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CEPA Gallery, is pleased to announce this exhibition and sale by artist/photographer Marion Faller. This is the most comprehensive survey of the late artists work. Her diverse artistic practice, laced with humor and a social documentarians eye, encompassed early black and white work, collage, pioneering xerographic art. In later years, full-color large-scale photography capturing public displays of religious customs, cultural traditions, and seasonal events.View Details
Focusing on the work of black women artists, this exhibit examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color. It’s the first exhibition to highlight their voices and experiences, in order to reorient conversations around race, feminism, political action, art production, and art history during this significant period. The exhibition features a wide array of work by a diverse group who lived at the intersections of avant-garde art worlds and radical political movements.View Details
This exhibition, the first large-scale museum survey devoted to artworks Conrad presented in museum and gallery settings, is part of an ongoing reappraisal of his creative achievement. Because of the extraordinary scope of his contributions to art and culture, this may yet be seen as only an introduction.” This shows Conrad to be an unparalleled innovator in the mediums of painting, sculpture, film, video, performance, and installation.View Details
Henri Matisse recognized the expressive potential of printmaking, and over the course of his career, he created a large body of graphic works that both informed and rearticulated themes he explored in other mediums. During the 1930s, the artist started making collages as studies for paintings and sculptures by arranging cut paper into decorative configurations. Bedridden during a prolonged convalescence, he began to consider further the possibilities that painting with scissors offeredan experiment that endured for the last decade of his life. Jazz is one of the fantastical imaginings to hail from this period and the only book both written and illustrated by MatisseView Details
A continuous installation, audiences are welcome to remain for the three hour duration, or enter and exit as they please. This new three-day performance installation by long-time collaborators, Tim Stegner and Frank Napolski, features 12 paid security guards as performers, with a data-driven sound and lighting design overlaying their movements. Exploring the basic elements of performance, they challenge the norms of observer and observed in this readymade performance.
Celebrate spring with our mythical friends! Visitors young and young-at-heart are welcome to join us for fun activities all day long, including fairy-themed crafts and activities, a special scavenger hunt, view the Fairy House Contest entries and vote for your favorites. SView Details
Over 110 artists will be arriving and displaying their work from all over the greater Buffalo area as well as Rochester, Syracuse, and Ithaca. Many of them have participated in shows and festivals throughout the USA. All create their own craft! All parking off-site at Moog: 7021 Seneca Street, with Free shuttle from there.View Details