At Peace Exhibition & Performance Schedule, November 2019
Nov. 1st, 7-10 p.m.
The Opening of At Peace will be celebrated by the global public debut of 10-year old Spanish violin prodigy Ines Maro. Inspired by her idol Yehudi Menuhin, Maro will perform works by Bach, Haydn, Kreisler and the Monti Czardas, among others. Maro has been planning the details of her show and sending us beautiful drawings to use for her flyer, all while preparing to play with the Madrid Philharmonic Orchestra later in the month. She will be surrounded by selected paintings by At Peace’s three featured artists for November. The artists will be in attendance for Maro’s three act performance.
Nov. 2 thru Nov. 8:
Exhibition by Finnish painter Olga Sophie Kauppinen complemented with work by American painter and sculptor Rhys Gaetan, as well those of artists Aaron Frank, Daniel Kent, Diego Benavente, Joey Frank, Joslyn Crocco, J McDonald, Kathryn Kerr, Milo Carney, Roland Allmeyer. Shura Skaya, Seban Ionescu and Tom Fruin.
Nov. 2, 6-10 p.m. Olga Sophie Kauppinen opening reception
Nov. 9 thru Nov. 19:Spanish painter Raquel Diaz’s show will show her latest paintings of narrative works that examine cultural, political and ethical human values, giving a glimpse into her prolific body of work.
Nov. 9, 6-10 p.m. Performances by Erika Hirano from Japan will celebrate Diaz’s opening
Nov.16, 6-10 p.m. Dance performances by Harriet Rautio from Finland and Elya Osmanova from Azerbaijan, accompanied by music from Adam Kolker and Jeremy Stratton.
Nov. 19, 6-10 p.m. Performance from French Ensemble Ma Charlotte.
Nov. 20 thru Nov. 26: Swedish/Ukrainian painter and performance artist Alexandra Karpilovski’s exhibition of new paintings. Her artistic practice is rooted in drawing but takes various shapes and forms—from small scribbles to monumental banners—and often manifests in improvised performances alongside her visual work.
Nov. 20, 6-10 p.m. Alexandra Karpilovski opening reception
Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6:00pm and by appointment. For additional information, please contact Howard Spann, 914-563-3578, firstname.lastname@example.org.