The first one was a big success, so here comes Too Art for TV, Too, the second annual exhibition of personal art by New York’s animation industry. Curators Liz Artinian, Amanda Baehr Fuller, Jessica Milazzo have set up the Stay Gold Gallery for 35 artists, for their exhibit of toys, comics, prints, and paintings, “liberating the skills otherwise “owned” by their television networks bosses.” The show runs May 4th through May 25th.
Too Art for TV, Too is the biggest showing of this movement to date; featuring the artists who create, write, direct, storyboard, design, color, and animate “Venture Bros.” (Adult Swim), “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (Fox Network), “Ice Age” (Blue Sky Studios), “A Scanner Darkly” (Richard Linklater), “SpongeBob SquarePants” (Nickelodeon), “Code Name: Kids Next Door” (Cartoon Network), “Stanley” (Disney TV), “Daria” (MTV Animation), “Blue’s Clues” (Nick JR), and more.
Contributing artists include Liz Artinian, Amanda Baehr Fuller, Jennifer Batinich Blue Bliss, Jeff Buckland, Jared Deal, Kelly Denato Jason DiOrio, Marina Dominis, Nash Dunnigan, Jonathan Ehrenberg, Chris George, Marta Jonsdottir Danny Kimanyen, Rick Lacy, Dave Levy, Douglas Lovelace, Todd K Lown, Jim Manocchio, Miguel Martinez-Joffre, Richard Mather, Jessica Milazzo Dagan Moriarty, Liam Murray, Jackson Publick Reject, Kim Rygiel , Pammy Salmon, Tim Shankweiler, PeeDee Shindell, Justin Simonich, Alex Smith, Kate Tyler, Martin Wittig and Irene Wu.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 4th, 7pm-10pm at Stay Gold Gallery, 451 Grand St. (between Keap & Union) in Brooklyn. For more info click here.