Thursday, May 22, 2008

Troy West to exhibit in Germany


Troy West is showing art and architecture at two venues in Germany this year. An Architekur, an exhibition and publication on Community Design in Berlin (anarchitektur@amx.de), and MYTHOS FABRIK EIN DEUTSCH - AMERIKAN ISCHER DIALOG exhibition and conference in Offenbach thru August 2008.

Pictured at right: The Dietze Building, Newark, New Jersey
19th century toy factory renovated into 10 units of artist work/live space, 2500 sq. ft.

Claudia Flynn receives Award


Claudia Flynn received The Innovators Program Award for Original Art in a Publication by the Johns Hopkins University Press. "LIFELINE," a digital mixed media work was selected by the Art Advisory Board at the School of Medicine for an upcoming book and traveling exhibition beginning in San Juan, Puerto Rico in June.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Alexandra Broches at the Gail Cahalan Gallery


Hera Gallery member, Alexandra Broches, will be exhibiting her work at the Gail Cahalan Gallery in Providence.  Alexandra will be exhibiting a series of photographs that capture elements of the natural world.  These masterful black and white images are wonderfully designed, inspired visions.  Collections of eggs, bones, and feathers are artfully arranged and edited to provoke a sense of wonder and curiosity in the viewer.  These easily overlooked artifacts of nature become interesting displays of natural patterns through Broches's lenses.

The opening reception will be held on Saturday, May 17th, from 4:00 - 7:00pm.
The exhibit runs from May 14th through June 7th.
Gail Cahalan Gallery
200 Allens Avenue
Providence, RI 02903
www.gcgallery.net
401-744-0295

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Opening Reception For Crossing Borders/Cruzando Fronteras



Last Saturday night, Hera hosted the opening reception for our current exhibition, Crossing Borders/Cruzando Fronteras. The evening was a great success, attended by artists, patrons, and people who hold the issue of immigration close to their hearts. Overall, it was a festive night, which enabled some very pertinent conversations.

Right: Artist Agustin Patino with his painting, Immigrants with Five Senses. Below: Dusan Petran, of Yorick's Marionette Theater, displays his handmade marionettes during the opening reception.