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Times Union | Best Of 2019: Arts & Entertainment
Best art gallery The museum older than the Louvre — known for its mummies and its Hudson River School paintings, as well as temporary exhibits — returns to the top spot after a year as runner up. The remaining slots are filled by art institutions in Albany and the Berkshires. 1) Albany Institute of History and Art 2) The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass.. 3) MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 4) Albany Center Gallery Tags: Press CoverageRead More ›
Hudson Valley 360 | Senior selected to participate in Juried Art Exhibition
Four Pillars by Kailie Nolan. Nolan, a senior at Cairo-Durham High School, was selected to participate in the 20th Annual High School Regional Juried Art Exhibition this spring. More than 500 entries were submitted from 24 school districts and Nolan’s painting ‘Four Pillars’ (pictured) was one of 107 works selected for display. The exhibit opens to the public on April 5 at the Albany Center Gallery, 488 Broadway, Albany and runs through May 3. Tags: Press CoverageRead More ›
What's on display at museums and galleries
GALLERIES Albany Center Gallery, 488 Broadway No. 107, Rensselaer. Mohawk Hudson Regional Invitational. http://albanycentergallery.org. A rotating, juried exhibition that highlights the work of the best visual artists in the region. It will feature the work of regional artists Amy Cheng, Susan Meyer, Karin Schaefer and Amelia Toelke. Ends Saturday. Tags: Press CoverageRead More ›
Daily Gazette | On Exhibit: Up close, but personal?
On Exhibit: Up close, but personal? Mark McCarty's images featured in "Then & Now" Written by Indiana Nash | September 20, 2018 The latest show to open at the Albany Center Gallery is both intimate and intense, bringing together a selection of photographs by Mark McCarty from his series “Cara Mia.” Tags: Press CoverageRead More ›
Times Union | Albany Parking Authority announces 8th mural: "Love Goes On"
Albany Parking Authority announces 8th mural: "Love Goes On" British artist Nick Walker's character Vandal comes to Capital City By Lynda Edwards, posted to Times Union on Monday, September 10, 2018 ALBANY — British artist Nick Walker, who credits New York's wildly creative 1980's graffiti taggers as a major influence, was commissioned to paint a new mural for Albany and did so over the weekend. Tags: Press CoverageRead More ›