Adam Void

August 7 – August 31 * The Ides of Summer * Mighty Tanaka * Brooklyn, NY




Now that our short hiatus of 2014 has come to an end, Mighty Tanaka is absolutely delighted to bring you a new group show for the month of August. Our newest exhibition, titled The Ides of Summer, highlights choice works of art from our inventory that spans the past seven years and exemplifies the range and breadth of artwork that we show. We have pieces by familiar faces and some new additions to the gallery, providing the visitor with an eclectic view of the underground art world in NYC. 

Opening on Thursday, August 7th, this event will coincide with the monthly DUMBO First Thursday Gallery Walk, where all galleries in the area will be open late from 6pm - 9pm. This is a great opportunity to come out and see our show as well as the other quality galleries in the neighborhood.

Featuring work by: Elizabeth Vallenilla, Chris RWK, Hannah Faith Yata, Rubin415, Chris Stain, Skewville, Adam Void, Zach Puchowitz, Elbow Toe, Alexandra Pacula, Adam Miller, EKG and more!

For more information about the show, pricing or to receive pre-sale or individual artists catalogs, please let us know at:

Thursday, August 7th
6pm - 9pm

(Show runs until Aug 31)

111 Front Street, Suite 224
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 596-8781

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Mighty Tanaka Select * 10% off “Black Flag” * New art from Adam Void * Until May 8th

MT_LOGO_HORIZONTALThe folks over at Mighty Tanaka have just opened a new website, Mighty Tanaka Select. It's a revolving showcase of art from their inventory. Adam Void's "Black Flag" is on sale , 10% off, for the next week only. Get it while the getting's good.


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Mighty Tanaka Gallery * Holiday Inventory Show * December 2012


If you are in Brooklyn, come down to DUMBO and check out Mighty Tanaka Gallery's Holiday Inventory Show. The show features a sampling of works from a majority of Mighty Tanaka's artists. The gallery's curatorial direction can be described as "where the raw meets the refined." The show contains recent work from Adam Void.

Mighty Tanaka
111 Front Street
Suite 224
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Train: F Train to York St
(1st stop in Brooklyn)

Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm - 6:30pm
Phone: (718) 596 8781

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Adam Void and Mighty Tanaka @ The Fountain Art Fair , NYC Armory Weekend * March 9-11th

fountainMighty Tanaka is taking the streets to the art fairs once again with March 9th-11th's Fountain Art Fair at the NYC Armory Weekend.

Alex and crew will be putting together a large booth with the work of "long standing Tanaka artists as well as some new faces."

Come visit them at Booth C-203 at the Southwest corner, right near the bar!!

Featuring art from: Abe Lincoln Jr, Adam Leech, Adam Void, Alexandra Pacula, Alice Mizrachi, Andrew H. Shirley, Burn 353, Cake, CAM, Celso, Conrad Carlson, Criminy Johnson, Curtis Readel, Don Pablo Pedro, Drew Tyndell, ELLE, Ellen Stagg, EVOKER, Flying Fortress, Gigi Bio, Gigi Chen, Greg Henderson, Hellbent, Hiroshi Kumagai, Infinity, JMR, Joe Iurato, John Breiner, Katie Decker, Lamour Supreme, Masahiro Ito, Matt Siren, Max Greis, Mike Schreiber, Nathan Pickett, Nathan Vincent, NEVER, Peat Wollaeger, Robbie Busch, See One, Sofia Maldonado, TooFly, UFO, Vahge, VengRWK, VIK


Booth C-203

69th Regiment Armory
68 Lexington Avenue @ 25th Street
March 9 - March 11, 2012

General Public Hours:
1pm – 7pm, daily
$10 day pass / $15 weekend pass
buy discounted tickets online!

Fountain is an exhibition of avant garde artwork in New York during Armory week, Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach and Los Angeles during Pacific Standard Time weekend.

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Mighty Tanaka presents: Lost & Found Featuring the artwork of Adam Void, Alice Mizrachi, Curtis Readel, ELLE & John Briener * Jan 13th * Brooklyn NY

Mighty Tanaka presents:
Lost & Found
Featuring the artwork of Adam Void, Alice Mizrachi, Curtis Readel, ELLE & John Briener


Look around you; the world is full of art. We all know the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, however, some individuals choose to take that phrase to heart. Artists from a range of disciplines utilize a world of scattered debris, creating an array of striking creations from the items that many people would find worthless. Mighty Tanaka is pleased to bring you our first show of 2012 entitled Lost & Found, a group show of found objects and the artwork that is created from them. Featuring the vision of Adam Void, Alice Mizrachi, Curtis Readel, ELLE & John Breiner, each artist represents a unique idea of the world through their chosen method of creation.

