Carter Burden Gallery: 12 x 12
The Carter Burden Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a summer group exhibition, 12 x 12,from July 9th to July 30th. The opening reception will be held July 9, 2015 from 6 – 8 PM. The nonprofit Gallery highlights re-emerging professional artists who are increasingly overlooked for exhibiting their work due to age. The exhibition runs through July 30th at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm, Saturday 11am-6pm.
All of the artists created artwork using 12” x 12” canvases. The resulting paintings, photographs, sculpture, and collages vary drastically, highlighting their diverse strengths as artists. The pieces have been priced at $200 to be accessible to first time collectors. In the 12 x 12 group exhibition, the Carter Burden Gallery will exhibit the work of fifty-two artists: Barbara Arum, Jonathan Bauch, John Beardman, Olivia Beens, Claire Boren, Myrna Burks, David Cerulli, Marilyn Church, Alicia Clarens, Liz Curtin, Mike Filan, Lynn Gall, Azita Ghafouri, Basia Goldsmith, Karen Green Recor, Mary Heintjes, Cassandra Jennings Hall, Helen Levin, Mitch Lewis, Lindsay, Susan Lisbin, Bob Ludwig, Katinka Mann, Carol Massa, Thomas McAnulty, Margo Mead, Rifka Milder, Irmari Nacht, Darrell Nettles, Hilda O'Connell, Sara Petitt, Robert Petrick, Jean Promutico, Charles Ramsburg, Lester Rapaport, Emily Rich, Cari Rosmarin, Vera Sapozhnikova, Diane Schneck, Sheila Schwid, Hanna Seiman, Leslie Shaw Zadoian, Susan Skoorka, Marilyn Sontag, Stephen Spiller, Ronnie Tuft, Marlena Vaccaro, Angela Valeria, Blossom Verlinsky, Ellen Wallenstein, Anna Walter, Arnold Wechsler, and John Whittaker. It is the Gallery’s first time exhibiting the work of eleven of these artists.
About the Carter Burden Gallery
Located in Chelsea, the Carter Burden Gallery is a program of The Carter Burden Center for the Aging designed to give a voice to New York City’s re-emerging older professional artists. The Carter Burden Center is a non-profit agency established in 1971 by the late Carter Burden when he was a New York City Councilman. The mission is to promote the well-being of older adults through a continuum of services, advocacy and volunteer programs oriented to individual, family and community needs. To learn more about The Carter Burden Center and its programs, visit www.carterburdencenter.org.
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