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Art Exhibit: Girls at Night on the Internet

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Grace Miceli explains the name of the exhibit she has curated thusly: “Being a girl at night on the internet is where I personally found the confidence to share my work and to create this really supportive community of artists. For me, it’s an identity and a space I wanted to celebrate. Being a girl at night on the internet is where I met all these artists and, in a very basic way, it’s just a description of where this all comes from.”

Girls at Night brings one particularly creative corner of the internet to real life. It’s hard to imagine a better suited venue for it than this one fronted by Alt Citizen, the mini-music zine and online mag. Located where Bushwick meets Williamsburg, the art gallery/concept store has the feel of a hyper-net-aware Tumblr.

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At Girls at Night On the Internet, No ‘Old White Dudes Who Are Totally Out of Touch’

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

If Girls at Night on the Internet is a pool full of multicolored Jell-O, then the digi-only gallery known as Art Baby, founded by 26-year-old artist and curator Grace Miceli, is the diving board. “Being a girl at night on the internet is where I personally found the confidence to share my work and to create this really supportive community of artists,” explained Miceli, who also curated this show. “For me, it’s an identity and a space I wanted to celebrate. Being a girl at night on the internet is where I met all these artists and, in a very basic way, it’s just a description of where this all comes from. And this show has just been partially about bringing this world that already exists to a broader audience.”

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