downtown Manhattan. dogumenta was to be the first ever show to address the artistic sensibility of the canine population with Jessica’s Dog Rocky at the curator’s chair. Merav’s design principal for this project was communication and the ‘Barking project’ was born.

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The show was a massive success among dogs and human alike and curators Jessica, Mica, Rocky approached Merav again to create an original art work for dogs.

Enter TOM, the first-ever artwork made exclusively for the canine collector, allows pups to live alongside an important artwork and build a collection just as their human companions do. Check out artnet coverage

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Royal Flush at ArtBook at MoMa PS1

Hi All,
We are at MOMA. Well, the Book Store anyway :). Extremely happy to be on the shelf next to the inspiration that started this, Toilette paper magazine.

Cant tell you how much fun it is to see it up there, so much fun in fact that we are giving away a free 5×7 limited edition print for every purchase.  Just take a picture of yourself with the mag and post on our Facebook page

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Royal Flush Magazine is now available in Tolaat Sfarim,תולעת ספרים,Tel Aviv, Israel

IMG_2351We are extremely proud to have ‘Royal Flush’ magazine available in one of Tel Aviv’s best independent book stores @tolaatsf תולעת ספרים.

ROYAL FLUSH is a guide to our visual world in limited edition full color images. Created in our studio in Brooklyn, New York and around the world, it defies specifics and aims to work as an associative visual poem from cover to cover, a streaming of consciousness of Spicy pop if you will. Its fun, naughty and entertaining.

Get yours today, its tasty.

On the same note, supporting independent publishing and independent book stores everywhere is vital these days. So we encourage you to support them actively. Go there, pull a book or a magazine, enlighten yourself and help by making a purchase :)

The magazine is available in both store locations.

ניתן לרכוש את המגזין בחנות תולעת ספרים ,תל אביב

Tenoúa- Sex, Torah and Tradition

We where asked to contribute works to the Jewish-French Magazine Tenoúa. The current issue theme is Sex, Torah and Tradition, connections we never thought existed…  The works are from the series ‘Private Thoughts’ that we shot at the Santa Fe Art institute about six years ago as residents.We are currently residents at SFAI this summer, and the magazine arrived here by mail, quite timely it seems.

Anyway, check it out and if you read french please consider translating key parts and emailing it to studio@acoupleofartists.org

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Bushwick Open studios

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Bushwick open studios is both a tradition and one of the biggest open studio event in the country. The studio visit is a great opportunity to engage with artists and explore works that are both finished and in progress at their place of creation.

We are happy to invite you, once again, to A Couple of Artists Studio where you will meet Adi shniderman, Merav Ezer and Catherine Kirkpatrick.

There will be new and in process works on display, as well as drinks and refreshments.

The studio will be open on: Saturday May 31st and Sunday June 1st from 12pm-7pm.

 The studio is located on: 274 Morgan ave on the 5th floor studio G, follow the signs.

***Be aware that the studio is on the fifth floor of a double flight staircase.***

If you need help with direction or anything else on the day please call Adi at 6465919743

Directory for the event:

 Artists directory

 If you can’t make it to the event you are welcome to contact us for a privet studio visit.

 

Mini doc of the work in window@125 at the Roger Smith Hotel

“The physical limitations of this space neatly confine the meal and its diners to their seats, their moment, their task at hand. As we watch them slowly consume, their physical interactions might be a choreographed dance. A few sentences repeat on screen creating a zen-like poem, reminding us that this is an ordinary occurrence, both a mirror of the one repeated by so many individuals daily and a completely special shared moment in time.”

 

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