February 21 - March 12, 2024
GENERATIONS: Street Art to Classical Masters
Keion Kopper, Emma Hapner, Michael Sadowsky, Maxine Hoover, Marina Chisty, Rachel Van der Nacht, Rifka Milder, Arnold Brooks, Reid Stowe, Don Perlis and Sheila Schwid.
Curated by MAXINE HOOVER
Wednesday, February 21
The show unfolds a captivating narrative that spans the spectrum of artistic evolution. From a 26-year-old emerging artist Keion Kopper, whose career launched after being discovered amidst the New York City street scene by blue chip collectors, resulting in a feature at David Zwirner shortly after; to 91-year-old painter Sheila Schwid who has gracefully honed her practice over her lifetime, exhibiting her work since the early 1960's. The exhibition explores the intersections of age, experience, and the artists journey.
Maxine Hoover, the artistic visionary behind the exhibition, expresses her excitement for the diverse showcase: "'Generations' is an homage to the vast spectrum of artistic talent of New York City. From the raw creativity of emerging artists to the seasoned mastery of those who have dedicated a lifetime to their practice, this exhibition celebrates the continuum of artistic expression at every stage."
2024 CHAMBER LUNCH Series
Join us twice a month for a new lunchtime concert series that's open to the public . Bring your lunch and relish in the captivating performances by talented NYC musicians in the realm of classical music. After the concert enjoy a tour of our current exhibition.
Location: The atrium at 180 Maiden lane
2024 Concert Dates:
WEDNESDAY , February 14th
Artistic Directors: Ronni Anderson and Tamar Sagiv
Tamar Sagiv recently made her debut as a solo cellist and a composer in Carnegie Hall, playing her own composition, ‘Roots’ for solo cello. She is currently studying at the Mannes School of Music in NYC with Prof. Matt Haimovitz.