ArtBeat: What To See

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Opening

Ellsworth Kelly: Cyclamen V @ Berkshire Botanical Garden
Ellsworth Kelly: Cyclamen V @ Berkshire Botanical Garden
Ellsworth Kelly: Plant Lithographs @ Bershire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge. This first major exhibition in the Garden’s Center House Leonhardt Galleries features Ellsworth Kelly’s iconic plant lithographs, created during his stay in southern France between late 1964 and the summer of 1965. Opens Sunday, May 6 (Roy Boutard Day – free admission all day) (Through October 8)

Photographs by Rob O'Neil @ Courthouse Gallery
Photographs by Rob O’Neil @ Courthouse Gallery
Rest Area @ Courthouse Gallery, Lake George. A solo exhibition of photographs by Rob O’Neil that examines the unexpected beauty found at rest stops throughout the country. Opening reception: Saturday, May 5, 4-6-pm. (Through June 8)


Last Chance to See

Works by Daisy Rockwell, Oliver Schemm and Diane Fine at Saratoga Arts
Works by Daisy Rockwell, Oliver Schemm and Diane Fine at Saratoga Arts
Elemental Narratives @ Saratoga Arts, Saratoga Springs. Works by Diane Fine, Daisy Rockwell and Oliver Schemm, each of whom aim to portray moments and events that are personally important and essential to them. (Through May 5)

(top) Michal Greenbaim: Baby Lips Shell and (bottom) Kev Filmore: Mom Needs Help @ Davis Orton Gallery
(top) Michal Greenbaim: Baby Lips Shell and (bottom) Kev Filmore: Mom Needs Help @ Davis Orton Gallery
Memories of Childhood @ Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson. Photographs by Michal Greenboim and Kev Filmore. Also on display will be portfolio showcases by Flynn Larsen and Leslie Jean-Bart. (Through May 6)

Christie Scheele: Forms of Water @ Thompson Giroux Gallery
Christie Scheele: Forms of Water @ Thompson Giroux Gallery
Christie Scheele: Atlas/Hudson River Valley @ Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham. Christie Scheele brings together paintings, drawings, printmaking and mixed media to explore the personal and collective connection between our lives today and our increasingly fragile environment. (Through May 6)

Installation by Sharon Kingsbury @ Lapham Gallery
Installation by Sharon Kingsbury @ Lapham Gallery
Show 3: Remnants @ Lapham Gallery, Glens Falls. Works in acrylic and mixed media by Andrew Dines installation by Sharon Kingsbury and acrylic paintings by Katrin Waite. (Through May 11)


Continuing

Light sculpture by Tina Chaden @ Athens Cultural Center
Light sculpture by Tina Chaden @ Athens Cultural Center
15th Annual Athens Cultural Center Members’ Exhibition @ Athens Cultural Center, Athens. Ninety works by forty-eight artists, ranging from watercolors, oils, pastels, pencil and ink on paper, photographs, ceramics, image transfer and more. Also on display is light and found, a solo show of Tina Chaden’s glowing organic forms. (Through May 12)

Alan Knight: Warren Street in Summer @ Spencertown Academy
Alan Knight: Warren Street in Summer @ Spencertown Academy
The 3rd Annual Members’ Art Show @ Spencertown Academy, Spencertown. Works in all media by over 50 Academy artists. (Through May 13)

Works by Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia @ Art Omi
Works by Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia @ Art Omi
Liliana Porter and Ana Tiscornia @ Art Omi, Ghent. Works by two artists who have resided together and shared studio space for decades: Liliana Porter works across diverse media with installation, assemblage, photography, collage, theater, and public art, often employing a cast of characters that are inanimate objects, miniatures, toys and figurines. Ana Tiscornia’s practice encompasses wall works and collages composed with cutout cardboard and paper objects comprised of manipulated fragments. (Through May 13)

Stephanie Bernheim: Wed5 @ Hudson Hall
Stephanie Bernheim: Wed5 @ Hudson Hall
Stephanie Bernheim: Pixels and Particulates @ Hudson Hall, Hudson. Using glass windows, Pine Plains oilcloth, simple mechanical devices, printers and camera phones, Stephanie Bernheim has for many years explored the limits of common materials and simple mechanical devices through her work. (Through May 13)

The Golden Age of New Paltz, Part 2 @ Wired Gallery
The Golden Age of New Paltz, Part 2 @ Wired Gallery
Golden Age of New Paltz, Part 2 @ Wired Gallery, High Falls. The second installment of the group exhibition surveys artists who lived and worked in the New Paltz, NY area from the years 1963 to 1967 includes works by State University College at New Paltz professors Ben Bishop, Maurice Brown, Barbara Leoff Burge, Ken Burge, John Frank, Ken Green, Alex Minewski, Dale Stein and George Wexler as well as work by students from that era including Gary Allen, John Anderson, Donald Bellinger, Allen Bryan, Henry Cavanagh, Paul Chapman, Reno DeRosa, Jim Edwards, Denise Giardullo, Markus Heidelberg, Dick Hogle, Eric Iversen, Anthony Panzera, Theo (Teddi) Pappas, Phil Paratore, Bruce Pileggi, Roger Polansky, Ed Samuels, Susan Slotnick, Jon Ellis Stevens, Tom Stratton, Al Summ and Aletta Vett. (Through May 13)

