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Chashama Harlem Arts Factory Fest

7 Oct

I’m honored to participate in Chashama’s Harlem Arts Factory Fest next weekend. I will be presenting a brand new mural on 126th street. It should be a great turnout with lots of open studios, murals and transformed exhibition spaces to view.

Looking forward to seeing you there!


A Weekend- Long Celebration of Art, Performances, and Open Studios

461 West 126th street New York New York 10027

Saturday, October 12 from 12-6pm; Sunday October 13 from 12-6pm.


3 upcoming shows

7 Mar

Hi all,

Its been a minute since I last posted- I apologize for the disconnect. I just moved my apartment and well we all know what it’s like to uproot your home and relocate it. Especially when you been in the spot for 8 years. My landlord raised the rent $600 in my Sunnyside, Queens neighborhood and thats when I realized- she’s nuts and I had to go! GREEDY SLUMLORDS- New York is filled with them. The positive thing is I got a dope new spot in LIC/ Astoria border right by the water and parks and in a community that I have done a lot of work in- Welling Court. My new landlord is a community organizer and activist and I can actually chill with him, what a relief!!!! So with that I think my move is a positive one and I am truly looking forward to building more with my new community. I am also excited for my long walks to the park and bike rides along the water to come!!!!

On a biz note- I have 3 shows coming up. The first is a show with @MightyTanaka who has been repping me for the past year or so- I enjoy working with Alex, he is good people. It’s important for me to work with honest people who are truly making things happen in our community and contributing to the support of artists who need it….

So heres the info for this show:

The next show:

DANGER TO THE DARKNESS: An Art Exhibit Benefiting A21

March 16, 2013 – April 13, 2013

Harlem, NY – Heath Gallery is proud to present “Danger to the Darkness”, a group art exhibition and fundraiser in support of The A21 Campaign, an organization committed to abolishing slavery and human trafficking in the 21st century.As passionately expressed by co-founder Christine Caine, the tragedy of kidnapping and sexual exploitation is a very real, prominent evil that can be prevented and eliminated through education, awareness, and action. Enter: Heath Gallery, with a fresh army of art activists.

“Danger to the Darkness” enlists creative minds from all disciplines to share glimpses of those powers that shine light into the dimmest corners of our collective existence.The walls of the landmark Harlem brownstone will be lined with thoughtfully assembled, personal images of redemption and triumph, and whose manifestations are fundamental testaments to the fortitude and resilience of the human spirit.

The Heath Gallery family invites you to join in contemplation and support of an urgent cause – one that can often seem worlds away.

Proceeds from the sale of all exhibited artwork will be used towards creating a safer, more peaceful global community via The A21 Campaign. Donations will also be accepted on a continuous basis throughout the duration of the exhibition. For more information about their work and mission,,or take part in the dialogue at our opening reception:

Saturday, March 16th, 6-9pm Heath Gallery
24 West 120th Street Harlem, NY 10027

Curated by Mike McManus and Aaron Valentin


and the final exhibit is on March 14th from 7-11pm.

Edited 5 free esam e-invite no branding

Please come through to support this artist who has been incriminated for posting posters around NYC about drones. Great chance to support artists and get some good art for reasonable prices.


I’ll also keep you posted about my upcoming projects for Spring- Sing For Hope Pianos, Mural in Bushwick 5 pointz and collaborations with some AMAZING women!!!

Thanks for all the continued support folks- I love that you are part of the process of dreams coming true~

Art Basel Recap

12 Dec

Back to back- nonstop this fall!!! I’m so ready for a rested vacation on the beach somewhere secluded. No rest for me until after my next solo show at Weldon Arts this winter. For this art basel me and my studio collective went to Miami to do a show at Miami Light Project. We did an exhibition entitled PREMIERE and an exterior mural production. It was so much fun! Thanks to the staff at Miami Light Project- Beth Boone, Sevim, Rebekah, Estelle, Megan, Simone and Justin. Thanks to Clyde Valentin from Hi Arts, George at All the Right and Scott and Steve from Ur place for sponsoring the event. We appreciate all the support! Check out the select photos below.




IMG_4839QA, KET, and PHETUS having fun during installation.

IMG_4842Carlos Mare striking a pose after installing his sculpture.

IMG_4848Ket getting it in at Miami Light Project for his installation.

IMG_4859Ezo doing a FREE AGENTS piece at Miami Light Project.

IMG_4864Dinner at Lost & Found- Phetus signs a polaroid that Ket took of us. Haven’t laughed this hard in a LOOOOONG time- good times

IMG_4885FREE AGENTS piece complete by Ezo.

