Event Listing

Sunday, May 5 through Tuesday, May 5, 2020
All Day

3 Beekman Street, Beacon

A pioneer of the Mono-ha movement in Japan, Lee Ufan developed a sculptural practice in the 1960s that explored the tension between natural and man-made materials and the dialogue between object and space. In 1972 he changed the titles of the works that he had made up to that point to Relatum, referring to a concept in Heideggerian philosophy, which conveyed the artist’s interest in contingent circumstances. Read more...

The exhibition at Dia:Beacon, resulting from close collaboration with the artist, will showcase Dia’s 2017 acquisition of three sculptural works by Lee – Relatum (formerly System, 1969), Relatum (formerly Language, 1971), and Relatum (1974)—alongside several important loans.

Lee Ufan, Relatum (Iron Field), 1969/1994/2008, installation view, Art Basel Unlimited 2018. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris. Photo Dawn Blackman, courtesy Pace Gallery

Gallery displays rotate regularly. For more information, visit diaart.org. 

Saturday, August 31 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
All Day

Saunders Farm
853 Old Albany Post Road, Garrison

Experimental art is encouraged. The result of combining art with animals, however, is hard to predict. It never creates repetition, only surprises and discoveries of how the two interact with each other. The cows have been great critics of the sculptures each year, having favorites and some that they serenade. On View through October 27 | Free to the Public

Saturday, September 14 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
5:00pm - 8:00pm

No. 3 Reading Room & Photo Book Works
469 Main Street, Beacon

On view in the Reading Room are 18 works on paper selected from the larger body of work by Mariam Aziza Stephan. Small, intimate 6 x 18” drawings; India ink on paper, but paper that has been cut open and reassembled with additions and deletions, like the sacrifice zones they represent. Each poem by Julia Johnson is numbered to accompany its corresponding image. Of her project, the artist Mariam Aziza Stephan states: “This work is about loss. The drawings serve as mediations and records of both places and states that either no longer exist or are in the process of disappearing. These constructed landscapes piece together fragmented scenes of conflict, abandonment and disarray and attempt to link ecological and psychological upheaval.” Also on display and available for reading are books that have informed or relate to the artist’s and poet’s work. Novels, photobooks, poetry and essays on the notion of place and displacement are featured. Ongoing through October 27th.

Saturday, September 21 through Sunday, November 10, 2019
5:00pm - 7:00pm

Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison

Garrison Art Center is delighted to announce, Method for Proceeding, a solo sculpture installation by Henry Klimowicz. This will be Klimowicz’s first time showing in the Riverside Galleries of Garrison Art Center, and as our 2019 Visiting Artist, he will be filling both galleries with work, as well as conducting a hands-on workshop for children and adults on November 2. The exhibition will be on view from September 21 through November 10 with an opening reception on Saturday, September 21, from 5-7pm.

Thursday, September 26 through Monday, December 30, 2019
All Day

Wilensky Gallery
173 10th Avenue
New York, New York 10011

If art is an expression of beauty, then the exquisite minerals at the Wilensky gallery are the highest form of aesthetic that nature has to offer. This fall, set in their Chelsea gallery, Wilensky will exhibit the greatest collection of emerald mineral specimens ever assembled. This breathtaking exhibition will embrace the undeniable transformative power that emeralds hold on the human imagination. Read more...

This exhibition is focused on natural emeralds, as found and preserved in specimen and crystal form. By bringing together many of the world’s finest known examples of natural emerald specimens, we can better understand all emerald specimens. Important emerald stones and jewelry can be found in every gem collection around the world.

The significance of having half of the world’s finest known emerald specimens all in one place cannot be overstated. This has never happened in the history of mineral collecting. Wilensky invites the viewer to experience wonder. (more info)

Tuesday, October 1 through Friday, November 1, 2019
All Day

Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main Street, Beacon

It’s here! Time to sign up for: Make Your Own Holiday Ornament at our glassblowing studio on Main Street, Beacon, NY beginning Friday, November 1, 2019. Sessions are $40 and last about 15 minutes. You may also have your ornament engraved for $3.

Sign up online starting October 1 @ 8am. For appointments in November, December, and January.

Friday, October 4 through Sunday, November 10, 2019
All Day

Catalyst Gallery
137 Main Street, Beacon

7th annual Catalyst Small Works Show (Dec 7, 2019- Jan 12, 2020)
Submit by Nov 10. Max size 16″. Entry fee.
Full guidelines at catalystgallery.com

Saturday, October 5 through Monday, October 5, 2020
All Day

3 Beekman Street, Beacon

Opens October 5, 2019, ongoing.

Since 1962, Marian Zazeela has worked with her long-time collaborator, La Monte Young, on large-scale installations in sound and light. Though Zazeela’s sculptures and light design have become well known, her works on paper have remained decidedly less so. Dia will present approximately 30 works on paper dating from 1962 to 1990 (with the majority from the 1960s and 1970s), which showcase the range of materials and motifs that stem from the artist’s deep interest in calligraphy and ornamental forms.

Saturday, October 5 through Monday, October 28, 2019
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

The Howland Cultural Center, Beacon’s unparalleled arts and entertainment venue, is is pleased to present RE:NATURE…An Environmentally-Conscious Art Exhibit featuring new works in drawing, painting, photography and sculpture that celebrate nature and art. The exhibit features works by four artists: Alexis Siroc, Marjorie Morrow, Gail Tuchman and Naomi Teppich–an eco printer, painter, photographer, and sculptor, respectively–who have been inspired by the unique beauty of nature and the need to preserve and protect Mother Earth. Read more...

The opening reception is on Saturday, October 5th, from 2:30 to 4:30. The public is cordially invited to attend and meet the artists. The exhibit will run from Saturday, October 5th to Monday, October 28th. The Gallery days and hours are: Friday to Monday, 1:00-5:00.

Please note: The Gallery will be closed on Sunday, October 6th for a concert by the Charley Kracey Quintet at 3:00.

For additional information: information@howlandculturalcenter.org or 845.831.4988. (more info at Facebook)

Saturday, October 5 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
4:00pm - 8:00pm

Catalyst Gallery
137 Main Street, Beacon

Subverting digital technology to the point of invisibility. Weaving environmental referents through often subtly surreal compositions, while avoiding the distraction of technique.. The gallery will be open Fridays 4-8 pm, Saturdays and Sundays 2-6 pm. Open Second Sat, October 8, 2-9 pm, and by appointment. Through October 27.

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