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An Art Diary and Photoblog by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 09/15/15--09:50: Article 0
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    Invitation for upcoming Berlin exhibition and recent images from the studio of Liv Mette Larsen

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  • 09/28/15--06:02: Article 6
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    from the press release:

    College of Saint Elizabeth Opens Art Show 
    Histories: Figuring It Out

    On Thursday, September 13,  the College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown, NJ,  opened its 29th show at the Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery in Annunciation Center. Histories: Figuring It Out, displays the work of eight different artists whose drawings, paintings, photo-montages, mixed media sculptures and installations, reveal many different ways contemporary artists convey the human figure and face to realize and reveal a personality or story. 

    Virginia Fabbri Butera, PhD, Director of the Maloney Art Gallery curated the show. She notes that, "For centuries, history painting was considered the most important subject matterfor western-trained artists. They would paint interpretive scenes from ancient history, mythology or the Bible to convey searing truths about all aspects of the human experience. Now artists often focus on bits and pieces of figurative incidents to convey meaning and message. The works, which range from traditional imagery and realistic paintings to elaborate assemblages of found objects, give the viewer a cross-section of artistic practice today."

    Artists include Sir James Adkins (Bedminster, NJ), David Fertig (Pemberton, NJ), Ronald Gonzalez (Johnson City, NY),  Cavin Jones (Philadelphia, PA), Mel Leipzig (Trenton, NJ), Kathleen MacKenzie (Tillson,NY), Giuseppe Munafo (Paramus, NJ), Mansa K. Mussa (West Orange, NJ).

    The Gallery is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 2:00 – 6:00 pm and by appointment. For more information, please visit the Gallery website at

    Image, Kathleen MacKenzie, A Significant Detail, 2011, Acrylic on 4 wood panels, 6 x 30 inches

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  • 09/28/15--09:24: Article 5

  • Matters of the Jugular

    An installation by Gwendolyn Charlene Skaggs with:
    Christy Singleton
    Vincent Como
    Erika Keck
    Douglas Goldberg
    Andrew Wilhelm
    Doug Young
    Jacqueline Lou Skaggs
    David B Frye
    Albert Weaver
    Art Guerra
    Willie Gregory

    And a poem by Todd Matus

    Opening reception: September 26, 6-8pm
    Hours: Saturday & Sunday 12-5pm

    449 Troutman Street #3-5
    Brooklyn, NY 

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 09/30/15--17:51: Article 4
  • Meg Atkinson, left, Robin Feld right

    The Art Project
    12 Floors of Galleries at The Art House
    148 First Street and
    The Art Project Gallery at 109 Columbus

    Saturday and Sunday October 3-4, 12-6pm
    Artists- Yoav Menachem, Meg Atkinson, Steven Singer, Eileen Ferara, Molly Herman, Kathy Cantwell, Larry Dell, Robin Feld, Marianne DeAngelis, TJ Morhouse, Jane R. Dell, William Stamos, Heidi Curko, Robert Koch in Lobby.

    Visit the Gallery at 109 Columbus
    for this exciting exhibition of inventive Color Photography works by Roger W. Sayre and Geoffrey Sokol with Yoav Menachem.

    Curated by James Pustorino -Victory Hall Inc.

    Images courtesy of the artists

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  • 10/01/15--07:30: Article 3

  • Solo Exhibition by 

    October 5 – October 20, 2015
    Weds-Sats 12-6pm 

    1351 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY 

    Freakish cardboard drones hover above a community of two dimensional innocents and protagonists, gathering intel as fodder for the hungry 24 hour news frenzy, the government and special interest groups. You, the visitor, complete the ambiguous narrative. 

    This work is intended to raise questions about drones, war, the media and public privacy. 

     Twenty 3D suspended drones 
     A dozen floor sculptures of citizens, police, dogs, cars, a church and other standing plaster and cardboard works. 
    Paintings, Scented Baby Drone Art Fresheners, Decals and More! 

    For more details visit

     This project is supported in part by a space grant from chashama.

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  • 10/05/15--18:49: Article 2

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  • 10/12/15--08:31: Article 1

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    Artist Nicola Ginzel right

    detail from the work above

    New installation piece by Nicola Ginzel

    My Bed is Made of Atoms 
    a solo-exhibition by Nicola Ginzel

    October 10 – November 8
    Opening reception:
    Saturday October 10, 7-10pm

    Cathouse FUNeral 
    260 Richardson Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11222

    all photographs by Vincent Romaniello
    except second from the top, courtesy of Cathouse Funeral
    and the last image courtesy of the artist

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  • 10/12/15--10:07: Article 0

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    October 5 -  October  16


    Curated by: Andrea Canzano

    The City College of New York
    Compton Goethals Hall Gallery
    160 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 10/14/15--05:39: Article 2

    Criminal Core in the Republican Party

    October 28 through November 25
    Opening Reception: October 28, 6-9pm
    Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, noon-6pm

    238 East 24 Street (near 2nd Ave)
    New York, NY 10010

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  • 10/14/15--05:45: Article 1

