Mamali and Reza Shafahi a part of "I Was Only Dreaming" exhibition

Artnet

Tony Cox, former pro-skater and curator of Club Rhubarb, has organized a new exhibition titled "I Was Only Dreaming" at 1 Ludlow, a historic building in Dimes Square, New York.

The works of Mamali and Reza Shafahi are showcased alongside 70 artists and nearly 100 pieces varying from paintings to sculptures, furniture, and design pieces.

The exhibition serves as a condensed autobiography, a tribute to lost friends, and a creative interpretation of Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. The exhibition is divided into themed rooms, such as the "Renaissance Room" and "Play Room," each telling a narrative that reflects Cox's experiences and connections. The show is a mix of personal connections, artistic expression, and a homage to the downtown New York art scene of the '90s. Gallery visits operate on a need-to-know basis, and visitors must email or text Cox to book a visit.

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January 31, 2024
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