Tuesday, May 3, 2016

"Spirits" Exhibitions at Gallery 66NY From May 6 - May 29

Sacred Poems by Carole Kunstadt take physical, material and intellectual inspiration from the Parish Psalmody, a Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Public Worship, published in 1844 and 1849.
NEW YORK---At Gallery 66NY this month, the exhibition(s) center on the theme "Spirits." Unifying the works of five stylistically disparate artists, this exhibition's common thread is tied together by the universal concept of "Spirit" be it through mood, memory, materials or its connection to the passage of time. The Spirits come alive in the ghostly shadows of Kaya Deckelbaum's wire sculptures, in the layered pages of Carole Kunstadt's Sacred Poems, in Marisa G. Silverstein's sculptures remembering the victims of gun violence, in Eric Camiel's metal remnants of the Manhattan skyline, and in the spirits that live in the materials used in Vida Sabbaghi's portraits. [More]