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Umbrella Arts Gallery Animal World

Umbrella Arts Gallery Animal World
Animal World
Curated by Harvey Stein
November 5th - 28th 2015
Umbrella Arts Gallery
317 East 9th Street
New York, NY 

The Print Sale at The Katonah Museum of Art

The Print Sale at The Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah Museum of Art
The Print Sale
In the Project Gallery

October 25, 2015 – January 24, 2016
Pop-up Shop in the Project Gallery,
offering editions by Louise Bourgeois, Stanley Whitney,
Kiki Smith, and many more.

Hammond Museum Time and Place

Hammond Museum Time and Place
28 Deveau Road, North Salem, NY 10560

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2:00 - 5:00pm

"Efforts to measure time and locate place are futile.  Time is not an arrow, places are in flux and objects do not stay still.  Art is an attempt, in part, to make time and place stay still...fixed enough to grasp, to mean something....even if the meaning is that images too are unfixed."
- Jennifer Coates, Painter

The Katonah Museum Artists' Association is pleased to announce
“Time and Place”, an exhibit of artwork selected by Sarah Corona,
an independent Art Historian and Curator from New York.

Artists: Christine Barth • Laurene Brown • Sherry Camhy • Carol Carpentieri
James Christensen • Sarah Corbin • Susan Cox • Marco Crettol • Doc Dochtermann
Joseph Feury • Claire Fishman • Marcy Freedman • Connie Freid • Randy Frost
Marilyn Glass • Sarah Glickman • Sondra Gold • Debra Graham • Tim Grajek
Lannie Hart • Arnold Kastenbaum • GG Kopilak • Lucy Krupenye • Linda Kuehne
Cynthia McCusker • Bernard Mindich • William Nelson • Gina Randazzo • Debra Schaffer
Nancy Scherl • Marion Schneider • Les VonLosberg • Daniel Wilner • Nancy Woodward

A.I.R. Gallery Wish You Were Here 14

A.I.R. Gallery Wish You Were Here 14

Gina Randazzo, Twelfth Night, or What You Will, 2015, Archival inkjet print on Somerset museum rag, 4” x 6”

Wish You Were Here 14
A.I.R. Gallery’s Annual Postcard Show
July 1 - 26, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 9, 6 - 8pm
Brooklyn, NY - June 2015
A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to present Wish You Were Here 14, on view in Gallery III from July 1 - 26, 2015. The opening reception will be Thursday, July 9th, from 6-8 pm.
The proceeds from this exhibition of postcard sized works benefit the A.I.R. Fellowship Program for Emerging and Underrepresented Artists and other programs that serve A.I.R.’s mission to advance the status of women in the arts.
Wish You Were Here 14 exhibits original works by more than 350 artists. The 4” x 6” artworks were created and donated by A.I.R. Gallery artists, and hundreds of national and international artists from as far away as Australia, Israel, and Japan. These cards vary widely in style and media and encompass a broad spectrum of themes. Each card is signed and dated, often with a message on the back from the artist to the collector. All 4” x 6” art works arepriced at $45 per piece. 
A.I.R. Gallery was founded in 1972 as the first artist-run, not for profit art gallery for women artists in the United States. A.I.R.Gallery would like to thank all the artists who made this exhibition possible through their generous donations.
A.I.R. GALLERY | 155 Plymouth St. | Brooklyn, NY 11201 | | | (212) 255 6651 | Wed - Sun 12-6pm

Katonah Museum of Art Line Describing A Cone

Katonah Museum of Art Line Describing A Cone

Katonah Museum of Art
Presents a Tri-State Juried Exhibition
Line Describing a Cone
January 18 – February 15, 2015
Eva Respini is Curator at The Museum of Modern Art. She has organized one-person exhibitions with artists such as Cindy Sherman, Robert Heinecken, Akram Zaatari, Vik Muniz, Klara Liden, and Boris Mikhailov, and group exhibitions with artists as diverse as Sara VanDerBeek, Ai Wei Wei, Michele Abeles, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Katy Granan, Lewis Baltz, Sterling Ruby, Roni Horn, Nan Goldin, Walead Beshty, among others. Her writing appears in many museum publications and periodicals. She is currently a faculty member in the MFA program for Visual Arts at Columbia University, and has been visiting critic at Yale University’s School of Art and the School of Visual Arts, New York.
Juror’s statement
The definition of space is one of the fundamental features of visual representation in twentieth and twenty-first century art. From the oscillating layers of a Cézanne painting to the deep corridors of depth in a de Chirico work, artists have addressed the elements of three dimensions in various and often competing ways. Using film as light cutting through space, contemporary artist Anthony McCall’s work, Line Describing a Cone (1973) inspires this year’s theme; the piece is spatial and temporary, with light the primary medium giving form to an environment. Artists are invited to explore the meaning of space in their work, using whatever materials and expressive outlets they require. Representing space is but one potential feature; experiencing with works that proclaim their physical relationship to their environment another.

Studio Collective Waterfront Conversing

Studio Collective Waterfront Conversing
Waterfront Conversing
An Exhibit by the Studio Collective
Isabella Bannerman
Diane Brawarsky
Pepe Coronado
Barbara King
Gina Randazzo
Ed Young
Orr Room Hastings-on-Hudson Public Library
January 10 - 31, 2015
Opening Reception
Saturday, January 10, 2015, 3-5 pm
Hastings-on-Hudson Public Library
7 Maple Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 914.478.3307