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Ceres Gallery presents 10 simultaneous exhibitions each week for 5 weeks with space available for both two and three-dimensional work. Read more.

Gallery I
October 20 – November 28, 2020

Libbet Loughnan

Six Feet Apart

Libbet Loughnan, Masked Man & Manhattan, Acrylic on canvas, 18 X 33 inches

Recognized for its rich colors and dark shadows, Loughnan’s work explores connectedness and the beautiful fragility of life. The artist’s 3rd solo exhibition in NYC looks at these themes from the perspective of today’s global pandemic, and includes 2D and 3D movable works. 
Loughnan has exhibited in shows across four continents, won numerous awards and participated in art residencies in the USA, Italy and Mexico. Please find more on the gallery’s artist page.

Gallery II
October 20 – November 14, 2020

Anne Drager

White on Black

Anne Drager, Feeding a Giraffe, Acrylic on wood, 14 x 11 inches

Ceres Gallery is pleased to present White on Black, a series of paintings on wood – except for two large ones – by German-born artist Anne Drager. White on Black has a series of humans and one of animals. The white outlines on black background straddle between illustration, cartoon and fine-art. In the past two years Drager has not exhibited due to illness. To celebrate her come-back show at CERES, a New York City Women’s Gallery founded in 1984, all proceeds go to L’Arche USA, an organization for people with disabilities, and New York’s Middle Collegiate Church.Drager’s work won honorable mention at the Guildhall in East Hampton under jurors Robert Storr, former dean of the Yale Art School, and from Instagram-Celebrity curator Jia Jia Fei, director of Digital at the Jewish Museum. Drager’s work has been rented for props by the TV Show “The Affair” (Season3). She says about her art: “I made the turn from art appreciation to art making during a time of need and it continuously provides new destinations of healing, learning, discovery and contemplation. Hence, my art is a tool for living”. 

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December 1 – December 19, 2020