REMAKE / REMODEL

July 31, 2020 – August 30, 2020

Curated by Amelia Biewald and Jason Clay Lewis

The Royal @ RSOAA is pleased to present, REMAKE / REMODEL a group exhibition curated by Amelia Biewald and Jason Clay Lewis featuring artists Nicole Awai, Julia Blume, Michael Pribich, Esperanza Cortés, Kris Rac, Cecile Chong, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Yuliya Lanina, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Julien Tomasello, Tessa Krieg, Elena Chestnykh, and Benjamin Cabral.

The seemingly endless storm of recent events has me thinking of ways artists interpret and process their surroundings. The creation of art reflects the artist’s response to their world, and that can be both beautiful and ugly.

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Annie Forrest & Molly Bergstrom

Social Distance

April. 17th – May. 17th, 2020

Curated by Ilona Golovina and Jason Clay Lewis

The Royal @ RSOAA is pleased to present, Social Distance a group exhibition curated by Ilona Golovina and Jason Clay Lewis featuring artists Annie Forrest & Molly Disa Bergström, Yuvraj Khanna, Ye Fan, Shannon Finnell & Kristi Cole, Ruofan Chen, Cait McCormack, and schwartzy.

We all find ourselves in a difficult situation, stuck alone in our homes with no physical interaction and connection with family and friends. The work in the exhibition reflects on isolation and the mental hardship of being alone.

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Beyond The Instant Closing Brunch

Dear Royal friends,

Please join us on Sunday October 20th from 12 – 3 pm for the closing reception of Beyond The Instant.

This is a last chance to see this group show curated by Ilona Golovina, featuring work by Drew Leventhal, Stephanie CortazzoVera Saldivar de Lira, Jean Marie Casbarian and Maddalena Arcelloni.

There will be mimosas and snacks!

Special thanks to Josh Matthews for providing delicious Dip Me Down hummus for the event!

See you at The Royal!
400 S 2nd st 11211, Brooklyn, NY

I ART New York interviews The Royal Society of American Art

Izabela and Rebecca interview one of its founders, Jason Clay Lewis, and two partner curators, Amelia Biewald, and Janet Rutkowski. Lewis, Biewald, and Rutkowski discuss exhibitions at the RSOAA’s gallery,The Royal, the history of the development of the RSOAA, and their personal artistic and curatorial processes. Additionally, Lewis reveals the RSOAA’s newest endeavor launching this month; a free and open artists’ registry with the aim of creating The Royal List an online platform for artists. The intro track is “1969” by the band American Nomads from their new single and the outro is their track titled “A Revelation’s Gonna Come”.

RG Magazine spotlight on Janet Rutkowski

Janet Rutkowski featured in RG magazine:

Art can be produced in so many various mediums there is no limit to what someone can do. From painting to welding the possibilities are endless. For the general public they rarely equate art outside of painting and drawing. Yet there are those who have been privy to the amazing work of sculpture using all types of materials. Artists like Janet Rutkowski have offered the public a taste of that type of art. Her love of art began in her early 20’s during her years at the High School of Art and Design in NYC. There she studied drawing, painting, fashion illustration, and advertising.”

Read More:

https://www.rgmagazine.com/molding-her-way-into-the-art-world-janet-rutkowski-by-nick-christophers/