Adam Green’s debut New York art exhibition, Teen Tech, has been granted an extended stay at the Morrison Hotel Gallery Bowery (313 Bowery, open daily 12-7pm). Originally scheduled to be open only April 23rd and 24th, the gallery has chosen to keep the exhibition up for an additional week. Teen Tech will now close on Sunday May 2nd with a party at the gallery from 4 to 6pm, which will be open to the public.
Teen Tech is a collection of original works by Green: a series of sculptures, paintings, drawings, and collages (the latter created together with model Cory Kennedy). The artwork is for sale and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the charitable organization Artists for Peace and Justice, which directs 100% of all funds raised towards rebuilding and maintaining long-term sustainability in Haiti. Following the close of the exhibition on Sunday, any remaining pieces will be available for purchase here.
In addition to opening Teen Tech, Green also wrapped up his recent headlining tour with a two-night hometown stand at the Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY, last weekend.