Vincent Giarrano is pleased to be presenting a recent body of work aimed at capturing a group of young women who have made New York City their home. Where can you catch a view?
Gallery Henoch in New York City is the proud venue for Vincent Giarrano’s recent body of work titled “New York City Women.” In this series, the artist records a group of young women who have made Manhattan their home. “Many of his subjects are involved in the clothing industry as fashion designers, models, and provocateurs,” the gallery writes. “Like a reporter, Giarrano paints the details that surround their everyday lives, from postcard-laden walls of studio apartments to local hangouts. In doing so he documents their burgeoning independence and self-reliance.”
The exhibition will open today, June 15, and run through July 8. To learn more, visit Gallery Henoch.
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