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New CoSM Partial Gallery @ Fifth and 14th in NYC Now Open! by ranchsauce
February 13, 2009, 2:50 pm
Filed under: art, ranchsauce


Dear CoSM Community,

Over the past year, we have become great friends with Jan Mathews, CEO of East West Living in Manhattan. East West has hosted numerous CoSM related presentations, including the recent official unveiling of Alex’s portrait of Barak Obama. East West Living is the planet’s most awesome spiritual book & gift store with a delightful vegetarian cafe on the mezzanine, and an event and yoga space upstairs.

As CoSM was closing its doors in Chelsea, Jan realized a mutual opportunity to transform the beautiful East West Yoga Studio into a magnificent gallery to include some of the most important works of art from the Chapel collection. Thanks to her generosity, the beautiful second floor studios at East West Living are now transforming into CoSM @ East West Gallery. Though the 21 piece Sacred Mirrors series will remain off view, in their “chrysalis” as CoSM Art Sanctuary in upstate New York undergoes its metamorphosis, many other popular works such as “Theologue”, “Cosmic Christ”, “Net of Being”, and Allyson’s “Nameless Presence” will be exhibited on the second floor at 78 Fifth Avenue @ 14th Street, a refuge for contemplation and renewal in the middle of New York City.

East West will continue to host yoga classes, workshops, movies, social events and rentals around the gallery schedule. CoSM’s Manhattan retail store will open at East West Gallery, with a complete selection of Alex Grey prints and posters, apparel and artistic gifts.

Love,

Alex and Allyson



About the new CosM Art Sancutary in Wappinger, NY:


Full Moon celebrations in 2009 will be hosted in a variety of locations and begin on the land after renovation has prepared a space for guests, anticipated for late spring 2009. The exhibition of Alex Grey’s Sacred Mirrors collection will not be open until the spring of 2010, after massive renovations of the existing brick exhibition hall.

www.cosm.org

NY Times CoSM Article

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