Lost & Found intends to demonstrate a cross-section of aesthetic interpretation of objects that are generally taken for granted in daily life. Artwork made from found materials provides the artist with an endless amount of inspiration, as all the necessary components are easily accessible and free to use. This is the art of the juxtaposition, both complimenting and conflicting itself, as the work is literally born from the streets and transformed into something that is new, exciting and fresh.

Through the usage of mediums such as old beat up currency, abandoned pieces of wood, detached doors and tattered textiles, the artist is able to rebuild forgotten memories and forge them into a new identity. Lost & Found offers the viewer the opportunity to reconnect with the pieces of the past and the chance to begin anew.

Friday, January 13th, 2012
6:00PM - 10:00PM

(Show closes February 5th, 2012)

Mighty Tanaka
111 Front St., Suite 224
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Office: 718.596.8781

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Adam Void and Mighty Tanaka * Art Basel Miami * Fountain Art Fair * Dec 1st-4th

Adam Void and Mighty Tanaka are going to Art Basel Miami.  Come and enjoy the fun and sun with Mighty Tanaka at the Fountain Art Fair December 1st – 4th!  This is our first year going and we couldn’t be more excited.

For this event, we will be exhibiting artwork in two (yes, two!) booths.  In one booth, we will be hosting a full scale installation of mind blowing art by Miguel Ovalle while in the adjoining booth we will be displaying a myriad of talented artists who truly represent the raw and the refined!  We hope to see you there!!

Participating artists include: Adam Void, Alexandra Pacula, Alice Mizrachi, ChrisRWK, Ellen Stagg, Gigi Chen, Hellbent, Hiroshi Kumagai, JMR, John Breiner, Max Greis, Mike Schreiber, Robbie Busch, Skewville, TooFly, URnewyork, VengRWK & Miguel Ovalle

Location: 2505 N. Miami Ave (corner of 25th St), Miami, Florida

Dates: December 1st – 4th (12pm – 7pm daily)

Tickets for Fountain: $10 daily/$15 weekend pass (Tickets sold at the door)

For more information, visist

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“Contemporary Abstractions” group show * Opens September 23rd * @ powerHouse Arena * Presented by: Mighty Tanaka * New work from Adam Void

Contemporary Abstractions @ powerHouse Arena Sept 23 – Oct 5

Mighty Tanaka presents:
Contemporary Abstractions
Interpretations of an Art Form

Colors, dimension, flow and definition are all words that can describe our latest show at Mighty Tanaka entitled Contemporary Abstractions, featuring the artwork of: Adam Void, Drew Tyndell, Greg Henderson, JMR, Julia Colavita & Lauren Comito. Hosted by powerHouse Arena, in DUMBO, Brooklyn, this art show exhibits the work of six emerging artists who represent different directions and juxtaposing interpretations of Abstract art. Contemporary Abstractions is a cross section of styles that highlight the range and breath of this established art form and aims to emphasize a variety of techniques and approaches that can be associated with the movement.
From found material sculptures and geometric design to painted canvas and tailored collages, Contemporary Abstractions features an array of complimentary talent that is pushing the bounds of an art form. The artist’s work strives to continue the legacy established by their predecessors and to create a solid foundation for future generations to grow upon.

Friday, September 23rd, 2011
6:00PM – 9:00PM
(Show closes October 5th, 2011)
Hosted by:
powerHouse Arena
37 Main Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(F Train to York St)

12×12 Group Show at Mighty Tanaka Gallery * opens Friday December 10th

Incidental Abstraction #10 is available at Mighty Tanaka's webstore. Check it out.
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Mighty Tanaka presents:
A Group Show for the Holidays

The holidays’ are upon us once again and now is the time to start thinking about the perfect gift for that special somebody in your life! Celebrating our one-year anniversary at our current location, Mighty Tanaka is very proud to bring you our latest show entitled 12x12. We invite you to come out and join us for this exciting event!

12x12 features both successful, established artists as well as some of the hottest up and coming emerging artists from NYC and beyond. Exhibiting artwork from a wide range of disciplines, this show has a little bit of everything, from the raw to the refined. The displayed work represents the voice of our generation and exemplifies our interpretations of the world.

This large group show features over 70 artists and all the work was completed on small 12”x12” canvases. We will be selling the artwork directly off the walls for you to add to your private collection or to give away as a holiday gift. With various price points and an array of techniques and styles, there is surely a piece of art that will fit nearly every lifestyle.