  • Liz Atz
    “Radiator PART 2: Gamma”

    October 14 – November 1
    Reception: October 14, 6-9pm

    R.Jampol Projects
    191 Henry Street
    New York, New York 10002

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  • 10/31/15--12:14: Article 2

  • Frances Donnelly Wolf
    Recent Works

    November 6 - December 1
    Artist's Reception
    Friday, November 6, 5:30-9pm

    Marketview Arts Gallery
    37 West Philadelphia Street
    York, PA 17401

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  • 11/05/15--05:46: Article 1

  • reCreate Featured Artist
    Anthony C and Karen M

    Reception: First Friday, November 6, 4-6pm
    Installation in gallery throughout November

    Language and Image through Stencil Making
    Sunday, November 8, 12-3pm
    $5 participation fee + cost of chosen making materials
    space is limited, please RSVP
    the resource exchange
    1701 North 2nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA  19122

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  • 11/11/15--06:15: Article 0

  • Urban Juxtapositions
    Liv Mette Larsen and Carol Salmanson

    November 20 – January 10
    Reception: November 20, 6-8pm

    Slag Contemporary 
    81 Grand Street
    Williamsburg, NY 11249

    Top, Liv Mette Larson, above, Carol Salmanson. Images courtesy of Slag Gallery

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  • 11/24/15--06:46: Article 0

  • Ulterior Motif

    November 24 – December 19, 2015
    Reception: Thursday, December 3, 6-8pm

    Artists include: Linda Daniels, Anoka Faruqee, Hermine Ford, David Fratkin, Glenn Goldberg, Elisabeth Kley, Cal Lane, Jill Levine, Susan Mastrangelo, Colin Thomson, Susan Wanklyn, Max Warsh and Jessica Weiss. Curated by Naomi Cohn.

    The Painting Center
    547 West 27th Street, Suite 500
    New York, NY, 10001

    Above, Susan Wanklyn, Trio, 2012, 40x30 inches, casein on wood panel

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  • 12/08/15--10:28: Article 0

  • Shows to see this month: Black Chronicles II at The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery, Harvard University (closes 12/11), Jennie C. Jones: Compilation at Contemporary Art Museum Houston (opens 12/12), Gordon Parks: The Making of an Argument at The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College (closes 12/13), Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men at The Drawing Center (closes 12/20)

    Works on view and tour our galleries for free every Sunday.

    The Studio Museum in Harlem
    144 West 125th Street
    New York, NY 10027

    photo courtesy of The Studio Museum in Harlem

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  • 12/12/15--08:40: Article 0

  • Detail

    Lori Ellison

    December 11, 2015 - January 31, 2016

    McKenzie Fine Art
    55 Orchard Street
    New York, NY 10002

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 01/10/16--16:41: Article 0
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    Thru the Rabbit Hole
    January 9 - March 20, 2016

    Sideshow Gallery
    319 Bedford Avenue
    Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11221

    Life on Mars
    56 Bogart Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11206

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 01/26/16--06:54: Article 2
  • For those of you who ask about where you can see my work the following exhibitions are either up now or will be soon. Thank you to those who have included my work in your exhibit and thanks to all of my friends and supporters!

    Postcards from the Edge
    Friday January 29, Preview at 5pm
    Benefit Sale: January 30 from 10am - 6pm
    January 30 from 12 noon - 4pm
    Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
    530 W 22nd St, New York, New York

    Black Lives Matter
    curated by Frances Jones-Sneed & Melanie Mowinski
    February 4 – 28
    Opening Reception: February 4th 5-7pm
    Gallery 51
    Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
    51 Main Street North Adams, MA

    BronxArtSpace; Speak Out
    Through February 20
    305 E 140th Street 1A, Bronx, New York

    Through the Rabbit Hole
    January 9 – March 20
    Sideshow Gallery319 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, New York

    Above (currently at The Sideshow Gallery), Basquiat Meets della Francesca, transfers, acrylic, oils on found pegboard, 15x9.75 inches (irregular) by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 01/26/16--09:28: 56 Bogart, Brooklyn, NY

  • All The Walls by Frank Zadlo
    January 8 – February 14
    Victori + Mo
    56 Bogart Street Brooklyn, NY

    Memory, Perception and Other Forms of Misdirection 
    Bennett Wine 
    January 8 – February 7 
    Slag Gallery 
    56 Bogart Brooklyn, NY

    Thru the Rabbit Hole
    Life on Mars
    January 8 – January 31, 2016
    56 Bogart Street
    Brooklyn, NY

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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  • 01/30/16--08:08: Article 0

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    Strange Abstraction 

    January 21 - February 20

    Featuring Lisa Beck, Michael Berryhill, Steve DiBenedetto, Michelle Grabner, Joanne Greenbaum, Xylor Jane, Jonathan Lasker, Chris Martin, Nancy Shaver, Arlene Shechet, Cary Smith, Dan Walsh, B. Wurtz

    Fredericks & Freiser Gallery
    536 W 24th Street
    New York, NY 10011

    photographs by Vincent Romaniello

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