The Red Envelope Show in NYC!

Spoke Art is ringing in the Lunar New Year with The Red Envelope Show, a group show curated by Grumpy Bert. Featuring over 125 artists from around the world all creating artwork on a symbol of prosperity and good luck in Asian cultures, a red envelope 🧧. 

With over 100 pieces of art in the $100 range and below, this group exhibition is a fantastic chance to own an affordable artwork. Each envelope also includes a mystery gift to make sure your Lunar New Year is off to a wonderful start. Look below for a list of all the participating artists and be sure to follow us at @spoke_art and @grumpybert for more sneak peeks before this week long pop-up show opens. Learn more about the history and meaning behind this tradition here.

For those of you in the NYC area, please join us for The Red Envelope Show, opening Saturday, January 22nd from 10:30am to 6pm ET, free and open to the public. Appointments for in-person viewings are required and can be made here. We will have a stand-by line for Saturday’s opening and will accommodate guests as space allows. Proof of vaccination and masks will be required to enter the gallery. For more information please email our New York gallery director, Jennifer Rizzo, at [email protected] 

Participating Artists:

A Duck Amuck | Joel Alter | Allison Bamcat | Sarula Bao | Bekzin | Andrew Bell | Candie Bolton | Brian Britigan | Edward Cao | Amanda Castillo | Rhianon Cha-os | Kevin Chan | Ruth Chan | Janice Chang | Authan Chen | Shawn Cheng | Brenda Chi | Maggie Chiang | Louie Chin | ChinaCat 663 | Joshua Chow | Chris RWK | Thomas Colligan | Gemma Correll | Ramiro Davaro-Comas | DaisyDeeStudios | Defectivepudding | Sally Deng | Deth P Sun | Theo Ellsworth | Evah Fan | Irene Feleo | Logan Fitzpatrick | Flavia | Sean Gallager | Goatbunny | Rumi Hara | Headexplodie | Derrick Holloman | Michael C Hsiung | Matt Huynh | Mari Inukai | JCORP | Eunsoo Jeong | Rachel Jo | Andrea Kang | Roma Karas | Casey Kawaguchi | KAYG | Kaylynn Kim | Kimchi Juice | Mataya King | Ezerd Land | Grace Lang | Lauren YS | Nellie Le | Hyesu Lee | Jiami Lee | John Lee | Christian Leon Guerrero | Po Yan Leung | Philia Xue Li | Huntz Liu | Linda Liu (artwork show above) | Min Liu | Xinmei Liu | Bodeck Luna | Marka27 | Xiao Mei | Alice Meichi Li | Meredith Miotke | ShinYeon Moon | Kris Mukai | Mumbot | Haleigh Mun | Jeremy Nguyen | Nite Owl | Not Cool Co | Rachel O’Donnell | Saelee Oh | Julia Oldham | Tim Peacock | Laura Peretti | Jennifer Phan | Aaron Piland | Aimee Pong | A.T. Pratt | Daniel Ramirez | Eva Redamonti | Nicole Rifkin | Jay Riggio | Sad Salesman | Ike Sanchez | Cindy Scaife | Sharpy | Dakota Sherman | Dadu Shin | Kelsey Short | Jessica So Ren Tang | Matt Stanton | Cindy Suen | Deepti Sunder | Jia Sung | Miranda Tacchia | Jacqueline Tam | Peach Tao | TMO | Jen Tong | Jermony Velasco | Paige Vickers | Duy Vō | Gizem Vural | Kristilyn Waite | Mark Wang | Ray Wang | weird*eye*one | Lon Wenger | Kush Wright | Decue Wu | Taili Wu | Yao Xiao | Dianna Xu | Yumi Yamazaki | Loren Yeung | Jesse Zhang | ZROPRO

Dates: January 22nd – 29th, 2022

Location: 210 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002

Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 10am – 6pm

Online Release: Friday, January 28th at 10am PT

The Red Envelope Show artist roster list
Artwork from the Red Envelope Show presented by Spoke Art x Grumpy Bert

 

Flavia We Protecc stacked tigers for Red Envelope in NYC
Flavia Chan “We Protecc”
Lon Wenger Slings & Arrows for Red Envelope in NYC
Lon Wenger “Slings & Arrows”
Decue Wu The Year of the Tiger 2 for Red Envelope in NYC
Decue Wu “The Year of the Tiger 2” 

Headexplodie Eye of the Tiger for The Red Envelope Show with Spoke Art Gallery
Headexplodie “Eye of the Tiger”

Amanda Castillo
Amanda Castillo “Under The Citrus Tree”

Sally Deng
Sally Deng “Winter Wanderings No 2”

Angelia S. Rico

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