• web-Nadia Haji Omar- Ascension September 2019–January 2020

Nadia Haji Omar: Ascension


Nadia Haji Omar: Ascension Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery & Marité And Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery I September 2019–January 2020 Nadia Haji Omar, ٣ (detail), 2019, Acrylic and dye on canvas, 20×20 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and Kristen

Nadia Haji Omar: Ascension2021-06-09T18:22:30+00:00
  • Cropped image from Painted Threads

Painted Threads


Painted Threads Main Gallery September 2019–January 2020 Desire Moheb-Zandi, Maze, 2019, Paper, cotton, silk, linen, roving wool, wire, polyfil, nylon, rope, wood, paint, and cord, 90 x 41 x 11 inches. Courtesy of the artist. Painted Threads explores the intersection

Painted Threads2023-05-16T17:37:51+00:00
  • web-Michael Nicholas Paras- Shooting Hoops February 22–June 16

Michael Nicholas Paras: Shooting Hoops


Michael Nicholas Paras: Shooting Hoops Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery I February 22–June 16 Michael Nicholas Paras Moses Malone, Basketball Hall of Famer, Petersburg, VA, 2005 Archival pigment print Edition 1 of 15 20 x 24 in. Courtesy of

Michael Nicholas Paras: Shooting Hoops2021-06-09T18:24:06+00:00
  • web-Stair-gazing- Anonda Bell February 22–June 16

Stair-gazing: Anonda Bell


Stair-gazing: Anonda Bell Main Staircase February 22–June 16 Anonda Bell Reproduction (Detail) from the series “The Suburbs at 4 a.m.” 2018 Acrylic, enamel, watercolor, ink on cut paper Dimensions variable Courtesy of the artist Anonda Bell’s site-specific wall installation

Stair-gazing: Anonda Bell2021-06-09T18:25:51+00:00
  • web-Interior Monologues February 22–June 16

Interior Monologues


Interior Monologues Main Gallery February 22–June 16 Susan Leopold Attic, 2016 Mixed media lightbox 17 x 15 x 10 inches Courtesy of the artist and Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NY This group exhibition explores the real, imagined, or implied narratives connected

Interior Monologues2021-05-28T21:01:53+00:00
  • web-Simon Dinnerstein- Revisiting The Fulbright Triptych February 22–June 16

Simon Dinnerstein: Revisiting the Fulbright Triptych


Simon Dinnerstein: Revisiting The Fulbright Triptych Mitzi & Warren Eisenberg Gallery February 22–June 16 Simon Dinnerstein The Fulbright Triptych, 1971–74 Oil on wood panels Palmer Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania State University, Purchased with funds provided by the Friends of

Simon Dinnerstein: Revisiting the Fulbright Triptych2021-08-06T13:00:51+00:00
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