New Exhibitions at The National Arts Club
Women Out of Doors
The NAC’s three-month festival “Multiple Perspectives: Women in the Arts” comes to an impressive conclusion with a special exhibition celebrating contemporary women artists and the art of landscape painting. Artists Lois Dodd, Janice Nowinski, Kyle Staver, Joan Thorne, and Jane Wilson all have a highly personal dialogue with the environment, an ardent response to nature, and have found in nature’s creative purpose elements of structure, invention and expression.
The 2019 NAC Drawing Invitational
The 2019 NAC Drawing Invitational pairs two celebrated New York artists, Barbara Nessim and Tara Geer. Nessim, celebrated for her gifts as a colorist reveals a celebratory world sparked by her joie de vivre. Geer, in contrast, creates large abstracts in black, white, and grey based on the close observation of insignificant details of her everyday surroundings.
Discovery and Restoration: Theodore Conrath
A special exhibition of work by Theodore Conrath, a NAC Member from 1947-1954. Although Conrath is represented in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum, his often traumatic life caused him to fall into obscurity. This exhibition features a rare seen cache of Conrath’s work, recently discovered in a Tarrytown thrift shop.
Courtroom Art: Eyewitness for the Public
The NAC is proud to once again collaborate with the Federal Court for the Southern District of New York in showcasing the work of some of the top courtroom artists working today. Dynamic and visually telling, these works provide the public with an immediate view of some of the district’s most famous cases.
The National Arts Club is located at 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY. Exhibitions are free and open to the public Monday through Friday from 10AM to 5PM. For more information, visit nationalartsclub.org.
October 28, 2019End Date
January 3, 2020Hours
10:00 AM - 05:00 PMAddress
15 Gramercy Park SouthEvent Type