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Calendar 2003

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January thru December 2003

-- December 2 thru December 30, 2003 -- The Walter Wickiser Gallery cordially invites you to view art works by Rita Blit, Alexey Klimov, Renee Lerner, Susan Manspeizer. Of Myth and Metaphor Arabesque and Line - Flights of Transformation in Contemporary Sculpture. The gallery is located at 568 Broadway in Soho, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, December 6, 2003, from 6-8p.m.

--December 5 thru January 4, 2004-- Gallerie Guislain Etats d'Art presents Noir / Blanc. The gallery is located at 35, rue Guenegaud - 75006 Paris, France. Artists Featured: Alonso, Barre, Benrath, Degottex, Marfaing, Matsutani, Prassinos . . . Tel: 01 53 10 15 75. Vernissage: jeudi, 4 decembre, 2003 a partir de 18h. Ouverture: dimanche 7 decembre 14h30 - 19h a l'occasion de la Fete de la rue Guenegaud.

-- December 5 thru January 31, 2004 -- The Ukrainian Institute of America presents the exhibit of ILONA SOCHYNSKY Reflections and Permutations Come and join us. The Gallery is located at Fifth Avenue at 79th Street. RECEPTION: Saturday December 5, 2003 from 6-9p.m.

-- December 7 thru January 1, 2004 -- The Gallery at Shakespeare's Sister presents the work of Regina Perlin. Recent Oil Paintings - Landscapes of New York and Brooklyn. The gallery is located at 270 Court Street, Brooklyn. RECEPTION: Thursday, December 11, 2003, from 6-8p.m.

--December 10 thru January 3, 2004-- Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art (PSCA) announces the opening of a new exhibit entitled Residual States, featuring new oil paintings by Michelle Mackey and by Martin Penrose. Residual States exhibits abstract oil paintings by two New York artists. The works are a dialogue in what is revealed and what is concealed in the act of painting, with a special focus on surface, texture, color, and the illusion of layers and depth. Together, both artists explore key issues, including knowledge, structure, and mystery. The works, though largely abstract in nature, include some figurative elements. RECEPTION: Sunday, December 10th from 6-9pm.

--December 12 thru January 24, 2004-- Gallery Schlesinger Ltd. presents First Person. The gallery is located at 24 East 73rd Street, NYC 10021. Hours: Tuesday thru Friday from 11-5pm, and Saturdays from 12-4pm. Call during holiday season to confirm. Contact: Stephen L. Schlesinger. First Person stretches the term self-portrait. It is usually an image of the artist. It can be a moment in the life of an artist, his or her dog . . . it can be abstract. It is autobiographical. There is always inspiration from family, culture, environment, relationships, life experience, etc. Featured artists: Hannelore Baron, Bette Blank, Josef Beuys, Colette, Danielle Dimston, William Kentridge, Paul Resika, and others.

--Thursday, December 18, 2003 -- Branden W. Joseph will lecture on the work of Robert Whitman on as part of Dia's Robert Lehman Lectures Contemporary Art series. The lecture takes place in Dia's galleries at 548 West 22nd Street. Branden Joseph is Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at the University of California, Irvine, and an editor of Grey Room. He has written on John Cage, Robert Morris, and Andy Warhol, and his book Random Order: Rauschenberg and the Neo-Avant-Garde will be published by MIT Press in fall 2003. Robert Whitman's Playback is on view at Dia:Chelsea through January 11, 2004. EVENT: Thursday, December 18, 2003, at 6:30pm.


 

Playboy Centerfold
© Jason Salavon
Every Playboy Centerfold, The Decades

at the Gallerie Mitterand, Paris, France

Heads or Tails
© David Pena
Heads or Tails
October 2003 

--October 2 thru October 30, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery will present the work of Libby MacAvoy- Recent Paintings. The gallery is located at 568 Broadway,  Soho, NYC. Tuesday to  RECEPTION: Saturday, October 4th from 6-8pm.

--October 3 thru October 29, 2003-- Numero Uno Art will present the work of Patricia Rendleman in a Group Exhibition of Recent Paintings. The gallery is located at 511 West 25th Street, Suite 303, Chelsea, NYC.  RECEPTION: Friday, October 3rd from 6-8pm.

--October 4 thru October 31, 2003-- Mortis Dabora Gallery will present a Group Exhibition - Tall Tales of Death 2. Group exhibition on our favorite obsessive subject, death. Featuring painting, photography, sculpture, video and installation by 17 artists including H.R. Giger and Arne Svenson. - H.R. Giger, world-renown Swiss Fantastic Realism artist. - Arne Svenson, known for his striking photographs of the Mutter Museum and turn-of-the-century prisoners. Deadly performances on opening night. Exhibit is in conjuction with surrealist show including Ernst Fuchs and Salvador Dali at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center. Dabora Gallery 1080 Manhattan Ave. Greenpoint, Brooklyn. RECEPTION: Saturday, October 4th from 8-11pm.

--October 7 thru November 10, 2003-- Domo Cafe and Gallery will present the work of - Amy O'Brien - Paintings. The Gallery is located at 17 Perry Street at Seventh Avenue and is open daily. RECEPTION: Tuesday, October 7th from 9-11pm.

--October 8 thru November 1, 2003-- The Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art Gallery will present the oil paintings of Laura Harrison - Building Portraits: Surface and Space in Landmark Structures. Laura Harrison paints in an expressionistic and conceptual way, encouraging the viewer to question his or her ideas of edifices both public and private, large and small. Harrison's primary interest is in flattening the surface of the buildings to expand the space within. In her paintings, she investigates volume, proportion, representation, and assumed notions of buildings as shelter or places of largely unseen activity. In creating portraits, she is challenged as all portrait artists are to imbue the image with the soul of the sitter. RECEPTION: Thursday, October 8th from 6-9pm.

--October 13 thru October 30, 2003-- The Carlitos Galeria presents Recent Works by the artist, Jennie Booth, winner of the 2003 Concorso di Roma. The gallery is located at 1701 Lexington Avenue, between 106th and 107th Streets, in the heart of the cultural corridor of El Barrio, Spanish Harlem, and just minutes away from the museum mile. RECEPTION: Thursday, October 16, from 7-10pm.

--October 16 thru November 30, 2003-- The Ukranian Institute of America presents an exhibition by the artist, Yuriy Savchenko entitled Between Abstract and Expressive Impressionism. The gallery is located at 2 East 79th Street, NYC. RECEPTION: Thursday, October 16, from 6-9 pm.

