On view and upcoming
An exhibition of photographs, videos, sculpture, paintings, books, music, and news clippings. It is intended to provide, primarily through the work of Ukrainian artists and documentarians, a larger understanding of Ukraine and its people at this terrible time in their country’s history. Co-curated by Ira Lupu and Fred Ritchin
- Tue, Oct 18The Gallery at Dobbin MewsThe Project Room at Dobbin Mews
- Sat, May 14The Gallery at Dobbin MewsThis father/daughter pair of lifelong practicing artists are Dolph Smith (88) & Allison Read Smith (56). They pull from their Southern heritage, utilizing humor, narrative, and seemingly simple imagery to consider the overlapping lives.
- Sat, Feb 05Feb 2022The exhibition consists of three installations of masks: "Shrouds of Hungarian Poets," "Paper Heads: Hungarian Portraits," and the "Death Masks"; Two artist books: "Manhattan 05.12.91" & "Vorkuta Poems"; And a postcard size bronze relief: "Postcard from Auschwitz."