To start the fall display of gallery openings and events, 3 of my images will be part of the 3rd annual Governor’s Island Art Fair exhibiting with TheGreatNude Small Works. Although the images are B&W they are a part of my “All That Glitters” body of works.
So come out and support and meet some of the NY Metro area artists who will be there for the opening.
The Art Fair runs form Sept 4th through the 26th on Saturdays and Sundays only. And remember the gift of art is lasting and can have good investment value as the emerging artists’ work original or ltd editions increase over time.
So if you don’t want to be stuck in traffic on the LIE or GSP heading to the beaches, wander around the Island. The island also is home to the National Historic Landmark District featuring 18th Century fortifications so wear comfortable shoes as you stroll the grounds.
There is no admission fee to enter the Fair where 120 abandoned army barracks will be filled with visual art, music and performers.
Saturday Sept. 4th 11 – 6pm. opening reception from 3pm to 6pm – Building 12 – Section H-4
By subway: 1 to South Ferry Station
4, 5 to Bowling Green
R, W to Whitehall St Station
By ferry: FREE from the Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 (starting at 11am) Pier 6 is located at the end of Atlantic Avenue at Columbus Street
There is also a ferry from Manhattan:
Directions to the Governors Island Manhattan Ferry
The Governors Island ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building located at 10 South Street, adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan. The ferry terminal is accessible as follows: click this link for schedules
1 to South Ferry station
4, 5 to Bowling Green station
R to Whitehall St. station
Friday – Sept 10th opening reception 6-8pm
6 Spring Street, NYC
Derek Henderson/ Mercy Mercer
Art Slant has a calendar of openings so click the link to see more.
Thurs: Sept 16th opening reception 6-8pm
Bruce Silverstein Gallery
535 West 234th St, NYC is pleased to present, Beyond COLOR: Color in American Photography, 1950-1970, a re-examination of a pivotal period in photography’s short history, when the artistic relevance of color in fine art photography had yet to be determined. The exhibition unites works for the first time by many of the “first generation” practitioners of color photography including artists Marie Cosindas, Arthur Seigel, Harry Callahan, Eliot Porter, Saul Leiter, Marvin E. Newman, Pete Turner, Ruth Orkin and Ernst Haas.
Friday Sept 17th opening reception 6-8pm
546 Broadway, PH 5B , NYC is proud to exhibit the works of Nanjo Francois Shunsuke. This is a must see exhibit. One that Jene Youtt and I will attend.
More info to come as details become known to me.