“The less there is to look at, the more important it is that we look at it closely and carefully. This is critical to abstract art. Small differences make all the difference.”
― Kirk Varnedoe, Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art Since Pollock
“49 Years; Embracing the Past” seeks to showcase art that acknowledges the struggle for equality by the Stonewall veterans and LGBTQ activists from the past and present, the fight for acceptance in the arts, government, sports, education, and entertainment, the AIDS epidemic, Marriage Equality, Gays in the military, and leaders and personalities such as Larry Kramer/Act Up, Harvey Milk, Audrey Lorde, Sylvia Rivera, and Virginia Woolf, and the diversity of views and voices found in the LGBTQ community.
“49 Years; Embracing the Past” is a companion exhibition with “49 Years; Focusing on the Future,” on display at the Hudson County Courthouse.
This show is an Official Jersey City LGBT Pride Festival Event.
OPENING RECEPTION: Tuesday, August 7th - 7:30 PM ET
The name is etymologically derived from the Greek root κλέω/κλείω meaning “to recount,” “to celebrate,” or “to make famous.”
With a nod to its inspiration, CLIO ART FAIR has been created with the idea of showcasing the careers and achievements of already affirmed creative minds.
By specifically targeting artists without any exclusive NYC gallery representation, CLIO ART FAIR focuses attention on the kinds of contemporary art and interventions that are being created by independent artists the world over, since 2014.
Each year thousands of art industry insiders flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art and artists that will shape trends in galleries worldwide. Hosting more than 35,000 avid art enthusiasts annually, we’re the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers—including gallery owners and managers, art dealers, interior designers, architects, corporate art buyers, and art and framing retailers.
Is resistance only the refusal to accept the status quo? Is it just an outgrowth of an individual’s struggle for justice? If resistance is necessary for change to be made, does resistance to change always prevent progress? Come celebrate the opening of the new gallery, and the beginning of our season, both on the topic of Resistance. Paul Di Zefalo (event image)
The Big Exhibition is an annual event that is celebrating the Passover Season, with the purpose of providing exposure and recognition to a host of incredible artists and photographers not only from Israel, but across the globe.
HobokenArts Online Gallery is proud to announce its first fine art exhibition of the year - NEW WORKS 2018 - to be held March 2 - April 8th at the Garden Level Gallery. The closing reception will be Sunday, April 8, 1-3 pm.