Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art

Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art Arcilesi | Homberg Fine Art (AHA) specializes in the work of New York City based emerging artists.
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Arcilesi | Homberg Fine Art (AHA) specializes in the work of artists who use their abilities to probe and challenge conventional artistic parameters, eliciting a multi-faceted commentary on contemporary life. AHA integrates works of mid-career and emerging New York-based artists. The works incorporate and combine genres such as pop culture imagery, naïve expressionism, realism, and spiritual alle

gory. The select roster of artists at Arcilesi | Homberg Fine Art (AHA) explore processes of nature and of the human spirit, sometimes incorporating a fantastical and humorous voice, with allusions to socio-political and psychological elements. Each artist’s work exists as its own unique incident – that is, as a testament to its ability to synthesize and transpose its commonality into a visual language. Arcilesi | Homberg Fine Art (AHA) experiments with new spaces by renting temporary venues, sometimes raw spaces, transforming them into a one-night only ‘pop-up’ art extravaganza. This allows us to feature our stable of artists in an unorthodox manner, giving the public an extraordinary experience in diverse locations. Gallery hours: Wednesday - Sunday 12pm - 6pm and by appointment.

111 Front Street, Suite 222, Brooklyn, NY 11201

212-810-7716 or 347-743-4132

Today’s view from AHA gallery.❄️ Whip out your warmest coats and come visit us!  sculpture in the window
01/19/2024

Today’s view from AHA gallery.❄️ Whip out your warmest coats and come visit us!

sculpture in the window

Jesse Scaturro  Palette, 2020Oil on canvas48 x 48”On View: January 11 - February 3, 2024Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturda...
01/18/2024

Jesse Scaturro
Palette, 2020
Oil on canvas
48 x 48”

On View: January 11 - February 3, 2024

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm - 6pm

AHA Fine Art is pleased to present , featuring work by Lynn Stein and Jesse Scaturro
The exhibit will be on view from January 11 - February 3, 2024 at AHA Fine Art, 175 10th Avenue.

Dirty Laundry references the act of sordid
private matters becoming public. The phrase conjures moments when and scenes are
exposed about someone. The work on view in this exhibition plays into the concept of unwilling
exposure: revelations, sometimes awkward and uncomfortable, about our true selves. Feelings of
vulnerability and honesty come to mind, along with an uneasy sense of no return to the world before
private became public.

Lynn Stein  Selfie, 2023Mixed media14 x 11”On View: January 11 - February 3, 2024Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm ...
01/18/2024

Lynn Stein
Selfie, 2023
Mixed media
14 x 11”

On View: January 11 - February 3, 2024

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm - 6pm

AHA Fine Art is pleased to present , featuring work by Lynn Stein and Jesse Scaturro

The exhibit will be on view from January 11 - February 3, 2024 AHA Fine Art, 175 10th Avenue.

Dirty Laundry references the act of sordid
private matters becoming public. The phrase conjures moments when private moments and scenes are
exposed about someone. The work on view in this exhibition plays into the concept of unwilling
exposure: revelations, sometimes awkward and uncomfortable, about our true selves. Feelings of
vulnerability and honesty come to mind, along with an uneasy sense of no return to the world before
private became public.

🥁 🥁 🥁 The Unveiling of paintings 🖼️ by Vincent Arcilesi featuring iconic     & lush landscapes of the   Upstate, NY!On V...
01/17/2024

🥁 🥁 🥁 The Unveiling of paintings 🖼️ by Vincent Arcilesi featuring iconic & lush landscapes of the Upstate, NY!

On View in Storefront Window: Thru Jan 31, 2024
Time: Day 🌞 & Night 🌙, 24 Round the clock ⏰
Address: 60 Hudson Street @ West Broadway, TriBeCa

Works on View:
“Woolworth Building, NYC” 1997
Oil on canvas
20 x 16”

“Statue of Liberty, (New York City)”,
Oil on canvas
12 x 16”

“Trees in Central Park, (New York City)”, 1983
oil on canvas
16 x 20”

“Warren Street View, (New York City)”, 1992
oil on canvas
20 x 16”

“Trees of Windham, (Catskills, New York)”, 1981
Oil on canvas
30 x 46”

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“Here, and Hereafter”, an exhibition featuring work by Viktoriya Basina  Nola Romano  Lydia Viscardi  With     music ins...
11/28/2023

“Here, and Hereafter”, an exhibition featuring work by
Viktoriya Basina
Nola Romano
Lydia Viscardi

With music installation by Boris Nazarov

Opening reception: Thursday Dec. 7th, 6-8pm.

On View: December 7th 2023 - January 6th 2024.

Location: AHA Fine Art, 175 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011.

