The Tribeca Gallery Association presents Second Wednesday Nights. On the second Wednesday of every month, art galleries will be open late 6 to 8 pm. The first night will be this Wed., June 9. Following is a list of participating galleries.
Cheryl Pelavin Fine Arts, LLC
Susan Wanklyn, Outer Mongolia. New paintings exhibit moving horse and rider figures using vertical lines and delicate color shifts.
Mamoru Teramoto, KASAMA, and Masahiro Maeda, KUTANI.
Jersey World. Paintings by Tom Birkner. Also Watercolor - featuring Lois Dodd, Jacqueline Gourevitch, David Levine, Saul Steinberg and others.
Upstairs: drawings by Alice Attie, Holly Miller and Merle Temkin. In the Project Room: photogravures by Michael Myers.
Concrete Realities: The Art of Carmen Herrera, Fanny Sanin, Mira Schendel. It views the work of three geometric abstract painters working from 1950 to date.
Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art
Between The Lines, featuring Yoan Capote, a Cuban artist who resides in Havana, Cuba , and John Rosis, an American artist who lives in Nyack, NY, explores how artists use line and mark-making to emphasize expression.
Gigantic ArtSpace [GAS]
Tactical Action, Curated by Lea Rekow, April 14th - June 10th. Artists investigate the sociological and the political as they are assimilated into artistic context.
La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela: Dream House. A time installation measured by a setting of continuous frequencies in sound and light.
Art in General
Rocks Role (After Ryoanji) April 24 - June 26, 2004. Sound works by artists responding to John Cages musical transliterations of the famed Japanese Zen rock garden, Ryoanji.
Franklin 54 Gallery
SHARON FLORIN, AT A GLANCE II, urban landscape paintings.
Studio 18 Gallery with Molly Barnes
Incongruous Juxtapostions, a witty visual commentary on art by John Clem Clarke, Russell Connor, Sally Davies, William King, Benjamin Matthews.