Ward-Nasse Calendar of Exhibitions
Winter of 2010 back to the Fall of 1998
- November/December/January/February 2009/2010
- SUPER STUDIO SALE
Eight Weeks of great art prices to start the year with a bang in January and February 2010.
- BRAZILIAN ARTMOSPHERE
A group show curated by Carmen E. Pousada in December.
First International Collective of Amazonian Artists in November.
- 31st ARTEX New York
Group show from JCAA one week the first of November.
- August/September/October 2009
- OLAN: MOM AND POP
Opening Book Party for POP in August PARTY OF THE YEAR!!!
- BRAZILIAN ART
A group show from Sao Paulo in September.
- CONTEMPORY DIVERSITY
Group Sciacco artwork from Brazil in early October.
- PRECIOUS THINGS
Solo Show of Amanda Dolan's Paintings at the end of October.
- April/May/June 2009
- BRAZLIAN BEAT
A group show from Sao Paulo in April.
- ARTIST OF THE LIGHT
Roisin Fitzpatrick's Crystals and Light Show in in May.
- SUMMER SOLISTICE
Leda Maria and Friends and GiGI Turker Share the Front Room in June.
- January/February/March 2009
- HOLIDAY SHOW
Ward-Nasse Winter Show in January/February.
- HEART ATACK
Amanda Dolan: New Paintings in March.
- September/Octoberl/November/December 2008
- HARRY NASSE PRESENTS
Ward-Nasse Christmas Show in December.
- KATHERIN PERRY PRESENTS
Choas in November / early December.
Group show from Japan for one week in November.
- MAKI SAKESABE
New Japanese Ceramics In October.
- KATHERIN PERRY PRESENTS
Choas in September.
- June/July/Augest 2008
- SMALL GROUP SHOW
In the Front Gallery
- RICH GATTI
Horses in Motion in July.
- GIGI TURKER
Third show at our gallery for the 'Turkish Degas' in June.
- March/April/May 2008
- BRAZILIAN GROUP
Artist's from Brazil curated by Leda Maria in May.
- AMANDA DOLAN
New paintings from New York in April.
- SUNG HONG
First show at our gallery for this artist in March.
- December 2007/January/February 2008
- GEORGE PALI
First show at our gallery for this artist in February.
- THE YEAR ROUND SALON
Ward-Nasse Gallery artists show in the front gallery during January.
- JCAA followed by VICKI NIOLET
Group Show from Japan and Solo Show of sculpture made after Hurricane Katrina from Mississippi during December.
- September/October/November 2007
- GEEGORY KIRSCHENBAUM and ANDREW COTTON
Explorations in Oxidation
- RED AND BLUE: NEW CERAMICS
Maki Sakusabe is a world renowned ceramic artist from Japan showing in October.
- ON MULBURY STREET
This September Gabriele Perici showing new paintings of Little Italy as it was in his childhood.
- June/July/August 2007
- GIGI TURKER
We are pleased to have the 'Turkish Degas' with us again this August
- OLAN : IRONIC
The party of the year on Saturday July 7th !!!.
- COLORS OF BRAZIL
Artist's from Brazil curated by Leda Maria. Opening June 9th.
- March/April/May 2007
- "...NICE FRAME!"
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to announce "...NICE FRAME!"
Gary Aagaard's second one-person show at the gallery.
The 26th Artex in New York from Japan.
- FRANKFURT AM MAIN
New Paintings by Max Weinberg & Costa Bernstein from Germany.
- SHELBY HARRIS: LARGE PAINTINGS
This is west coast artist Shelby Harris's first exhibition at Ward-Nasse Gallery.
- November/December/February 2007
- AMANDA DOLAN: SHE'S A LADY
This is Amanda Dolan's first exhibition at Ward-Nasse Gallery.
- PATTI MOLLICA: URBAN IMPRESSIONS
This is Patti Mollica's second annual Holiday Exhibition at Ward-Nasse Gallery.
Enameling: Glass on Metal Art by artist Howard Eisman will be on display for one month.
- August/September/October 2006
- COLORS OF BRAZIL
A group show of Brazilian artists living and working in both Brazil and the USA. It is currated by artist Leda Maria.
- PIECE TO PEACE
One-person show of Gabriele Perici artworks. The exhibition will include new works reflecting surreal and symbolic images and their celebration of love, sensuality and the subconscious as a source of creativity.
