Posted inArts and Culture

Museum of Jersey City History Opens With “Frank Hague’s Jersey City: Yesterday and Today”

Over the years, this Jersey City property has supported Leni Lenape maze land, a private residence, a funeral parlor and municipal offices in the heart of Bergen Square where the Dutch established one of the first Colonial-era settlements in the New World. On Saturday, December 2, the 2-story structure at 298 Academy St. known as […]

Posted inVisual Arts

Keith Garcia’s Calm and Curious Trip Extended at Deep Space Through November

In Keith Garcia’s paintings, objects of desire are often very far away.  Stages in the distance tantalize with floodlights and hot color.   Lush hills are visible through the windows of sparsely decorated living rooms.  A warming fire beckons the viewer’s eye across vast expanses of icy water.  Perfectly round full moons hang, watchfully, in […]

Posted inVisual Arts

Novado Gallery Closes an Exemplary Season With an Accomplished Sculpture Show

On Morgan Street, the umbrellas are out.  In defiance of a long-running superstition, they’re open indoors.  Perhaps because nobody holds them, the pall of misfortune rests on no single set of shoulders.  Instead, these umbrellas and parasols are mounted on the wall.  The protection they bestow is general, and permanent.  They couldn’t be closed even […]

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