In the Gallery
Jasmina Danowski will give a gallery talk about the work in her current exhibition at Spanierman Modern, Jasmina Danowski: Quite a Little Bit this Wednesday, December 9th, from 5 to 6 p.m. This charismatic artist will speak about her artistic process and techniques.
RSVP to Martha Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beyond the Gallery
The Fenimore Art Museum (Cooperstown, NY) has extended its exhibition America’s Rome, the first major exhibition on the topic of American artists’ depictions of nineteenth-century Rome, to December 31, 2009. The exhibition includes Spanierman Gallery’s Effect Near Noon—The Appian Way (1858) by George Loring Brown. The museum’s registrar, Christine Olsen, wrote on the museum’s blog about the difficulty of getting this painting into the museum when she realized upon delivery “that the crate simply wasn’t going to make it through [the museum's] loading dock doors and down the winding halls of the Great Hall Gallery” (the painting’s crate measured 92 ½ x 118 inches).
Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 State Highway 80, Cooperstown, NY, Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The New York Institute of Technology is showing an early collage by Balcomb Greene as part of its current exhibition Collages (1936-2009). The exhibition also includes work by Francis Hamabe (1917-2003), Anne Ryan (1889-1954), and Charmion Von Wiegand (1896-1983).
New York Institute of Technology, (Manhattan campus), New Technology Building, 11th floor, 16 West 61st Street, New York, NY Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m.