Curated by Scott Bluedorn
June 24 – October 15, 2017
Artist Reception June 24 from 7-10pm
The Islip Art Museum is pleased to announce the 2017 annual open call Duality: Glimpses of the Other Side. The 2017 annual open call asked artists to seek out what’s hidden behind the veil of perception to reveal chaos in the mundane, beauty in the ordinary, and depravity in the wholesome.
Understanding the duality of our world can be an enriching activity, reflecting it through art showcases the wit and playfulness of the mind. One’s perception of their surroundings is often skewed through their personal lens and individual worldview.
Inspired by last-January’s Women’s Marches, where women and allies gathered in record numbers, the notion of “strength in numbers” can be felt throughout BIGGER, BOLDER, BETTER. Curators Jaynie, Crimmins, Christina Massey, and Etty Yaniv bring together fifteen women artists whose work utilize fragmentation, repetition, distinct use of daily ephemeral materials, and labor intensive processes.
The Adelphi University Exhibitions Program is proud to present the Eighth Outdoor Sculpture Biennial, featuring the works of sculptors Miggy Buck, Chris Esposito, Matt Greco, Tamiko Kawata, Thea Lanzisero, Niki Lederer and Lorryn Moore.
The Adelphi University Outdoor Sculpture Biennial is a showcase of work located throughout the greenery of our charming campus.
This exhibition, which is open to the public, will be up from July 31, 2016, to May 31, 2018, with a free reception to be held on Saturday, September 17, 2016, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Ruth S. Harley University Center lobby. A walking tour of the sculptures will begin at 2:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.
Miniscules, a group show curated by Wilma Vissers, at Galerie Badweg 3 in Bosward, The Netherlands. The exhibition featured miniature work that fit into the palm of your hand, by an international group of artists. September 10 through October 9, 2016.
Vernissage, September 10 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Judith Spijksma of the modern art department at the Fries Museum in Leeuwarden (NL) delivered a talk about the show.
Found re-purposed plastic bottles, machine screws, hex nuts, nylon rope combine to create sinuous sculptures in green, blue, yellow and purple tumbling out of the windows of 405B on Colonels Row on Governors Island. Open every weekend in September.