Month: April 2015

CALL FOR HAITIAN ARTISTS – Art exhibition, summer 2015 at Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba


The Artist Forum of the Consulate General of Haiti in New York is hosting an art exhibition with panel discussion at Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba, 214 E 2nd Street, New York, NY 10009 in the summer of 2015 featuring 60 artworks by Haitian artists. No Entry Fee.

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June 12 | BX200 Virtual Artist Studios @ No Longer Empty Part 2

Please join us for Part 2 of BX200 Virtual Artist Studios in conjunction with No Longer Empty’s public programming for the exhibition:

WHEN YOU CUT INTO THE PRESENT THE FUTURE LEAKS OUT
at the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse, 878 Brook Ave, Bronx 10451

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Photos from our first BX200 Virtual Artist Studios! Photos by Ignacio Soltero

Thanks Ignacio for these photos from our first public event. We had a great time listening to artists Melanie Gonzalez, Olga Kitt, Lisa Lebofsky, Aristides Logothesis, Al”PerOne” Oyague and Edwin Torres speak about their work!

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APRIL 17 – JUNE 27 | Manuel Acevedo, Donald Daedalus, and Nicolás Dumit Estévez – THEN & NOW: Ten Years of Residencies at the Center for Book Arts

This exhibition examines two of the Center’s core programs: the Artist-in-Residence Workspace Grant program and the Scholarship for Advanced Study in Book Arts. As part of the Center’s 40th anniversary year, selected work will be shown from approximately 50 artists who participated in these programs over the last ten years.

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May 1 – May 3 | WALLWORKS NEW YORK Gallery at Yonkers Arts Weekend 2015: Urban Arts Festival

WALLWORKS NEW YORK is excited to be a featured exhibitor at the second annual Yonkers Arts Weekend! With a full floor in the iPark complex of Downtown Yonkers, the gallery will host works and installations from artists including CRASH, DAZE, Br163, TATS Cru, Steph Burr, John Paul O’Grodnick and Nick Walker.

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April 28 – May 22 | Valeri Larko – “A Bronx Block: Selections from the Ferris Stahl Meyer Paintings” at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA

“A Bronx Block: Selections from the Ferris Stahl Meyer Paintings” will be on view at Montserrat College of Art from April 28-May 22 in the Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery.

Artist reception: Thursday April 30, from 5-7 PM.

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April 22 – June 24 | Casita Maria – ALICIA GRULLÓN / LLEVAR Exhibition

Casita Maria is proud to present LLEVAR a survey of Bronx-based artist
ALICIA GRULLÓN’s recent work, curated by Christine Licata. Spanning the last 10 years of Grullón’s interdisciplinary practice, the show includes a combination of on-going and individual projects that explore the politics of race, gender, class and economics between underrepresented communities and society as a whole.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

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April 19 – July 31 | Derfner Judaica Museum + The Art Collection at Hebrew Home at Riverdale – Doug Brin: Journals and Surrealist Impulse: Works from the Permanent Collection

The Derfner Judaica Museum + The Art Collection at Hebrew Home at Riverdale is pleased to announce two concurrent exhibitions opening on Sunday, April 19, 2015, reception from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

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NEWS 12 The Bronx | New website helps to connect Bronx artists

THE BRONX – A website that launched two weeks ago is showcasing the work of about 200 Bronx artists, from painters to graffiti artists.

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BX200 Launch Party | Photos

The BX200 Official Launch Party was a huge success! We are thrilled that over 300 people attended the event at the Bronx Museum on March 25 to help us celebrate. Thank you for joining us!

It was an honor to meet so many of the fabulous artists on the BX200 site in person and to see their artwork up on the big screen. You made our night and our website! Your art is the main reason the site exists. You are an important part of the vibrant cultural life of the Bronx and we applaud you for your talent and creativity.

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