The work in Here, and Hereafter touches on the current social climate, humanitarian discourse on themes including consumption, religion, warfare, life’s temptations, and the need for empathy in our toxic world. On view will be paintings and mixed media work  by Viktoria Basina, Nola Romano & Lydia Viscardi and a magical immersive music installation by Boris Nazarov. What better time than during the holidays to reflect and examine our own relationships with ourselves and others through visual imagery and sound.

It was wonderful to meet you .nyc Thank you for visiting  today, we are glad you loved the exhibition
11/16/2023

It was wonderful to meet you .nyc

Thank you for visiting today, we are glad you loved the exhibition

Akwasi Gyambibi  Evening Toil, 2019Pyrography & Painting, 35 x 24”On view now  😊☀️⭐️“Minutes, Hours, Moments: Time In Be...
11/16/2023

Akwasi Gyambibi
Evening Toil, 2019
Pyrography & Painting,
35 x 24”

On view now 😊☀️⭐️

“Minutes, Hours, Moments: Time In Between” featuring artwork by .tooley.parker (Mary Tooley Parker) and (Akwasi Gyambibi)

175 10th Ave between 20 & 21st st in Chelsea.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 12 pm - 6 pm

“Life is not measured by time. It is measured in moments.”- Armin Houman



Mary Tooley Parker .tooley.parker NOW series  #7 Joy, 2022Hooked Tapestry using hand dyed wool strips, 30 x 24”On view n...
11/16/2023

Mary Tooley Parker .tooley.parker
NOW series #7 Joy, 2022
Hooked Tapestry using hand dyed wool strips,
30 x 24”

On view now 🎉🤩🙏

“Minutes, Hours, Moments: Time In Between” featuring artwork by .tooley.parker (Mary Tooley Parker) and (Akwasi Gyambibi)

175 10th Ave between 20 & 21st st in Chelsea.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 12 pm - 6 pm

“Life is not measured by time. It is measured in moments.”- Armin Houman



This is a     you don’t want to miss  🖼🎉🐇 “White Rabbit” by  🐇🐇🐇🐇  to see it now!
11/15/2023

This is a you don’t want to miss 🖼🎉🐇

“White Rabbit” by 🐇🐇🐇🐇

to see it now!

Happy November everyone 🙏AHA Fine Art  are delighted to announce “Everyday Moments”, an exciting two person exhibition f...
11/02/2023

Happy November everyone 🙏

AHA Fine Art are delighted to announce “Everyday Moments”, an exciting two person exhibition featuring captivating artwork by Mary Tooley Parker .tooley.parker and Akwasi Gyambibi 🎉🎉🎉🎉

Join us for the opening reception Thursday November 9th 6-8pm

Location: 175 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011.

On view: Nov 9th - Dec 1st, 2023.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12-6pm

The   of   Works by VINCENT ARCILESI  (1932-2022)Closing Reception: Friday, October 27, 2023, 6-8pmExhibition extended t...
10/26/2023

The of

Works by VINCENT ARCILESI (1932-2022)

Closing Reception: Friday, October 27, 2023, 6-8pm

Exhibition extended through Saturday Nov 4, 2023

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12pm - 6pm

AHA Fine Art is pleased to present The Spirit of Color, an exhibition featuring recent and earlier paintings, drawings and prints by artist Vincent Arcilesi (1932-2022) selected by co-curators Francesca Arcilesi, Norma Homberg, and the AHA Fine Art staff. The exhibition remains on view from September 28th through October 29th, 2023, with an opening reception on Thursday, September 28th from 6pm to 9pm at 175 Tenth Avenue, Manhattan, New York.

Works in this exhibition demonstrate a clear consideration of bright and incandescent expressions of color. While exploring the tones in his landscapes and figurative work, Arcilesi transitions between sharp and contrasting light. The resulting range of shadows permeating works throughout the exhibition highlight his fascination with elements carefully within individual compositions, relying on a careful investigation of the interrelationship between anatomy, psychological expressions, and abstract forms. Arcilesi’s meticulous attention to detail and form affirm his observation of the emotional impact of careful arrangements of compositions, light, form, concept and expression for the viewer.

The   of    A solo exhibition featuring work by Vincent Arcilesi (1932 - 2022)  Join Us for the Closing Reception: Frida...
10/26/2023

The of

A solo exhibition featuring work by Vincent Arcilesi (1932 - 2022)


Join Us for the Closing Reception: Friday Oct. 27, 6-8pm

On view through Saturday Nov 4, 2023

AHA Fine Art, 175 10th Ave, NYC

Friday October 27th 6-8PM🔔You are invited to the the closing reception of Vincent Arcilesi’s  solo show in Chelsea. 🎃🍂🥂S...
10/25/2023

Friday October 27th 6-8PM🔔You are invited to the the closing reception of Vincent Arcilesi’s solo show in Chelsea. 🎃🍂🥂

Set your alarms!⏰

Don’t miss your opportunity to see Arcilesi’s captivating and lively artworks shown in our wonderful gallery space.

