June – November 2018
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Basilica Hudson is proud to continue its Back Gallery artist in residency program through 2018. The series invites artists to explore the location itself as muse and to create work with the eclectic present and past of this river city as central inspiration.
Back Gallery Opening events are the culmination of artists spending time in and experiencing the space, before opening it up to the public.
Visits available by appointment. Please email email@example.com
Joe Mama-Nitzberg’s Things Remembered
Sunday, October 7th, 2018
Things Remembered is Joe Mama–Nitzberg‘s first solo exhibition in the Hudson Valley. Comprised of new work of various media, it is a further exploration of Mama-Nitzberg’s recurring interests in Memory, Technology and Language. Combing such disparate elements and strategies as autobiography, music videos, painting, poetry, search engines etc., the artist deftly balances the comic and the tragic without seeming to privilege either.
Annie Bielski’s Clearance
Sunday, August 19, 2018
As an Artist In Residence Annie Bielski spent a week creating her latest body of work, Clearance, a collection of cargo t-shirts locally sourced from the shelves of Walgreens with hand-sewn organza pouches, purchased from a store that sells items for your store. All items are on permanent sale. She also presented a work in progress: a single-channel video, shot on her iPhone, involving local small-talk.
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Participants in 2018’s Social Justice Leadership Academy – comprised of Hudson youth ages 12 – 20 – will be the August artists in residents in Basilica’s Back Gallery with an exhibition which explores meaning-making through Afrofuturism.
Ben Fain’s Gone Fishin’
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Launching as part of (FREAK) FLAG DAY, Hudson-based sculptor and filmmaker Ben Fain will launch Basilica Hudson’s 2018 artist in residence program with Gone Fishing, an indoor/outdoor exhibition of metal forms shrouded in pixelated mesh.