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Group exhibition featuring seven artists at Milavec Hakimi Gallery
Regardless of the world you find yourself standing in front of, you can always see the moon.
NEW YORK, NY.- Milavec Hakimi Gallery presents I See the Moon, a group exhibition featuring artists: Katelyn Alain, Dina Brodsky, Sabrina Marques, Scott Kahn, Christopher Saunders, Ryan Scully and Nicolas Touron.

These seven artists display the ability to create alluring visual manifestations of their imaginations, causing viewers to suspend disbelief and dive into fantastical realms of fantasy. I See the Moon explores many worlds from post-apocalyptic landscapes to moments pulled from lifelike fairy tales.

The works in this exhibition construct settings, which intricately intertwine the real and the imagined, resulting in a unique blend of familiarity and mystery. Each painting creates a portal into a new place as well as the artist’s mind. With each artist comes a distinct fictitious vision, illustrated through lush color palettes, atmospheric effects and characters. I See the Moon pushes you to inhabit the mind of the artist while stirring your own creative subconscious.

Regardless of the world you find yourself standing in front of, you can always see the moon.

The Milavec Hakimi Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in New York, NY. After all the institutions of education and work experience had run their toll on the brains of the founding duo of Nikki Milavec and Karen Hakimi, they decided to take the plunge and form a gallery. Over the last three years they have searched high and low, making loads of artists studio visits, putting together multiple temporary exhibitions all to collectively bring together art that they themselves would display in their our own homes, offices and places they go. The intention is to promote emerging contemporary art while highlighting artists they feel are exceptional in a sea of complacency. Located at the ground floor of the newly constructed 51 Cooper Square it beats at the center of a crossroads of cultures and viewpoints in the heart of Manhattan.

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