JONATHAN COWAN: AFTER YOUR REVOLUTION November 6 – December 18, 2010

All Things Project presents its fourth and final show of 2010 with JONATHAN COWAN: After Your Revolution. On view for six weeks at the heart of a church, the exhibition presents the artist’s love and subversion of “craft” mediums, along with his interest in the phenomenological. Hot glue is formed into faces and torsos, traditional cross-stitching is turned photorealistic, and the Annunciation gets controversial again, in time for the Christmas season.

About the Artist Jonathan Cowan was born in 1982 in Temple, Texas. He attended San Antonio College and The University of Texas at San Antonio. He currently lives and works in New York City. His work has been exhibited at Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn, the New York Center for Arts and Media Studies (NYCAMS), and will be on view at 739 Mass Street Flash Space near Kansas City, Kansas. More info at:

JONATHAN COWAN: AFTER YOUR REVOLUTION is the fourth exhibition of All Things Project in 2010 and closes the gallery’s second year of exhibitions organized by curator Samuel Kho. The curatorial appointment is made possible by a generous grant from the Mustard Seed Foundation, matched by individual gifts. All Things Project and its gallery are part of the Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village (NCGV), a house of worship that unabashedly supports cutting-edge visual practices, thoughtful lectures, as well as music and spoken word performances. More info at and

Opening reception: 7:00-9:00 p.m., Saturday, November 6, 2010; Artist talk with curator: 8:00 p.m., Saturday, November 6, 2010

JONATHAN COWAN: AFTER YOUR REVOLUTION, November 6 – December 18, 2010

Please call for gallery hours or to make an appointment.
Admission is free and open to the public.

All Things Project @ NCGV
269 Bleecker Street,
New York, NY 10014 (Between Sixth and Seventh Avenues); (Subway A,C, E, B,D,F,M – West 4th / 1, Christopher St.);

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