--October 18 thru November 1, 2003--The Galerie Guislain Etats D'Art at 35 Rue Guenegaud in Paris, presents Jimenez-Balaguer Oeuvres de 1960-62. VERNISSAGE: Saturday, October 18 at 3pm

--October 18 thru November 22, 2003-- The Esso Gallery at 531 West 26th Street, in Chelsea, NYC, presents Curtis Mitchell - Works 1986/2003. RECEPTION: Saturday, October 18, from 6-8 pm.

--October 19 thru January 4, 2004-- The Tribute Gallery, located at 24 Broadway near Bowling Green, in the Wall Street district, NYC, presents : a Group Exhibition entitled Go Downton . Featuring thirty-four up-and-coming diverse artists and musicians whose work is inspired by NYC, the works offer an intimate close-up view of alternatives, just like the artists, of new ideas contrary to preconceived general concepts of what makes up New York. The vitality of the artists's works stimulate new thought and give multiple meaning about the city. RECEPTION: Saturday, October 18, from 6-8 pm.

--October 24 thru December 22, 2003-- Grace Institute will present a show of etchings entitled "Vintage New York. The Grace Institute is located at 1233 Second Avenue between 64th and 65th Streets, NYC 10021 This show was created to celebrate the first 100 years of NY as a single city of five boroughs, includes over 100 etchings, engravings, and photos about the city's people, landmarks and events from 1898-1998. These were the first 100 years of our own history. RECEPTION: Thursday, November 13, from 5:30-7pm.

--October 24 thru November 26, 2003-- NOLAN / ECKMAN GALLERY, 560 Broadway, New York, NY 10012. Jim Nutt Drawings & Paintings . Jim Nutt's exhibition will include three paintings and twelve graphite drawings from the past three years, each featuring an enigmatic portrait of a woman. In an atmosphere of absolute concentration, every nuance of face and hair is an object of fascination. RECEPTION: Tuesday, October 28, from 6-8 pm.

--October 31 thru November 30, 2003-- Beth Griffin's Halloween 2003 Opening Reception at Spring Studio, Minerva Durham, Director, 64 Spring Street at Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10013. Located in downtown Manhattan on the edge of SoHo, on the colorful and busy corner of Spring and Lafayette Streets, the studio celebrated its eleventh anniversary of year-round sketch classes this year. Anatomical Drawings by Beth Griffin . An exhibition of bone and muscle-structure drawings by artist Beth Griffin. RECEPTION: Friday, October 31 from 10pm to midnight and is free to the public.

NYAW Calendar

Morning Delight
© Patricia Rendleman - Morning Delight at Numero Uno Art, NYC

September 2003

--September 2 thru September 30, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery at 568 Broadway, in Soho NYC, will present the work of Eric Finzi in Oswego - Captive in a Safe Haven. RECEPTION: Thursday, September 4th from 6-8pm.

--September 3 thru October 3, 2003-- The Edwin Williams Gallery at Fairleigh Dickinson University, will present the work of George A. Rada - The Random Thoughts Series - A Retrospective. The gallery is located at 150 Kotte Place, Hackensack NJ 07601. Rachel Friedberg, Director.

--September 2 thru September 27, 2003-- The Blue Mountain Gallery at 530 West 25th Street in Chelsea, NYC, will present the work of John Wallace - Recent Paintings and Light Sculptures.

--September 4 thru September 30, 2003-- The Pen & Brush Club cordially invites you to the group exhibition Now and Then - The Evolution of the Artist at 16 East 10th Street, Greenwich Village, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, September 13th from 4-6pm.

--September 6 thru October 12, 2003-- The Main Street Gallery will present the work of Vincent Ciniglio - Paintings. The gallery is located at 24 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY.  RECEPTION: Saturday, September 6th from 2-5pm.

--September 7 thru October 3, 2003-- The William H. Barker Gallery at Emmanuelle Episcopal Church presents the portraiture of Spoon Popkin - Something Old and Something New. The gallery is located at 811 Cathedral Street in Baltimore MD.  RECEPTION: Sunday, September 7th from 11:30 to 1pm.

--September 9, 2003 -- The Coast Guard Art Program Committee of the Salmagundi Club will present The 2nd Annual Salute the Coast Guard Night. This is a presentation of the lastest US Coast Guard activities in NY. The featured speaker will be a USCG photo journalist and a show of his award winning photos from Iraq.  RECEPTION: The talk will be in conjunction with reception on Tuesday, September 9th from 6:15-8:30pm

--September 10 thru October 4, 2003-- PSCA - Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art will present New York in Contemporary Spanish Art. This exhibition features four artists from Spain that create work inspired by the Big Apple: Bandre, Bozal, Cortines and Serna. The gallery is located at 86 Walker Street, one block below Canal between Broadway and Lafayette, NYC. RECEPTION: Wednesday, September 10th from 6-9pm.

--September 13 thru October 25, 2003-- The Camera Club will present a Photography Exhibition: Photographs of Women by Molly Holland. She is the first prize winner of the 2003 National Photography Competition judged by the reknowned photographer Joyce Tenneson. The Camera Club is located at 853 Broadway, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, September 13th from 6-8pm.

--September 16 thru September 28, 2003-- The Broome Street Gallery will present a Group Exhibition by New York Art World member artists. The show is on the theme of An Life - Third Annual Exhibition . The gallery is located at 498 Broome Street, near West Broadway, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, September 20th from 6-8pm.

--September 18 thru October 31, 2003-- The Maya Stendall Gallery will present work by Rick Prol - Paintings, Project Room: Installation & Drawings - Rick Prol, The Metamorphosis . The gallery is located at 545 West 20th Street, Chelsea, NYC 10012. RECEPTION: Thursday, September 18th from 6-9pm.

--September 19 thru September 30, 2003-- The first show of the fall season, an exhibition of Recent Drawings by Richard Artschwager, will be held at Nolan/Eckman Gallery, located at 560 Broadway in Soho, NYC 10012.  RECEPTION: Friday, September 19th from 5-7pm.

--September 27 thru October 25, 2003-- The Painting Center will present the work of 3 artists: Geoffrey Dorfman - Selected Paintings from 2001/2002, Denise Gale - New Paintings Project Room, and Tracey Jones - Monotypes . The gallery is located at 52 Greene Street, Soho, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, October 4th from 6-8pm.

--September 30 thru October 25, 2003-- The Blue Mountain Gallery will present the work of Margaret Grimes - Recent Paintings. The gallery is located at 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, NYC. RECEPTION: Thursday, October 2nd from 5-8pm.

