UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
Exhibition: Artful partners
Exhibition Duration: December 07. 2022 – March 10. 2023
Opening Reception: December 07. 2022
The Artful Partners Exhibition indicates how art can in a meaningful way mold relationships, reflecting as such, internal sentiments or innermost thoughts that ordinary human interaction, in all its’ forms, is unable to express or even comprehend.
The Artful Partners show contains artworks, in varying art media, painting, sculpture, installations or photography, created by several international artist couples, that live and sometimes at times work together. Thereby, in this theme we delve into an artistic microcosm of countless relations, memories and dreams. This world is where the art couple intercommunicates, while at times manifesting the reminiscent passages of their life relationships into works of art or maintain them in the realm of ideas. In this way, they allow us to better understand the subliminal elements that form the emotional foundations of a sentimental bond between two creative individuals.
First and foremost, the Artful Partners exhibition emphasizes the vital importance of mutual communication between people, something that, if stretched out, from the inside locus of a relationship, to the outside field of the macrocosm and the contemporary world, is beyond doubt necessary. To borrow a term from botany, this cross pollination works to transfer ideas from one area or medium to another resulting in new and innovative forms. These novel possibilities are responses, nurtured within the couple’s environment that demonstrate the interplay between individuals at times across disciplines based on critical interconnection and close observation.
Cecilia Whittaker-Doe and Don Doe
Bill Pangburn and Renee Magnanti
Vincent Ciniglio and Tina Mouchon
Bill Hall and Stephanie deManuelle
Maria De Los Angeles and Ryan Bonilla
Ron Morosan and Miriam Bloom
Eirini Lindarki and Vincent Parasot
Joanne Ross and Michael McKeown
Panos Charalambidis and Mary Chairetaki
Martha Dimitropoulou and Apostolos Karakatsanos
Phyllis Merriam and Victor Merriam
Neal Adams and Andis Applewhite
Myong Hi Kim and Tchah Sup Kim
Thalia Vrachopoulos holds a doctorate in the Philosophy of Art History from the City University of New York Graduate School. She has curated over one hundred national and international exhibitions, biennials, accompanied by scholarly catalogues. Dr. Vrachopoulos is a tenured Professor of visual arts at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York. She has written books, scholarly essays and reviews for NYArts Magazine, Visual Culture AD, Part, +-0 , Public Art, Art in Culture, Art in Asia and Sculpture, Wolganmisool, Asia Pacific and has been included in many international panels. Dr. Vrachopoulos has also served on many prestigious advisory panels for art fairs and non-profit institutions. Dr. Vrachopoulos’ contributions have been recorded in the permanent collection of the Princeton library Archives of Accomplished Women in the Arts.
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Thalia Vrachopoulos: email@example.com, 212-237-8023
Gallery Hours: 10 AM- 6 PM, M – F
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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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