- The 25th ARTEX NEW YORK
The Japan Contemporary Art Association(JCAA) was established in February 1984 by Masuo IKEDA,Toshimitsu IMAI,and Tomoyuki ONO its present president.
- CREATIONS OF THE UNBORN ARTIST
Antanas Adomaitis views the world as a strange, complicated and often hostile place.
- May/June/July 2006
- OLAN : METAMORPHOSIS
Olan's show will include mixed media works of such notables as Anne Hathaway, Courtney Love, Kelly Osbourne, RuPaul, Drag performer Lady Bunny.
- VISIONS OF MY WORLD #2
Gigi Turker was classically trained in Turkey at the Istanbul University of Fine Arts.
- THE COURSE OF A HORSE
Steve Lewis, artist and physician, author and scientist announces the release of his children's book: 'The Course of a Horse' It is a children's book, an art book and a parenting guide.
- February/March/April 2006
- SOMEWHERE IN TIME
Artist Carmen Labbe': the current body of acrylic and mixed media works created by the artist takes a journey through time experiencing ancient cultures, symbolism and shamanic mysticism.
- SILENT AUCTION
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to continue the Spring 2006 season with two exhibitions of Abandoned, Donated, and Ridiculously low-priced works which will be sold to the highest bidder.
- SOMEWHERE IN TIME
Sun Young Ahn is a Korean artist, currently studing at the Art Students League of New York. This is her first one-person show to be held at the Ward-Nasse Gallery
- November/December/January 2006
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to announce the fifth exhibition sponsored by the JCAA to be held at Ward-Nasse Gallery.
- URBAN IMPRESSIONS
Patti Mollica's realistic, and painterly views of Lower Manhattan, Midtown, and Soho show the visual talent of this award winning graphic artist.
- HOLIDAY FUN
Watson & Spierman enjoys the holiday spirit with an exhibit featuring Brad Nack and Julia Briggs.
- THE POP ART SHOW
John Bao's artwork expresses the revival in Pop Art.
- August/September/Octomber 2005
- RON D'AMICO & CARMELA MAROLDA
Ward-Nasse Gallery proudly presents the work of the painters Ron D'Amico and Carmela Marolda.
The current works also deal with prejudice and hate in today's world. The title, The God Made Me Show, is taken from a statement worn by a soulful woman: 'God Made Me Gay.'
The Italian born surrealist painter, Gabriele Perici, has been living and exhibiting in Italy, Brazil, France, as well as in the United States.
Ward Nasse Gallery is pleased to announce the Swiss painter Gobal. He is a winner of the Isabelle Roessler Serex Award.
- May/June/July 2005
- NO DOUBT, IT WILL CLASH WITH YOUR COUCH
Society of Illustrators Award winner, Gary Aagaard's first one-person show at the gallery.
- VISIONS OF MY WORLD
Gulgun (Gigi) Turker is considered by many to be the 'Turkish Degas' because of her elegant depiction of delicate female figures in motion.
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to announce the fourth exhibition sponsored by the JCAA to be held at Ward-Nasse Gallery. The second week of the show will be a one-person show of the artist Chikako Ito.
- February/March/April 2005
- RUSSELL CONNOR/ WHY BE BLUE
The New York Times wrote, "Magically, Connor whisks away the artifice of art history to forge some deeper connections, and makes us smile all the while." Why Be Blue? - his startling variations on Thomas Gainsborough's famous 'Blue Boy.'
- NOT SO SILENT AUCTION
We sell Abandoned, Donated, and Ridiculously low-priced works to the highest bidder.
- CITYSCAPES: LIFE FORMS IN MOTION
A solo exhibition of photographs and mixed media works of Steve Lewis.
- November/December/January 2005
- OLAN / FANTASTIC PLASTIC
Lastest works by this great artist.
- EYE OF THE CAMERA
With a masterful eye for color and composition the artists prove that it is the person, not the camera.
- CHUNGJA MOON
The second one-person exhibition of the Korean born painter Chungja Moon.
- August/September/October 2004
- BARBARA ARNER/ EXPRESSIONS IN CLAY
first solo exhibition at the gallery by this artist.
- CARMELA MAROLDA and CAROLYN TANN-STARR
new works of Ward-Nasse Gallery members Carmela Marolda and Carolyn Tann-Starr.
- SILENT AUCTION
an exhibition of Abadoned, Donated, and Ridiculously low-priced works of art.
