‘Red Envelope Show’ curated by Grumpy Bert to Open at Harman Projects on February 10th

 

 

 

Symbolizing good luck and prosperity, the exchange of red envelopes is a beloved Lunar New Year tradition present in even the oldest stories about this celebration. To ring in the year of the dragon, Harman Projects is excited to host the 9th annual Red Envelope Show curated by Grumpy Bert. In the spirit of sharing this New Year’s practice widely, the exhibition features works from over 100 artists from around the world who work in a variety of mediums spanning ink, marker, pencil, gouache, acrylic, and even rocks. From hair-rising dragons to “chonky” dragons to Dragon Ball, each artist uses the red paper envelope to share something inventive and certainly fortunate. 

Red Envelope Show opens February 10th at 54 Ludlow street with a reception 6-8 pm, many of the artists will be in attendance. A Lion Dance will take place outside the gallery at 6:30 pm. 

Red Envelope Show installation view courtesy Harman Projects

Participating artists: A Duck Amuck (Erwin Ong) | Angela Fang Zirbes | A. T. Pratt | Adrienne Arredondo | Aimee Pong | Alice Meichi Li | Allison Bamcat | Amanda Castillo | Andre Lee Bassuet | Andrea Kang | Andrew Bell | Arif | Audrey Kawasaki | Authan Chen | Betty Rubble | Bodeck Luna | Bonnie Wong | Bredna Chi | Brian Britigan | Candie Bolton | Carolyn Yoo | Casey Kawaguchi | Chandra Free | China Cat 663 | ChrisRWK | Christian Leon Guerrero | Cindy Scaife | Cindy Suen | CMYKharma | Daisedeestudios | Dakota J Chung Sherman | Dan Goodsell | Danzhu Hu | Dave Young Kim | Deuce Wu | Deepti Sunder | Defectivepudding | Derrick H | Deth P. Sun | Dongyan Xu | drawnbydna | Duy Võ | Edward Cao | Edward Ubiera | Eva Redamonti | Ezerd Land | Felicia Chiao | Flavia | Gemma Correll | Gina Bae | GoatBunny | Grace Lang | Hanna Lee Joshi | Headexplodie | Helice Wen | Hyesu Lee | Ike Sanchez | Jacquelien Tam | Janettchan | Jared Gochuico | Jason Raish | Jay Riggio | JCORP | Jen Tong | Jennifer Nguyen | Jeremy Nguyen | Jeromy Velasco | Jesse Zhang | Jiami Lee | Jiffy Phan | Jimin | Jocelyn Tsai | John Lee | Jonathan Huang | JP Neang | Julia Oldham | Junjun Chen | Kanako Abe | _Kushrzw84_ | KaNO | Kayg | Kaylynn Kim | Kelsey | Kevan Hom | Kevin Chan | Ki Salt | Kichi Juice | KOREANANGRY | Kristen Liu-Wong | Kristilyn Waite | Lauren Rubin | Lauren YS | Not Cool Co | Lian Cho | Lily Qian | Lion In The Trees | Logan Fitzpatrick | Lon Wenger | Loren Yeung | Louie Chin | Maggie Chiang | Mark Wang | Mataya King | Matt Huynh | Matt Stanton | Mel Kadel | Meredith Miotke | Michael C. Hsiung | michellekuku | Min Liu | Molly Magnell | Narciso Espiritu | Mellie Le | Nikki Longfish | Nite Owl | nu | Onluthestar | Paige Vickers | Peach Tao | Philia (Xue) Li | Po Yan Leung | Ramiro Davaro-Comas | Raymond Wang | Rhi Cha-os | Rose Wong | Rumi Hara | Sad Salesman | Seonna Hong | Sharpy | Shawn Cheng | ShinYeon Moon | Shirlin Zoo | Space Rabbit Studio | Stella Im Hultberg | Stevie Shao | Susie Ghahremany | Taili | Thomas Colligan | TMO | Tracie Ching | Travis Louie | Vicky Leta | Wengting Li | Xiao Mei | Xinmei Liu | Yao Xiao | Yumiko Kayukawa | ZROPRO

Artist Lily Qian. Image courtesy of the artist and Harman Projects

The Red Envelope Show, a group exhibition curated by Grumpy Bert will be on view from February 10th through February 24th at Harman Projects, 54 Ludlow Street, NYC. An Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, February 10th from 6-8pm.

Red envelope show. Image courtesy Harman Projects.

About the Gallery ~ Harman Projects was founded in 2022 by curator and gallerist Ken Harman Hashimoto. Our goal is to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment to foster a community of likeminded artists, collectors, and art lovers in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and beyond. The focus at Harman Projects is broad but lies mainly in the New Contemporary genre, encompassing historical movements such as New York City graffiti and SoCal pop-surrealism alongside contemporary schools of art such as Bay Area abstracted realism, International muralism and Japanese-inspired SuperFlat. www.