July 1- 7, 2017 “Between Fog and Shadow” – Shlomo Israeli’s Solo Exhibit by Photographer Shlomo Israeli
“Between Fog and Shadow” – Misty observations of landscapes and people.
Click here to visit Artist’s website.
July 1st – 7th, Saturday – Friday, 1-7 PM.
Artist’s Reception: Monday, July 3, 2017, 4-7 PM.
For more information and RSVP visit Facebook Event Page.
July 1-7, 2017. “BETWEEN THE LAYERS” – Solo Exhibition by Digital Artist Tammy Mike Laufer
“I see myself as an artist in this important mission that deals with women striving to smash the glass ceiling.”
This exhibit is dedicated to this issue, from a personal perspective of the artist, illustrating different feelings and aspect of women’s lives. Sometimes a woman wears many layers as obstacles, physical layers as fabrics, and layers of thoughts, sometimes emotional. To reveal herself a woman should remove all the layers, not the ones she wears, but the layers that conceal all her thoughts and desires.
We all want to go out into the light, to break out into the world whether we are aware or not. The sustained way sometimes takes courage to get up and change ourselves, to do something, to change things as they are in the rest of the world. Sometimes you have to swim against the stream.
My art is surreal, all in my head. The viewer is invited to take an intellectual journey to places just as real as those you might find in this reality.
I have been dealing with digital media for two decades. My digital media works have been exhibited in museums and art projects in places such as Italy (53 Venice Biennale), Greece, Japan, America, Portugal, Lithuania, Poland, and Israel.
July 1st – 7th, Saturday – Friday.
For more information and RSVP visit Facebook Event Page.
November 1-12, 2016. “Jere is Here! By Losing it, I Found it.” – Solo Exhibition by Finnish Artist Pohjonen Jere!
November 1st – 12th, Tuesday – Saturday, 1-6 pm and by appointment.
Artist’s Reception: Thursday, November 3rd, 5-7 pm.
November 10-13, 2016. “Rising Talent” Paintings and Photography Group Exhibition
Artists: Ileana Miranda, Vesna Pavan, María de los Ángeles Rodríguez, Héctor Gómez, Kike Abed, Alex Figueroa, María Pardo, Laura Romano, María Elena Posada, Pepe Lavín, Ana Sofía Vázquez Urrea, Anna Rosa Pelayo, Miguel López Vázquez, Adriana Velarca.
November 10th – 13th Thursday to Sunday from 1 to 6 pm and by appointment.
November 1-6, 2016. “Soul of Mexico” Group Exhibition
Artists: Jessica Feldman, José Luis López Galván, Roberto López Fuentevilla, Jazamoart, Vladimir Cora, José Parra, Montserrat Pérez Guzman, Ricky Granna, Pedro Trueba, José Luis Malo, Yunuen Esparza, Ignacio Guerrero, Alfonso Mena, Rodolfo Nieto, Francisco Toledo, Rubén Leyva, Eduardo Sánchez del Valle, Gustavo Bustos, Víctor Haro, and Adriana Torres
Monday, October 31st, 4-6 pm;
Tue. – Thu., November 1st-3rd, 1-6 pm;
Friday, November 4th, 1-8 pm;
Saturday, November 5th, 12-5 pm.
Artists’ Reception: Saturday, November 5th, 1-5 pm.
October 18-22, 2016. Meet our visiting artists and their artworks
Alex Fedulova, Erica Rosetto, Elise Laurenti, Fumiko Kitada, and Seth Harris will join our represented artists Pierre Pepin, Vince Priblo, Serge Juillerat, Seylech Leuthard, Anne Glasroth, Fumihisa Endo, Rami Ater, and Jere Pohjonen.
October 18th – 22nd Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 6 pm and by appointment.
Thursday, October 20th from 5-7 pm.
October 13-15, 2016. “T O G E T H E R . A G A I N” – International Fine Arts Collaborative – IFAC Group Exhibition
October 13th – 15th Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 6 pm and by appointment.
Saturdays, October 15th from 1 to 5 pm.
October 6-15, 2016. “Butterfly Dream” – Korean Artist ImJae Sungho Kim’s Solo Exhibit
October 6th – 15th Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 5 pm and by appointment.
Saturdays, October 8th & 15th from 1 to 5 pm. Click here to go the Event Page.
August 15-21, 2016. “United Nations of ART” – International Group Exhibition
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday, August 16th – Saturday, August 20th : 1 pm to 7 pm and by appointment.
Opening Reception: Monday, August 15th: 3 pm – 7 pm.
August 1-30, 2016. “Fresh After 100!” Walter Mafli Solo Exhibit
At 101 years young, Walter Mafli is always painting, abundantly and all original work. “I’m all alone in front of something that matches my thoughts, my dreams, my needs. I live because of the colors, it lives, it can change the character, it has a power,” says the painter, still energetic and motivated to create. http://artnyny.com/walter-mafli/
Walter Mafli was born May 10, 1915 in Rebstein (St. Gallen). When he was 6 years, he was placed in an orphanage. In moments of despair, the child took refuge in silence and drawing. He moved to Neuchâtel and spent all his free time in his favorite fields of drawing and painting. He learned the academic techniques following the drawing classes at Egidio Delfo Galli.
Over the last 70 plus years Walter has been in television and featured documentary films, won many art awards, belongs to fine art societies, exhibited many many times in group and solo shows in Switzerland and many cities in Europe. His Solo Exhibit features his most recent period of abstract images in oil.