IMG_4888AM prints hanging at Miami Light Project.

IMG_4892Phetus, Mare, and Beth Boone at Miami Light Project.

IMG_4905Me during opening night – photo by Ket.

IMG_4909Ket during opening night at MLP.

IMG_4915Phetus opening night.

IMG_4918Beth Boone and Tomas at MLP.

IMG_4922Queen Andrea opening night.

IMG_4926Klass reppin his subway maps. KLASSMATIC!

IMG_4931EZO opening night showing his amazing resin coated paintings.

IMG_4963Phetus getting down on the lift wearing an ALL THE RIGHT sponsored tee.

IMG_5029Beth hooked up these banners that were displayed in the city during Art Basel. Such a great surprise!!!

IMG_5068Our last night celebrating with Beth at Wynwood Cafe.

IMG_5085Roll call on the wall with thanks to MLP, Hi Arts and All the Right.

IMG_5098My installation at MLP.

IMG_5106Megan and Estelle holding it down during closing night:) Thanks for all your support ladies!

IMG_5111My fertility goddess rug displayed during the show- these can be purchased at

IMG_5132Because we had such little time I had to finish painting until the very last minute. This wall was complete at 4:30 am and I had to be at the airport by 5am. No sleep!!! See you next year MIAMI!!!!!



PURPLE recap

26 Nov

Hi all,

It has been a crazy whirlwind of shows, murals and events this season. NONSTOP. The PURPLE exhibition was a great success and I felt really great about showing next to some of the dopest ladies in the game today. Please see some recap photos to get a sense of how the show went if you weren’t there.

Thanks to all the artists in the show- Diana McClure, Gilf!, Lady Pink, Lichiban, MissVan, Olek, Priscila de Carvalho, Queen Andrea, Ritzy Periwinkle, and Sofia Maldonado. I also want to give a very special thank you to Tracy, Nina and Mark at Causey Contemporary Gallery who have been a great pleasure to work with for this exhibition. A special thank you to Lenny Collado who assisted in hanging the show, Yvette Devito for all her continued work and support of the collective, Free5 who is always their with a helping hand and supportive of any work we do, Doc who blessed us with his great music selection opening night and Shir Lieberman who is Olek’s assistant and pitched in to help with the signage of the show.  Last but not least THANKS to all of you who supported and attended the show at some point during the month. Your support is greatly appreciated, THANK YOU ALL!

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AM at FOUNTAIN ART FAIR with Mighty Tanaka- 3.9-11.12

6 Mar

Hey all,

Please come by this weekend and check out Fountain Art Fair. I will be showing with Mighty Tanaka. Hope to see you all there:)

“Lost &Found” at Mighty Tanaka- 1.13.12

10 Jan

Hey all,

I’m honored to be part of this group show on Friday- please come through and peep some amazing art. See ya there!

Lost & Found, our first show of 2012, explores the usage of found materials and how artists choose to reinterpret the world around them.  Featuring the artwork of five very different artists, Adam VoidAlice MizrachiCurtis Readel, ELLE &John Breiner, their work both compliments and juxtaposes, as they express themselves through a myriad of techniques and approaches centering around artwork created from found objects.

Lost & Found Opening Reception:

 Friday, January 13th

(show runs until February 5th)

6pm – 9pm

 111 Front Street, Suite 224

 (F Train to York Street, A/C Train to High Street)

Mighty Tanaka presents:

Lost & Found

Featuring the artwork of Adam Void, Alice Mizrachi, Curtis Readel, ELLE & John Briener

Look around you; the world is full of art.  We all know the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, however, some individuals choose to take that phrase to heart.  Artists from a range of disciplines utilize a world of scattered debris, creating an array of striking creations from the items that many people would find worthless.  Mighty Tanaka is pleased to bring you our first show of 2012 entitled Lost & Found, a group show of found objects and the artwork that is created from them.  Featuring the vision of Adam VoidAlice MizrachiCurtis ReadelELLE & John Breiner, each artist represents a unique idea of the world through their chosen method of creation.

Lost & Found intends to demonstrate a cross-section of aesthetic interpretation of objects that are generally taken for granted in daily life.  Artwork made from found materials provides the artist with an endless amount of inspiration, as all the necessary components are easily accessible and free to use.  This is the art of the juxtaposition, both complimenting and conflicting itself, as the work is literally born from the streets and transformed into something that is new, exciting and fresh.

Through the usage of mediums such as old beat up currency, abandoned pieces of wood, detached doors and tattered textiles, the artist is able to rebuild forgotten memories and forge them into a new identity.  Lost & Found offers the viewer the opportunity to reconnect with the pieces of the past and the chance to begin anew.

