September 5 - September 30, 2017
Elizabeth Downer Riker
Beneath the Same Sky
This series of paintings juxtaposes the experience of farming in two of the most profoundly different parts of the Americas – the New York metropolis and a Mesoamerican village in Mexico.
Cloud Storage: Memes and Graphemes
IMemes and graphemes from diverse orthographies combine in a transparent cloud installation. Captured in the cloud are the reimagined writing systems that people use to tell stories and store knowledge.
October 3 - 28, 2017
Madelon Jones’ recent work represents her continuing exploration using cut papers to create shapes which move through space. Her images become a representation of her view of nature and life.
Pat Hill Cresson
The Gloucester Series & Shades of Summer
Monoprints capture the movement of natural forces through continuous lines, shapes, textures and colors. The oil/wax
paintings use the foundation of a grid combining organic and geometric form.
October 31 - November 25, 2017
Recent paintings are an exploration of looking inward. The physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual dialogue is
expressed through color and light found in Sanskrit chakra theory and the form of traditional oil painting.
Curated by pame la shields and susan kaplow, this show explores wome n artists’ relationship to the vulva. work in a variety of med ia will be on display in the gallery with an expanded 8virtual show as well.
November 29 - December 30, 2017
January 2 - January 27, 2018
American Society of Contemporary Artists: Members Exhibition
Established in 1917 as the brooklyn society of artists, ASCA continues to be a vibrant organization of men and women artists exhibiting together.
January 30 - February 24, 2018
Portraits: Sculpture and Paintings
The artist presents a series of portraits. While many commissions are private, a number have been lent back exclusively for showing here along with storylines on how they came about.
Displacement: Women’s Journeys
Curated by Pauline Chernichaw and Aldera Ortega, this exhibition explores social, sociopolitical and socioeconomic issues defined by the shifting cultures and global movement of women.
February 27 - March 24, 2018
Figure It Out: Then and Now
Joyce Parcher continues her focus on the figure. The past is reflected in her present work, which continues to evolve into new ideas and imagery.
The Sky’s the Limit
This work is about what the artist sees and feels when she looks at the sky – an infinite number of visions, with palette as varied as can be.
March 27 - April 21, 2018
Using irregular wood panels and a variety of media and materials, the sculptural paintings in the show, LifeLine reflects Greenwald’s own “life review” in abstract visual form.
Where is Home?
This ceramic work pays homage to refugees who flee intolerable situations. Environmental, political and cultural issues confront us with the question: Where is home?
April 24 - May 19, 2018
Ann Shapiro and Michelle Stone
The landscape varies from imperceptible to overwhelmingly large. Climate change and global warming are altering how our landscape appears.
New work by this multimedia artist includes collages, sculptures and paintings.
May 22 - June 16, 2018
Ceres’ annual group exhibition of selected members.
Uptown Bound: A Retrospective
In April 2000, Nishimura was attracted to the lights and shadows created by NY subway architecture, especially the way the roofs of cars and tracks are bathed in light from the street.artist addresses the history of women's labor with a subversive approach.
June 19 - July 14, 2018
13th National Juried Exhibition
This year’s biennial exhibition will be chosen by a curator from a major New York museum.
July 17 - August 11, 2018
September 4- 29, 2018