December Exhibitions at Rush Arts Gallery and Corridor Gallery

6-8pm 526 W 26th St, Suite 311, New York, NY

Please use Elevator located at 508 W 26th St

I Dreamed my People Were Calling but I Couldn’t Find my Way Home

Ino Nse Imeh, SOL’SAX, Margaret Rose Vendryes

African Diva
Margaret Rose Vendryes “Kifwebe Jody” 30 x 30 oil and collage on canvas

November 29th – January 25th 2013

Imeh, Sax, and Vendryes are within the great company of artists like Aaron Douglass, Elizabeth Catlett, and Thornton Dial, who have long established ways to re-envision a spiritual, emotional, and historical engagement with diaspora. These objects share a historical trajectory of an disinterest in being grounded in any one place. They can only point towards a consciousness of omni-location, a metaphysical space of geographic universality and cultural specificity.

-Jessica N. Bell

RUSH Arts Gallery is Going to MIAMI

Exhibiting at FOUNTAIN ART FAIR – Booth B-2

RUSH Arts Gallery is proud to be bringing the work of nine diverse artists to Fountain Miami 2012 including: Cey Adams, Trevor Brown, Jorge Cavelier, Jenne Glover, Johnny Mattei, Michael Mut, Arlene Rush, mahlOt Sansosa, and Alexandria Smith. These artist range in style in technique from collage arts, assemblage, photography, painting, and sculpture. More info coming Soon !

On View at CORRIDOR GALLERY  Nov. 18th – Jan. 5th 2013

A Tribute to Ellsworth Ausby
b. April 5th 1942 d. March 6th, 2011

curated by Danny Simmons

On View at CORRIDOR GALLERY Nov. 18th – Jan. 5th 2013
Clemenza Hawkins

Clemenza Hawkins,Another Wedding, collage mixed media. 11×14

The Legacy of Romare

Stephanie Anderson

Kimberly Becoat
Sadakisha Collier
Jenne Glover
Clymenza Hawkins
Mirlande Jean-Giles
Shani jamila
Chanel Kennebrew
Alexandria Smith

Curated by Danny Simmons

Gallery Hours
Rush Arts Gallery

Wed. – Sat. 12 – 6pm

526 W 26th St, Suite 311
New York, NY 10001

Corridor Gallery

Friday & Saturday 12-6pm
334 Grand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Rush Arts Gallery + Corridor Gallery are core programs of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, a 501 © 3 organization founded in 1995 by brothers Russell, Danny and Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons.  Rush Arts Gallery is dedicated to providing exhibition opportunities to an emerging artistic community and exposes disadvantaged urban youth to contemporary arts and culture through educational programming initiatives.

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