Opening reception for a show featuring Ian Trask as well as artists Ron Agam, Beth Carter, Oliver Jeffers, and Anne Pearce at the Bertrand Delacroix Gallery in its Chelsea, New York City location.
November 12th, a group show of original works and prints by Ian Trask as well as: Ron Agam, Matthew Benedict, Markus Bradley, Pietro Costa, Nellie Davis, Alex Dodge, David Ellis, Richard Estes, Steven Gagnon, Torben Giehler, Robert Indiana, Kaws, Paul Pope, Kate Shepherd, Allison Smith, Pat Steir , John Wesley, Sue Williams and Russell Young.
Ian and Ian's cardboard worm were part of a site-specific dance performance on June 24. You can actually check out the full video of the performance here. See if you can spot Ian!
"Site Specific performance at The Invisible Dog Art Center, with Choreographer Judith Sanchez Ruiz in collaboration with visual artist Ian Trask, composer John McGrew, and performers Simon Courchel, Simon Wehrli and Judith Sánchez Ruíz."
Fun write-up by Red Fred Bodoni about the Invisible Dog Art Center. Red Fred paid the Invisible Dog a visit and happened to hop onto Ian's permanent installation, called the "Fabric of the Cosmos" for a little explore. Check it out.
Figment NYC is an annual arts event celebrating participatory art and culture. For one weekend each year Governor's Island is bustling with visitors exploring installations and other art works. Inside New York wrote about the festival and featured Ian's sculpture in which he encouraged art-viewers to step on the artwork.