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Women Artists Changing Rules
& Exploring New Horizons

Works by Imna Arroyo, Louise Bourgeois, Carolyn Kay Chema, Sophie-Alexia de Lotbiniere, Erika Harrsch, Ana de Orbegoso, Lee Paine, Howardina Pindell, Liliana Porter, Sandra Ramos 
& Varda Yoran 

January 18 - March 12, 2015  

Paintings, Installations, Sculptures, 
Works on Paper & Mixed Media

YOLANDA PETROCELLI
SOPHIE ALEXIA de LOTBINIERE
by Christina Hennessy, Greenwich Time Sunday, February 8, 2015
Bendheim Gallery Past Exhibitions
21st EDITIONS: The Art of the Book ®
The Master Collection of Word, Image & Artisan Bindings

Through June 10, 2015

FROM THE GROUND UP
Paintings | Photographs | Sculpture       ART inspired by Nature

September 17 - October 29, 2015
ARTISTS IN THE SHOW:
Jane Balsgaard • Laura Cunningham • Stéphanie Jacques   Donald Landsman  Gyöngy Laky •  Dawn MacNutt   John McQueen  • Kyle Norton •   Ángel Mieres  Lizzy Rockwell  •  Hisako Sekijima  •   Masako Yoshida

J.D. Durrans |  Adam Handler | Fabio Mesa | Michael Thron |  Hans Stoll  | Varda Yoran
EXISTENTIAL brings together six artists working in a variety of media – sculpture, photography, painting – who choose to focus their art on the human condition. They share a somewhat philosophical approach to man’s place in the universe, both from the perspective of what an individual can expect to control and what is inevitably imposed by external conditions. While speculation about these ideas is as old as civilization itself, the twentieth century brought a new precision to “existentialism” as a more concrete literary and philosophical movement in which we all participate.

Perhaps the most consistent theme pervading the work of all these artists’ is the idea of struggle, and the human effort to establish a particular precense in the world. Other works in the show feature artists representing ways that various people have come to express their identity in the world, frequently through religious belief. 
May 26 - June 16, 2016