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"We invite you to witness how people, for the most part, maneuver these life interruptions with strength, humor, and dignity."

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AnteMag.com on 'Drink Me, Taste Me' at The Plaxall Gallery:


Drink Me, Taste Me – An Exhibition of Curious Things acts both as narrative and dream sequence: offering an entry point to the woman artist’s experience, or denying a firm narrative by traipsing down a wonderland of nonsensical occurrences..."

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Melting Point on 'Inexcusable' at The Plaxall Gallery:

"Cristian Pietrapiana is losing patience.

You tell from the work. Around the Plaxall Gallery on 46th Avenue in Long Island City hang pages of newspapers furiously scrolled on with paint, pastel and pen. Feverish lines encircle headlines and rippled down and across columns of newsprint..." 

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ArtBreakOut on LIC-A's exhibition, 'Inside/Outside':

"Curated by Nancy Bruno... the provocative, forceful exhibition... showcasing an eclectic range of works reflecting the experiences and perspectives of living with mental illness, was organized in partnership with Fountain House Gallery and the Flushing Interfaith Council..." 

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"Inside/Outside at the Plaxall Gallery"
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Press Release: LIC-A and the Secret Theatre present The Tempest...

"Producer Stephanie Wilson & Artistic Director/Producer Richard Mazda in association with LIC-Artists present an immersive production of The Tempest, performed in the Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City, NY...

 

This exciting production of The Tempest will be unlike any you've seen before!" 

Download "The Tempest" Press Release PDF

Long Island City Courier on LIC-A's recent exhibition, 'L.I.Centric':

"Norma Homburg curated the show which features local artists Orestes Gonzalez, Jonathan Lev, Manolo Salas, Tony Vaccaro and Jesse Winter. Together, the group aims to highlight local figures in Long Island City through a series of vibrant, personalized portraits..." 

Read the full Long Island City Courier article below or read on Qns.com

For those who were unable to attend, here's a glimpse of the live music performances by Pat Irwin and J Walter Hawkes at our recent LICentric event at the Plaxall Gallery...

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Quiet Lunch on LIC-A's recent exhibition, 'politics of space':

"A Triumph by Long Island City Artists and Sculptors Guild... By making space both political and public, “politics of space” led a fearless charge for the artists of today to be the harbingers of political and artistic change for a brave new art world of the future" 

 

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