Joan Giordano's newest exhibitions and appearances in the press.
Green Habitat @ President's Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
On view April 25th - June 30th, 2018
Opening Reception on April 25th, 2018 from 5:30-7:00pm
This new exhibition curated by Thalia Vrachopoulos focuses on the ecology based art collecting works from international artists, including Milena Popov, Barbara Roux, Mary Hrbacek, Giorgos Tzinoudis and many more.
In Thalia Vrachopoulos's words "Ecological art respects the ecosystems of living species and their environments from an ethical, social, contextual, economic and aesthetic perspective while seeking to remedy or preserve life. It is socially engaged and socially interactive, and at times even intervention-based art."
* Exhibition Catalogue
To know more about this exhibition, visit http://shivagallery.org/portfolio/green-habitat/
Giordano sculpture featured in group exhibition
"The Language of Hands"
WESTWOOD Gallery, NYC
Giordano received a NYSCA grant to caste the farmers hands working in the Catskill Mts.
"because Farmers like Artists create with their hands."
Sponsored by a NYS Council on the Arts grant.
September 8 - October 28, 2017
OUT OF BOUNDS, 2017
C Fine Arts
Out of Bounds is the new exhibition presented by C FINE ARTS at the The White Room Gallery Bridgehampton, NY.
The show presents the work of 8 contemporary artists, featuring photography, painting, mixed media and sculptures with each artist pushing the boundaries in their own unique way. Tombstones are brought to life, metals twist into provocative images, marble and glass take on appealing shapes, images bleed together and the sky becomes a voyeur.
Art is exhibited inside the gallery and outside in the garden.
Isobel Folb Sokolov
July 15th, 6 -8pm
2415 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
accompanied by a lively duo of guitar and sax performing up-tempo and world music from Cuba, Paris, St Barths and Brazil.
A review by Sandra Tyler editor of Woven Tail Press can be seen here:
Sculpture Magazine - March 2017
Thalia Vrachopoulos reviews Joan Giordano's recent exhibition "Woven in Time", hosted at the June Kelly gallery, NYC.
"Joan Giordano's recent exhibition "Woven in Time" spoke to both the history of art and postmodern phenomena. Her constructions, which straddle the boundaries of painting, college and sculpture, can be compared to Kurt Schwitters's Merz assemblages [...]"
To read the full article, click on the image.
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete, Greece
3 Mixed Media Collaged lithographs selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete
Curator/Director; Maria Marangou
Exhibition: Murder She Said
John Jay College of Criminal Justice: Shiva Gallery
Nov 15th, 2016- Jan 13th, 2017
SEPT 8 - OCT 8
Woven in Time @ June Kelly Gallery
166 Mercer Street, NYC 10012
News Redux @ Alliance Gallery
37 Main Street Narrowsburg, NY
July 10-Aug 1st
The permanent collection of
National Museum of Art Sofia, Bulgaria
Wikileaks, handmade paper and encaustic corrugated paper on panel.
30 x 60 x 4 Inc
The permanent collection of
The American Embassy of Zambia
Copper forest, copper, handmade paper
60 x 70 x 8 Inches
The Henry Buhl Collection, NYC
Cast paper, wax, encaustic
55 x 116 x 12 Inches
Collection; College of the Desert, Palm Springs, California
Sandblasted aluminum and handmade paper
49 x 49 x 24 Inches