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In today’s cities, bars and restaurants are more than an eating and drinking place, especially in metropolitan areas such as New York City. Gathering environments supplant traditional family dinners to meet the needs of the city culture. This tradition appears in a dynamic way as a ritual, where we meet and have dialogue to associate with the surroundings we live in. In regards to this, Ayza striv

es to be a part of the dynamic change in this cosmopolitan city by bringing art to its surroundings. Ayza is reserving its windows for artists on a busy street in the heart of West Village. The concept in itself plays a role between the private sphere and the public area. By bringing art in the street, AyzART breaks the conventions of gallery space in an attempt to offer a demotic approach of art, expanding the audience and the possibilities of interactions. It brings the interior out, and the exterior in rather then using art as a decorative piece. The area allocated intends to bring the question of the relationship between artistic creativity and limited space. Thus, it enhances the creativity of both emerging and established artists to curate and develop their own exhibition. Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar
Ayza is a perfect combination of romantic restaurant & elegant wine bar, providing an impeccable, first-class dining experience. The unique menu, coupled with a selection of over 90 fine wines and champagnes from all over the world, creates a truly remarkable experience. Ayza café, wine and chocolate bar, offers its patrons first-rate food and wines in an elegant, yet comfortable atmosphere, in which to dine, meet friends, or have drinks after work.

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EN DONDE LOS DOS NOS ENCONTREMOS /MIXED-MEDIA INSTALLATION
06/17/2015

EN DONDE LOS DOS NOS ENCONTREMOS
/MIXED-MEDIA INSTALLATION

opening reception
05/12/2015

opening reception

We are so happy and proud to announce the latest work of AyzART's curator  Disli The     that Disli has been working on ...
05/05/2015

We are so happy and proud to announce the latest work of AyzART's curator Disli

The that Disli has been working on during my at . This work, titled , is part of a series based on her long-term project centered around Euphrates River, her hometown Urfa and Mesopotamia. It focuses on transformation, the delicate cycle of life and our perception and interruption of it.

04/28/2015

AyzART, independent, nonprofit, art space

opening reception
03/17/2015

opening reception

Last minutes to see our current show at Ayzart is an independent, nonprofit art space. by Shani Ha here are some publica...
03/14/2015

Last minutes to see our current show at Ayzart is an independent, nonprofit art space. by Shani Ha here are some publications. http://www.repubblica.it/…/ny_il_tavolo_della_relazione…/1/… http://www.arq4design.com/…/table-for-two-interactive-inte…/ http://designcollector.net/table-for-two/ http://www.gooood.hk/table-for-two-by-shani-ha.htm http://www.architectureoflife.net/…/table-for-two-together…/

Un tavolino di un bistrò newyorkese è stato trasformato in un'installazione interattiva dall'artista francese Shani Ha . Una metà del tavolo è collocata all'interno, mentre l'altra è all'esterno del locale, situato all'angolo tra la 7th Avenue e Carmine Street, in

on our Current exhibition at Ayzart is an independent, nonprofit art space. by artist Shani Ha
03/10/2015

on our Current exhibition at Ayzart is an independent, nonprofit art space. by artist Shani Ha

The installation, which is split in half by a restaurant window, encourages us to disconnect from our phones and reconnect with people.

site-specific interactive installation
01/28/2015

site-specific interactive installation

We are so proud to announce our brand new web site!
01/22/2015

We are so proud to announce our brand new web site!

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Exhibition opening reception! December 7th, 2014
01/01/2015

Exhibition opening reception! December 7th, 2014

We are happy to announce that our exhibition, URBAN CHARACTERS, has been extended until December 4th!
11/25/2014

We are happy to announce that our exhibition, URBAN CHARACTERS, has been extended until December 4th!

MIXED MEDIA INSTALLATION BY F***Y ALLIÉ
11/25/2014

MIXED MEDIA INSTALLATION BY F***Y ALLIÉ

Donna Troy Cleary exhibition opening at AyzART
08/08/2014

Donna Troy Cleary exhibition opening at AyzART

A great article about our last show!
08/07/2014

A great article about our last show!