Bazel Gallery exhibition recap

14 Aug

BACK HOME after traveling to Paris and Israel for the past month. I truly feel blessed and so happy to have showed in 2 of my favorite places- PARIS and ISRAEL. Thanks to all who supported and showed love . THANK YOU!!!!

Please see some pics below and stay tuned for the next 3 exhibitions…

ahhhh how I needed the sun when I got there! After the long NY winter and cold and rainy in Paris I was ready for that sun:)

promoting my show without even knowing it! haha

Bazel Gallery installation is Tel Aviv, Israel. 2011

I love this piece- was the first to sell in this show….

great turnout with such amazing supportive people!

One of my faves in the show- my dad was there while I was making this one and he asked me to add the feather. He also helped affix the piece inside the tire. A father/ daughter collaboration:)

Paula defintely did a good job tending bar, noone was thirsty. Thanks Paula!

the beautiful couple!- Sharon, where’s my dress? haha

Was great having Know Hope stop by- I’m a fan of his work.

This is one of my favorite pics- I want to paint this.

I love u!

My amazing Family came to support my work! Love this crew

Left Israel way too soon but at least I had enough time to see this beautiful sunset:) be back there soon.

Thanks to Bazel Gallery, my TLV community and the family for making my trip an amazing experience! See you next year.

The Drip Series solo exhibtion- BAZEL GALLERY/ Tel Aviv, Israel 8.5.11

28 Jul

Hey all:)

My travels up to now have been really inspiring. I have spent the past few days working in Tel Aviv installing a new solo exhibition. I feel so blessed to be able to show my work in the city my parents come from.

If you’re in Tel Aviv, please come to the opening or even before to drop by and say hello. Info is posted below on flier:

Bazel Gallery Presents: The Drip Series, a solo exhibtion by AM.

Opening Reception: August 5, 2011 from 10 am-3pm.

Rehov Hashlah 1 Pinat Basel, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Please come by and check it out.

GIVE ME A WALL FESTIVAL presents AM solo exhibtion @Galerie 154-Paris

17 Jul

hey guys! I’m in PARIEEEE for a solo exhibition with GIVE ME A WALL FESTIVAL at Galerie 154. Come check me out if u in the city of lights ..

GIVE ME A WALL FESTIVAL at Galerie 154 presents “A Piece of the Wall- The Drip Series” by AM (Alice Mizrachi)

Opening exhibition: July 17, 2011; Exhibition dates: July 17, 2011- July 31, 2011

Galerie 154: 154 rue Oberkampf 75020 Paris

HONEYCOMB ARTS “RITUAL” exhibtion recap 2011

13 Jul

WHEWWWWW! It has been a very busy week! With 2 openings in 1 night and a big installation for The Honeycomb show- I haven’t slept very much.
Thanks to all who came thru to support last nights exhibtions both at Causey Contemporary Gallery and Powerhouse Arena. If you missed it, the show is open until the end of August and you can view the flier in previous posts. I took many photos last night but here are a few real quick. Gotta get ready for my solo show in Paris and then Israel- I leave this FRIDAY!!! SO excited. Stay tuned for more of my adventures.

I want to give a very special THANK YOU and congrats to my best friend Trystan Bates for doing an incredible curatorial job with this Honeycomb show and really bridging the gap between international artists. It is so needed and so much fun- I LOVE U TRYS!! THANKS to all the Honeycomb artists for being a great team and helping us install the show:) The work speaks for itself!

Another thank you goes out to Alex Emmart from Mighty Tanaka for including me in the Under the Influence show at Powerhouse Arena. I heard it was a great success!!!

My installation for the show.

Trystan Bates (director of Honeycomb Arts), Minni Bates and me pose in front of Trystan’s piece
These walls stand in the center of the space and were built by Jaz with a lending hand by the rest of the Honeycomb crew. Cern’s balloon installation up top was awesome!

FREE5 gets down and installs some new work using pastel.

David Shillinglaw’s dope mural! Was great meeting him n Joanna:)

Trystan Bates work.

SO HOT in this space but Maria had a fan to make sure she stayed cool- great idea! The amazing thing is was so hot yet people were still hanging cause the work was so inspirational.

Ricky Lee Gordon from South Africa gets down on a wall across from the gallery. DOPE ARTIST!

Some of the artists from the show- I wish we got a group shot of all the artists to mark this moment in history, it was one of the best shows I’ve been to in a while!!!!

More pics of the artwork to come- this is just some:)

See link for press release.