Saturday, November 23, 2013

A.I.R. Gallery December Exhibitions

You are invited to see
A.I.R. Gallery December exhibitions.
And you can see Okada's New Painting
will be exhibited in the
Generations IX: The Red/Pink Show!
Please come to the Opening reception,
Thursday, December 5, 6-9pm. 
A.I.R. Gallery Presents:
Generations IX, Linda Kuehne, and Ephemeral 
December 5, 2013 - January 4, 2014

Opening Reception:
Thursday, December 5, 2013 from 6-9pm

Paddy Johnson Prize:
Thursday, January 2, 2014 at 6:00pm

 Gallery I: 
Generations IX: The Red/Pink Show!
A biennial benefit exhibition of art made by women.
The Generations series was started in 1997 as a fundraising exhibition to commemorate the 25th anniversary of A.I.R. Gallery. Since then it has continued biannually. This year, Generations IX: The Red/Pink Show! showcases over two hundred distinguished as well as emerging artists from cities such as New York, Boston, and Los Angeles, as well as countries such as Korea and Italy.  
For a full press release, please CLICK HERE.

Gallery II:
Linda Kuehne
Suburban Landscapes: The Architecture of Nowhere
Kuehne re-interprets the landscape through a contemporary lens, exploring the sublime as it does, or doesn't exist today. She photographs mundane objects juxtaposed against the landscape, combining the literal with the suggestive and abstract. Her work frequently contains geometric shapes, stark forms, swaths of color that divorce the images from the illusory depth perspective one usually associates with photography, rendering her ideas and concerns in an almost painterly, metaphoric way. 
For a full press release, please CLICK HERE

Gallery III:
Liz Biddle, Nancy Lasar and Ann Sgarlata

Ephemeral includes paintings, mixed media and prints from three accomplished women artists - Liz Biddle, Ann Sgarlata and Nancy Lasar. While these artists' works are similar in their portrayal of the transient nature of life, the moods they create and the media they employ are vastly different. The works of these three artists have been exhibited in museums and galleries both in the U.S. and abroad.  They are also represented in prestigious public and private collections.  
For a full press release, please CLICK HERE. 

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A.I.R. programs and exhibitions are made possible by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the NY State Council on the Arts, JP Morgan Chase through a re-grant from the Brooklyn Arts Council, as well as generous support from the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, The Bernheim Foundation, The Gifford Foundation, Elizabeth A. Sackler, The Milton and Sally Avery Foundation, and many generous individual donors.
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