Exhibition List July 2022
Updated: Jul 10, 2022
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New York City
Cosmic Connections: Calderón Gallery, on view July 7—August 6, 2022
Cosmic Connections brings together a group of artists exploring the nature of the interpersonal human bond and the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition features artists Panmela Castro, Ala Dehghan, Delvin Lugo, Armig Santos, Julie Severino, and Sydney Vernon.
Outside: Regular Normal w/ Dinner Gallery, on view July 7—August 1, 2022
A group exhibition featuring the works of 15 contemporary artists.The show title pays homage to the humorous phrase “WE OUTSIDE! (TAMO AFUERA!) Which emerged as a counter response to the unforeseeable pause our lives took back in 2020. These artists will be presenting works that are capturing both ephemeral and memorable moments experienced by being back to our “usual” lives’ schedule.
Holy Water: Eric Firestone Gallery, The Garage on view from July 2 through July 24
Holy Water, Curated by Zoe Lukov features painting, sculpture, and photography by established artists such as Radcliffe Bailey, Raúl de Nieves, Zhang Huan, April Gornik, and Jwan Yosef, alongside rising stars like Bony Ramirez, Gabriela Ruiz, and Hiba Schahbaz, as well as emerging artists including Shagha Ariannia, Armani Howard, and Nereida Patricia. Each artist has a profound relationship with bodies of water and the way that both the myths and histories of our relationships with water have deep cultural, spiritual, and political implications
RESILIENCE: Superposition Gallery at Eastville Museum on view till September 30th
In honor of its four year anniversary, Superposition Gallery presents RESILIENCE, curated by Storm Ascher, at Eastville Community Historical Society. To mitigate the erasure of Black and Indigenous history in the Village of Sag Harbor, Superposition is hosting a benefit sale exhibition of framed prints, drawings, and paintings to raise funds for the museum’s archival research initiative documenting Black & Indigenous History in the Hamptons and building the museum’s contemporary collection of artists and scholars who are reclaiming the Hamptons in this new era.Participating artists: Derrick Adams, Patrick Alston, Jessica Taylor Bellamy, Knowledge Bennett, Michael A. Butler, Renee Cox, Jeremy Dennis, Eilen Itzel Mena, Nate Lewis, Melanie Luna, Audrey Lyall, Helina Metafaria, Ambrose Rhapsody Murray, Chinaedu Nwadibia, Naila Opiangah, Miguel Angel Payano Jr., John Rivas, Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, Tariku Shiferaw, Marcus Leslie Singleton, Raelis Vasquez.
MASTERPIECE III: An Ode to Okwui Enwezor, on view till Aug 6th
Band of Vices is pleased to present MASTERPIECE III: An Ode to Okwui Enwezor (“MIII”). MIII is the third exhibition in a series of annual group shows conceived of and curated by Band of Vices Senior Curator, Melvin A. Marshall. This year, Mr. Marshall is pleased to partner with independent curator Raphael Dapaah, an emerging force in the global art market with a particular emphasis on artists in Africa and of the African Diaspora. The goal of MIII is to shift and shatter outdated relations between African art and contemporaneity by collaborating with top international artists to enlarge and expand the art world’s understanding of African and Black artists.Featuring Artists: Alanis Forde, B. Moore, Bianca Walker, Danny Wonders, Kaloki Nyama, Nina Satie, Oluseye Ogunes, Richard Mensah, Ronald Mugabe, Talita Long, Wesley Bwambale, Yrneh Gabon & Tony Ramos.
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