August 2003

--August 1 thru August 31, 2003-- L'Office de Tourisme de Sancerre has organized an exhibition - Peintures - by the New York artist, Richard Ahntholz . It will be shown at Maison des Associations, Rue de la Croix de Bois - 18300 Sancerre, France. RECEPTION: Saturday, August 2 from 6pm.

--August 2 and August 7, 2003-- The River to River Festival presents the Wall Street Walking Tour. The history, architecture and people of NYC's most dynamic neighborhood. Steps of Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. One Bowling Green. EVENT: Dates - August 2, 7 at 12:00 NOON.

--August 2 and August 16, 2003-- The Kent County Arts Council presents the His and Hers - New Works by Spoon Popkin and Dan Van Allen. The gallery is located at 101 Spring Street, Chestertown, MD 21620. RECEPTION: Saturday, August 2, 2003 from 4-7pm.

--August 6 , 2003-- The River to River Festival and the Seaport Music Festival, and CD 101.9 Smooth Jazz, at the South Street Seaport, Pier 17, presents : Nelson Rangell. EVENT: Wednesday, August 6 at 12 Noon.

--August 7 , 2003-- The River to River Festival and the Seaport Music Festival, at the South Street Seaport on Pier 17, presents the Bloomberg Blues Jam: The Holmes Brothers. EVENT: Thursday, August 7 at 12 Noon.

--August 8 thru August 30, 2003-- Gallery 72, located at 2709 Levenworth Street, in Omaha, Nebraska, is having an exhibition of paintings by the New York Street Painter, Myron Heise , presenting New Paintings and Drawings on Paper.

--August 18 thru August 24, 2003-- Salle de Volane, a gallery, that is located in Vals les Bains, which is in the south of France, is having an exhibition of paintings of g Recent French Landscapes. Everybody is welcome. Come one come all! RECEPTION: Monday, August 18, 2003 from 7-9:30pm.

--August 12 thru September 7, 2003--Pegasus has organized an exhibition of - Paintings - Land and Seascapes. It will be shown at the Pegasus Gallery Space located at 119 East 60th Street, between Lexington & Park Avenues, in NYC. RECEPTION: Friday, August 15 from 6-8pm.

--August 19 thru November 16, 2003-- The New York Transit Museum has organized an exhibition entitled - Transit Views: Selected Prints by the New York Society of Etchers - an exhibition of original artwork representing the region's public transportation system and the people who use them. It will be held at New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex at Grand Centeral Terminal, on East 42nd Street, NYC. RECEPTION: Tuesday, August 19 from 5-7pm.
July 2003

--July 1 thru July 19 , 2003-- Salon I presents the Fifth Annual Summer Salon Series entitled A Celebration of Possibilities. The show will be held at the Broome Street Gallery located at 498 Broome Street, in Soho, with hours from 11-6pm which includes a Reception on July 5. Also "Upstairs" at the Cedar Tavern at 82 University Place in Greenwich Village, NYC RECEPTION: Saturday, July 5 from 5 to 7pm.

--July 8 thru July 26, 2003-- The Blue Mountain Gallery presents an art exhibition entitled Read Baldwin - 36 views. In addition, there will be an introductory essay by Lewis Hyde and Patricia Vigderman. The gallery is located at 530 West 25th Street, 4th Floor, NYC  RECEPTION: Thursday, July 10 from 5 to 8pm.

--July 8 thru August 31 , 2003-- The University Art Museum at the University of California at Santa Barbara in conjunction with Summerdance Santa Barbara presents a photography show entitled The Power and Passion of Dance: The Carol Halsted Dance Photography Collection. This exhibition is about the fusion between 2 form of expression - dance and photography. Over 70 silver gelatin prints from 1908 to 1999 reveal the immense grace, beauty, and strength associated with dance. "Photography is all about arresting motion, after all, while dance is about liberating it," comments David Lyman in the exhibition catalog. RECEPTION: Tuesday, July 8 from 5 to 8pm.

--July 9 thru July 31 , 2003-- Greenwich House Pottery presents a show entitled Art in our Neighborhoods. The show will be held at Jane Hartsook Gallery at 16 Jones Street, between West 4th and Bleecker Streets and 6th and 7th Avenues, NYC. RECEPTION: Wednesday, July 9 from 5:30 to 7:30pm.

--July 10 thru July 31 , 2003-- The River to River Festival presents the Wall Street Walking Tour. The history, architecture and people of NYC's most dynamic neighborhood. Steps of Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. One Bowling Green.  EVENT: Dates - July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31 at 12:00 NOON.

--July 13, 2003-- The River to River Festival and the Hudson River Festival, at the Esplanade Plaza, Battery Park City, presents the Irish Music Festival, and your favorite songs by renowned Irish performers. EVENT: Sunday, July 13 at 3pm.

--July 15 thru August 2, 2003-- The Prince Street Gallery presents the Small Works Invitational 2003. This show will feature 3 paintings by Maris Beckerman. The gallery is located at 530 West 25th Street, 4th Floor, in Chelsea RECEPTION: Thursday, July 17 from 5 to 8pm.

--July 16, 2003-- The River to River Festival and CD 101.9 Smooth Jazz, at the South Street Seaport, Pier 17, presents Kim Waters. www.rivertorivernyc.org. EVENT: Wednesday, July 16 at 12 noon.

--July 17 thru August 14, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery presents The Invitational Summer Group Show, entitled Figurative Phases. This exhibition features the work of NY cityscape artist: Elinore Schnurr. RECEPTION: Thursday, July 17 from 6 to 8pm.

--July 17 thru August 14, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery presents an art exhibition of Paintings by Mary Wright, entitled Colors of Jazz.  RECEPTION: Thursday, July 17 from 6 to 8pm.

--July 22 thru August 9, 2003--Salon I presents the Fifth Annual Summer Salon Series entitled A Celebration of Possibilities. The show will be held at the Broome Street Gallery located at 498 Broome Street, in Soho, with hours from 11-6pm which includes a Reception on July 26. Also "Upstairs" at the Cedar Tavern at 82 University Place in Greenwich Village RECEPTION: Saturday, July 26 from 5 to 7pm.

--July 22, 2003-- The River to River Festival and the Hudson River Festival, at the World Financial Center Plaza, presents The Radiators - 25th Anniversary Tour. The rich heritage of New Orleans swamp rock and rhythm and blues endures!  EVENT: Tuesday, July 22 at 7pm.

--July 30 thru August 14, 2003-- The Ukranian Institute of America present the work of Anton Kandinsky. The gallery is located at 2 East 79th Street, NYC. RECEPTION: Wednesday, July 30 from 6-9pm.

