Look Back in Wonder
Look Back in Wonder
Look Back in Wonder is an online exhibit hosted by Arts Mid-Hudson and curated by Elisa Pritzker and Greg Slick. Look Back in Wonder deals with the constant human quest through time and how artists respond to it. Whether personal, social or anthropological, the artists’ approach to the past through various media has one thing in common: who are we and where do we come from?
Top Row – Xuewu Zheng (left), Carole Kunstadt (right)
Bottom Row – Daniel Giordano (left), Laura Gurton (right)
Friday, July 17 at 5:00 p.m.: Zoom Opening Reception: Arts Mid-Hudson will host an opening reception on Zoom which will include a discussion with the curators of the exhibit.
Sunday, August 16 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.: Zoom Art Brunch: Arts Mid-Hudson will host a closing art brunch which will include an artist talk.
Artists: Susan Berger, Jacinta Bunnell, Daniel Buzi, Marieken Cochius, Miranda Crifo, Richard Deon, Daniel Giordano, Jerome Goldberg, Laura Gurton, Tom Hackett, June He, Susan Hennelly, Carole Kunstadt, Xin Liu, Zelda (aka Judith Z. Miller), Maria Morabito, Celeste Morton, Basha Ruth Nelson, Robert Oehl, Denise M. Oehl, Franc Palaia, Gina Petrecca, Antonella Piemontese, Christine Schiavo, Jackie Shatz, Susan Walsh, Yihan Yuan, and Xuewu Zheng
About the Curators:
Elisa Pritzker exhibited at MoMA, Queens Museum, Skirball Museum in Jerusalem, Dorsky Museum, Espronceda in Barcelona, K-Salon in Berlin Germany, in large and small group exhibits.
Among solo exhibits, her art was shown at HVMOCA [formerly HVCCA Museum], Hammond Museum, Saletta Kinzica Art Gallery-Pisa Italy, Casa Argentina-Jerusalem Israel, Galeria ArtexArte/Luz & Alfonso Castillo Foundation, Buenos Aires Argentina. Pritzker was featured at PBS Channel, CNN-in Spanish, Huffpost [Huffington Post], Chronogram Magazine, Hyperallergic and her “Eclectica Store” was showcased in the New York Times. Portfolio: www.elisapritzker.com | Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisa_Pritzker
Greg Slick is based in Beacon, NY, and has exhibited in NYC as well as internationally. His work explores the interface of art, archaeology, and anthropology and the impact of early cultures on contemporary art. Prehistoric stone structures, Informalism, the Earth Art movement, the history of labor, and the study of shamanism are some of the key influences on his practice. Website: www.gregslickart.com