The show at Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis Hull Gallery at Hudson County Community College (71 Sip Avenue) features work by Roger Sayre, Doris Caçiolo, Sharon Lee De La Cruz, Allison Greene, Eun Young Choi, Stephanie Tichenor, and Mary Tooley Parker.
PATH Commuter Gallery: Serious Art Gallery or PR Exercise?
There’s no way to appreciate the art at the new Commuter Gallery if the space isn’t open when they claim it’ll be.
February 2022: State of the Arts
A new director at MANA, Art House and 14C move forward separately and smaller venues open.
Raisa Nosova shines in “Stripped” at PRIME Gallery
“Stripped” is a forceful group show that will be on view at the PRIME Gallery (351 Palisade Ave. between Franklin and Ferry) for the next three months.
“Signature” and Jonté Drew’s “Take A Breath” at ART150
Did Piet Mondrian ever tire of painting quadrilaterals in primary colors? What about Rothko; did he grow weary of those afterimage-like fields of melting pigment? I ask not to be cheeky, but to point out something odd about canonical artists. They tended to develop a signature style — a particular thing they did, over and […]
“Richard Isgard: A Solo Exhibition” at Outlander Gallery
The show, which is curated by the artist himself, has the quiet intensity of a stage play where the actors don’t raise their voices, but where every line signifies.
“Color Continues,” by M. Dreeland, at Hamilton Square Condominiums
Dreeland is a fine painter with a firm sense of balance, an eye for arresting hue, and a knack for knotty texture.
A Conversation About NFTs With Artist Scot J. Wittman
There were headlines: stories of NFTs sold for eye-popping sums, pushed by cryptocurrency hype men determined to stoke the fires of FOMO. Was this the future of art, or just another Internet-driven fad? Were we just going stir-crazy?
Anne Novado’s “Non-Linear,” at Novado Gallery
“Non-Linear,” a presentation of fifteen new pieces by Anne Novado herself. The show, which is up until January 22, is a particular treat for those of us who’ve seen Novado’s excellent paintings tucked away, modestly, on back walls of the gallery, and wished we could be immersed in her vision.
The 11 Best Art Shows Of 2021
The Jersey City Times’s art critic, Tris McCall, picks his eleven favorite exhibitions mounted in Jersey City in 2021.