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  • Corona Cityscapes: Photographs by Alexei Hay
    Tuesday, June 24 – Tuesday, August 31   Armed with masks, gloves, an 8X10 large format camera and a healthy dose of fear, during the first few weeks of New York City’s COVID-19 lockdown photographer Alexei Hay and master printer David Frawley drove a bucket truck to New York City’s busiest intersections. Rising several stories off the ground with the help of the truck’s hydraulic crane to photograph streets that usually embody the city’s hustle-and-bustle, Hay’s pictures instead display an eerie stillness. The stories his photographs tell are now familiar: Empty Manhattan...
    By: Nadine Johnson & Associates
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  • The Healing Power of ART In Honor of Nature
    Manhattan Arts International presents “The Healing Power of ART In Honor of Nature” online exhibition, curated by Renee Phillips, that features painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, digital art, and mixed media by 75 artists from around the world. It is presented on The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS website, which is an initiative of Manhattan Arts International. About The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS website The website at serves as a catalyst for healing and raises awareness for positive change. We believe that art has the power to heal,...
    By: Manhattan Arts International
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  • The Shadow Self by Thelma van Rensburg
    I exIst  In multIples : A journey Into the shadow self   Childhood trauma caused by emotional and psychological abuse by a caregiver causes severe long term mental distress. Psychologists argue that severe emotional abuse or neglect in childhood causes a fragmentation of the self where certain parts of the victim’s self becomes disassociated or split off as a maladaptive protective response to the trauma.  The person disassociates the trauma and parts of him/herself to survive the trauma.  The traumatised parts therefore becomes part of the persons shadow self...
    By: Thelma van Rensburg
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  • New World Chess Hall of Fame Exhibitions Celebrate Chess Prodigies, Chess from Around the World and Food and Drink-Themed Sets
    The World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF), the leading chess cultural center in the country, announces two, all-new exhibitions – Pawns & Passports: Chess Sets from Around the Globe and Check, Please! Chess Dining & Decor— showcasing how the timeless game has been influenced by people and cultures, along with its aesthetic impact on food and drink. In addition, WCHOF continues its popular exhibition Masterminds: Chess Prodigies, currently on view that focuses on real-life chess prodigies as well as inspiring fiction such as The Queen’s Gambit. Pawns...
    By: World Chess Hall of Fame
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  • Melting Point: Group Exhibition of Glass and Ceramic Artists
    Heller Gallery in collaboration with Ferrin Contemporary, is pleased to present Melting Point, a group exhibition of glass and ceramic artists whose use of the melting point is central to their practice. Featuring nearly 100 works by 22 artists, the exhibition will be on view June 24- September 5, 2021, at Heller Gallery in New York City and Ferrin Contemporary on the MASS MoCA campus in North Adams. The artists, both established and emerging, explore the inherent physical qualities of materials that are formed and reformed by melting, as well as express...
    By: StudioStripe NYC
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  • Installazione collettiva CORRELAZIONI - Legami di Rame
    Dal 4 al 6 Giugno 2021 l'installazione collettiva CORRELAZIONI – Legami di RAME sarà esposta, con il patrocinio del Municipio 9 del Comune di Milano, presso La Stecca 3.0 in via De Castillia 26, Milano. L'installazione, frutto di una call lanciata nei mesi scorsi dall'associazione di promozione sociale LeArtiPossibili, è composta da un totale di 593 lastrine di alluminio anodizzato rame di misura 15 x 15 cm, realizzate da 37 artisti e creativi e 25 gruppi provenienti da strutture di riabilitazione, aggregazione e istituti scolastici di vario grado. L'intento dell'...
    By: M2F Communication
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    Dear Friends, It is with utmost excitement that we share, "A Voice Unheard, Edmund: An Artist's Journey" by our Cofounder and Artist, Don Munson.  Don's long-awaited novella is a poetic undertaking, detailing his life and his ceaseless artistic path. He writes,   "EDMUND is my autobiographical novella. A passionate expression of self and art. Art is a beautiful powerful voice unheard. Both secular and spiritual, an allegory of life." In addition to the publication of his memoir, EKD Gallery will be opening "The Viewing Room" a virtual space to display Don's...
    By: EKD Gallery
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  • GROUNDED opens at the SLEEPCENTER Gallery
    The art exhibition explores thresholds of imbalance and sensibility New York, NY - May 5, 2021 – RE:ARTISTE  International Art Organization and The Espejo Organization for the Arts are pleased to present GROUNDED, an art exhibition juried by award-winning visual artist Mensur Bojda that will be hosted at the SLEEPCENTER Gallery from May 10th to May 20th, 2021. “The word ‘grounded’ means ‘well-balanced’ and ‘sensible’, while it also means ‘prohibited from doing certain things’. During the past year, we have been forced indoors by the pandemic and the quarantine measures. But what...
    By: The Espejo Organization for the Arts
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  • "Matthew Shlian: Light Years"
    HEATHER GAUDIO FINE ART is pleased to present “Matthew Shlian: Light Years”, his first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show opens on June 26th and will run through August 7th. Shlian’s work straddles the world of paper engineering and the fine arts, a place where two-dimensional paper becomes intricately sculpted into precise and stunning three-dimensional forms. His work is rooted in printed media, book arts and commercial design, where paper gets folded, tessellated, compressed and arranged in unexpected ways. Modular aggregation and the way in which shapes repeat, morph and...
    By: Heather Gaudio Fine Art
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