ON VIEW NOW: NIGHT WORK
Alexander DiJulio is pleased to announce the opening of NIGHT WORK, a group exhibition focused on works that seek to find light in the darkness and invite the viewer to reconsider nighttime as a subject equally beautiful to its common sunnier counterpart. This show features artists Charis Ammon, Ross Bleckner, William Eric Brown, Cekeg, Noel de Lesseps, John Joseph Mitchell, Emily Pettigrew, Jamel Robinson, Monica Serra, and Nick Weber.
NIGHT WORK will be on view through January 27, 2024.
The gallery will be closed December 23 - January 1.
179 E. Broadway
New York, NY 10002
April 17th: This week on "Sunday Morning" CBS
ART: The mystery of Frances Hines, and a dumpster full of art treasures.
In 2017 a barn cleanout in Connecticut revealed a treasure trove of artworks, by an obscure artist who'd died the year before. Now, experts say the dumpster art could be worth millions. Correspondent David Pogue delves into the intriguing tale of how a skateboarding mechanic became a detective in order to uncover the identity of Francis Hines. an expressionist who experimented with wrapping buildings, objects and paintings. Nick Weber helps Jared Whipple uncover Hines, the artist and person.
Frances Hines and Nick Weber making art together in 2009
Musician CJ Camerieri selects Nick Weber's "Empty Town" as still image for video "Song of Trouble", a collaboration between Camerieri and Sufjan Stevens.
Image: Empty Town, oil on canvas, 14 x 18 inches