X Gallery of Harlem proudly celebrates Black History Month this February 2018 with a group show; highlighting the talents of our eclectic group of talented artists. The exhibition will remain on view until the end of March.
Inside the beautiful
in the burgeoning neighborhood of Harlem beckons viewers to stop and appreciate the compelling art and photography.(118th Street) The X Gallery window display on Lenox Avenue space multimedia works have been curated by photographer/artist, Lisa DuBois who creates an aura of diverse artistic beauty in the space with Afrocentric sculptures, paintings, and assemblage.
Otto Neals; a true master of the Arts, is the featured artist of the month.
Please join us for an interesting talk,
With special guests Rev. Richard Honeywell
and a rare look at part of the private collection of
Gene Alexander Peters
When: ONE DAY only special Talk and rare artifacts display and talk on
Thursday, December 14th, 2017 at 6 pm.
Artwork & Photos will remain after the exhibition
Where: X Gallery -163 Malcolm X Boulevard
Talk: by Reverend Richard Honeywell & Gene Alexander Peters
Display: Rare African American Historic artifacts from the Gene Alexander Peters collection.
Artwork: by Dudley Vacciana, Robert Daniels, Noel Donaldson, and Ademola Olugebefola
Sculpture: Otto Neals www.ottoneals.com
Curator - Lisa DuBois
Rev. Richard Honeywell, Associate Minister at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church and founder of African Journeys, will share insights on slavery from various travel experiences including the commonalities of sacred water traditions in our Diaspora
Gene Alexander Peters
Gene Alexander Peters is a cultural historian, educational consultant, and noted collector.
Gene designs and curates exhibitions and historical displays that visually and physically document the history of the African American experience in the Americas. Several of his collection artifacts have been featured at numerous landmark institutions and museums, including the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, NY and the Smithsonian Museum-Anacostia
in Washington, D.C.
Participating X Gallery Artists
Papa Gora Tall
Samuel Kaplan - New York painter
Kwame Brathwaite - photographer
The gallery is open for viewing on Thursday-Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1 to 6 pm.
To arrange for a private showing text Lisa at 718 504 577 1268
for questions please contact us at [email protected]