Baba Yaga

About

April 5, 2018


Baba Yaga opened in May of 2018 with a solo show by Jenni Crain in Hudson New York. This was followed by two more solos in the same space - and two group shows, at Pulver's Glass on Green Street and at the former LoneStar Cement Plant, as well as inside a hollow snow pile in the former Shop Rite parking lot off Fairview Avenue. The gallery has existed at 5821 NY State Route 9-G since the Spring of 2020. The landlord at this address stopped collecting rent around that time and the space remains rent-free today. In January 2022, I moved to Atlanta and Tomm Roeschlein took over the gallery. In July, the power was disconnected, (we never received or paid any electric bills) but under Tomm's direction artists have continued staging shows there, making use of candles, a generator, and natural light. The future of the space is unknown.
Update, the generator was stolen:(
Scott Keightley
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