June 2003

--June 1 thru June 30, 2003-- The Long Beach Historical and Preservation Society cordially invites you to their Heritage Weekend Celebration where you can view the art works by George A. Rada . The exhibition is entitled Long Beach Horizons to be held at the Society which is located at 226 West Penn Street, Long Beach NY. RECEPTION: Tuesday, June 10th from 6-8pm.

--June 3 thru July 15, 2003-- A Group Exhibition entitled Paintings of the Meat-Packing District, to be held at the Maceleria, located at 46 Gansevoort Street near Washington Street (west of Hudson Street), in West Greenwich Village, NYC. Artists included: McConney, Tad Day, Ronald DeNota, Myron Heise, Andy Pizzo, and Elinore Schnurr. RECEPTION: Tuesday, June 10th from 6-8pm.

--June 5 thru June 26, 2003-- The Binkley Mana Gallery presents Paintings and Drawings by Myron Heise. The gallery is located at 102 B Forsyth Street, on the Lower East Side, in Manhattan. RECEPTION: Thursday, June 12th from 7-10pm.

--June 5 thru June 27, 2003-- The Hoorn-Ashby Gallery presents New Directions IV, a group show by guest artists, that is featuring the work of Elinore Schnurr. Other artists showing work are: Chandler Bigelow, Tracy Burtz, Gregoire Ganter and paul McKee. This show has been curated by Alex Hulse. The gallery is located at 766 Madison Avenue between East 65th and 66th Streets, NYC. RECEPTION: Thursday, June 5th from 6-8pm.

--June 5 thru June 30, 2003-- The New Rochelle Council on the Arts presents Vintage New York. This is an exhibition of Historic Prints of Old New York. This show can be seen at the Grand Terminal Gallery in the Atrium Building Lobby, located at 466 Lexington Avenue, at East 46th Street, in Manhattan. Created in 1998 to honor New York city's celebration of the 100th anniversary of the joining of her five boroughs into a single city, the exhibition contains over 100 images of the city's landmarks, streets and people of the last century. RECEPTION: Tuesday, June 10th from 6-8pm.

--June 7 thru July 20, 2003-- The Puffin Foundation presents We Remember: Art and the Rosenbergs. From McCarthy to Ashcroft, this is an exhibit of work from the 50s to the present - investigating old and new assaults on civil rights. The Puffin Room is located at 435 Broome Street NYC.  RECEPTION: Saturday, June 7th from 6-8pm.

--June 11, 2003-- The Japan Society presents Literature & Life: A Look at the Influence of Japanese Women, located at 333 East 47th Street, NYC. Followed by a Reception. The author of numerous books on religious and psychological themes, Hayao Kawai is President of the Agency for Cultural Affairs and one of Japan's most eminent psychologists and cultural critics. EVENT: Wednesday, June 11 at 6:30pm.

--June 12 , 2003-- The Japan Society presents Korea & Japan Shojin Ryori: Buddhist Food for All the Senses , located at 333 East 47th Street, NYC. Followed by a demonstration and reception. Shojin is a Buddhist term that refers to devotion, purification, asceticism or diligence in pursuit of enlightenment and perfection and Shojin Ryori, a type of vegetarian cuisine, was brought into Japan via China and Korea with the introduction of Buddhism in the sixth century. EVENT: Thursday, June 12 at 6:30pm.

--June 12 thru July 12, 2003-- The New York Studio School, at 8 West 8th Street, NYC 10011, presents Dorothea Hofmann - Alpine Landscapes and Figure studies by the Swiss artist. Hours: Mon-Sat from 10-6pm.

--June 13 thru August 30, 2003-- Charas and Square One Gallery presents the work of Juan Carlos Pinto in a show entitled 40 Works. This Guatemalan artist is showing small acrylic paintings. The gallery is located on the southwest corner of Union Square at East 14th Street; One Union Square West, Suite 501, NYC 10003. Sponsored in part by: Charas and the Crooked Tree Creperie at 110 St. Marks Place. RECEPTION: Friday, June 13 from 6-8pm.

--June 14 thru June 15, 2003-- The American Crafts Festival presents their annual event at Lincoln Center , an outdoor fair, located on Columbus Avenue at West 62nd Street, in front of the Metropolitan Opera, NYC. Artisans exhibit and sell their own works: blown glass, ceramics, jewelry, photography, paintings, sculpture, furniture, designer wearables and much more. EVENT: Saturday, June 14 from 11-7pm and Sunday, June 15 from 12-pm.

--June 19 thru July 19, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery presents the work of Suisen Nakatani in a show entitled To Transcent Time - Recent Paintings. The gallery is located at 568 Broadway, Soho, NYC.  RECEPTION: Thursday, June 19 from 6-8pm.

--June 20 thru June 29, 2003-- The National Academy of Design Museum cordially invites you to attend The 2003 Year-End Student Show . The gallery is located at 1083 Fifth Avenue at East 89th Street, NYC. There will be an Award Ceremony and a Reception as well. RECEPTION: Tuesday, June 24 from 5-7pm.

--June 21 thru June 22, 2003-- The American Crafts Festival presents their annual event at Lincoln Center , an outdoor fair, located on Columbus Avenue at West 62nd Street, in front of the Metropolitan Opera, NYC. Artisans exhibit and sell their own works: blown glass, ceramics, jewelry, photography, paintings, sculpture, furniture, designer wearables and much more. EVENT: Saturday, June 21 from 11-7pm and Sunday, June 22 from 12-pm.

--June 24 , 2003-- The Japan Society presents a Summer Mini-Retrospective - A Tribute to Kinji Fukasaku Black Rose Mansion, located at 333 East 47th Street, NYC. Commemorating director Kinji Fukasaku's achievements in cinema, the Japan Society Film Center, presents two of Fukasaku's films. Fukasaku (1930-2003) made more than 60 films between 1961 and his death in January 2003. EVENT: Tuesday, June 24 at 6:30pm.

--June 25 , 2003-- The United States Coast Guard and the Salmagundi Club presents The Coast Guard Art Program's Annual Art Show. The show will be held at The Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green adjacent to the north-east corner of Battery Park in lower Manhattan, NYC. RECEPTION: Wednesday, June 25 5:30 to 8:30pm.

--June 27, 2003-- The Japan Society presents An Evening of Renku & Dance, located at 333 East 47th Street (between 1st & 2nd Avenues, NYC. Followed by a reception. Renku is a style of linked poem that reached its height in the work of Basho (1644-1694) and his disciples. EVENT: Friday, June 27 at 8 pm.

