Fever

Fever

A selected group Spanish artists participate in an exhibition that explores the different takes on climate change through thought-provoking and poetic interpretations.

LiC-A/The Plaxall Gallery presents Fever, an exhibition by a selected group of artists that explore the different takes on climate change/global warming through intriguing and poetic interpretations on the subject. Featuring painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation, along with informative quotes from world leaders, this exhibition brings awareness to an issue that affects us all.

Artists included are J.F. Bautista, Violet Baxter, Patricia Bouley, José Carlos Casado, Carol Crawford, Joseph De Leo, Everything Is Collective, Jean Foos, Orestes González, Jean-Marie Guyaux, Ivana Larrosa, Jim Lee, Guido Manuilo, Nancy Miller, Cristián Pietrapiana, Mary Pinto, James Seffers, Andrés Senra, Ruth Somalo, Sharon Taylor, Marjorie Van Cura, and Zelda Zinn.

About LIC-A

Long Island City Artists, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts advocacy organization founded in 1986 by artists in Long Island City. In October of 2016, Plaxall Inc., generously donated a 12,000 sq ft warehouse space to temporarily serve as a fine art gallery and performing arts venue with the intention of creating an exciting and vibrant fine arts community center. LiC-A presents monthly exhibitions, art classes, theatrical productions, dance and music performances and special events. LiC-A supports the community by providing space to the local PTA, Girl Scout troops, LaGuardia ESL classes, artists in need of work and performance space and much more.

Opening reception on September 8, from 7 pm to 10 pm.

  • Visual arts
  • New York
  • Thu, August 30 —
    Sun, September 30, 2018

Venue

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Plaxall Gallery, 5-46 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101

Admission

Free. Gallery hours: Thursday, from 6 pm to 10 pm; Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 5 pm

More information

Plaxall Gallery

Credits

Organized by LiC-A/The Plaxall Gallery. Curated by Franco Repetto and Ivana Larrosa. Coordinated by Cristian Pietrapiana

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