Exhibitions

Category: Exhibitions

  1. Minneapolis-based Rouille’s conceptual art posed questions about masculinity and femininity, traditional gender norms, and what shapes identity. Be it erroneous assumptions, the hurdles of transitioning, or violence (including murder), Rouille’s art lay bare the challenges that transgender and gender-nonconforming people face daily. But people are…

  2.   G.C.C. was the first juried exhibition hosted by the ArtRage Gallery! The submission process was open to all contemporary artists, including Central New York artists, who are creating work that fits the ArtRage mission to inspire resistance, promote social awareness, support social justice, challenge…

  3. Proof Through the Night is a retrospective of traditional silver-based photography and lithographs by Paul Pearce, a certified disabled combat veteran who now declares himself to be a “backward observer”. His photography focuses on issues of war and morality and questions the very notion of…

  4. Vernacular Photographs From the Collection of Dan Lenchner  Curated by Nancy Keefe Rhodes.   Dan Lenchner’s collection of photos of Third Reich life makes the power of the “uncanny” visible.  They are both strange and somehow familiar, these snapshots:Nazi officers at family picnics, weddings and…

  5. “For nearly 50 years Max Ginsburg has created paintings that explore the human experience, ranging from everyday activities to social injustices.Throughout his career he has maintained a commitment to realism when teachers, galleries, museums and even institutions where he taught often viewed it with contempt.”…