“WAH: A New Diversity” in New York Seikatsu Press!

We are pleased to share a recent review of our latest show, WAH: A New Diversity, from New York Seikatsu Press by Independent Curator and Exhibition Producer, Kyoko Sato Ono.WAH: A New Diversity has been extended and will be on view until Friday, October 2nd from 12-6pm. Don’t miss the opportunity to see these visionary works!New York […]

Viewpoints: Sensory Immersion and Subtle Plays of Chance at “WAH: A New Diversity”

In the WAH Center’s (Williamsburg Art and Historical Center) latest show, “WAH: A New Diversity” full sensory immersion is achieved with each piece of the show, as the viewer is stimulated and provoked by each piece in this exhibition. This tripartite exhibit that curator Yuko Nii has aptly titled “A New Diversity,” is the much […]

WAH: A New Diversity

Saturday, September 12 – Friday, October 2, 2015

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 12th, 6-9pm

Viewpoints: Erasing Borders 2015

 Exploring Color and Style in Contemporary Art of the Indian Disapora  Curated by Vijay Kumar and produced by the Indo-American Arts Council, the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center welcomes Erasing Borders 2015: Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora. In its twelfth year, this annual exhibition weaves traditional Indian and contemporary Western elements, highlighting the complexities and diversities […]

Viewpoints: WAH Bridges Self

Audrey Meehan:The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center’s latest exhibition, WAH Bridges Self, invited artists to share their methods of self-expression in a multi-media, open call group exhibition; curator Richard Sanchez prompted artists to select work that best shows their individual expression. The show features over 50 artists from all over the US and Europe and […]