Collage overflow, Bronx studio
2020
Studio shot, Bronx
2020
"Explore: Found Objects," Susquehanna Museum
2020
The bank vault gallery.
Corpse installation, Susquehanna Museum
Clockwise from top left: "Missile Crisis," "A Coiled Point," "A Touch of Oranges," "Uncertainty"
NYC brims with found treasure. Taking some of this abundance to Ganassi without making aesthetic decisions entailed working blindfolded and scrabbling among boxes of materials in Bell's Bronx studio.
2018
Poster for "The Freak Show," Local Project, LIC, NY
2018
"The Happy Organ," in "The Freak Show"
Opening reception, "The Freak Show"
2018
Top right: "The Happy Organ"
"Aureolin," in A5 magazine, U.K.
2018
"From Here to There," Camaradas El Barrio, Harlem, NY
2017
Right: "Far and Few"
Ian Ganassi's poetry collection "Mean Numbers," published 2016.
Cover art: "Natural Equation"
Ian Ganassi
2016
Book party and poetry reading in the Bronx for "Mean Numbers"
Ian Ganassi and Laura Bell
2016
Laura Bell, Materials for the Arts exhibition, LIC, NY
2016
Right: "Taking Grandma to Bellevue"
Materials for the Arts
"Honey Structure," "Try Harder"
"The Food Show," Local Project, LIC, NY
2016
"Amy's Giblet Gravy," "Butter Cookies"
"Butter Cookies," back, with provenance
Materials for the Arts
"Spiny Beauty"
Bell's Long Island City studio view, overlooking the East River
2016
Laura Bell and Ian Ganassi
2014
Corpse installation, AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Laura Bell and Ian Ganassi with Debbie Nadolney, director, AMP Gallery
Corpse wall, AMP Gallery
2014
Ian Ganassi
2014
Poetry reading, AMP Gallery
"Custard Pie Blues"
Studio installation, LIC, NY
2014
LIC studio, afternoon light
2014
Ian Ganassi, Creative Arts Workshop installation, New Haven, CT
CAW installation
"Pale Ramon"
Ian Ganassi and Laura Bell
2012
LIC roof garden
Disciplined Spontaneity, Zone Contemporary, NYC
2010
From left: "Jesus," "Three," "Business Plan," "Shawl," "Pale Ramon," "Homestead," "Clinical Trials," "Guess Who," "Insult"
Ian Ganassi
Poetry reading, Koffee Art, New Haven, CT
The Bower Bird collects collage materials.