Upcoming Events:

February 19, 2021

5:30 PM EST

"The Illusion that Light Travels" Virtual Tour and Presentation

Exhibition Tour and Presentation for solo show by artist Jose-Ricardo Presman

Introduction by Audra Lambert

February 19, 2021 at 5:30 PM EST

Attend via this Zoom link:  https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72601204952?pwd=SU1XanErRXpoV08yZllzTVFoZVlqZz09

Free and open to the public

Amos Eno Gallery presents The Illusion that Light Travels, an exhibition of new works by long-time gallery member and co-founder José-Ricardo Presman. A virtual exhibition tour and presentation will take place from 5:30 PM on Friday, Feb 19th via Zoom (link here) followed by an opening reception from 6-9 PM at the gallery's location at 56 Bogart Street in Brooklyn, NY. The artist’s presentation will cover themes such as how the creative mind coordinates with the rational mind in an artistic context.

José-Ricardo Presman was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and received his MFA from Pratt Institute. He has exhibited in numerous solo shows at Amos Eno Gallery in New York and in various group shows throughout the US and Canada.

January 15, 2021

Artists in Dialogue,  "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude"

Virtual Dialogue: 12:30 PM EST via Zoom

Friday, January 15, 2021 (exhibition closing weekend)

Join the artists of "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude" for this exclusive artist dialogue in conversation with the curator Audra Lambert. The conversation will center on the practices of individual artists whose work is included in the exhibition, including details on their artistic process and themes that their work encompasses. 

Free and open to the public. 

 

Zoom Link for Virtual Discussion: 

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73335239128?pwd=WUhkMVRNS21idEE1NkMveVhoM2tIZz09

December 18, 2020

Virtual Opening Reception, "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude" Small Works Group Show 

Virtual Reception: 5:30 - 6:15 PM EST

In-Person Reception: 6:30 - 9 PM EST

Friday, December 18, 2020

Part of Virtual Bushwick Open Studios 2020

 

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to present this group show of small works featuring artists Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Irja Boden, Chris Esposito, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Sam Jones, Kahori Kamiya, Charleen Kavleski, Robert McCann, David Olivant, Mimi Oritsky, Kathy Loev Putnam, Philip Swan, Jessica Tawczynski and Aaron Wilder. 

 

Zoom Link for Virtual Reception: 

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/2662622699?pwd=M09IWHJzOHI0MktSMUV6ODBCUjhidz09 

February 11, 2021

6:30 PM EST

The Long Goodbye: Reflections on a Divided Country

Discussion with artist Heidi Neff and Guests Elifnaz Caliskan, MPP; Stephanie Hallock, PhD; and Regina Roof Ray, MEd

Moderated by Audra Lambert, Director of Amos Eno Gallery

February 11, 2021 at 6:30 PM EST

Attend via this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81195437546

Free and open to the public

What has happened here? Why is the country so divided, some say on the brink of Civil War? After viewing Heidi Neff’s animated short the Long Goodbye, a personal documentary of the time between Election Day 2020 and Inauguration Day 2021, the artist will discuss themes present in the project with panelists Elifnaz Caliskan, MPP, political scientist and public policy expert; Stephanie Hallock, PhD, Professor of Political Science and Regina Roof Ray, MEd, Associate Professor of Psychology. Themes for the discussion include political divisiveness, how we are living through a party realignment—a rare occurrence in American History which is always tumultuous—and how phenomena such cognitive inflexibility, confirmation bias, and misinformation effects have created a situation where people are unable to come together, even to agree on facts.

Heidi Neff is Professor of Art + Design at Harford Community College in Bel Air, Maryland, where she was granted a sabbatical to work on animations for the Spring semester of 2020. Despite headaches of online teaching, small children, and a love/hate relationship with technology, Heidi makes apocalyptic animations with a hand-drawn/hand-painted aesthetic. Heidi earned her MFA from University of Iowa and her BFA from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She makes her home in Maryland with her husband, Paul Chuffo, and their two children, Max and Maya.

Elifnaz Caliskan, MPP, is a Senior Project Manager at an international development firm focused on providing expertise in conflict and post-conflict countries. She holds particular interest in the role of diplomacy, negotiations, and human capital investment in conflict prevention and transformation. A native of Turkey, she has lived across 8 cities around the globe across 3 continents. She is currently baesd in Washington DC, and is a proud alumna of University of Maryland (MPP and BA). Caliskan sees herself a storyteller and aspires to help marginalized communities to tell their stories.