A new art installation at a popular West Village wine and dessert bar is catching the eye of many neighborhood residents. Featured on display inside the Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar’s window is an i...

Press ReleaseThrough the use of found and readymade materials, the sculptor Donna Cleary expresses the tension between o...
07/25/2014

Press Release

Through the use of found and readymade materials, the sculptor Donna Cleary expresses the tension between organic and inorganic forms, these opposing but interdependent elements intertwine in her art like the two inseparable halves of a strand of DNA.

In her newest work Helix (2014), industrial yellow tubing protrudes from the body of an antique mannequin. The entire installation is lit from within by an unnatural glow, as if the rubber tubing were connected to an infernal machine designed to suck the light force out of the anthropomorphic figure. This theme of suction is further reinforced by the artificial feeding ni**le for a baby cow that adorns the figure’s left breast.

On closer inspection however, it appears that there can be no extraction taking place, since the tubing leads at points, back to the source from whence it came. What’s more, the feedback loop is broken: harsh white light gushes from a hole in the mannequin’s pelvis and leaks out around the edges of the ni**le like ever so much spilt milk.

It is only once we have fully processed the technical inefficiency of this arrangement that its true meaning and purpose come into focus: Helix is both a cry of protest against the heartless ethos of the industrialist, and an impassioned confirmation of the ethos of the artist. This is art for arts sake, a valiant gesture in a world ruled by utility and profit.
AyzART, a wine and chocolate bar with a dedicated art space in the heart of the West Village, aims to connect with street art and its audience, while opening up a creative dialogue between the two. The mission of AyzART is to break the convention of a gallery space by making its large street-level windows available for emerging and established artists to develop their own exhibitions. We seek to bring together artists of different generations and backgrounds as we celebrate gifted visual artists whose practice ties in with AyzART’s vision: making art visible in the community’s landscape, open to the eyes of the street.
For more information, please contact AyzART curator Sinem Disli at [email protected]

HELIX | MIXED MEDIA INSTALLATION BY DONNA CLEARY
07/22/2014

HELIX | MIXED MEDIA INSTALLATION BY DONNA CLEARY

Mixed-Media installation
07/15/2014

Mixed-Media installation

06/12/2014

NOIR AGE – Richard Vergez
On view June 16th through July 18th, 2014
Opening Reception: June 16th, 6-9 PM
AyzART, One 7th Avenue South, West Village


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AyzART, an independent, non-profit art space, is pleased to present the site-specific mixed media installation Noir Age by Richard Vergez who is a Cuban-American visual artist. Vergez was born in Philadelphia, PA, and currently works and resides in Brooklyn, NY. His background in graphic design and audio/visual collaboration is reflected though his hand-made collaged works on paper and mixed media. Imagery that combines both human and technological elements relates to ideas surrounding an ever-evolving modern identity. His work has been featured at No Romance Galleries in TriBeCa, Chicago Urban Arts Society and Kids of Dada in London; as well as numerous blogs and international publications such as PluzUltra in Argentina, Mekanik Copulaire from France, Upper Playground and Stylesight in the US. His work is will be published this Summer in a new book by Barcelona- based publishing house Index Book, called under the name of CUT OUT FOR COLLAGE.

Angelica Vergel, in her review of Vergez work, relates the following: “It’s easy to point out Richard Vergez’s influences: Dada, Surrealism, and any movement deemed avant-garde. However, unlike his predecessors, Vergez’s collages are neither chance arrangements or nonsensical, but rather these mass-produced images are carefully composed constructions that are minimalistic and aesthetically clean. Vergez manages to reflect on his influences, but takes their photomontage technique and edits down to the essentials: shapes affecting objects, landscapes and the people who inhibit in these spaces. His use of negative space creates a focal point on a narrative that is both abstract and concrete. What is presented are isolated environments in which humans become architecture becoming objects, or is it the other way around? These cut-and-paste collages are whimsical, funny, sensual, and at times violent. These themes, also found in Vergez's graphic design and sound work, are a reflection of each practice. This multi-disciplinary approach experiments with elements of space, form, and time, and are in dialogue with each other. There is so much mystery within Vergez’s work, but personally they are the type of mystery that I rather keep as indefinite; instead I want to be immersed by the unknown in his creations.”

