Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) presents a new exhibition, Chromatic Space, with an opening on Thursday, September 22 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Shirley Fiterman Art Center.
The exhibition is curated by Jonathan D. Lippincott and features artists from American Abstract Artists (AAA), a non-profit organization that has contributed to the development and acceptance of abstract art since its founding in 1936.
According to Lippincott, Chromatic Space “seeks to illuminate the ways that artists use color in their work to explore the possibilities of depth, motion, scale and atmosphere. Dialogues of translucence and opacity, movement and stasis, surface and depth are played out through the use of color in the work of different abstract artists.”
Art will be available for sale at the event, with proceeds benefiting the BMCC Foundation Scholarship Fund. For more information, call the Shirley Fiterman Art Center at (212) 776-6237.
The exhibition features the following current and past members of AAA, as well as invited guests:
Alice Adams, Steven Alexander, Martin Ball, Siri Berg, Emily Berger, Susan Bonfils, Power Boothe, Sharon Brant, Henry Brown, Marvin Brown, James O. Clark, Mark Dagley, Gabriele Evertz, Gail Gregg, James Gross, Lynne Harlow, Mara Held, Daniel G. Hill, Phillis Ideal, Julian Jackson, Roger Jorgensen, James Juszczyk, Cecily Kahn, Marthe Keller, Iona Kleinhaut, Irene Lawrence, Jane Logemann , Vincent Longo, David Mackenzie, Stephen Maine, Katinka Mann, Nancy Manter, Joanne Mattera, Creighton Michael, Manfred Mohr, Judith Murray, John Obuck, Jim Osman, Corey Postiglione, Lucio Pozzi, Raquel Rabinovich, Ce Roser, Irene Rousseau, Anne Russinof, Lorenza Sannai, Mary Schiliro, James Seawright & Mimi Garrard, Claire Seidl, Edward Shalala, Susan Smith, Robert Swain, Richard Timperio, Li Trincere, Kim Uchiyama, Lynn Umlauf, Clover Vail, Vera Vasek, Don Voisine, Merrill Wagner, Stephen Westfall, Jeanne Wilkinson, Mark Williams, Thornton Willis and Nola Zirin.
Clement Meadmore, Babe Shapiro and George Sugarman.
Ramon Alcolea, Ronald Bladen, Victoria Burge, Robert Murray and James Rosati.
The Shirley Fiterman Art Center, in partnership with the BMCC Foundation Board, a not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to raising funds for student scholarships, and ensuring the success of its students, who come from every borough of New York, and countries around the world, seeking better lives.