- July 2 - 29, 2004
- The Japan Contemporary Art Association(JCAA)
The Japan Contemporary Art Association(JCAA) was established in February 1984 by Masuo IKEDA,Toshimitsu IMAI, and Tomoyuki ONO, the current president. The group will hold 4 one-week shows featuring Japanese artists, and Ward-Nasse participating artists.
- June 1 - 30, 2004
Ward-Nasse Gallery proudly presents the one-person show of the New York Times' featured artist Olan. Olan's work has appeared in many gallery and nightclub venues in the NYC area in recent months. As Boy George reportedly said, "To put it mildly, the man is on fire."
- March/April/May 2004
- RETURNING TO THE SPIRITS
the unique art of oil painter Ritch Gaiti.
- GIORDANO MACELLARI
Italian artist Giordano Macellarion and the exotic female form.
- MAKI SAKUSABE
new works by the Japanese ceramic artist Maki Sakusabe.
- February 7th - February 29th 2004
- FEMALE INVASION
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to present the first show of surrealistic works by its new member Gabriele Perici. The Italian born artist has been living and exhibiting in Italy, Brazil, France, as well as in the United States - New Orleans, Miami Beach and New York.
- January 9th - February 1st 2004
Opening Reception: Friday January 9th, 2004, from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
- River Fund Benifit 2004
Ward-Nasse Gallery organizes a fundraising benefit for the River Fund - New York. We believe that art plays a vital role in helping people with HIV/AIDS to look at situations positively as a way of getting through life, of not giving up.
- December 30th - January 5th 2004
Opening Reception: Tuesday, December 30th 2003, from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
- 19th ARTEX NEW YORK 2003
The Japan Contemporay Art Association(JCAA) was established in February 1984. The purpose of the association is to promote the work of contemporary artists in Japan and abroad to encourage interaction between contemporary artists from different nationalities. It seeks to promote cultural exchange and international understanding through paintings, photographs, and sculptures etc. JCAA has organised many axhibitions in Tokyo and Paris. It has also exhibited in New York, Venice, London and Barcelona... and it celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2003.
- December 4th - December 28th 2003
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 6th 2003, from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
- The Many Worlds of Bob Morgan
Ward-Nasse is pleased to announce"The Many Worlds of Bob Morgan", a one person show by painter Bob Morgan. He would love to share his world with you.
- June 1, 2002 - September 8, 2002
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 8th 2003, from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
- WEINER UCCI MINCHIN
Ward-Nasse is pleased to announce" Weiner-Ucci-Minchin", a three person show by these Boston artists. In a special precedent, the entire 2,500 square feet space of the gallery will be completely transformed for a site-specific installation, involving large-scale mixed media works. Short films on the artists by Cara Ashlee will be shown at the opening reception.
- October 4th - October 26th 2003
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 4th 2003, from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to continue the Fall 2003 art season with "Cornucopia", an exhibition of works by 50 artists, members of the New Jersey based organization SALUTE to Women in the Arts. This first group show is a many faceted and vibrant fall harvest of diverse styles and approaches.
- September 11, 2003 to September 27, 2003
Opening Reception: Thursday September 11, 2003 7 - 11 pm
- September 11th Memorial Exhibition
Ward-Nasse Gallery is pleased to open the Fall 2003 art season with
September 11th Memorial exhibition. The exhibition is a group show of artists, working with various media, all with themes of New York and American Pride, remembrance of the tragedy, and the aura that 9/11 has produced.
- July 12 ,2003 - August 02, 2003
Opening Reception: Saturday July 12 ,2003, 3 - 6 pm
- Surrealism Unbound
Surrealism Unbound: a collection of surrealist works by burgeoning artists from around the world. The diversity of the artists has produced an eclectic array of pieces that excite repressed fantasies and examine unconscious thoughts. The exhibition will focus on artworks reflecting surreal, symbolic and fantastic images and their celebration of love, sensuality, hidden desire, fears, and the subconscious as a source of creativity.
June 05 ,2003 - July 03, 2003
Opening Reception: Thursday June 05 ,2003, 6 - 9 pm
- Pop Music and Art
The exhibition will consist of paintings, photographs, sculptures, and video installations by 33 artists from the United States and Europe who have been influenced by pop music for subject matter as well as techniques and materials. The huge industrial space in which the Ward-Nasse Gallery is located in Chelsea provides a perfect environment to present the cutting-edge artworks. It also will feature an eventful opening reception with many performances which reflect how artists combine the two worlds - music and art. The event is sponsored by Campari and Jever.
