The Center for Emerging Visual Artists
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists is proud to partner with 110 CHURCH | gallery and artist Danielle Bursk to announce the 2014 Alumni Solo Exhibition: a show awarded to Alumni of CFEVA's Fellowship Program.
Featuring the following Art in the Open 2014 Artists:
Matt Greco & Chris Esposito
This exhibition features work by two contemporary printmakers who seamlessly blend deep connections to the history of the medium while pushing its boundaries into the new and experimental.
CFEVA’s Travel Grant Program helps its Visual Artist Fellowship Alumni take advantage of opportunities involving travel that could have a significant, positive impact on their work. This year’s recipients visited destinations in France and Ireland.
Featuring: Joe Bartram and Tim Portlock
Celebrating the power of intergenerational art and the collaborations that result from seniors, students and professional artists working together. Featuring artwork produced during the 2014 NewCourtland Artist Fellowship.
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, SPACE Gallery, and the American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA) is pleased to announce In the Woods: a solo exhibition by Nick Cassway which presents a series of illustrations in the context of road signage.
CFEVA Spotlight exhibition featuring new work by 2 current CFEVA Fellows: Photography by Johanna Inman and sculpture by Heechan Kim
Join us for the opening reception on Thursday October 10 from 5-7 pm!
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists 30th Anniversary Exhibition
CFEVA is proud to present works by select members of its Board of Artistic Advisors along with photographs and paintings by current and former CFEVA Fellows.
Among the hundreds of submissions reviewed and finalists considered, the works of Daniel Gerwin, James Hannaham, and Efrat Kedem stood out for their declarative attention to nuanced details.
The exhibition will present a survey of work by Lenore Thomas, whose keen perception and personal observation is the foundation of her abstract paintings and mixed media prints.
Created in Berlin in the years just preceding, during and again twenty three years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, James B. Abbott’s photographs are an insightful, thoughtful and contemplative portrait of the city during times of momentous change.