Featuring the artwork of:
Abe Lincoln Jr., Adam Miller, Alexandra Pacula, Alexis Trice, ARMER, Adam Void (AVOID pi), Briar Elyse, Bruno Perillo, Bryan Raughton, Buxtonia, CAM, Chris RWK, Chris Stain, Dark Clouds, Destroy and Rebuild, DOIT, Don Pablo Pedro, DROID, Ellen Stagg, Ellis G, Eric DeFrancesco, Fedele Spadafora, Gary Carlson, Gigi Chen, Gigi Spratley, Hannah Rose Fierman, Hellbent, Hiroshi Kumagai, Infinity, Jac Atkinson, Japa, Jason Grunwald, JMR, John Breiner, John McGarity, John Sunderland, Julia Colavita, Julian Duran, Justin Rymer, Katie Decker, Keely, KOSBE, Lauren Asta, Lee Trice, Lionel Guzman, Mari Keeler, Matt Siren, Max Greis, Melissa Carroll, Mike Schrieber, Nathan Pickett, Nathan Vincent, Nick Chatfield-Taylor, One9, QRST, Quel Beast, Reginald Pean, Rick Midler, Robbie Busch, Royce Bannon, SADU, Skewville, Soosan Joon Silanee, Steven Schreiber, Suzanne Levesque, Thomas Cecchi, Tony Bones, Tony DePew, Toofly, UFO, URnewyork, Veng RWK & MORE!

Friday, December 10th, 2010
6:00PM - 10:00PM

(Show closes January 7, 2010)

Mighty Tanaka
68 Jay St., Suite 416 (F Train to York St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Hours: M-F 12:30PM to 7PM, weekends by appointment
Office: 718.596.8781

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Babel Code Print

• Location: Mighty Tanaka Studio in D.U.M.B.O
• Opening Reception: May 21st – 6:00pm to 9:00pm
• Duration: May 21st - Jun 11th, 2010
• Cost: FREE
• Contact: Mighty Tanaka , ALEX@MIGHTYTANAKA.COM
• Promotional Video:
Thought provoking Street Artists AVOID pi & infinity team up for their first duo show together entitled Babel Code. Peering through a semiotic Petri dish intermixed with sub-conscious communication, Babel Code uses primitive and mystical sources as well as runic references, which charges the works of art with a power and energy beyond the objects themselves.
Babel Code challenges the viewer to reconsider the basic notions of communication and cultural mutation, while providing a closer look into the artist’s own techniques of non-verbal interactions. Building upon a symbolic language shared by both artists, their influences range from a resonance of mixed signals and errant transmissions.
Their symbolism ranges from introverted Platonic deliberation and chemical structures to numerology and DNA; anything and everything from hobo marks and astronomy to grammar diagrams and physics equations.
About the Artists
AVOID pi was born the year IBM released the Personal Computer. He was raised in South Carolina, on a diet of freight trains, deep forests, punk rock, and DIY. He moved to the coast on the eve of the millennium to study both graffiti and philosophy among the flooded streets of Charleston. In 2006, he moved to New York in order to interact on a global stage. He is working on a language of abstractions in the public space, as well as empowering the political potentialities of graffiti. HTTP://WWW.AVOIDPI.COM
infinity was born in 1962 in the Midwest. His family moved to Manhattan in 1970. Obsessions with comic books, heavy metal, and graffiti eventually embraced studies in expressionism, semiotics, and the sciences. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin at River Falls in 1986 and The School of Visual Arts in 1989. He has followed an erratic career path, but always continued his aesthetic and scholarly research.
Friday, May 21, 2010 – 6:00PM-9:00PM, and closing June 11, 2010
Mighty Tanaka
68 Jay St., Suite 416 (F Train to York St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Hours: M-F 12PM to 7PM, weekends by appointment only
Office: 718.596.8781

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AVOID pi and Mighty Tanaka go to the Verge Art Fair, March 5-7


If you want to see cutting edge art from a host of galleries from Tokyo, Paris, New York and Boston, come to this year's New York Verge Art Fair. AVOID pi will have mini-zines as giveaways and a few paintings for sale. Come out and support Mighty Tanaka.


The Dylan Hotel

52 East 41st Street

New York, USA


Verge is an international platform for the most exciting and interesting in new and emerging art. Verge exists to establish boundaries of the extraordinary as a counter to the natural compulsion towards stagnation in the way art is evaluated and delivered to the public. Staying true to this necessary state for the advancement of art requires a sustained focus on the best new ideas and practices of those marginal or newly emerging to international art audiences. The satisfaction of this fixed requirement for a healthy and competitive artistic culture is at the core of Verge as an international exposition of the highest quality artistic production and the galleries, museums and audiences who sustain it.


Thursday, March 4, 2009, 6:00 to 10:00 pm


Friday & Saturday, 5 - 6 March, Noon to 8 pm

Sunday, 7 March, Noon to 6 pm


Opening night preview: $20

General admission: $10, $5 for students and seniors

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