Group Art Exhibition at St. Paul the Apostle Church, Manhattan
May 21st-June 20th, 2008
A group art exhibition exploring the concept Sacred Surveillance will be on display at the historic St. Paul the Apostle Church from May 21-June 30, 2008.
In Sacred Surveillance, each artist questions existence under the auspices of something greater: a quiet, conscious presence in one's daily movements or the artist in the role of flaneur, watching the world solemnly from a distance. The selected works discuss how this presence of the transcendent is disclosed through both the hidden and discursive elements of human experience. The exhibit responds to a variety of mediums including sculpture, painting, poetry and mixed media.
Participating artists: Katie Abpianalp, Robert Altchison, James Berroya, Aracell Cruz, LAuren Gohara, Imo Nse Imeh, Illyan Ivanov, Joey Kilrain, Susu Planchupattana, Susan Quilligan, John-Patrick Regalado, Laura Resheske, Frank Sabatte, Anthony Santella, Mareshah Yisral.
Artists' reception will take place on Wednesday, May 21 from 7-9 pm in the St. Paul the Apostle Church, W. 60th St. and 9th Ave. (Columbus).