George Kroenert  was born in Pennsylvania and now lives and works in New York City. He earned his MFA from Parsons School of Design in Lighting Design in 1997. Kroenert has exhibited extensively throughout the United States and has completed numerous site-specific installations here in New York including at the Melissa-Galeria SOHO, Governors Island and Bloomingdales flagship store on 59th Street.   LatchKey Gallery  is a nomadic contemporary art gallery that looks to re-imagine the brick and mortar via intimately curated exhibitions, salon series, and events by partnering with various spaces around NYC. LKG is a response to the changing marketplace and the erosion of the traditional art gallery. It is the brainchild of Style Curator, Natalie Kates and gallerist/curator, Amanda L. Uribe. Each with their unique curatorial approaches, they come together to create experiences centered around emerging and mid-career artists.  Artworks from this exhibition are featured at  www.LatchKeyGallery.com  and available for purchase via  art.sy . A portion of the proceeds benefit  Lilac Preservation Project , a 501(c)3 non-profit.  

George Kroenert was born in Pennsylvania and now lives and works in New York City. He earned his MFA from Parsons School of Design in Lighting Design in 1997. Kroenert has exhibited extensively throughout the United States and has completed numerous site-specific installations here in New York including at the Melissa-Galeria SOHO, Governors Island and Bloomingdales flagship store on 59th Street.

LatchKey Gallery is a nomadic contemporary art gallery that looks to re-imagine the brick and mortar via intimately curated exhibitions, salon series, and events by partnering with various spaces around NYC. LKG is a response to the changing marketplace and the erosion of the traditional art gallery. It is the brainchild of Style Curator, Natalie Kates and gallerist/curator, Amanda L. Uribe.
Each with their unique curatorial approaches, they come together to create experiences centered around emerging and mid-career artists.

Artworks from this exhibition are featured at www.LatchKeyGallery.com and available for purchase via art.sy. A portion of the proceeds benefit Lilac Preservation Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit.