Posted on April 26, 2017
At Central Booking on 4/26/17 6-9pm
An art show benefiting this wonderously verbose space! Besides selling her artwork already there, Samm will be producing spontaneous word image earrings.
Centeal Booking 21 Ludlow. NYC
Posted on June 22, 2016
“Compelled”, small but bursting works made through years of the raw emotive needs and thoughts of artist Samm Cohen, will be on display at the Foyer ART Gallery in the 13 Street Repertory Theatre for the month of July 2016. Coupled with an avant guard production of Hamlet, these two art forms will play off each others questionings and discovery, intriguing the audiences with a strength of not always being typically strong, a darkly reflective sense of the complexities of life and self. Pry with us into your own personal and social demons. Please stop by and see the art in person, as this kind of passion and exploration can only be relayed so much in words…
The Foyer ART gallery at the 13th Street Repertory Theatre
50 W 13th St. New York, NY
COMPELLED Art Reception July 13th 6-8pm
followed by the opening of Hamlet: An Exploration 8pm
+special discount promotion for art opening attendees-
$10 tickets for the play for art fans with codeword “YORICK”
buy your tix at
thank you to the alcohol sponsor for this event Bklyn Blue **
Posted on January 19, 2016
My Latest Travels. Thank you so much Cat
In this era when millions of people are taking millions of photos all the time, it’s a pleasure to sit back and sift through an artist’s collection. Samm Cohen works in multiple mediums, with a passion for paintings that stretch the boundaries between a flat canvas surface and the space that surrounds it, using everything from broken mirrors to papier-mâché to extend her solid grounding in classic brushwork into new and often startling visions.
Photography is also a venue for Ms. Cohen, whose joyful approach to travel and documentation is best described by the artist herself:
“I love to travel! I love photography! I have been fortunate to see London Tower holding itself against the wetted sky, the Buddhist flags of the Monkey temple waving, Angkor Wat’s tall, proud stone facades, the uneven bricks of The Great Wall, hot sand of the Sahara in view of the ancient Sphinx, Gaudí’s…
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Posted on July 26, 2015
The Quarters Project is the product of a year-long collaboration between artists Samm Cohen and Joseph A. W. Quintela. Using the geometric division of the quarter, each artist confines their artistry within the boundaries of two diametrically opposed quadrants, creating in a sometimes solitary, sometimes interactive, state. Each piece is made with a different medium but the same rules. Though each work begins with this strict constraint, the finished works are contrastingly exuberant and bristling with the exchange of creative energy.
The chashama 461 Gallery nonprofit art-space nurtures artists by transforming under-utilized properties into affordable work and presentation spaces. Through providing space grants for studios and exhibition spaces in this Harlem location, Chashama fulfills its mission of bringing the benefits of art and creativity to New Yorkers of all ages and background.
Posted on November 17, 2014
Smith&Jones launches a new weekly feature of a single work of art and this one is made to hang on your neckline not your walls. Check out this amazing mini-painting from the Tiny Windows series by Samm Cohen and nab it just in time to squirrel away the perfect holiday gift a little early…or go ahead, buy it for yourself, Smith&Jones won’t tell!
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