- June 1, 2002 - September 8, 2002
Opening Reception: Saturday June 1, 2002 3pm until 8pm
- Salon 2002
Salon 2002 once again salutes artists from around the world. The Summer Salon opens with a party on Sat June 1st and runs until Sunday Sept 8th. As always we give artists a chance and the public a choice. The gallery will be filled with works of art from over 100 artists. The cost of the show is $150 for members.
- March 2, 2002 - May 25, 2002
Opening Reception: Saturday March 2, 2002 3pm until 8pm
This exibition is about starting anew with visual images that show your emotions, expressions, or impressions about anything new or anything changed in you, or those around you, or in the world around us. This city has been through so many changes in the last 6 months and we hope this exhibit reflects some of it.
- November 3, 2001 - February 23, 2002
Opening Reception: Saturday November 3, 2001 3pm until 8pm
- Art From The Heart
Our annual Holiday Show where the art buying public has a chance to purchace art of exceptionally fine value for the gift giving season. We encourage the artists to lower their prices, or submit work that is priced to sell for the holiday season. Curator: Harry Nasse.
- June 9, 2001 - October 15, 2001
Opening Reception: Saturday June 9, 2001 3pm until 8pm
- Summer Salon
Non-juried three month summer show. Each artist can exhibit one piece of work that can be changed during the show. Size of work is not to exceed 40" x 40" unless you speak to the gallery staff about exceptions. Curator: Harry Nasse
- March 1, 2001 - June 1, 2001
- Rites of Spring
The arrival of spring and the coming rebirth of the seasons is celebrated at Ward-Nasse gallery with our current show. Curator: Harry Nasse.
- Nov 1, 2000 - January 31, 2001
- Art From The Heart
Our annual Holiday Show where the art buying public has a chance to purchace art of exceptionally fine value for the gift giving season. Curator: Harry Nasse.
- May 29, 1999 - October 15, 2000
- The Year Round Salon 2000
Non-juried sixteen month show. Each artist can exhibit one piece of work that can be changed during the show. Curator: Harry Nasse.
- May 29, 1999 - June 27, 1999
- Life After Death
A small show in the back room where the theme is the next world. Art dealing with the concepts of faith concerning the hereafter, from Egyptian to Ecclisiastic, Native American to your local funeral parlor. Dedications in memory of the departed will be displayed. Curator: Penelope Josephides.
- April 23 - May 15, 1999
- Mother Revisited/Flowers to Mother
Mother Revisited is dedicated to all mothers and the love that we all feel or do not feel towards the lady to whom we all owe so much. The show will run through Mother's Day. The Flowers in the show are given to her. Curators: Ruth Blank, Nina Kovalenko; Kazuko Sumida.
- March 26 - April 17, 1999
- Sideshow/Metro Art
Side Show is a lavish delight of carnival pleasures and The Metro Art exhibition is filled with city-delights. Curators: Armani and Lucy Fox; Kazuko Sumida.
- February 26 - March 20, 1999
- The Internet Show
The purpose of this show is to showcase the artists of Ward-Nasse Gallery who have chosen to have their work available on-line via the World Wide Web. Curators: Mark Herdter and Geoffrey Homan.
- January 29 - February 20, 1999
- Landscape Escape
Let your mind escape to the landscape of your dreams or the reality of the physical world. Art from the seventh circle all the way to the purple mountain majesties. Curator: Penelope Josephides.
- December 4 - January 23, 1999
- Art From the Heart
A group show of artists whose work is on display over the holiday season and is priced under $300.00. This allows the art-buying public a chance to afford works of art that they otherwise may not find in today's art marketplace. Curator: Harry Nasse.
- November 6 - 28, 1998
Artworks that contain the element of surprise, shock, and or unexpected, serendipitous or unusual elements or themes in this or other worlds. Nonconventional work is expected. Curator: Isabel Dominguez.
- October 9 - 31, 1998
- Subterranean Voice
Works should explore the subconscious essence of Being, expressed through hidden voices buried beneath the outward characteristics of Self, thus exposing intrinsic rooms of subterranean thought, emotion and belief. Curator: Cynthia Hands.
- September 11 - October 3, 1998
- High Energy Abstraction
Non-objective works which exude dynamic energy through forceful manipulation of media, or exhuberance in the structure or combination of colors and materials. Curator: Gary Jurysta.
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