Long-Sharp Gallery is ecstatic to present the first solo exhibit of works by Tarik Currimbhoy this May. The exhibit, Sway, will open in the gallery's New York project space on May 30th - 24 W. 57th Street, Suites 606 and 609.
Tarik Currimbhoy is no stranger to the worlds of art and design. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Architecture from the Pratt Institute, and a Master of Arts from Cornell University. Thereafter, he returned to teach at both institutions (Drawing at Cornell and Industrial Design at Pratt). Since his early days, Currimbhoy has been blurring the lines of art and architecture, and has been fascinated by simplicity of form and space. That fascination is evident in his kinetic sculptures, many of which rock under the forces of gravity and compression. Currimbhoy's solo exhibit will feature over a dozen of these sculptures, ranging in size from 9" in diameter to 3' tall.
We hope you will join us for the reception on May 30th, which will take place from 5:30-9:00pm, and throughout the remainder of the exhibit!