Volume 17 • Issue 3 | June 11 - 17, 2004



Art Galleries

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 –
www.cherylpelavin.com  
Susan Wanklyn, Outer Mongolia. New paintings exhibit moving horse and rider figures using vertical lines and delicate color shifts.

Gallery Gen –
www.gallerygen.com
Mamoru Teramoto, KASAMA, and Masahiro Maeda, KUTANI.

DFN Gallery –
www.dfngallery.com
“Jersey World.” Paintings by Tom Birkner.  Also “Watercolor”  - featuring Lois Dodd, Jacqueline Gourevitch, David Levine, Saul Steinberg and others.

Kristen Frederickson –
www.k-f-c-a.com
Upstairs: drawings by Alice Attie, Holly Miller and Merle Temkin.  In the Project Room: photogravures by Michael Myers.

Latincollector –
www.latincollector.com
“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 –
www.paulsharpegallery.com
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] –
www.giganticartspace.com
Tactical Action, Curated by Lea Rekow, April 14th - June 10th.  Artists investigate the sociological and the political as they are assimilated into artistic context.

Mela Foundation –
www.melafoundation.org
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 –
www.artingeneral.org
Rock’s Role (After Ryoanji) April 24 - June 26, 2004. Sound works by artists responding to John Cage’s 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.



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