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 1 pm to 6 pm and by appointment.
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 4th: 5 pm – 8 pm.
July 15-16, 2016. “A Moment in Time” – Pedro Boaventura Solo Exhibition in New York
Boaventura chooses not to maintain a canonized artistic approach as he considers this to be monotonous, tiresome and anti-creative, even if it may be easier and more comfortable to repeat something one already dominates and is aware that the results are guaranteed and appreciated.
However, instead of fixating on a comfort zone, Boaventura strives to explore both a realistic and free approach to different kinds of creative expressions and techniques liberating himself from the usual “artistic rules” and not being limited to one style.
Exhibition Hours: Friday, July 15: 4 pm to 8 pm; Saturday, July 16: 1 pm to 5 pm.
Opening Reception: Friday, July 15: 5 pm – 8 pm.
May 24-27, 2016. “Darkness Comes Between Steps” – Solo Show by Liane Birnberg’s
The Romanian Cultural Institute in New York, in Partnership with Gateway Art Center NYC, has the Pleasure of Inviting You to the Opening of Liane Birnberg’s Solo Show “Darkness Comes Between Steps” (drawing, photography, text).
At the intersection of visual arts, literature and cinematography, this special event includes the screening of two short documentary films:
– Bucharest, Then (2012, 22 min.) by Barbara Kasper;
– Liane Birnberg´s Studio and the Story of Her Father Baruch David Birnberg (2007, 36 min.) by Renate Sami.
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday 1 pm – 9 pm, Wednesday – Friday: 1 pm – 9 pm.
Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 24: 6 pm – 9 pm.
May 5-7, 2016. “Three Horizons” – Art & Photo Exhibition by Aleksandr Popov-Mikhaylov, Yulia Altas and Dmitry Klevansky
The title of “Three Horizons” came not just because three artists represent themselves, but the fact people are looking for something in their “mind horizon.” People cannot predict many things for the future though we keep hoping for them to occur. You are invited to explore the mystery of life and get as inspired as the artists in presenting their views at the horizon of each story they see and tell in their artwork. Click here to visit Artists personal pages.
Exhibition Hours: Thursday – Friday: 2 pm – 9 pm, Saturday: 1 pm – 6 pm. Opening Reception: Thursday, May 5: 6 pm – 9 pm.
April 21-23, 2016. “SILVER LINING” – Art to Fight Cancer by Zahied Tony Mohammed
Twenty-one years ago I immigrated to the United States from Trinidad & Tobago. My dream has been not only to thrive in this country, but to give back and help others as well. Today I’m honored to invite you to join me to celebrate this incredible moment on the journey towards achieving my dream. My solo art show is an example of what can be accomplished in the United States. With the love and support of friends and family, I announce “Silver Lining” – Art to Fight Cancer. I welcome you to visit this unique gallery exhibit and to be part of this important event. Click here to visit Artist personal page.
Please join us for wine and light fare. 20% of proceeds benefit The American Cancer Society.
Exhibition Hours: 12 pm to 7 pm. Opening Reception: Friday, April 22, 2016, 5 pm – 8 pm.
March 26-April 7, 2016. “Off The Wall” by Yueyin Hu
“Off The Wall” presents two sections of interactive street art works of Yueyin Hu. Installation “Emancipation of Street Art” is an experiential projection mapping art project using 4D motion of Graffiti tag on 3D physical form. Through the artist’s perspective, explore how street art can be developed into a new field in both visual and with technology. Delusion-NYC, series of interactive photographs showing on screen. People can scratch on the screen to see the water wave effect of the image. That’s artists’ concept of the project, which is to bring the viewer into part of the artwork and let them join in the innovation of the photograph. Different people would have different feelings. Click here to visit Artist personal page.
Exhibition Hours to April 9: Wed, March 30: 3 – 6 pm; Friday 4-8 pm; Sat 3 – 6 pm; Monday 4 – 8 pm; Wed 3-6 pm; Thursday 3-6 pm. Extended to Friday and Saturday 2 – 5 pm. And By appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org Opening Reception: Saturday, March 26, 2016, 6 – 8 pm.
December 8-23, 2015. Flying is fun in New York by Jean Leclercqz Kelza
Why flying? When I was a child I loved to play with my kite at the seaside and also simply because it does me good to move with my flying visuals in a space free of all constraints, weight and perspective and far from the torment of today’s world, which whirls in all directions with often extraordinary violence. Primitive art has always fascinated me and in one way or another has always influenced me, consciously or unconsciously. If flying makes me feel good, calms me, I imagine that my visual works also transmit a form of happiness, fulfillment or simply life in a playful form. Primitive art and the lives of people who lived in harmony with nature in quasi self-sufficiency have always fascinated me. All these peoples with their ancestral riches have been swept aside by the train of civilization. Most of these «primitive» peoples disappeared in the late 19th or early 20th century. I think our technology-dominated society should sometimes, without relinquishing its scientific progress, take the time to consider the cultural wealth of these peoples, most of whom considered our Earth, our planet as their mother.
December 8 – 23, 2015. “MOMENTS IN TIME” 2 Week exhibit
Photographers and traditional artists preserve a MOMENT IN TIME.
Mosaic Sculpture Art
Congrats Irit Levy – your sculpture featured, and for your October 11-22 Gateway NYC Exhibit with 21 Israeli artists – Yael Nitzan Curator.
Gorgeous blog/website !! Wonderful intro to ceramic mosaic new and old. See the Krishnamurti quote about unlocking creativity; see the prior blog posts.