Origins: A Mother-Son Connection

Origins: Paintings by Annette Turow Ceramics by Gabe Turow A Visual Dialogue Between Mother & Son
I did not know what to expect from the Origins exhibition, but when I stopped in the front door of the WAH Center Gallery my eyes were drown to go inside faster than my body. As I walked to the open space at the center of the gallery my eyes and my body finally coordinated […]

Stay Tuned: WAH Bridges Cuba?

Dear Friends,   I would like to share with you a very happy news.    My assistant Richard Sanchez applied for a trip to Cuba a few months ago through a non-profit program that sends Cuban descendants on sponsored trips to connect with Cuban culture and residents. He received a great news that he was […]

LIFE ON EARTH Open Call

Open Call to Artists LIFE ON EARTH Curated by Cornelia Jensen          Saturday, May 20th  – Sunday, June 11th Opening Reception: Saturday, May 20th Deadline to Apply: Monday, May 8th   When we think of “environment” what do we think of? THE Environment? Or OUR Environment? Everything we create as humans is […]

Memory Reconfigured in WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol

As a continuation of the WAH Center’s technology and art exhibition series, WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol challenges a narrowed scope of light as formal technique, actively interrogating the subject object relation within newly re-conceived experiential moments. The gallery space opens up as a critical site for aesthetic evaluation, where striking symbolic and conceptual dimensions […]

WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol

by Jania Vanderwerff Since the beginnings of time, humanity has been drawn to light. Spoken to our soul, the shadows, the glow, the stirring and kindling of Spirit. Connecting our own specific, unique, needs for community.   Artists have often explored the subject. From painters like Rembrandt to installation artists such as James Turrell, they […]

Viewpoints: JART6th

Process and Transformation at JART6thJART, the annual Japanese showcase, exhibits at the WAH Center (Williamsburg Art and Historical Center) from February 26th-March 6th. Featuring Japanese artists from New York, Tokyo, Berlin, and Stockholm, this unique and transformative gallery experience was curated by Hiro Shiraishi of Pepper’s Project, a Tokyo based art group. Displaying works of various media, […]

17th Annual WAH Salon Show: Bringing Out the Experimental and the Ambitious

Comprised of a large and extensive sampling of works from WAH Center Salon members, the 17th Annual WAH Salon Art Club Show at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center invites the viewer to a panoply of formal and conceptual experimentations. Curated by the Founder and Artistic Director of the WAH Center, Yuko Nii, the show […]

Queer WAH: Celebrating and Negotiating Progress and Struggle

Walking into the recent exhibition at the WAH Center, one is immediately engaged by an impressive display on the main gallery’s central wall. A glamorous starlet posed in three quarters profile glints and gleams, beckoning you in to see the depth and breadth of work on offer in the Queer WAH: Contemporary LGBTQ Artists exhibition. […]

“Queer WAH” in Next Magazine and Broadway + Bedford

We are pleased to share two recent reviews of our latest show, Queer WAH: Contemporary LGBTQ Artists , from Next Magazine by Cody Gohl and Bedford + Bowery by Cassidy Dawn GravesQueer WAH will be on view through Sunday, November 1st, from 12-6pm. Don’t miss the opportunity to see these exciting works!Next Magazine is “New York’s Gay Guide”—a weekly […]