Works by Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Shear @ Jeff Bailey Gallery
Works by Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Shear @ Jeff Bailey Gallery
Line and Curve @ Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson. The Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Shear Shaker collection from Shaker Museum/Mount Lebanon, with prints by Ellsworth Kelly from the 1960s through the 1980s. (Through May 13)

Paintings by Ryan Parr @ Yates Gallery
Paintings by Ryan Parr @ Yates Gallery
Puzzled @ Yates Gallery, Loudonville. Paintings by Ryan Parr. (Through May 14)

Sit-In @ September Gallery
Sit-In @ September Gallery
Sit-In @ September Gallery, Hudson. A group exhibition that examines the shifting framework of a borderless icon: the chair. (Thorugh May 20)

Works by Steve Rossi @ Matteawan Gallery
Works by Steve Rossi @ Matteawan Gallery
Differential Ratio @ Matteawan Gallery, Beacon. Steve Rossi’s recent collages address current political issues in the U.S. by juxtaposing disparate images that are associated with the left and the right. (Through May 20)

 Erin Walrath: Unto (the blue study) @ John Davis Gallery

Erin Walrath: Unto (the blue study) @ John Davis Gallery
Erin Walrath @ John Davis Gallery, Hudson. A solo exhibition of constructions by Erin Walrath. (Through May 20)

Warhol Unidentified @ CCS Bard
Warhol Unidentified @ CCS Bard
Warhol: Unidentified @ CCS Bard, Annandale-on-Hudson. An exhibition of 83 photographs by Andy Warhol whose subjects are currently unidentified. These photographs were gifted to CCS Bard in 2008 by the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program which donated over 28,500 of his photographs to educational institutions across the United States. This exhibition is part of Warhol x 5, a collaboration of five university art museums that have coordinated to present complimentary exhibitions centered around these donations: the Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College; the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz; the University Art Museum at the University at Albany; the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College; and the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. (Through May 27)

Works by Tony DiTerlizzi @ Norman Rockwell Museum
Works by Tony DiTerlizzi @ Norman Rockwell Museum
Never Abandon Imagination: The Fantastical Art of Tony DiTerlizzi @ Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge. An exhibition of works by the #1 New York Times bestselling author/illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi, known for his images of such fantasy creatures as fairies, trolls, sprites and goblins. (Through May 28)

Works by Stacy Petty @ 46 Green Street Studios
Works by Stacy Petty @ 46 Green Street Studios
Flat Broke @ 46 Green Street Studios, Hudson. Works by Stacy Petty. (Through May 29)


Downtown is Pawsome Garden Party @ Tricentennial Park, Albany. Celebrating a local landmark and American icon, regional artists have customized twenty 3-foot-tall sculptures of Albany’s famous canine resident Nipper. The painted pups will grace various locations in downtown Albany throughout the next year. Proceeds from the Garden Party will benefit programs of the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, as well as the continued revitalization of downtown Albany. (Through May 31)

Works by JoAnn Axford, Jeri Eisenberg and Leslie Parke @ The Laffer Gallery
Works by JoAnn Axford, Jeri Eisenberg and Leslie Parke @ The Laffer Gallery
Tranquility @ The Laffer Gallery, Schuylerville. Works by JoAnn Axford, Jeri Eisenberg and Leslie Parke. (Through June 3)

Works by Roberta Trentin: @ Sohn Fine Art
Works by Roberta Trentin: @ Sohn Fine Art
Domestication @ Sohn Fine Art, Lenox. A group show featuring works by George Cavalletto, Susan Copich, Hildy Pincus Kronen, Anne Mourier, Roberta Trentin and Bill Wright. (Through June 10)

Shawn Snow: The Sky Cracked Open @ Carrie Haddad Gallery
Shawn Snow: The Sky Cracked Open @ Carrie Haddad Gallery
Ebb & Flow @ Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson. A collection of abstract works by Shawn Snow, Anne Francey, Allyson Levy, Ragellah Rourke, Bruce Murphy, Vince Vella and Gary Buckendorf that embodies the tensions present in the natural rhythm of life. (Through June 10)

Eric Seplowitz: Our Differences Make Us Stronger @ Wikoff Student Gallery
Eric Seplowitz: Our Differences Make Us Stronger @ Wikoff Student Gallery
LGBTQ @ Union, 2018: We Are ALL Union @ Wikoff Student Gallery, Schenectady. Work in drawing, painting, illustration, photography, digital art, poetry, and film by current Union College students, alumni and professors. Reception: Wednesday, May 2, 5-6pm. (Through June 18)

Griselda San Martín: Jose Marquez @ The Center for Photography at Woodstock
Griselda San Martín: Jose Marquez @ The Center for Photography at Woodstock
Disruption. The Exhibition. @ The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock. Works by Verónica G Cárdenas, Orestes González, Kris Graves, GD McClintock and Griselda San Martín. Using a broad variety of narrative styles, these five photography-based artists expand their interpretations of the word “disruption” to show how the word manifests itself in the social, political and economic world we live in. (Through June 10)

