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‘Lov U’ and ‘The Other New York: Tony 2012’ opening reception at The Warehouse Gallery
The Warehouse Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St., ground floor, Syracuse, NY 13202
Tel 315.443.6450; Fax 315-443-6494; Website: thewarehousegallery.syr.edu
Open and free to the public. Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m.; th3 noon-8 p.m.; closed on holidays. Limited parking is available in The Warehouse Lot (WHSE), call SU Parking Services for details 315-443-4652. The gallery is on the Connective Corridor Free Shuttle Route, see Centro#543. For more information, visit the website.
Sept. 13-Oct. 27
EXHIBITION TITLE: “Lov U” a multi-media installation by Senga Nengudi
OPENING RECEPTION: Sept.r 13, 5-8 p.m.
Chicago-born and Colorado Springs based Senga Nengudi is an important figure of the Black Arts Movement in the 1970s-1980s in New York and Los Angeles. For her multi-media, performance based exhibition “Lov U” at The Warehouse Gallery Nengudi will explore the subject of senses. Drawn to also discarded, everyday materials, the ephemerality
of Nengudi’s work in general becomes a metaphor for life.
WINDOW PROJECTS AT THE WAREHOUSE GALLERY, VIEWABLE 24/7
EXHIBITION TITLE: THE OTHER NEW YORK: TONY 2012
OPENING RECEPTION: Sept. 13, 5–8 p.m.
This Window Projects exhibition is part of The Other New York: 2012; a community-wide, multi-venue biennial exhibition organized by the Everson Museum of Art in collaboration with its 14 Syracuse partner art organizations to highlight artists across Upstate New York, with a special focus on Central New York and the surrounding counties. For this project, Jeffrey Einhorn will create a site-specific installation A Portrait of the Artist as a Giant Deflating Head addressing the fine line between performance art and sculpture while emphasizing wittily the unstable state of things or a
disorder of a system.
Contact Person: Anja Chavez, 443-6450