📍175 10th Avenue NYC

Email: [email protected]

We are honored to have two special friends of  and fellow artists visit  today. Thank you for stopping by  and  🙏🎉 🖼 Fea...
10/19/2023

We are honored to have two special friends of and fellow artists visit today.

Thank you for stopping by and 🙏🎉 🖼

Featured artwork:
Vincent Arcilesi
Trees of Windam, 1981,
Oil on canvas,
30 x 46”.

Arlene Rush's work will be on view   alongside artists Cecily Brown, Mickalene ThomasMarilyn Minter and other wonderful ...
10/17/2023

Arlene Rush's work will be on view
alongside artists Cecily Brown, Mickalene ThomasMarilyn Minter and other wonderful artists!

Opening night is tomorrow!
Wednesday Oct 18, 5-8 pm.

Lehman College Art Gallery
250 Bedford Park Boulevard West Bronx, NY 10468

Twins Cameo III and Twins Cameo IV  have direct Ingres references and period frames, which are a tie-in with the French 19th century that will be presented in the exhibition.

In the Twins Cameo series, I incorporate myself as male and female protagonists into photographs or paintings of art historical references that are set in cameo-like frames. Interjecting the male counterpart into a cameo-like frame denotes female beauty, commenting on historical ideas and present-day assumptions. The images are at once insightful and amusing, holding a mirror up to contemporary society, reflecting social, historical, and ontological questions.

*Don't forget to register on eventbrite and bring a photo id to get on to the campus.

Thank you Erica Baptiste  visiting  Booth F18 at Art on Paper today!  Erica Baptiste      Sept 7-10, 2023Booth F18Pier 3...
09/09/2023

Thank you Erica Baptiste visiting Booth F18 at Art on Paper today!

Erica Baptiste

Sept 7-10, 2023
Booth F18

Pier 36, 299 South St, NYC (basketball city)

Erica Baptiste is an American artist based in Brooklyn, NY who works with a variety of mediums including graphite, watercolor, gouache, chalk pastel, oil, and digital illustration.

Through her work Erica encourages viewers to see through the fabric of reality to what lives in between the seams. Her work is both psychologically and emotionally charged, exploring themes of anxiety, depression, loneliness and existentialism. Drawing inspiration from flora & fauna, each piece serves as a visual idiom and a catalyst for a dream.

 Arlene Rush’s appropriated and hand-sculpted gold metal-leaf works, presented on hand sewn, opulent velvet tasseled pil...
09/08/2023

Arlene Rush’s appropriated and hand-sculpted gold metal-leaf works, presented on hand sewn, opulent velvet tasseled pillows, appear to be made of real gold; however, upon closer inspection, they are revealed as trinkets possessing little material worth. The wealth of these objects, which include a miniature jet, an AK-47 rifle, and a supersized burger, among other items, lies not in their monetary value but in their conceptual significance, referencing urgent concerns of the world at large. The installation will feature sixteen sculptures at the center of the room, with each distinct artwork denoting different aspects of modern society's weakness for overindulgence, ranging from fast food and drugs to aircraft. On the surrounding red walls, twelve mixed-media collage boards, each covered with one-dollar bills, and glistening golden crystals with gold objects all engross the viewer’s perception. Visitors are lured by these materialistic sirens,
awaiting a phantom wake-up call that never arrives.

 are   for Art on Paper 2023!Select VIP PreviewThursday, September 7, 2023: 5—6pmExclusive Entry for Select VIPsOpening ...
08/30/2023

are for Art on Paper 2023!

Select VIP Preview
Thursday, September 7, 2023: 5—6pm
Exclusive Entry for Select VIPs

Opening Evening
Thursday, September 7, 2023: 6—9pm
Exclusive Entry for Fair Pass Holders & Select VIP

Public Hours
Friday, September 8, 2023: 11am—7pm
Saturday, September 9, 2023: 11am—7pm
Sunday, September 10, 2023: 11am—6pm

Location
Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan
299 South Street
New York, 10002

Address

175 10th Avenue
New York, NY
10011

Opening Hours

Tuesday 12pm - 6pm
Wednesday 12pm - 6pm
Thursday 12pm - 6pm
Friday 12pm - 6pm
Saturday 12pm - 6pm

Telephone

(212) 810-7716

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