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8 - Diary of Time: Miriam Bloom, Inger Johanne Grytting, Charles Hinman, Ron Morosan, Nobuho Nagasawa, Don Porcaro, Danny Simmons, Alan Steele.
The exhibition surveys recent work by eight artists who look to time, past, present, and future in the creation of their artwork.
Westwood Gallery NYC was founded in 1995 in SoHo, and from inception has focused on international contemporary and historic artists, veteran New York artists, and rediscoveries of under-recognized estates. In 2016, the gallery moved into its current space at 262 Bowery, where the program expanded to incorporate exhibitions focusing on both internationally known and historically overlooked artists that have called New York City’s Bowery neighborhood their home. This exhibition is separated into two branches: Time Present and Time Past, the artists who create a diary of our present and the artists that look to the history of the past in influencing our future.
The title of the show, 8 - Diary of Time, has a dual meaning in referencing the gallery’s eight years on Bowery reflected as a diary of eight artists added to our gallery program in the last eight years.
Installation View, 8 - Diary of Time, Westwood Gallery NYC.
Photo by Westwood Gallery NYC.