Professor Regina Roof Ray is Associate Professor of Psychology at Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD.  Roof-Ray brings her expertise in social psychology and will explore how phenomena such as personality, cognitive inflexibility, confirmation bias, and misinformation effect. She has presented at national conferences including the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology and was a founding organizer of the Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Psychology Conference.  She holds a BA in behavioral science from Messiah College, studied at Temple University and Daystar University in Nairobi, Kenya and holds an MEd in counseling from Millersville University.

Dr. Stephanie Hallock PhD, is a professor of Political Science at Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD. Dr. Hallock brings 20 plus years’ experience teaching American Government at the college level. 

December 20, 2020

Virtual Exhibition Tour, "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude" Small Works Group Show 

 Virtual Tour:

  •  Tour Begins 2:00 PM EST 

Part of Virtual Bushwick Open Studios 2020

 

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to offer a virtual tour of this small works group show, "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude." Referencing "The Inward Morning" by Henry David Thoreau, the exhibit contemplates on the transcendence of silence and stillness as a catalyst for hope. 

Artists will discuss their work on view during this virtual tour with curator Audra Lambert: attending artists include Philip Swan, Aaron Wilder and David Olivant.

 

Zoom Link for Tour:

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/2662622699?pwd=M09IWHJzOHI0MktSMUV6ODBCUjhidz09 

January 22, 2021

Virtual Reception, Heidi Neff: "The Long Goodbye"

Virtual Reception from 6:30 PM EST on Friday, 1/22 via this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87350010998

Free and open to the public.

Join artist Heidi Neff as she discusses her process creating "The Long Goodbye": leading up to the election, Neff decided to make one frame-by-frame animation every day beginning on Election Day and ending on Inauguration Day itself. It is by nature a personal diary reflecting on all of the possible outcomes - and resulting worries – of this time period. Like the several months preceding it, there was plenty of madness to spare on a daily basis. Neff shares the YouTube premiere of this completed work as part of this virtual reception, followed by a Q&A with Amos Eno gallery director Audra Lambert. Please join us for the half hour long program and feel free to ask the artist questions at the conclusion of the virtual opening!

 

This exhibition also features limited edition prints available for purchase. An Artsy link will be added here once these works are live and available for sale (once the exhibition is open.) 

 

Zoom Link for Virtual Reception, "The Long Goodbye": https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87350010998

December 19, 2020

Virtual Exhibition Tours, "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude" Small Works Group Show 

Two Virtual Tours Available:

  • Tour #1 Begins 2:00 PM EST 

  • Tour #2 Begins 4:00 PM EST

Part of Virtual Bushwick Open Studios 2020

 

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to offer a virtual tour of this small works group show, "Where'er His Silent Beams Intrude." Referencing "The Inward Morning" by Henry David Thoreau, the exhibit contemplates on the transcendence of silence and stillness as a catalyst for hope. 

Artists will discuss their work on view during these virtual tours with curator Audra Lambert:  attending artists include Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Irja Boden, Kahori Kamiya, Kathy Loev Putnam, Robert McCann, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Sam Jones and Jessica Tawczynski.

 

Zoom Link for Tours:

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/2662622699?pwd=M09IWHJzOHI0MktSMUV6ODBCUjhidz09 

Previous Events:

November 13, 2020

Opening Reception, Hildegard Hsieh Holman "The Faces of Quarantine" and Andre Rubin, "Downfall: The Going Under"

Opening Reception: 6 - 8 pm

Friday, November 13, 2020

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to present two concurrent exhibitions, Andre Rubin, Downfall: The Going Under and Hildegard Hsieh Holman: The Many Faces of Quarantine, two solo exhibitions presented in tandem with new works by artists Andre Rubin and Hildegard Hsieh Holman. This joint exhibition will run at Amos Eno Gallery from November 13 – December 13, 2020.

November 6, 2020

Significant Soil in Communities: Philip Swan and Angela Arrocha in Conversation

A Dialogue on Sustainability in Urban Environments

Friday, November 6th at 2 pm EST

Phil Swan, Artist and Member, Amos Eno Gallery in dialogue around his solo show, "Significant Soil", with Angela Arrocha, Artist and Member, Bushwick City Farms

Moderated by Audra Lambert, Director of Amos Eno Gallery

October 16, 2020

Opening of Philip Swan, "Significant Soil"

Opening Virtual Talk: 6 - 6:30 pm

Opening Reception in Gallery: 6:30 - 8 pm

 

 

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to present Significant Soil, a solo exhibition of new works by artist Philip Swan. The opening reception takes place on Friday, October 16, 2020. In addition to the in-person opening reception on Friday, October 16th from 6:30-8 PM, a virtual tour will take place on the opening night with the artist Philip Swan. 

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