Current & Upcoming Exhibitions
FOREST CITY GALLERY ANNUAL MEMBERS SHOW
An annual group exhibition at Forest City Gallery curated by Marina Eliasi.
This Show and Sale acts as both an appreciation event to FCG Membership, as well as FCG's biggest fundraiser of the year! Join us for an opening reception on December 6th from 6 - 9 PM to get first picks of the show!
December 6 – 20, 2019
258 Richmond Street
London, Ontario, Canada
Opening night: December 6th, 6–9pm
Recent Past Exhibitions
A group exhibition at Stone Sparrow NYC curated by Marina Eliasi.
Each artist in the exhibition was given an opportunity to respond to the title "False Face" with their own interpretation of the term. The work I have put forward considers the vulnerability of the identities we portray to the public projections of confidence, security, and strength.
This is my first exhibition in Manhattan and I'll be showing some of my most ambitious works to date, including two brand new paintings not yet exhibited to the public.
October 16 – November 10, 2019
45 Greenwich Ave
New York City, New York
Opening night: October 16, 6–9pm
A group exhibition at V°LITION GALLERY and Creative Space. Curated by Sona Viola. From the organizer:
"Just in time for the month of Halloween, an exhibition that questions what is the nature of fear and how does it manifest itself in art? Experience this unique exploration of fear through art and its capacity to unite us all. Celebrate the season and come dressed to impress in your boldest most creative costumes, the wild and imaginative will be rewarded in a contest for the faint of heart."
October 12 – November 23, 2019
103 S Greenbush Road
Orangeburg, New York
Opening night: October 12, 7–11pm
A BURDEN TO BARE
A group exhibition exploring mental health, trauma, and recovery. Presented by Alissa Milano, Kaitlyn Power, and Venn. From the organizer, Alissa Milano:
"A Burden to Bare is a group art exhibition to benefit the fight against sexual violence and mental health stigma. The show features over twenty bold artists committed to encouraging more open and honest dialogue about the realities of mental health, trauma, sexual violence, and recovery. By bringing together artists and the community, we aim to empower each person to contribute to and engage in spaces that harbor safety, vulnerability, and compassionate connection through creative expression. "
Proceeds donated to North Brooklyn Coalition.
October 5 – October 19, 2019
1022 Wyckoff Avenue
Ridgewood, New York
Opening night: October 5, 5–9pm