Museum Association of New York members are warmly welcomed to join the September 6th Member Meet Up, hosted at the Edison Price Lighting Gallery. Improve your museum's efficiency and visitor experience through lighting! At 3:30pm, learn how lighting can monitor usage, redeem energy rebates, send push notifications, and more (1 AIA CEU credit). At 5:30pm, enjoy light refreshments and an opportunity to meet fellow museum colleagues. For more details and RSVP, click here.
Call for artists
Calling for submissions to the upcoming exhibition, reVISIONed. Click here for details.
Edison Price Lighting Gallery is currently exhibiting REFRACTION, a group multimedia exhibition featuring light-inspired artwork. Light’s ubiquity makes it a force beyond our scope. It is understood only through refracted forms—through color, vibrancy, ambiance, tone, and movement. These forms reclaim center stage in REFRACTION.
REFRACTON features artists who work in, or are inspired by, light: Adrienne Moumin, Alex Rossini, Carlos Inclan, Christine Sciulli, David Chan, Francis Milloy, Garrett Carroll, Gene Lambert, Greg Day, Jason A. Cina, Jason Krugman, John Folchi John Procario, Kenny Greenberg, Leni Morante, Nargiza Usmanova, Peter Bynum, and Stephen Bickford.
The following video is of 'Prismatic', by Kenny Greenberg, and was recorded during the opening reception of Refraction.
The Edison Price Lighting Gallery celebrates art that is local or light-based. Located in the Long Island City arts and manufacturing community, the Gallery is surrounded by urban artists who craft from raw materials. It is sited above Edison Price Lighting's metal-working factory, where sixty people too craft raw materials with their hands and machines. The two final works -- art and luminaires -- intersect in the Gallery.
The Gallery joins over 450 art institutions illuminated by Edison Price Lighting. The only difference is here, we encourage you to look up, and reconsider the lighting. Though it has been designed to blend into the architecture, consider the luminaire's interaction with the art. And even consider the luminaire as the culmination of decades of design, and as art itself.
The Gallery is dedicated to our founder, Edison Price (1918 - 1997), whose innovations – including recessed fixtures with spun aluminum reflectors, continuous lighting track, and wall grazing systems – illuminated many of the most beautiful spaces built in his time. This Gallery is an homage to a man who showed that product design and manufacture can, and should, be pursued as an art.
Slices of Bubbles, by Carlos Inclán
Reflection, refraction, caustic curves: Watch light dynamically interact with dichroic film as it cross-fades from Darklite AR111 fixtures installed in the Gallery.
'Chapter 2' exhibited works by alumni of the Queens Council for the Arts' High School to Arts School program, showcasing the talent emerging from young neighboring artists. 'Light Inspired' exhibited works by lighting designers, who are dedicated to the interpretation and inspiration of light.
'Made in LIC, NYC: a collection of Light & Art' illustrated the diversity of artwork created within a few block's radius of Edison Price Lighting. See its Gallery Guide.
EVENTS & MOCK UPS
The Gallery is available for meeting and events. It's convenient location (accessible by 7 subway lines), privacy, and art-filled design make it an ideal space to host events. Contact us with your preferred date.
The Gallery is available for lighting mock-ups. The Gallery includes track systems to test track lighting and an exposed ceiling layout to test recessed lighting. Contact us with your mock up needs.
visit THE GALLERY
Visitors are welcome by appointment. Contact us for arrangements.
reVISIONed will exhibit artwork featuring manufacturing or found materials as either their form of construction or their subject matter. reVISIONed explores the inherent and created connection between manufacturing, everyday objects, and art.
Artists are welcomed to submit final pieces, or new works incorporating materials created by the Edison Price Lighting factory. Raw metal scraps, shavings, laser cut outs, hand-spun cylinders, and more are available to exhibiting artists (see examples above). These materials may be used for a piece exhibited in reVISIONed, or may be used for other works by the artists.
New York City artists are welcomed to submit final works or proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions will be accepted until September 31, 2017. The exhibit will open January 2018.