While you are in New York for the CAA conference, go check out work by your fellow QCA members! A number of exhibitions featuring QCA members will be on view in the New York City area February 15-18th.
In Practice: Material Deviance at the Sculpture Center
QCA member, Jesse Harrod is included in In Practice: Material Deviance at the Sculpture Center. The group exhibition, curated by 2017 Sculpture Center Curatorial Fellow, Alexis Wilkinson, focuses on the quotidian to “ connect material and bodily processes with social and infrastructural ones.”
Sculpture Center, 44-19 Purves St. Long Island City, NY 11101 Thursday – Monday 11 AM – 6PM http://sculpture-center.org/exhibitionsExhibition....
Gay Gotham: Art And Underground Culture in New York at The Museum of the City of New York
Gay Gotham... is a historical look at queer art and culture in 20th-century New York City that exposes networks of queer affiliations. The show includes both art and documentary photographs by QCA member, Harmony Hammond. Hammonds photographs of landmark moments in queer history, such as the Heresies collective at Joan Snyder’s farm, the opening of AIR Gallery, NYC Gay Pride March in 1974 are featured, as well as Hammond’s sculpture, painting and works on paper. The exhibition also features work by Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Greer Lankton
The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Ave at 103rd St., Open Daily 10am–6pm. http://www.mcny.org/exhibition/gay-gotham
Robert Schatz at The Phatory
A solo exhibition of QCA member, Robert Schatz, including paintings, sculptures and works on paper is up at the East Village artist-run gallery, The Phatory. In his abstract work, inspired by natural forms, Schatz seeks equanimity in paintings and sculpture evocative of landscape vistas.
The Phatory, 618 East 9th St. (between Avenues B & C) NYC 10009. Friday – Sunday Noon – 5 PM http://phatory.com
Allusions at Art in Flux Harlem
“Longing,” a by QCA member Noreen Dean Dressler in collaboration with Suzzana Swansen is included in the group exhibition Allusions at Art in Flux, Harlem. Also on view will be Dressler’s Katrina Storm line. Art In FLUX is an uptown arts initiative that creates opportunities for artists by reclaiming underutilized and unique spaces for art exhibitions and creative collaborations. Allusions is on display at the JCC in Harlem until April 15th, 2017.
JCC Harlem, 318 West 118th St. www.artinfluxharlem.com
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