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“Artists Looking at Art” at Fountain House Gallery: Jayce Kim, Dubblex, Bryan M. Greene, Alyson Vega, Issa Ibrahim & More

Continuing through April 8 at Fountain House Gallery is “Artists Looking at Art,” a group exhibition featuring original artworks by close to 40 artists, whose works were largely inspired by other artists. Featured above is “Painted City” by Korean-American artist Jayce Kim, inspired by the legendary graffiti artist Dondi White. Several more images from this alluring exhibit, curated by Joyce Siegel and Jonathan Rider, follow:

Manhattan-based multimedia artist Dubblex, Xist in the Moment, 2020, Spray paint and marker on canvas; inspired by Retna, Base and Faust

Westchester-based Bryan Michael Greene, Singing Flaming, 2020, Digital painting on aluminum; inspired by Alice in Wonderland and The Wedding Singer

NYC-based self-taught multidisciplinary artist, Alyson Vega, Squares, 2020, Acrylic on canvas; inspired by Gustav Klimt and Chuck Close

Queens-based Issa Ibrahim, The Fall of Superman, 2015, Oil on canvas; inspired by Michelangelo 

Brooklyn-native Raymond Lopez, Me and Van Gogh, 2018, Watercolor on paper; inspired by Vincent Van Gogh

Christine AlbaneTourbillons de Couleurs, 2020, Needle felt painting; inspired by Vincent Van Gogh

Founded in 2000, Fountain House Gallery showcases the works of artists living with emotional challenges, providing them with opportunities to share their creative expressions with others. Located at 702 Ninth Avenue at 48th Street, Fountain House Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday: 11am-7pm and Sunday: 1-5pm.

Thank you, City-as-School interns Basil Lyons and Alyssa Torres for  contributing to this post; photos by Lois Stavsky and Alyssa Torres