Photographers and Sculptors of Our Times
June 16 - July 2
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 16th
Art, Food and Wine: Thursday June 30th
PROVIDENCE R.I. / JUNE 2011: Please join us at Gallery Z on Thursday, June 16th, from 5 – 9 p.m. for an exhibition of photography and sculpture entitled “Photographers and Sculptors of Our Times” . The show will be on display from June 16 through July 2, 2011. There are 18 artists featured in this exhibition, including twelve photographers and six sculptors.
The photographers featured this exhibit include Sandor Bodo b.1953, Stephan Brigidi b.1951, William Daby b.1938, Virginia Delgado b.1969, John Hames b.1950, Valerie Kitchin b.1983, Salvatore Mancini b.1947, Angelo Marinosci Jr. b.1947, Ian Mohon b.1975, Robert W. Peabody III b.1953, Howard Rubenstein b. 1942 and Howard Schulman. The Sculptors include George Apotsos b.1961, Chris Gasparian b.1982, Tiffany Milne b.1981, Robert Rustermier b.1957, Valorie Sheehan b.1953, and Jose Luis Yamanuque b.1951.
This show, Gallery Z’s 104th exhibition, will feature works of artists that have been active in creating art from 5 to 50 years.
This “Petite Boutique” and short exhibit will be hung in a salon style hanging, with emphasis put on the interactive energies of photographs and sculptures working together composing of different styles, mediums and forms.
Also, on the last Thursday of each month, the participating Public Art Window organization at Gallery Z hosts a fundraising event to elevate public consciousness for their cause. On Thursday, June 30th, from 5-7 pm, (Gallery Z’s Art, Food & Wine Creating Awareness for a Cause) Gallery Z will partner with Marriage Equality Rhode Island http://www.marriageequalityri.org/. This event will feature cuisine provided by a Providence restaurant and world-class hand selected wine provided by Mark Gasbarro of Gasbarro’s Wines located at 361 Atwells Ave. on Historic Federal Hill.
Located on Historic Federal Hill in Providence, Gallery Z provides the Rhode Island community with an eclectic collection of art by Armenian, local, national, and international artists from the 20th century to the present. Since its inception in 2001 by photographer Bérge Ara Zobian, Gallery Z has been spearheading efforts to connect the public with the growing arts community. The gallery’s public art window was created in the same spirit, geared towards raising awareness of issues of importance to those in our community. Gallery Z is a member of Gallery Night, Providence, and holds opening receptions on the third Thursday of each month. Gallery Z offers an intimate setting that attracts a diverse clientele and provides a center for experiencing fine art in a historic neighborhood in Providence.