--June 30 , 2003-- The Japan Society presents a Summer Mini-Retrospective - And If You Were Young: Rage, located at 333 East 47th Street, NYC. It was written by Takehiro Nakajima, Koji Matsumoto and Kinji Fukasaku. EVENT: Tuesday, June 30 at 6:30pm.


Schnurr's Times Square
© Elinore Schnurr - Times Square
Long Beach
© George A. Rada
Long Beach

 

Vintage Brooklyn Bridge
© Vintage New York - Brooklyn Bridge - Historic Prints of Old New York

Old New York
© Vintage New York - Franklin Square - Historic Prints of Old New York
May 2003

--May 1 thru May 25, 2003-- The Main Street Gallery presents The Work of Robert Arner,1922 - 2002. The gallery is located at 24 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry NY 10522. RECEPTION: Sunday, May 4 from 2-5pm.

--May 2 thru May 8, 2003-- The New York Studio School Gallery presents The Work of John Cunningham and Jessica E. Smith. The gallery is located at 8 West 8th Street, Greenwich Village, NYC. RECEPTION: Friday, May 2 from 6-8pm.

--May 1 thru May 3, 2003-- Puffindance Spring 2003 presents the Patricia Kenny Dance Collection - Solo duet trio quartet quintet . "Patricia Kenney revels in everything plus the kitchen sink dancing, filling the stage with multiple turns, gymnastics, and extended line." - Village Voice. The Puffin Room is located at 435 Broome Street, NYC 10013. EVENT: Thursday, Friday, Saturday May 1, 2, 3 at 7:30pm.

--May 8 thru June 7, 2003-- The New York Studio School, at 8 West 8th Street, NYC 10011, presents Rudy Burckhardt's Maine - reflecting the meditations on beauty and the ravages of time, curated by Vincent Katz.

--May 8 thru May 11, 2003-- Puffin Dance Spring 2003 presents the Thomas / Ortiz Dance Company- spirits soared with them . The Puffin Room is located at 435 Broome Street, NYC 10013. EVENT: Thursday, Friday, Saturday May 8, 9, 10 at 7:30pm and Sunday May 11 at 4pm.

--May 10 thru May 11, 2003-- The American Arts and Crafts Alliance presents Spring - Crafts on Columbus, an outdoor fair, located on Columbus Avenue from West 77th Street thru West 81st Street on the Upper West Side, NYC. Rain or Shine, 150 artisans exhibit and sell their own works: blown glass, ceramics, jewelry, photography, paintings, sculpture, furniture, designer wearables, children's toys and much more. EVENT: Saturday, Sunday, May 10/11 from 10-6pm.

--May 10 thru June 16, 2003-- The Talwar Gallery presents the work of Allan deSouza in a show entitled People in White Houses . The gallery is located at 108 East 16th Street, New York 10003. On view are new works from the ongoing Terrain and Cityscape series. Also on exhibit for the first time are new photo works of real urban landscape juxtaposing almost-real but imaginary landscapes with the almost-imaginary yet real landscapes. RECEPTION: Saturday, May 10 from 6-8pm.

--May 10 thru May 11, 2003-- The Rockaway Alliance is having A Members Photography Exhibition entitled Through the Lens. The exhibition is located at the Rockaway Arts Center, Studio 6 Gallery, Fort Tilden, Gateway National Recreation Area, Rockaway, Queens. RECEPTION: Saturday, May 10 from 1-4pm.

--May 10 thru May24, 2003-- The Nolan Eckman Gallery presents an Exhibition entitled Maritime Works . Ian Hamilton Finlay, Scotland's renowned sculptor, poet, gardener, classical historian and moralist. Finlay has never traveled to the United States though you will have an opportunity to meet his collaborator: Ms. Pia Simig. RECEPTION: Monday, May 12 from 6-8pm.

--May 12 thru August 1, 2003-- The Japan Society at 333 East 47th Street, NYC 10017 presents the Asian Photo Exhibit at Japan Society. The Japan Society continues its Year-long Series of Photography Exhibitions. The Year of New Work: Contemporary Asian Photography Spatial Narratives: Hong Hao, Atta Kim, Xing DanWen, Tomoko Yoneda. Highlighting works that use multilayered imagery to evoke unexpected twists in space and time sequential images to create unusual new modes of visual experience.

--May 12 thru May 23, 2003-- The Santa Fe Art Institute presents The Work of Hamish Fulton. The art form of Hamish Fulton is the walk in the landscape. The walk allows the participants to experience place, re-educate vision and spark creativity. The gallery is located at 1600 St. Michaels Drive, Santa Fe NM 87505. Phone: 505-424-5050.

--May 13 thru June 1, 2003-- Vincent Arcilesi, a painter, is having an exhibition of his new work at the Broome Street Gallery. The show is entitled Arcilesi in Morocco, Postmodernism Meets Omar Khayyam . The Broome Street Gallery is located at 498 Broome Street, New York NY 10013. Hours: Tuesday thru Sunday from 11-6pm. Phone: 212-226-6085. RECEPTION: Tuesday, May 13 from 5-8pm.

--May 13 thru June 1, 2003-- The Noho Gallery presents Hyeon-Seok Lee - Meta Object. The gallery is located at 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, May 17 from 3 to 6pm.

--May 13 thru June 1, 2003-- The Pleiades Gallery announces an exhibition of The Work of Michael Fatizzi and Arlene Mark. The gallery is located at 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, NYC. RECEPTION: Tuesday, May 13 from 3 to 6pm.

--May 14 thru June 7, 2003-- Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art - PSCA - announces Katy Martin: Flesh, Paint, and Plaster. Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art is locatyed at 86 Walker Street, Floor Six, New York, NY 10013 (Walker is one block below Canal Street, between Broadway and Lafayette).  RECEPTION: Wednesday, May 14 from 6-9pm.

--May 15 , 2003-- The Progressive Art Gallery at the Well, located at 85 Fifth Avenue, NYC 10003, would like to invite you to an End of Season Get Together . An art lovers event. Some new art, some not so new. An evening in the city. An excuse to leave the house. Gallery Director: Lucy Stylianou. EVENT: May 15th, from 6:30 to 9 pm.

--May 15 thru May 17, 2003-- Puffindance Spring 2003 presents the Amy Marshall Dance Company - the kind of production that would prompt audiences of all ages to acquire a taste for modern dance . The Puffin Room is located at 435 Broome Street, NYC 10013. EVENT: Thursday, Friday, Saturday May 15, 16, 17 at 7:30pm.

