Provincetown Art Heads to New York City

Posted on Mar 7, 2012

Provincetown art heads to New York City – from the Provincetown Banner

Provincetown hits New York City next week, with a sampling of local art on display in trendy Tribeca. The exhibit is courtesy of curators Tina Trudel and Dorothy Palanza of ArtCurrent at 53 Bradford St. in Provincetown. Trudel and Palanza invited the Schoolhouse Gallery and Gallery Ehva, longtime art establishments in Provincetown, to present work along with ArtCurrent in its brand-new second home at 373 Broadway in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood from March 10 through April 8.

For the exhibit, Art

“Time Traveller” by Clark Derbes

Current will feature the work of Flint Butera, James Hall and Nathalie Miebach in a show titled “Convergence: Art and Science.” In the same show, the Schoolhouse Gallery presents “The Architectural Prism,” an exhibition of work from Adam Davies, Clark Derbes, Mike Carroll, Leslie Murray and Michelle Weinberg that explores the principles of articulation in architecture. Gallery Ehva is featuring “Make,” with art by Alicia Henry, Richard Smith, René Lamadrid, Irén Handschuh, Bill Liebeskind, Nathalie Ferrier, Lisa Ventre and Didier Corallo. All of them tell contemporary stories using glass, metal, wood, paper and fabric…

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