Exhibitions

Category: Exhibitions

  1. An award-winning photographer for the Syracuse Post-Standard, Mike Greenlar traveled 10 times to a remote mountain region of Laos to document the effects of cluster bombing on the Hmong people. The US covert bombing campaign, between 1964 and 1973, gave Laos the distinction of being…

  2.   Sandra Stephens’ exhibition was an  in-depth look at how culture contributes to our construction of identities. Pieces looked at race, class, gender and sexuality. She explored how war propaganda simplifies and objectifies the view of the “other” – the “enemy”; the effect our visual culture…

  3.   In collaboration with the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation Utica-native Patrick Fiore has created a series of paintings inspired by Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History of the United States 1492 – Present.” ArtRage exhibited all 34 of his original paintings and the Gage Foundation  unveiled…

  4. Blind Execution © Deborah Lawrence A sharp pair of scissors is a powerful tool for Seattle-based artist, Deborah Faye Lawrence. Since the mid 1990’s she has been creating intricately detailed collages that explore themes such as war, nationalism, sexism and corporate globalization, all with great…

  5. The Everson Community Biennial at ArtRage   The Everson Biennial, titled THE OTHER NEW YORK:2012, was exhibited in community art galleries across Syracuse. ArtRage was honored to participate by exhibiting the work of four artists chosen in collaboration with the Everson Museum. “Every artist seems…