--May 16 thru June 21, 2003-- Galerie Guislain - Etats d'Art presents The Work of Angel Alonzo, 1923 - 1994 "Interroger le vide, le silence, L'inquietude. L'enregistere." The gallery is located at 35, rue Guenegaud 75006 Paris, France. RECEPTION: Sunday, May 18 from 14h to 19h dans le cadre d'Art Saint-Germain-des-Pres.

--May 16 thru May 31, 2003-- The Esso Gallery is pleased to announce Francesco Simeti: NOW I KNOW MY ABC's . This is an Installation by Italian artist Francesco Simeti on the Project Wall. The gallery is located at 531 West 26th Street, NYC. RECEPTION: Friday, May 16 from 6 to 8pm.

--May 17 thru June 7, 2003-- The Limner Gallery is pleased to announce The Spring Salon: Works of 74 Artists. The gallery is located at 870 Sixth Avenue, Chelsea, NYC.  RECEPTION: Saturday, May 17 from 4 to 6pm.

--May 17 thru June 14, 2003-- The COFA Gallery / Claire Oliver Fine Art, is pleased to announce Ruprecht von Kaufmann: About Faces and Other Demons. The gallery is located at 529 West 20th Street, Chelsea, NYC.  RECEPTION: Saturday, May 17 from 6 to 8pm.

--May 20 thru June 31, 2003-- The LFL Gallery is pleased to announce Jules de Balincourt: Land of Many Uses. The gallery is located at 530 West 24th Street, Chelsea, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, May 17 from 6 to 8pm.

--May 22 thru May 24, 2003-- Puffindance Spring 2003 presents Yin Mei- Yin Mei is a stunning presence, bringing her classical Chinese dance training and aesthetic into a blend with her adopted Downtonw sensibilities with refined grace . The Puffin Room is located at 435 Broome Street, NYC 10013.  EVENT: Thursday, Friday, Saturday May 22, 23, 24 at 7:30pm.

--May 25 thru June 18, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery is pleased to announce Martha Armstrong: Recent Paintings. The gallery is located at 568 Broadway, NYC 10012.  RECEPTION: Saturday, May 24 from 6 to 8pm.

--May 29 , 2003-- The Japan Society will host a Discussion entitled Inside the Studio with Nam June Paik and Shigeko Kubota. The Japan Society is located at 333 East 47th Street, NYC. Korean-born multimedia artist Nam June Paik has played a seminal role in introducing the possibilities of using video for artistic expression. In this discussion, he is joined by Japanese video artist Shigeko Kubota, whose highly acclaimed body of video sculptures has been the subject of numerous exhibitions.   EVENT: Tuesday, May 20 at 6:30pm followed by a reception.

--May 29 thru May 31, 2003-- Puffindance Spring 2003 presents Mana Hashimoto in Treaders in the Snow - Quiet magic . The Puffin Room is located at 435 Broome Street, NYC 10013.  EVENT: Thursday, Friday, Saturday May 29, 30, 31 at 7:30pm.

--May 29 , 2003-- Dia: Chelsea will celebrate with a Launch party for Robert Whitman: Playback, followed by a rooftop screening of film works. This is the latest in Dia's series of publications, with a Reception in Dia's Chelsea bookshop. The launch will be followed by a screening of film and video works, curated by Whitman, on Dia's rooftop in Dan Graham's Rooftop Urban Park Project. EVENT: Thursday, May 29 from 6 to 10pm.

--May 29 , 2003-- The Japan Society presents Korea & Japan The Art of Making Mountains: Korean Roots of Early Japanese Gardens. The Japan Society is located at 333 East 47th Street, NYC. The gardens of Japan, like many of the country's arts, embody the richness and complexity of Japanese culture. Like gardens themselves, the development of early Japanese art and aesthetics is a study of a work in progress. EVENT: Thursday, May 29 at 6:30pm.

April 2003

--April 1 thru April 30, 2003--George A. Rada is showing his Recent Paintings at Citibank Gallery Space located at East 72nd Street near Second Avenue, NYC. RECEPTION: Wednesday, April 9th from 5:30 to 7:30pm.

--April 1 thru April 30, 2003-- The Ezair Gallery presents Gregory Horndeski in a painting exhibition entitled Pipe Bombs, Pin Balls, Snapshots. Ezair Gallery is located at 905 Madison Avenue between 72 & 73 Streets, NYC 10021. RECEPTION: Wednesday, April 2nd from 6-8pm.

--April 1 thru April 30, 2003-- The Butler Gallery at Marymount College presents a group show featuring the work of Baxter in a show entitled Working from Nature. The show features the work of other artists including: Nell Blaine, Jane Freilicher, and Loren MacIver. The Butler Gallery is located at 100 Marymount Avenue in Tarrytown NY 10591. RECEPTION: Wednesday, April 2nd from 4:30-6:30pm.

--April 3 thru May 10, 2003-- Le Galerie Guislain - Etats d'Art, located at 35, rue Guenegaud 75006 in Paris, presents: a l'occasion de la parution aux editions Cadex du livre de Maurice Benhamou: La Couleur Tensive - with Frederic Benrath, Claude Chaussard, Rene Guiffrey, and Max Wechsler. Tel: 01 53 10 15 75. Email: galierie.guislain@wanadoo.fr. RECEPTION/VERNISSAGE: Wednesday, April 2 from 6pm.

--April 3, 2003-- The Critical Eye: What Curators of Contemporart Art Look For - will take place at the Tucson Museum of Art in the Education Center Auditorium. EVENT: Thursday, April 3rd from 7pm.

--April 4 thru 24, 2003-- The China Brilliance Gallery is pleased to present the works of Michelle Hill and Eric Ginsburg in It's Raining Shoes and Dogs. The China Brilliance Gallery is located at 155 West 72nd St, NYC 10023. RECEPTION: Thursday, April 3rd from 5-8pm

--April 4 thru April 5, 2003-- The Puffin Room, at 435 Broome Street, in Soho, presents Slapart.com "No Daylight" Music Festival. EVENT: Saturday, April 5, Guitar Night. Nicholas K, Mike Berk & Adam Caine duo.

--April 5 thru May 17, 2003-- The Dabora Gallery, at 1080 Manhattan Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY 11222, presents: The Home School for Nervous & Delicate Children. A selection of Christin Couture's paintings, drawings, and stereoscopic photo-collages spanning 25 years featuring the whimsical & terrifying images of children inspired by Victorian photographs. RECEPTION: Saturday, April 5th from 6-9pm, (with violin performance by Michael Shulman at 7pm).

