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June 18-July 13, 2024

Gallery I

Raising Women’s Voices 2024

June 18 – July 13, 2024

Reception: Thursday, June 20, 6-8pm

Raising Women’s Voices 2024

June 18 – July 13, 2024

Opening reception: Thursday June 20, 6-8pm

Ceres Gallery is pleased to present our annual group exhibition of select gallery artists. Work in this exhibition will highlight the many points of view of Ceres’ artists expressed through their work in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, and photography. 

Participating artists: Kyra Belan, Marcy Bernstein, Regina Corritore, Hagar Fletcher, Nina Fletcher, Pamela Flynn, Jayne Gaskins, Hollis Hildebrand-Mills, Pat Hill Cresson, Libbet Loughnan, Anne Mondro, Christine Mottau, Mary Alice Orito, Francine Perlman, Nancy Quin, Yu Rong, Ann R. Shapiro, Maria Torffield, Kathlene Tracy, Vivian Tsao, Micaela de Vivero

Gallery II

Virginia Mallon

Even in the Garden

June 18 – July 15, 2024

Reception: Thursday, June 20, 6-8pm

Inner Beasts

Even in the Garden
Ceres Gallery is pleased to present Even in the Garden and Inner Beasts, new paintings by Virginia Mallon.  A timely exhibit which explores myths and bible stories about women’s role in the world. The exhibition touches upon fictional events portrayed as reality, representing the loss of feminine power and the birth of the patriarchy. It launches from antiquity and reaches forward to the present to examine how antiquated ideology still rules our contemporary world. Inner Beasts contemplates how women are groomed from a very early age to conform, as so aptly communicated in the Barbie movie, “You have to be thin, but not too thin…you have to stay pretty for men, but not so pretty that you tempt them too much or that you threaten other women…never get old, never be rude, never show off, never be selfish…”  It is no wonder that the term masking was coined. We mask to deflect attention and to conform to societal pressures. This series looks at what is under the mask, the authentic, yet hidden, inner beasts. Mallon is an artist working in paint, photography, and mixed media. Her work contemplates religious, historic, and mythological women, personal histories, and the psychological undercurrents of contemporary society.  For more information, please visit www.VirginiaMallon.com .
Ceres Gallery is a feminist, not-for-profit, alternative space in New York City, dedicated to the promotion of contemporary women in the arts. Ceres serves as a supportive base for a diversity of artistic and political views. Over the years Ceres has encouraged not only artists but writers, musicians, dancers, poets and storytellers to perform in the gallery and take risks with their work that might not be possible in a commercial setting. The members of Ceres Gallery believe the arts provide an important social service – that art has the power to educate, enhance, and enrich the quality and depth of people’s lives.


July 16 – August 10, 2024

Friends Expo