William Austin Burt (inventor), William J. Young (maker), Burt’s Solar Compass @ Mandeville Gallery
William Austin Burt (inventor), William J. Young (maker), Burt’s Solar Compass @ Mandeville Gallery
Probability & Uncertainty @ Mandeville Gallery, Schenectady. This exhibition will feature over thirty historic, scientific instruments from the Union College Permanent Collection, juxtaposed with six contemporary female artists working with scientific themes: Aimée Burg, Nettrice Gaskins, Jessie Henson, Carter Hodgkin, Kirsten Kay Thoen and Audrey Wilson. See the website for more events. (Through June 17)

Rockwell Kent: December Eighth @ The Hyde Collection
Rockwell Kent: December Eighth @ The Hyde Collection
Rockwell Kent @ The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. Complementary exhibitions celebrate Rockwell Kent (1882 – 1971), the American painter, printer, and illustrator, who settled in the Adirondacks in 1928. He painted many of his works in his Adirondack studio based on drawings, sketches, and notes taken during extensive travels to Greenland, Alaska, Ireland, and other extreme locations. In addition, Curator Caroline Welsh has drawn together paintings from North Country collections, some seldom seen publicly. Opens Sunday, April 8. (Through July 22)

Sergei Isupov: Directions @Ferrin Contemporary
Sergei Isupov: Directions @Ferrin Contemporary
Directions @ Ferrin Contemporary, North Adams. A solo exhibit by ceramic artist Sergei Isupov (Through July 22)

 Simon Donaldson, Amperé’s Law @ Mandeville Gallery

Simon Donaldson, Amperé’s Law @ Mandeville Gallery
Concinnitas Portfolio @ Mandeville Gallery, Schenectady. A portfolio of ten fine art aquatint prints featuring equations, expressions or formulas transcribed by ten notable mathematicians and physicists, in response to the prompt to record their ‘most beautiful mathematical expression.’ Each image was hand-drawn by each of the following participants: Sir Michael Atiyah, Enrico Bombieri, Simon K. Donaldson, Freeman Dyson, Murray Gell-Mann, Richard Karp, Peter Lax, David Mumford, Stephen Smale and Steven Weinberg. (Through August 31)

Works by Liz Glynn @ MASS MoCA
Works by Liz Glynn @ MASS MoCA
Liz Glynn: The Archaeology of Another Possible Future @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Los Angeles-based Liz Glynn will present her largest and most ambitious project to date in Building 5, MASS MoCA’s largest gallery — a sprawling multi-sensory sculptural experience of sight, sensation, sound, and scent stretching nearly a football field in length. The exhibition expands Glynn’s interest in the rise and fall of empires, labor, and shifting cultural values, in order to speculate upon our uncertain future. (Through Labor Day 2018)

Anonymous (French) Tapestry from Chateau de Corances, Early 16th Century @ Williams College Museum of Art
Anonymous (French) Tapestry from Chateau de Corances, Early 16th Century @ Williams College Museum of Art
RAWR! A WCMA Bestiary @ Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown. An exhibit that considers how art has helped to create arbitrary distinctions between the human and the animal, with works from WCMA’s encyclopedic collection exploring the representation of animals in art and artifacts across time and across the globe. (Through October 31)

Allison Janae Hamilton: Pitch @ MASS MoCA
Allison Janae Hamilton: Pitch @ MASS MoCA
Pitch @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Allison Janae Hamilton’s photographs, videos, sculptures and installations feature environments familiar to the north Florida and Tennessee landscapes that are home to her family.

Jeronimo Elespe: Lure @ MASS MoCA
Jeronimo Elespe: Lure @ MASS MoCA
The Lure of the Dark @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Over a dozen contemporary artists, including Patrick Bermingham, William Binnie, Cynthia Daignault, TM Davy, Jeronimo Elespe, Cy Gavin, Shara Hughes, Josephine Halvorson, Sam McKinniss, Wilhelm Neusser, Dana Powell, Kenny Rivero and Alexandria Smith, illustrate the ways in which the hours of darkness continue to provoke the contemporary imagination.

Natasha Bowdoin: Maneater @ MASS MoCA
Natasha Bowdoin: Maneater @ MASS MoCA
Natasha Bowdoin: Maneater @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Houston, TX-based artist Natasha Bowdoin builds wall-works with words. In her largest-ever cut paper and collage installation, she investigates the intersections of the visual, the experiential, and the literary, treating language and nature as kindred phenomena.

Rachel Howard: Paintings of Violence @ MASS MoCA
Rachel Howard: Paintings of Violence @ MASS MoCA
Rachel Howard: Paintings of Violence (Why I am not a mere Christian) @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. In her first U.S. solo museum show, London-based painter Rachel Howard examines human cruelty; the work’s title references both C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity and Bertrand Russell’s “Why I am not a Christian,” texts which argue respectively for and against adherence to Christianity.

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