Part 3 Permanent Collection:
Acquired Between 2010-2012
Curated By Yuko Nii
SECTION B : December 1 – December 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 1st, 4-6 pm
Works in the Collection
Section B Artists: Madeline Appell, Ayako Bando, Doug Beube, Lakela Brown, Orin Buck, Gülsen Calik, Pauline Chernichaw, Kazumasas Chiba, Donn Davis, Rodney Dickson, Julie Dodd, Robert Ferguson, Myra Beth Forman, Troy C. Frantz, Tomoko Fujiki, Richard Hatter, Natusko Hattori, Kathleen Hendrick, Sylvia Hernandez, Halona Hilbertz, Ruby Horansky, Silvia Japkin, Sun Young Kang, Nieske Kellman, Atsuko Kawai, Gloria Kisch, Itsuko Kiyokawa, Marty Klein, Michele Kucker, Ellen Mandelbaum, Albert Lee Massimi, Anna Mavromantis, Mauricio Morillas, Irmari Nacht, Yoko Naito, Kenichi Nakajima, Harry Newman, Kuzana Ogg, Carmen Porfido, James Prez, Michael Ruffo, Doug Safranek, Cheryl Safren, Kiyomitsu Saito, Mai Sakurai, Nancy Saleme, Claire Jeanine Satin, Eva Schicker, Louis Schmidt, Stephanie Schmidt, Jen Siegrist, SUPRINA, Hisami Taniguchi, Mary Westring, Marcia Widenor, Daniel Yacubovich
About the Show: The WAH Center is pleased to present the long awaited Permanent Collection Part 3: 2010-2012 show. Split into two parts, this show not only features over 160 works from 100 artists collected between 2010-2012, but also contemporary works by these artists. While the WAH Center’s mission is to present art programs to the public, the Yuko Nii Foundation holds, maintains, and preserves contemporary art and historical artifacts and properties, including the landmarked Kings County Savings Bank which houses the WAH Center.
Since 1998, the YNF has been collecting outstanding artworks selected from the WAH Center programs as well as some from Brooklyn at large. We are presenting the works collected from 2010-2012, to celebrate and honor these artists by showcasing their great talents through their works. Through their work, these artists responded to the climates and environments in which they lived, as well as our exhibition themes, and they expressed themselves through their visual language. In addition to the Permanent Collection exhibition, we are asking the artists to show their recent works so that we can view their current works alongside their previous works in the Permanent Collection, and see where their minds and hearts were when they created their works in the collection and where they are at now.
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