--April 9 thru May 7, 2003-- Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art - PSCA - announces Abstract by Design Featuring Robinson Murray: Paintings in Oil and John Costa Rosis: New Paintings on Glass. Reverse painting on glass is the opposite of painting on canvas, which is an additive process. Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art. RECEPTION: Wednesday, April 9 from 6-9pm.

--April 10 thru May 10, 2003-- Denise Bibro Fine Art, at 529 West 20th Street in Chelsea, NYC 10011, presents works by Howard Kalish - Recent Sculpture. RECEPTION: Thursday, April 10 from 6-8pm.

--April 10 thru May 3, 2003-- The New York Studio School, at 8 West 8th Street, NYC 10011, presents The 2003 Annual Alumni Exhibition . RECEPTION: Thursday, April 10 from 6:30-8:30pm.

--April 15thru May 23, 2003-- Fairleigh Dickinson University features Paintings by Myron Heise in the Edward Williams Gallery, in a show entitled: County Days - City Nights. The exhibit, a 40-year retrospective, combines two diverse landscapes of the life. RECEPTION: Sunday, April 13th from 3-5pm.

--April 22 thru May 24, 2003-- The Esso Gallery will present Glen Rubsamen Hopewell: New Works. The Esso Gallery is located at 531 West 26th Street, Chelsea, New York city. RECEPTION: Friday, May 9th from 6-9pm.

--April 24, 2003-- Dia Center for the Arts, at 548 West 22nd Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues), NYC, presents Christian Philipp Muller lectures on the work of Michael Heizer - a Swiss artist, is represented in Dia's collection and will be on view at Dia:Beacon. EVENT: Thursday, April 24, 2003 at 6:30pm.

--April 26 thru May 22 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery presents The Reflected Stream, The Early Years 1975-1985 - Paintings by Ralph L. Wickiser. RECEPTION: Saturday, April 26, 2003 from 6-8pm.

--April 28 thru May 24, 2003-- The First Street Gallery at 526 West 26th Street, Suite 915, NYC 10001 presents an exhibition for the artist Daniel Edwards - Recent Sculpture. RECEPTION: Thursday, May 1, 2003 from 5 to 8pm.

March 2003 

--March 1 thru March 31, 2003-- The Ezair Gallery presents paintings by Patricia Rendlemen in a show entitled Divine Erotica/White Erotica. Ezair Gallery is located at 905 Madison Ave between 72 & 73 Streets, NYC 10021. Rendleman's recent paintings juxtapose raw sexuality with the humorous and playful. Divine Erotica/ White Erotica redirects the focus away from the sexual act itself-but in so doing it reveals sex being life and life sex. Body parts reflect myriad conditions-wanderlust, innocence, and the sacred. Freed of their borders, erogenous zones are Calder-playful canvases, reminiscent of Matisse's relationship to the human form. RECEPTION: Thursday, March 6 from 6-8pm

--March 1 thru April 12, 2003-- Thomas Erben Gallery presents do the collapse by Sarah Emerson. The gallery is located at 516 West 20th Street NEW YORK NY 10011 RECEPTION: Friday, February 28 from 6-8.30pm.

--March 1 thru March 27, 2003-- The Walter Wickiser Gallery presents the recent paintings by Barbara Burger in an exhibition entitled Central Park - Autumn. The gallery is located at 568 Broadway, NYC 10012. RECEPTION: Saturday, March 1 from 6-8.30pm.

--March 4 thru March 22, 2003-- The Broome Street Gallery, at 498 Broome Street in Soho, presents Enigma - a collection of works created by artists at the Savannah College of Art and Design reeiminent college of art, design and architecture. RECEPTION: Thursday, March 13 from 6-8pm

--March 5 thru April 2, 2003-- Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art announces two exhibits: "I Love These People In My Garden" by Anton Christian, and "Can Cri Woodcuts" by Gloria Garfinkel.. This gallery is founded on the premise that the artist comes first and is the raison d'Ítre of the art world. The role of the gallerist is to nurture creative accomplishment and to cultivate the collectors and curators who can sustain the artists. PSCA is led by Paul Sharpe, formerly of the Whitney Museum of American Art. The space itself is meant to encourage a dialogue in issues in art today and as such is designed as a salon rather than a white box. Wednesday, March 5th , 6-9pm.

--March 6 thru April 5, 2003-- The New York Studio School, at 8 West 8th Street, NYC 10011, presents Chuck O'Connor and Norman Turner - a focus on drawing by artists who were fellow students in the first years of the Studoi School.  RECEPTION: Thursday, March 6 from 6:30-8:30pm

--March 4 thru 29, 2003-- The First Street Gallery, at 526 West 26th Street, NYC, presents Tim Kennedy - Recent Paintings -  RECEPTION: Saturday, March 8 from 5-8pm

--March 7 thru 29, 2003-- Galerie Guislain - Etats d'Art, located at 35, rue Guenegaud 75006 in Paris, presents Peintures - by Massimo Silveri. Tel: 01 53 10 15 75. Email: galierie.guislain@wanadoo.fr. RECEPTION/VERNISSAGE: Thursday, March 6 from 6pm

--March 9 thru April 2, 2003-- The Spring Studio at 64 Spring Street in Soho, NYC, presents Drawings - by Dinah Glasier. RECEPTION: Sunday, March 9 from 6-8pm.

--March 12 thru 30, 2003-- Arlene Grocery presents a solo show by Eric Bryant Rhodes - Rock 'N' Roll Photographs- Black and white music photographs. Arlene Grocery is located at 95 Stanton Street, between Ludlow and Orchard Streets on the Lower East Side, NYC.. RECEPTION: Wednesday, March 12 from 8-10pm.

--March 15 thru April 27, 2003-- The Puffin Room, at 435 Broome Street, in Soho, presents Loft Pioneer Show VI - Contemporary Works by Artists from Soho, Tribeca, and Noho. Group Show: Ed Chaplin, Suzan Courtney, Annie Shaver-Crandall, Rodney Alan Greenblatt, Donald Greenhaus, Bill Hochhausen, Sally Lindsay, Marion Pinto, Bill Rabinovitch, Lenny Silverberg. RECEPTION: Saturday, March 15 from 6-8pm. EVENT: There will be an Opera-Graphy performance by Satomi China at 7pm. Let Me Sing and Draw at the Same Time.