AyzART, a wine and chocolate bar with a dedicated art space in the heart of the West Village, aims to connect with street art and its audience, while opening up a creative dialogue between the two. The mission of AyzART is to break the convention of a gallery space by making its large street-level windows available for emerging and established artists to develop their own exhibitions. We seek to bring together artists of different generations and backgrounds as we celebrate gifted visual artist Richard Vergez whose practice ties in with AyzART’s vision: making art visible in the community’s landscape, open to the eyes of the street.

For more information, please contact AyzART curator Sinem Disli at [email protected]

PAINTING, MIXED - MEDIA INSTALLATION- May 12th, photos by David Nakabayashi
05/26/2014

PAINTING, MIXED - MEDIA INSTALLATION- May 12th, photos by David Nakabayashi

Hello Friends, there is a Turkish Film Festival in NYC, May 16-25. Check it out.
05/13/2014

Hello Friends, there is a Turkish Film Festival in NYC, May 16-25. Check it out.

This film has been generously adopted by Ridgewood Ladies Book Club (Screening Sponsor)CapitAlinka Investments (Venue Sponsor)Kismet Limousine (Transportation Sponsor)

Module | Pulse, opening reception
04/15/2014

Module | Pulse, opening reception

Ata Kam Module | Pulse at time and space
04/15/2014

Ata Kam Module | Pulse at time and space

Yusuf Sevincli is a photographer from Istanbul, Turkey. Published his first book Good Dog in 2012 by Filigranes Editions, France.

POTEMKIN TOWERS AND THE ETERNAL RECURRENCE / MIXED - MEDIA INSTALLATION-Opening Reception
03/20/2014

POTEMKIN TOWERS AND THE ETERNAL RECURRENCE / MIXED - MEDIA INSTALLATION-Opening Reception

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Excited Particles – Paul Rothman
On view through February 17th– March 14th, 2014
Opening Reception February 17th, 6-9 PM
AyzART, One 7th Avenue South, West Village, New York

Press Release
AyzART independent, nonprofit art space is pleased to present Paul Rothman site-specific interactive light installation: "Excited Particles" is a piece that asks the viewer to engage and test its boundaries. It is an electronic installation with a life-like and organic personality. With the AyzArt show, “I'm very interested to see how the viewer interactions differ from those seen in a gallery setting. The public setting provides new opportunity to engage with a new type of viewer: the one that doesn't expect to be interacting with a piece of art. The element of surprise is present in a gallery to some degree but the connection is made fairly quickly. Without expectation of interacting with a window installation, it is my hope that passersby stop and engage with the work. Potentially creating a memorable moment.” says artist Paul Rothman
For AyzART, a triangular shaped storefront, which also serves as a contemporary art venue at the bustling intersection of Carmine and 7th Avenue South, the artist built an installation with detecting elements as illuminating light installation. The process relies on the sensors, inviting the visitor to enter the journey. The public is invited to interact with the installation, by moving the hand, for instance, or getting closer to the bulbs. The dazzling light formations are the result of human movements.
As a metaphor for real-life interactions, the artist aims to highlight a type of connection between related variables that usually goes unnoticed. The work tells us that everything moving around us is affected by each other inevitably. It is all around you, either bumping into each other or vibrating back and forth. The motion creates forms of energy that are transformed into something else by our own action, literarily and figuratively. Nothing disappears and everything in the universe exists in different physical forms.
Paul Rothman is a graduate of NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. His work explores the relationship between people and technology. By using electronics as a means to control light and sound stimuli, he aims to create meaningful interactions between his work and the viewer.
With this exhibition, AyzART reinfornce its connection to street art, opening up a creative dialogue between the installations and the viewer. The mission of AyzART, a pop up gallery host in a wine and chocolate bar in the heart of the West Village, is to break the conventions of a gallery space, making its large street-level windows available for emerging and established artists. As a matter of fact, Paul Rothman’s show brings together artists of different generations and backgrounds and ties in with AyzART’s vision: making art visible in the community’s landscape, open to the eyes of the street.
For more information, please contact AyzART curator Sinem Disli at [email protected]
Press Release

