FORCES — The TAX Collection & Tambaran2 Gallery group show opens

The TAX collection is an online media powerhouse dedicated to showcasing contemporary artists. Tambaran2 is an Upper East Side art gallery focused on museum-quality tribal artwork. The two companies have previously collaborated on three exhibitions (Far-Off, Americana, and Passage).

10011 was invited to experience the opening of FORCES, a group show exhibiting five artists exploring natural phenomena in multiple media. Amelia Paige (Instagram) photographed the event, focusing on the art’s tangibility.

FORCES features the work of Norman Mooney, Tarrise King, Sarrita King, Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi, and Ted Collier.


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