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Issue 8 Launch Party at A-B Projects in Los Angeles

We are excited to announce our Issue 8 Launch Party, hosted by A-B Projects in Downtown Los Angeles on December 9th! We will be celebrating the Featured Artists in the issue, as well as the opening of the NEW location of A-B Projects, one of our featured Artist-Run spaces in the issue. Join founder Nicole Seisler at the new location in the Bendix Building from 6–9 pm on Sunday, 12/9/18. The first ten visitors receive a complimentary copy of the magazine! Lots going on that evening, with opening receptions for the A-B Projects group show PLOT LINES, a group exhibition by Andy Anderegg, Christine Han, and Jackie Rinesat, and other events at the Bendix Building.

Maake Magazine Issue 8 Launch Party
Sunday, December 9th, 2018 from 6–9 pm
Hosted by A-B Projects
1206 Maple Ave. Suite #540 (In the Bendix Building)
Los Angeles, CA

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Issue 7 Release Party at Tiger Strikes Asteroid NYC
6:00 PM18:00

Issue 7 Release Party at Tiger Strikes Asteroid NYC

Join us for a release party celebrating the artists featured in Issue 7 of Maake! The issue was curated by Tiger Strikes Asteroid. The event will be hosted by TSA in NYC at their Brooklyn space. The first 10 visitors to the gallery will receive a free copy! The event takes place during Bushwick Open Studios.

When: Saturday, September 29th, 2018 from 6–9 pm
Where: TSA, 1329 Willoughby Ave #2A, Brooklyn NY 11237

Refreshments will be provided.

On view at the gallery:
Still Big, 
curated by Sun You, is a group exhibition inspired by 17th century Dutch Still-Life paintings. Artists: Priscilla Fusco, Ethan Greenbaum, Kira Nam Greene, Eric Hibit, Myeongsoo Kim, John Newman, Sarah Peters, Chelsey Pettyjohn, Adrianne Rubenstein, Roger White, B. Wurtz, Crys Yin Designers: ERICKSON AESTHETICS, Miduny, Moving Mountains, PHAEDO.


Still Big

Curated by Sun You

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6:00 PM18:00

Maake Magazine Issue 5 Release Party at Mrs. Gallery, Queens

We are excited to announce the release of Issue 5 of Maake Magazine. This issue includes interviews with Mrs., other artist-run spaces and projects, working artists, as well as a Featured Artist section curated by Yevgeniya Baras. Please join us for drinks to celebrate the release of our latest issue, October 21 from 6–8pm at Mrs. in Maspeth, Queens. 

Including Featured Artists: Avital Burg, Sue Havens, Howard Fonda, Sacha Ingber, Keith Allyn Spencer, Nat Meade, Gracelee Lawrence, Danielle Orchard, Elisa Soliven, Ana Wieder-Blank, Mike Olin, Max Maslansky, Jim Shrosbree, Polina Barskaya, Gaku Tsutaja, Erin Lee Jones, Dan Bainbridge, Zuriel Waters, Kari Cholnoky, Jackie Tileston

Sat Oct 21, From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Mrs. | 60-40 56th Drive

Curated by Yevgeniya Baras

Maake Magazine Issue 5 Release Party

Hosted by: 
60-40 56th Dr
Maspeth, NY 11378

Saturday, October 21st, from 6–8 pm

Maake Magazine is an independent, artist-run, limited edition print publication and online resource featuring the work of emerging artists and highlighting exciting arts related projects around the world. Our goal is to exhibit innovative contemporary artwork and foster conversation and community. Our mission is to support emerging artists, writers, and curators through our print publication, exhibitions, interviews, and collaborative projects. Maake combines the best of print and digital, in a platform that defies geographic limitations and connects artists, collectors, curators and viewers. This platform leverages the networked connections of social media, the flexibility of web-based online content and the tangibility of a print publication to provide artists with a new publishing avenue. Each issue is curated by a different guest curator from around the country. Follow us @maakemag to stay up-to-date on current issues, opportunities and events. Check out the many full-length interviews with featured artists on our website, and find our print magazines in bookstores and galleries both in the United States and abroad. 

*Free copies of the issue available for the first ten visitors to the gallery. 

Currently on view at Mrs.: GENESIS BELANGER, Cheap Cookie and a Tall Drink of Water

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KITSCH: A group Exhibition, studio e gallery, Seattle, WA

Curated by Kelsey Siegert (studio e) and Emily Burns (Maake Magazine)
December 10, 2016–January 21, 2017

OPENING RECEPTION: DECEMBER 10th, 6–9 pm at studio e gallery
609 S Brandon St, Seattle, WA 98108

studio e is pleased to present Kitsch a group show curated by Kelsey Siegert and Emily Burns of Maake Magazine. Kitsch features work in multiple mediums from Caroline Wells Chandler, Kyla Hansen, Caroline Larsen, Karen Lederer, Emily Silver, and Seattle based artist Paul Komada. In conversation with one another these works elevate and challenge notions of craft, kitsch, and the politics of objecting making in the 21st century



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Maake Magazine Fall Exhibition

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Deal With It
August 22 – October 19, 2016
Opening Reception Thursday, September 8, 2016, 5–7 pm

Woskob Family Gallery is pleased to present Deal With It, a group exhibition curated by Maake Magazine Editor, Emily Burns.

The exhibition features a survey of contemporary painting and works on paper by thirty three contemporary artists. The collection highlights a range of genres, many exploring the tension between traditional and experimental materials and methodologies and offering a small slice of activity occurring in studios across the United States.

Due to the print and digital purview of Maake Magazine, the majority of work featured is typically explored via digital outlets and shared on either the backlit screen or the printed page. This exhibition, the rst physical collection to be curated by the magazine, seeks to recognize and further investigate the tensions that arise when works are presented in light of their digital reproducibility.

These works forge an immediate connection to our bodies, causing us to lean in closer, focus and reorient our eyes. We hope Deal with It will ignite conversations about the multitude of differences between reproductions and their objects, an issue that has become particularly poignant as laptops and phones become increasingly ubiquitous viewing devices for the visual arts.

Participating Artists
Diana Behl
Julia Berkman
Morgan Blair
Caetlynn Booth
Melissa Brown
Matthew Carrieri
Sarah Coote
Douglas Degges
Maria Dimanshtein
Magda Dudziak
Sarabeth Dunton
Mark Joshua Epstein
Jen Hitchings
Peter Hoffmeister
Ken Horne
Will Hutnick
Katie Kirk
Kirstin Lamb
Tony Loftman
Kate McCammon
Senem Oezdogan
Janet Olney
Ashely Peifer
Allison Reimus
Samantha Robinson
Kathleen Rogers
Gyan Shrosbree
Yael Ben-Simon
Garth Swanson
Millee Tibbs
Emma Webster
Sarah West
Nick Wilkinson



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