press release



Ron Baron in Conversation with Jonathan Santlofer



Ode to A Void



Conversation: Friday, November 2nd, 2018, 7-8 PM 

STUDIO10 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206



October 12th - November 4th 2018  


Please join us for a conversation with Ron Baron and Jonathan Santlofer on Friday, November 2ndat 7 pm on the occasion of Ode to A Void Ron Baron’s current exhibition at Studio10. Baron’s Ode to A Void is infused with a quiet, somber magic. Possessed of a haunting ghostlike beauty, the spiraling pathway and shoes create a vortex or eddy from that which is left behind. 


Ron Baron has shown his work nationally and internationally since 1989 and completed over 20 public art projects and commissions. Some of his most prominent commissions are with the MTA and Long Island Railroad, Indianapolis International Airport, Board of Education NYC, Department of Cultural Affairs NYC, Alaska International Airport, University of Oregon: Autzen Stadium, the Portland Regional Arts Council and the Department of Cultural Affairs San Jose, CA. He has won numerous awards including New York Foundation for the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Pollock-Krasner, Yaddo Endowed Residency and a Lila Wallace Endowed Residency at the Monet Museum in Giverny, France. His work has been included in a variety of books, magazines and newspapers such as the New York Times, Art in America and Along the Way: MTA Arts for Transit. Baron lives in Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY and teaches Sculpture and Ceramics at the School of Visual Arts, NYC.


Jonathan Santlofer is a writer and artist. His debut novel, The Death Artist, was an international bestseller, translated into seventeen languages, and is currently in development for screen adaptation. His fourth novel, Anatomy of Fear, won the Nero Award for best crime novel of 2009. His short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies and collections. He is also the creator and editor of several anthologies including It Occurs To Me That I Am America, a collection of original stories and art. His paintings and drawings are included in many public and private collections. The recipient of two National Endowment for Arts grants, Santlofer serves on the board of Yaddo, the oldest arts community in the United States. His memoir The Widower’s Notebook, has been called “Deeply moving, beautifully written and such an achievement,” by multi-award-winning author Joyce Carol Oates. Pulitzer Prize winning author Michael Cunningham called it a “true tragic beauty,” and bestselling author Lee Child said, “I think the world is a better place with Santlofer’s book in it.” 


STUDIO10 is located at 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206. 

(Morgan Ave. stop on the L train]

Please be aware that the L train has no service from Manhattan on the weekend. 

J,M to Flushing is best!


Gallery hours: Thursday through Sunday 1-6 PM or by appointment.


Contact: (718) 852-4396,

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