For the summer months we are presenting an Online-Only Group Exhibition.
Virtual Summer Camp:
New Work by NAGA Artists
Launching Friday, July 17, 2020
Under normal circumstances, we take an exhibition hiatus in July and August to repaint the gallery, clean the carpets, re-organize inventory and just take a little breather. Since these are anything but normal circumstances, we have decided to put together a virtual group show that will run through August 29th. We wanted to show you what our artists are making right now and keep beautiful things in front of you until we (hopefully) come back for in-person exhibitions in the fall.
For many artists, this pandemic has created added hardships and responsibilities: personal and professional. Some artists found it extremely difficult to create while others found more time to create. Nearly all of the work in this exhibition is brand new, some of which can be found still drying in the studio. This exhibition includes forty-one Gallery NAGA artists, including:
Sophia Ainslie, Joseph Barbieri, Garry Knox Bennett, Gerry Bergstein, Peter Brooke, Andy Buck, John Eric Byers, Lana Z Caplan, Nicole Chesney, Alice Denision, Yizhak Elyashiv, Robert Ferrandini, Rick Fox, Hank Gilpin, Jenna Goldberg, Lorie Hamermesh, Dinora Justice, Jaclyn Kain, Masako Kamiya, JooLee Kang, Martin Kline, Yuri Kobayashi, Mary Kocol, Keira Kotler, Bryan McFarlane, Todd McKie, Joseph McNamara, George Nick, Bart Niswonger, Richard Raiselis, Harold Reddicliffe, Louis Risoli, Peri Schwartz, Peter Scott, Robert Siegelman, Tommy Simpson, Esther Solondz, Ed Stitt, Cheryl Ann Thomas, Peter Vanderwarker, and Julia von Metzsch Ramos.
Virtual Summer Camp: New Work by NAGA Artists runs from July 17 – August 29, 2020 and is online-only. Gallery NAGA’s physical location remains open by appointment until further notice. As always, please stay in touch and be safe!
- Gallery NAGA is open by appointment only through September 7th.
- Our 44th season of exhibitions begins September 8th with in-person (hopefully) solo exhibitions by Yizhak Elyashiv and Masako Kamiya.
- For inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 617-267-9060.