Weekly Feature



2014-09-10 / Entertainment

Art

fri. 12

464 Gallery Members Exhibition — Sixth annual event features original artworks by dozens of local and emerging artists, with an opening reception from 6 to 11 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, and continues through Sunday, Sept. 21, at 464 Gallery, 464 E. Amherst St., Buffalo; Free. 983-2112, www.464Gallery.com

Announcement

Erie County: You Are Beautiful — Over the Labor Day holiday weekend, billboards began to appear across Erie County bearing a simple message to residents: “You Are Beautiful.” The work is part of the Public Art Initiative, a collaboration between the Albright-Knox, Erie County, and the City of Buffalo that seeks to enrich the lives of area residents by placing significant works of art in public locations throughout the region. The billboards will be highly visible throughout the county until mid-December. The art is the work of Chicago-based artist and designer Matthew Hoffman. The Erie County presentation of the work is the most immersive presentation that the artist has created to date. Hoffman is scheduled to visit Buffalo in November.

Public Art Initiative — The deadline for the next project in the Public Art Initiative for October is at 5 p.m. Sept. 26. As many as 200 county residents will participate in the creation of an arena painting with national known, Buffalo-born artist Charles Clough. The massive painting will be made on Oct. 25 at the William E. Swan Auditorium at Hilbert College in Hamburg. The completed work will be installed in the newly renovated Hamburg Public Library in mid-December.

ongoing: now-Sept. 12

Photographs by Michael Mulley — Photographs of Buffalo’s architecture, waterfront and street scenes will take center stage at the Buffalo Niagara Visitor Center Gallery, on display through Friday, Sept. 12, in the Market Arcade Building, 617 Main St., Buffalo. 852-2356, www.visitbuffaloniagara.com

now-Sept. 13

Alicia Malik, Kristina Siegel, and Jorg Schnier — Two new solo exhibits, “Husks” is a series of paintings by Alicia Malik, and “Deserted Rooms & White Noise” is a site-specific installation accompanied by photographic works by Kristina Siegel and Jorg Schnier, on display through Saturday, Sept. 13, at Buffalo Arts Studio, Tri-Main Building, 2495 Main St., Buffalo. 833-4450, www.buffaloartsstudio.org

now-Sept. 14

Sincerely Yours: Treasures of the Queen City — More than 70 masterworks from the Albright-Knox’s Collection, featuring Gauguin, van Gogh, Dali, Kahlo, Pollock, Rothko and Warhol, comes home to Buffalo as the second stop of a national tour — direct from its critically acclaimed stop at the Denver Art Museum — giving Western New Yorkers the opportunity to see these treasures with fresh eyes, on display through Sunday, Sept. 14, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org. Members reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11.

Ellie Ga: It Was Restored Again — Ellie Ga (American, born 1976) bases her narrative projects on historical and geographical explorations that span a wide range of media, including performance, photography, video, sculpture, and installations, on display through Sunday, Sept. 14, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org

now-Sept. 15

Threadware and Local Systems — Simultaneous exhibitions featuring Mexican-American artists Alicia Marvan and Natalia Porter, on display through Monday, Sept. 15, at Casa de Arte Gallery, 141 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; Free. 240-9248, www.casadeartegallery.com

now-Sept. 17

Happy Place: Digital Watercolors by Yan Shmatnik — The first solo exhibition of Yan Shmatnik, which is a reflective body of work that aims to inspire hope in people when life challenges them with the unexpected, on display through Wednesday, Sept. 17, at Glow Gallery, 224 Allen St., Buffalo. 983-2112, www.464gallery.com

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