Gallery open Thursday through Sunday, 12 - 6 PM Celebrating ~50 Years of Exhibitions
DEI Statement: Amos Eno Gallery is a space committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We are proud of our intersectional membership body
and don't discriminate based on any factors when working with artists and the community. We serve as a space for respect, free from bias
for exhibiting artists and guests alike.
Congratulations to Mimi Oritsky whose work is featured in Gathering Differences: National Artists Exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery. A.I.R. opened its doors in 1972, just two years before Amos Eno Gallery, and focused exclusively on women artists. Mimi Oritsky is a long time member of both Amos Eno and A.I.R. Gallery. Stay tuned for her solo exhibition coming up in May 2018! Here is an excerpt from the press release: “When much in the woods, as a little girl, I was told that the s
Since beginning our series of Writing Letters to Prison in December 2016, a lot has happened in the country and around the world. Arts institutions across the country have drawn lines in the sand through strikes in solidarity with immigrants and women, registered dissent in a variety of programs and increased visibility of marginalized groups. A question of the purpose of art comes to mind in times like these, and the answer seems to recognize humanity in every human. For the