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Current and upcoming projects for :VLADIMIR CYBIL CHARLIER
Dream Deferred Organized by Geoff Sciacca and Christian Dunn August 24th-September 18th, Stamford University http://www.thedreamdeferred.com/
Art Off-Screen Curated by Eileen Jeng-Lynch SeptEMBER 12-26, 2020 Multiple locations[...]
Updates on recent, current and upcoming exhibitions and projects for:KARINA AGUILERA SKVIRSKY The Laundromat Project Karina Aguilera Skvirsky
I became an American citizen, exclusively, to vote against W. Bush. – Anexora Skvirsky (the Artist’s Mother)
Image credit: Taylor Kwogios
Karina Aguilera Skvirsky is a multidisciplinary artist that works mainly with photographs, video, and performance. She has[...]
BY ALEX GREENBERGERArtNews March 10, 2020 10:59am Alfredo Jaar’s The Silence of Nduwayezu (1997), as shown at Goodman Gallery in London in 2019.GUY BELL/SHUTTERSTOCK
The Hasselblad Prize is perhaps the greatest honor a photographer can receive, and winning it often[...]
Kim Dingle, Full Service – Restaurant Mandala, 2012/2020 (detail)
Kim Dingle Restaurant Mandalas September 8 – October 17
Andrew Kreps Gallery is excited to reopen its 22 Cortlandt Alley location to the public with an exhibition of works by the Los Angeles-based artist Kim Dingle, titled Restaurant Mandalas.
Kim Dingle began her series of restaurant paintings in the[...]
The Weekly Journal
Lionel Cruet Explores Ecological Spaces With Latest NYC Exhibit ‘Dusk/Daybreak’ showcases the Puerto Rican artist’s masterful use of color Giovanna Garofalo, The Weekly Journal Aug 26, 2020 Updated Aug 26, 2020 Puerto Rican artist Lionel Cruet has received international acclaim for his compelling themes and imagery.
As part of his continuous endeavors and projects, internationally acclaimed Puerto[...]
Upcoming Exhibition Including:Debora Hirsch My upcoming group exhibition in New York is:
Bound up Together: On the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
Curated by Rachel Gugelberger
Smack Mellon, New York
October 3 – December 13, 2020
I will present an installation about Henrietta Lacks, an African American woman who had cervical cancer. In 1951, a scientist at the Johns Hopkins[...]
ArteFuse“Rock, Paper, Scissors” at C24 Gallery in partnership with The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts 06/14/2019 by KATE MENARD “Rock, Paper, Scissors” at C24 Gallery in partnership with The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. Installation view courtesy of the gallery.
In the aptly titled show “Rock, Paper, Scissors,”[...]
ecofeminism(s)By Alex A. Jones Betsy Damon, The Memory of Clean Water, 1985. © Betsy Damon. Courtesy the artist
You could say it is a terrible time to open a gallery show. New York City languishes in an ongoing lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic, while a nationwide civil rights movement calls for our attention.[...]