Curated by Indira Cesarine
The Untitled Space
45 Lispenard St. Unit 1W NYC
Exhibition on View
10am – 6pm | July 15 – 23rd
Artist Jennifer Caviola aka CAKE over the past ten years has made a name for herself as one of the most prominent female street artists. Aside from being widely exhibited in galleries, she has had installations in NYC, Berlin, Chicago, Miami, Iran, and many more around the US. Her recognizable style, which features figurative portraits of women, has been widely documented and has gained her praise from art critics and fans alike. She has become known for her acrylics on paper which are either wheatpasted or painted directly on walls around the city, as well as her acrylics on wood which are beautifully haunting and feminine.
A graduate of Pratt Institute (BFA in Painting) and Parsons School of Design (MFA), Cake’s works have been exhibited at numerous galleries and exhibitions including at the Joseph Gross Gallery, Anno Domini Gallery, Kravets Wehby Gallery, Fountain Art Fair as well as public works such as The Gateway Project’s Mural in Newark Penn Station “Cast the Burden and the Light Will Impress”. She has been featured in publications such as Vogue Italia, Complex Magazine, Paper Magazine, and The Huffington Post.
In this solo exhibition, Cake will be presenting her works of acrylic painted on wood, including several from her “The Bride”, “Mit Blumen” and “Feast of Shamen” series, as well as many works that have never been exhibited before.
The exhibition is part of The Untitled Magazine‘s Women in Art series, which will feature a wide range of contemporary female artists in a series of pop up solo exhibitions and group shows at The Untitled Space on an ongoing basis.