Past Exhibitions

An Urban Scientist – Robert Daniels

THE INTERCHURCH CENTER TREASURE ROOM ARTIST STATEMENT “I am inspired by the desire to tell a story. Artists are messengers and we document information in a visual form. I want both our children and African-American adults to feel pride and identify with their rich and illustrious history. Art is a source of pride and spiritual healing. Read More…

THE PAST IS PRESENT assemblages by MARCIA BERNSTEIN

ARTIST STATEMENT These assemblages are from my series “THE PAST IS PRESENT.” I began as a painter, however a desire for varied materials and textures and for more of a sculptural concept led me from painting to working in mixed media. I have always worked in the abstract mode.These pieces have been inspired by my Read More…

CONCRETE and SOIL photographs by GERALD FELDMAN

This exhibition is part of The Interchurch Center 50th Anniversary Celebration 2010 CONCRETE and SOIL INTRODUCTION Images of the modern urban environs of New York and New Jersey comprise the majority of Gerald Feldman’s photographic portfolio. His cityscapes are unique in capturing dramatic combinations of natural phenomena, like seasonal change, the effects of weather, and Read More…

The Geometry of Harriet FeBland

ARTIST STATEMENT Long ago I chose geometry as the fundamental language and basis for my life’s work. It is a universal element, a powerful ‘subject’ and exacting entity, but for me, very beautiful in its purity which I hoped to personalize and make reachable and humanize. It is universally understood by all cultures, even found Read More…

Excavations Non Objective a solo exhibition of paintings – Michael Filan

Artist’s Reception July 15, 2010 Riverside Lobby 4 – 7 pm Presented by THE INTERCHURCH CENTER, Paula M. Mayo: President & Executive Director Curated by Frank DeGregorie — All paintings are for sale. For sales information please call 212.870.3271. This exhibition is part of The Interchurch Center 50th Anniversary Celebration 2010 Artist’s Statement My paintings Read More…

A Home for the Peace Movement

The anti-Vietnam War peace movement of the 1960s and 1970s often functioned as a broad coalition of many disparate organizations, causes, and points of view, who came together periodically to speak and demonstrate against the war. Many young people were concerned about the ethics of the war itself, but of course the draft posed an Read More…

MISERERE ET GUERRE – This Anguished World of Shadows

Georges Rouault’s MISERERE ET GUERRE This Anguished World of Shadows Gallery Hours • Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm • Closed weekends Artists’ Reception April 15, 2010 Riverside Lobby 4 – 7 pm Georges Rouault (1871-1958) is an isolated figure in twentieth-century art, a man who remained outside of the group movements and Read More…

Harlem is… The Gospel Tradition

harlem is… The Gospel Tradition: The Spirit of Community tells the stories of four churches at the forefront of the migration of African Americans from Downtown to Harlem, honors contemporary religious leaders who have had a significant impact on the Harlem community and the congregations they serve, and encourages a deeper understanding of Harlem’s rich Read More…

Harlem Sewn Up ll

Harlem Sewn Up lI: Quilted Reflections of a Community Artists include: Anna Alvarez Michael Cummings Ife Felix Adriene Cruz Harlem Girls Quilting Circle Myrah Brown Green Pat Mabry Dindga McCannon

THE AFFAIR OF THE BRUSH

THE AFFAIR OF THE BRUSH I have spent many years on a long journey from representational to abstract art. Along the way, I have discovered that color is a critical element in my work. I view my art as a reflection of my soul. By using strong vibrant colors, I convey energy, anxiety, pain and Read More…