There is a new art gallery on the North Shore of Long Island! Founded by Erica Berkowitz (who recently left her position as the Director of Last Rites Gallery in NYC for nearly three years) and Joseph Weinreb, Haven Gallery is going to celebrate its opening by presenting two excellently-curated and memorable exhibitions.
Saturday, August 15, 2015 | 6 – 9 PM
August 15 – September 24, 2015
Private preview and tour with Kate Zambrano:
Friday, August 14, 2015 | Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
155 Main St., Suite 4,
Northport, NY 11768
(Located behind Rockin’ Fish restaurant, next to Ameriprise)
Haven Gallery Inaugural Group Show
Matt Dangler, Kukula (BB #002 featured artist), Kari-Lise Alexander (BB #010 featured artist), Nicomi Nix Turner, Dan Quintana, Shaun Berke, Tom Bagshaw (BB #003 featured artist), Naoto Hattori, Zoe Byland, Brian Mashburn, Regan Rosburg, Aunia Kahn, Caitlin McCormack, Rose Freymuth-Frazier (BB #006 featured artist), Redd Walitzki (BB #004 featured artist), and Nom Kinnear King
This show presents the artists personal concepts of “haven” in varying styles, mediums, and techniques.
(Above) “Dresden Madchen” by Kukula
Kate Zambrano’s Solo Show: ‘Catharsis’
Known for her ability to capture her sitters’ psyche and her fascination with dualities, Kate Zambrano‘s new paintings and drawings present the juxtaposition of beauty and pain. Utilizing various techniques and medium, but always in subtle monochromatic colors, the self-taught artist continually explores the human condition by revealing the darker nuances of her carefully selected subjects. By coupling the standard idealization of beauty with deep and haunting melancholy, the she induces the viewers to conduct internal dialogues and self-reflections.
“I have always been fascinated with dualities existing in nature – in particular, those related to the human condition. I will be exploring themes of solitude, anguish, and the individual metamorphosis we go through as human beings dealing with strife. I aim to convey the beauty of these individualized journeys and embody these darker nuances of the human psyche. It is through these moments where one’s self may be truly released and uninhibited. It is my hope to capture this brief instant in time and shed light on the beauty that exists in the darkest places.”
– Kate Zambrano