In March of 2014​, BUNNYCUTLET GALLERY​ closed its ​doors at its 158 Roebling location in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Founded in 2012 by NYC-based animation designer LIZ ARTINIAN, Bunnycutlet's mission was to support artists heavily influenced by animation, comics, and illustration. In its almost two years of operation, Bunnycutlet hosted 20 exhibitions, featured nearly 200 artists, and was awarded Best New Art Gallery of 2013 by the Village Voice.

Bunnycutlet also hosted a weekly figure drawing troupe called BROOKLYN NUDE.

Liz Artinian's career as a curator began in 2005 with her 2-year residency at the Stay Gold Gallery in Brooklyn. Liz continued to curate annual pop-up exhibits throughout New York City, the most popular being Too Art for TV, an exhibit highlighting the fine art side of animation industry artists. Liz continues to work in animation and curate exhibitions independently.
Liz Artinian

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