New Works


Enzo Sarto Cannot Be Stopped

March 24, 2015

There is an inherent shock value when viewing the work of Enzo Sarto. Executed in a clean and crisp manner, Sarto’s photographs highlight a deceptive innocence that demands attention. Although stating that his work “is about passions, prejudices, and fear,” a specific clarification, such as why a little girl wears a bandana around her face like a vandal and holds a gun as if she just committed murder, remains elusive. Politically and socially charged images, such as Candor Dat Viribus Alas (Truth Gives Wings to Strength), infiltrate much of Sarto’s work, producing a dialogue that begs for an explanation.  Candor Dat Viribus Alas (Truth Gives Wings to Strength)   The portraits of Sarto’s work tend to revolve between two categories:... Continue Reading →

SCOPE - New York 2015

March 05, 2015

Station 16 Gallery is excited return to the Big Apple this weekend to exhibit at SCOPE Art Show.  As one of the largest contemporary art fairs, SCOPE engages with an increasingly international audience and attracts visitors worldwide. Known for its ability to forecast visual trends and emerging artists, SCOPE has a history of innovative curation and presentation. This year marks SCOPE's 15th anniversary of the art fair's New York exhibition, occurring simultaneously with The Amory Show.  With 60 galleries from across the globe exhibiting at SCOPE, Station 16 will feature all local artists to showcase emerging talent in contemporary, Canadian art.  123Klan Peter Andrew & Derek Blais Jason Botkin & Jeremy Shantz Stikki Peaches Whatisadam  For those not in New York, please... Continue Reading →

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