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New York

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“Ethereal” Exhibition, at Leila Heller Gallery (Chelsea), Oct 23 - Dec 13, 2014

The visual arts of the Indian Subcontinent are typically associated with abundant ornament, rich encrustation and riotous color. However, the region has also given rise to a tradition of quiet restraint, evident both in spiritual practice and in forms of representation, whose cultural manifestations are spare, fragile, and even tentative. Whether sculpture, photography or experimental video, each artwork in this exhibition is marked by an etherea... (Read More)

New York

Starts Today

“Ethereal” Exhibition, at Leila Heller Gallery (Chelsea), Oct 23 - Dec 13, 2014

The visual arts of the Indian Subcontinent are typically associated with abundant ornament, rich encrustation and riotous color. However, the region has also given rise to a tradition of quiet restraint, evident both in spiritual practice and in forms of representation, whose cultural manifestations are spare, fragile, and even tentative. Whether sculpture, photography or experimental video, each artwork in this exhibition is marked by an etherea... (Read More)

New York

Starts Today

Róza El-Hassan Exhibition, at Thomas Erben Gallery, Oct 23 - Dec 6, 2014

Róza El-Hassan (b. 1966, Budapest) is an artist of Syrian/Hungarian nationality, who works and lives in Budapest. Showcasing El-Hassan’s acute sensibility, her exhibition will include wooden figures, works on paper, wall-drawings and mixed media sculptures. Since the beginning of 2012, she is one of the organizers of Syrian Voices, which serves as a platform for artists inside Syria as well as in the diaspora. El-Hassan’s social intervention a... (Read More)

Jersey City

Call for Artists for Exhibitions & Social Community. No Fees., at Multiple Locations, Sep 6, 2014 - Jan 1, 2016

Please visit Michael-Hanna.org/JCAI and twitter.com/JC_Artists for more information. ***Exhibitions: The Jersey City Artist Intiative actively seeks to secure exhibitions to display the art of our members, both fine artists and writers. So how do we select who gets to exhibit?*** 1. Attendence and participation at JCAI is by far the largest factor. 2. We want to exhibit established artists but we also want to give a chance to members who a... (Read More)

New York

“What Would Mrs. Webb Do?: A Founding Vision” Exhibition, at Museum of Arts & Design, Sep 23, 2014 - Feb 8, 2015

The Museum of Arts and Design celebrates the enduring vision of its founder Aileen Osborn Webb with What Would Mrs. Webb Do? A Founding Vision, an exhibition highlighting Webb’s advocacy and dedication to skilled makers across America. As a patron and philanthropist, Webb pioneered a contemporary appreciation for craftsmanship and the handmade as integral to America’s cultural heritage. The exhibition illustrates the impact of such advocacy throu... (Read More)

New York

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“From the Other Side”Exhibition, at Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, Sep 30 - Oct 25, 2014

Hollow mannequins, funerary urns, cow manure, autumn ponds, rainbows, soldiers, futuristic industrial landscapes, drawing experiments, and an imaginary encounter between literary figures all invite the viewer to interpret the artists’ work, not necessarily through a common narrative, but rather by unraveling the clustered connections in the works’ content. Matters of life and death, environmental concerns, social commentary as well as formal and ... (Read More)

New York

Only 2 days left

“From the Other Side”Exhibition, at Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, Sep 30 - Oct 25, 2014

Hollow mannequins, funerary urns, cow manure, autumn ponds, rainbows, soldiers, futuristic industrial landscapes, drawing experiments, and an imaginary encounter between literary figures all invite the viewer to interpret the artists’ work, not necessarily through a common narrative, but rather by unraveling the clustered connections in the works’ content. Matters of life and death, environmental concerns, social commentary as well as formal and ... (Read More)

Kansas City

Tina Donovan, Dia de los Muertos, at Mattie RhodesGallery, Oct 3 - Nov 15, 2014

A celebration of the cultural event for Day of the Dead. Art and Altar Opening Reception: First Friday, October 3rd - 6:00 to 10:00pm Street Festival and Parade: Saturday, October 4th - 1:00-10:00pm Closing Reception: First Friday, November 7th - 6:00 - 10:00pm Mixed selection of artists celebrating through art and culture. Featured artist James Jukes Myself, Tina Donovan will be exhibiting along with fellow art collec... (Read More)

New York

“Divergent Realities” Exhibition, at Agora Gallery, Oct 10 - 30, 2014

Divergent Realities presents the work of artists who each use their personal vision of the world as a basis for a comprehensive network of understanding and perception. Their varied interpretations then inform and enrich their exemplary artwork. Every aspect of both shared and individual experience impacts these creations, a testament to the artists’ close observation and careful consideration. (Read More)

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