AyzART independent, nonprofit art space is pleased to present Etty Yaniv’s site-specific installation she built for her show “The Third Landscape” at AyzART. Sculptural, layered, and largely drawing-based, Yaniv’s 3-D paper-installation at AyzART forms an immersive environment that oscillates between urban architecture and biomorphic fragments, landscape and topography, diagram and gesture. This Bushwick-based artist’s installations typically draw upon urban places in transition she has lived in, while blurring the lines between actual and imagined spaces, inviting the viewer to enter an invented yet familiar environment. Her process is labor intensive, intuitive, and rooted in the moment. It involves elaborate layering with great attention to detail, surface, pattern and rhythm. Yaniv begins by integrating hundreds of paper pieces, including scraps from her drawings, ink marks and fragments from photos of urban architecture. While from a distance the resulting sculptural forms typically seem abstract, from close-up their hand-made and printed details reveal associative images of daily life in the city. Assembling two-dimensional fragments into overflowing three-dimensional structures involves building and excavating, revealing and veiling, marking fresh paper and scavenging remains of previous installations.
For AyzART, a triangular shaped storefront, which also serves as a contemporary art venue at the bustling intersection of Carmine and 7th Avenue South, the artist assembled densely layered paper clusters and suspended them in mid-air so that lighter pieces of paper may sway with the slightest movement of air. Like the essence of the city, the paper fragments are ephemeral yet resilient. Drawing upon the notion of an intersection, a junction, a crossing road, people in transition and a city in flux, she juxtaposed AyzART’s bold triangular architecture which unabashedly extends into the sidewalk, with an amorphous form which hovers in an isolated space; creating a visual meditation on the temporality and resilience of the city, described by Levi-Strauss as the most complex human invention, at the confluence of nature and artifact.

Yaniv was born in Tel Aviv, Israel and currently works in Brooklyn. She holds BA in Psychology and English Literature from Tel Aviv University, BFA from Parsons School of Design, and MFA degree from SUNY Purchase in 2011. She is integrating mediums such as drawing, photography and painting to form immersive environments, focusing especially on site-specific installations. Her work has been printed in publications such as The New York Times, Village Voice, Newsday Magazine and The Nation. She exhibited in galleries and museums internationally, including Leipziger Baumwollspinnerie, Halle 14, Leipzig Germany, Ort/Place, Croatia, Tac Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, Westpol A.I.R. gallery, NYC, Leipzig, Zero1 Biennial in San Francisco, Farleigh Dickenson University, Teaneck NJ, City without Walls, Newark NJ, Aljira, Newark NJ, Montclair State Fine Arts Museum, NJ, Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase NY, White Box, NYC, Monmouth museum of art, Monmouth NJ, Millersville University, PA, Ashland university, OH, Delta College, CA, Armstrong Atlantic State university, Ga, Target Gallery Torpedo Factory, VA, Austin State University, TX. Art residencies include School of Visual Arts, Vermont Studio Center, One Sided Story, Leipzig. More info about the artist: http://ettyyaniv.com

AyzART, a wine and chocolate bar with a dedicated art space in the heart of the West Village, aims to connect with street art and its audience, while opening up a creative dialogue between the two. The mission of AyzART is to break the convention of a gallery space by making its large street-level windows available for emerging and established artists to develop their own exhibitions. We seek to bring together artists of different generations and backgrounds as we celebrate gifted visual artists whose practice ties in with AyzART’s vision: making art visible in the community’s landscape, open to the eyes of the street.

For more information, please contact AyzART curator Sinem Disli at [email protected]
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Getting ready for AyzART new show!!! Artist Katherine Mulert! See you on Saturday 27th, 3:30-5:30 pm!

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