Closing party: homework presents Traces & Visions
- 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Thursday May 26, 2022
- Lobby | Ace Hotel New York
homework presents: Julian Chams – Traces and Visions
May 5 – 30
Join us for the closing party on May 26.
Born in Colombia and based in Brooklyn, Julian Chams last presented work in at homework’s group exhibition, “v00001,” during Miami Art Week 2021. Working within multiple mediums including painting and sculpture, the artist shows a predilection throughout his work for time, nature, and the connection humanity has with both.
“The work in this exhibition is the culmination of a period of experimentation I have been going through for several years. After exploring different directions, I have arrived at a place where all the pieces have come together. At the same time it feels like a starting point, like I have just laid down the foundation upon which I can build the rest of my art practice.” — Julián Chams
homework is an innovative, nomadic art gallery that follows and disrupts the rhythm of the art world, while giving exposure and access to a new stock of artists and collectors. Imagined by Aurelio Aguiló and Mayra Mejia, homework is committed to breaking down the walls of the traditional art world, democratizing it for all.
Activating experimental spaces across the globe, homework’s mission is to connect people through stories, making the art-consuming experience warm and accessible while always prioritizing quality and integrity.
homework will also be exhibiting works by several artisans and artists from around the world, visual arts books from the Dominican editorial platform Ediciones de a Poco, and custom designed merch made especially for this residency.
Other events happening on May 26, 2022
Thursdays' Lobby Nights at Lobby
Keep the mood up while the sun dips, with DJ sets each Thursday from 7pm to midnight!
Upcoming events at Ace Hotel New York
Wednesdays' Lobby Nights at
Dance a little, why don’t you. Every Wednesday through Saturday, our booth is a haven for DJs spinning disco, funk and good times.
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