--March 18 thru April 12, 2003-- The 55 Mercer Street Gallery, in Soho, presents Chardin's cat visits Soutine's studio - Paintings by Joy Walker. RECEPTION: Saturday, March 22 from 6-8pm

--March 18 thru May 11, 2003-- The University Art Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara CA presents Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism. It is a cross-section of contemporary art that redefines social realism through a broad range of art work from private collections, galleries, and artists. Organized by Pamela Auchincloss/Arts Management. This is a group show that includes the work of Barbara Kruger, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Nan Goldin, Jenny Holzer, and Jack Pierson, among others. RECEPTION: Tuesday, April 1 from 5-8pm.

--March 20 thru April 16, 2003-- Gallery Onetwentyeight is pleased to present Generations . Throughout time artists have been inspired by family members or other previous generations of artists. The show, Generations will explore these relationships. RECEPTION: Saturday March 22 from 5-8. EVENT: There will be Two Nights of Generations performances: Saturday March 29 and April 6 at 7:00 p.m.

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February 2003

-- February 1 thru February 22, 2003-- The Lafayette Grill presents the work of Jessica Mieles, in a show of Paintings entitled Beachy - Queens - O ! A Lot of Beach, A Little Borough. Located at 54 Franklin Street, between Broadway and Lafayette Streets, NYC.  RECEPTION: Saturday, February 8th from 6-8pm.

-- February 2 thru March 9, 2003-- The Main Street Gallery presents the work of Cara Nigroin in a show entitled Painted Love Poems. The gallery is located at 24 Main Stret in Dobbs Ferry NY 10522. 

-- February 4 thru February 28, 2003-- On view are Oil Paintings by Beth Kurtz, Outer Worlds/Inner Worlds at the Broadway-104 Cafe, located at Broadway at 104th Street, NYC. Daily 8am - 10pm.

-- February 19 thru March 15, 2003-- Gallery Onetwentyeight, on the Lower East Side, at 128 Rivington Street, presents Mind's Eye - photodrawings by Joy Walker. RECEPTION: Wednesday, February 19 from 6-8pm.

-- February 20 thru February 24, 2003-- The Art Dealers Association of America presents The Art Show at the 7th Regiment Armory located at Park Avenue and East 67th Street, in New York City. Art Dealer's Association of America, 575 Madison Avenue, NYC 10022. EVENT: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art - A Museum Director's Vision on Thursday, February 20 at 3-4 pm; and Wendy Wasserstein, Playwright and Arts Enthusiast - An Vision on Friday February 21 at 3-4:30 pm.

--February 26 thru March 16, 2003-- Angelfall Studios presents works by: Spoon Popkin and others. The studios are locataed at 2936 Remington Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211.  RECEPTION: Wednesday Februrary 26th from 6-9pm.

January 2003 

--January 1 thru January 31, 2003-- Arlene's Grocery, located at 95 Stanton Street, NYC, presents a solo show by: Trish Bohen. Most of her work is based on her dreams. In many of her dreams she attempts to fly. She can not clear the tops of trees and buildings. She creates angel type figures she calls space angels. These figures, unrestrained by physical form, are free to fly about without interference. RECEPTION: Monday Jan 6th, 2003 starting at 7pm.

--January 7 thru January 18, 2003-- Caleum Gallery presents the work of Eric Ginsburg, located at 508-526 W 26th Street. RECEPTION: Saturday January, 11 from 3:30-6pm.

--January 7 thru February 8, 2003-- Arena at 526 West 26 Street #310, NYC presents: 7 WALLS, 8 VIEWS featuring Larry Bamburg, Meghan Gerety, Deborah Grant, Eric Hongisto, Marilyn Minter, Wangechi Mutu, Vargas-Suarez Universal and Ken Weaver. RECEPTION: Thursday, January 9, from 6-8 pm.

--January 8 thru April 30, 2003-- The Burt Reynolds and Friends Museum is showing Sculpture by David Hayes. The museum is located at 100 North US Highway 1 at Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida.

--January 9 thru February 9, 2003-- The Phyllis Kind Gallery located at 136 Greene Street in Soho, NYC, is pleased to present SURGE, an overview of Michael Madore's painting and drawing from the last three decades. Madore's early work was part of the emerging East Village art scene in the late seventies/early eighties. PREVIEW: Thursday, January 9, 5 to 7pm.

--January 10 thru January 24, 2003-- The Barbara Gladstone Gallery presents the work of Jan Dibbetts at 515 West 24th Street in Chelsea. Event: Friday, January 10, 2003 from 6-8 pm

--January 11 thru January 31, 2003-- The Ronald Feldman Gallery presents the work of Edwin Schlossberg at 31 Mercer Street in Soho, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, January 11, 6 to 8pm.

--January 11 thru February 2, 2003-- The Mary Boone Gallery presents the work of David Salle at 541 West 24th Street in Chelsea, NYC. RECEPTION: Saturday, January 11, 5 to 7pm

--January 12 thru February 5, 2003-- Minerva Durham presents the work of Gary S.L. Katz: "Eye Level" showing Figures and Portraiture at the Spring Studio, 64 Spring Street NYC 10012. SAVE 6pm sun. feb. 9, 2003 for 11th anniversary of the studio. RECEPTION : Sunday, January 12, 2003 from 5-7pm.

--January 17, 2003-- A Salute to Baktun presents a party celebrating Underground Artistic Language at 418 West 14th Street, in the West Village at 9th Avenue at Washington Street. Event: Friday, January 17, 2003 from 9-11pm

--January 23 thru February 4, 2003-- The Modern Painters presents Rivers and Bridges - an exhibition of works by Richard Ahntholz , Tad Day, Ronald DeNot, and Myron Heise. It will be shown at the Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center. RECEPTION: Saturday, January 25, 2003 from 3:30 to 6 pm.

--January 23 thru March 1, 2003-- The New York Studio School, at 8 West 8th Street, NYC 10011, presents Thomas Nozkowski Drawings - a retrospective of the abstract painter's works on paper since the 1970s.

--January 25 thru January 26, 2003-- The Santa Fe Art Institute presents an exhibition entitled Rocks, Rivers and Bones, the Making of the Land of Enchantment. This is a two day seminar given by Dr. Kirt Kempter. Event: January 25th and 26th.

--January 30 thru February 2, 2003-- 7th Annual National Black Fine Art Show returns to the Puck Building, at Houston and Lafayette Streets, in Soho, NYC, with an expanded show to benefit the N.Y. Urban League and the Jack and Jill of American Foundation. PREVIEW: Wednesday, January 29, 6:00 to 9:30pm

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