A beautiful new group show at Curious Matter


Draper alum Aaron Beebe is involved in an upcoming group show at Curious Matter!unnamed


Opening Reception for “Obsolescence” at Curious Matter

Please join me for the opening reception of a
beautiful new show by the intelligent and erudite team
at Curious Matter.

If you know these gentlemen,
you know that the show will be
gorgeously curated
and well worth the visit.

Saturday, October 18, 3:00 to 6:00 pm
at Curious Matter
272 Fifth Street, Jersey City

This special collaboration opens during the Jersey City Artist Studio Tour Weekend.
The exhibition will continue until November 18, the galleries are open Sundays noon to 3pm and by appointment

CURIOUS MATTER, 272 Fifth Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
PATH FROM NYC: Take the Newark/Journal Square bound PATH train from 33rd, 23rd, 14th or 9th Streets (all at 6th Ave.) or from Christopher Street or WTC. (Note: on weekends the train stops in Hoboken before continuing to Jersey City. Also, there is no train out of WTC on weekends.) Get off at GROVE STREET station. Exit and walk West on Newark Ave. When you reach Jersey Ave. make a right and continue to 5th Street. The gallery is to the left at 272 Fifth Street.
CURIOUS MATTER is an exhibition venue for contemporary visual art located in downtown Jersey City, NJ. Curious Matter exhibitions, publications and special events evidence the pursuit to understand and articulate our individual and collective experience of the world, real or imagined. Curious Matter is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization.
[w] www.curiousmatter.orgwww.facebook.com/curiousmatter [e] gallery@curiousmatter.org [t] 201-659-5771

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