Past Exhibitions

Barbara Di Lorenzo & Tim Walsh

On Display: April 6 – May 8 (Weekdays, 9:00AM – 5:00PM) Artist Reception: April 20, 2017 (5:30PM – 7:30PM)

Latino Kids/Urbanscapes

On Display: March 1 – March 30 (Weekdays, 9:00AM – 5:00PM) Artist Reception: March 9, 2017 (5:30PM – 7:30PM) Lola Stanton – Latino Kids Artist Statement – Lola Stanton l “Latino Kids” l When I came up with the idea of a series of paintings that reflected my heritage, my students came to mind. At the Read More…

“Harlem is. . .Music,”

“Harlem is . . . Music,” an expanded exhibition shows us the musicians and institutions who helped make Harlem unique through a variety of music genres, from jazz and blues to hip-hop and rap from 1910 to the present. The growing installation uses photos, archival images and portraits to highlight contributions by more than 21 Read More…

Mackey Twins Art Gallery – Art’s Conscience II

October 31 – December 2 Featured Artists: Xenobia Bailey, Betty Blayton, Stacey Brown, Leroy Campbell, Demetric Denmark, James Denmark, Essud Fungcap, Magno Laracuente, Ruth Miller, Charly Palmer, TWIN

Haiti: Spirit of Nostalgia

Eric Girault ARTIST STATEMENT My work depicts the social issues of everyday life of the humble. I introduced the Neo-Impressionism style that best suits my emotions to express my views. My palette is somber. It is a mixture of green, blue, ochre, white, brown and sometimes orange, that some critics describe as pastel tones. My Read More…

Animals by June Kosloff

  Statement: My art ranges from iconic animals to abstract mixed media. Many of the animal subjects are from photos of undomesticated animals, some of which are endangered species. The expressiveness of the emotional life of animals is what compels me to paint and draw these animals.  I continually see how fragility and resiliency are intertwined and Read More…


EYEWITNESS: COREEN SIMPSON AND CHUCK STEWART Award-winning photographers Coreen Simpson and Chuck Stewart are eyewitnesses to many historical moments of the 20th and 21st centuries. The illustrious careers of Simpson and Stewart have roots in photojournalism. Initially, Stewart was a military photographer who documented early tests of the nuclear bomb, and retains an archive of Read More…

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