Discerning Eye interviews Co-founder, Co-owner, Gallery Director and Curator of Metropolis Collective and The Trash Art Gallery, Danielle Charette, about her and Richard Reilly's creation of the gallery, it's opening and it's mission.
The Official website of the historic conceptual feminist art project concepualized by Kim Schoenstadt, "Now Be Here" New York City. Curated and hosted by Shinique Smith at The Brooklyn Museum and captured photographicly by Paola Kudacki. Danielle Charette, artist #187.
The scene visits owners and founders of Metropolis Collective, Danielle Charette and Richard Reilly for two exhibitions curated by Charette. Rumble time and group exhibit Bits and Pieces which features Charette's work with some talented friends.
A great read about the inspiring life, art and music career of friend Scott Mitchell Putesky (aka. Daisy Berkowitz of Marilyn Manson and so much more) complete with a Charette shout out! Thanks Scott <3 Miss you. RIP
Ellen Hughes makes her 1st visit to meet co-owners and founders of Metropolis Collective, Danielle Charette and Richard Reilly at the gallery's Sex, Drugs & R'n'R and Maniacal Vinyl exhibits featuring art by Danielle Charette, Joseph Arthur, Rick Prol, Paul Kostabi, Gay Black, Sophie Lo, Rat Scabies and John Carruthers
Artist Danielle Charette and musician Richard Reilly open new art gallery Metropolis Collective. The scene visits for the grand opening exhibit,"A Taste Of Trash", curated by and featuring the art of Danielle Charette. Also Rick Prol, Paul Kostabi, Joseph Arthur, Mark May, Jeremiah Johnson, Liz Parrish, Rachel Udell, John Carruthers, Sophie Lo, Gaye Black, Lawrence Charles Miller...
Patriot News Arts Ellen Hughes visits Metropolis Collective and Trash Art Gallery to speak with owner/artist Danielle Charette and Richard Reilly about the Folk, Outsider, Visionary F.O.V. art show curated by and featuring the art of Mark May and herself.
Danielle Charette creates album cover for Pissed Off Radio Vol. 1 compilation benefitting St. Jude's Childrens Hospital for kids with cancer. No you can't see it on this link, it was naughty, but credit is given and it appears on purchased hard copies.