“The New Academy” features works from up-and-coming young artists, who are also undergraduate and graduate students in the arts. It would be an understatement to just call the collection of art amazing – it is the gathering of fresh new minds, ideas, and concepts to the art world through dozens of media. Curator […]
September 19, 2014 the WAH Center hosted the “Dinner with the Devil” celebrating the New Gold Folio and The Satanic Verses, collaborated works by Bienvenido “Bones” Banez Jr. andc The night’s event was intimate and enlightening. Banez assured the circle who were there for the night that it was not about the strength in […]
The “Memorial” show, curated by Yuko Nii here at the WAH (Williamsburg Art & Historical) Center honors the late artists Estelle Levy, Fernand Barbot, and composer Elodie Lauten. Since the opening reception on Saturday, September 6, the WAH Center’s second floor gallery exudes a spirit of foregoing joy, love, and these artists’ appreciation for […]
To understand Bienvenido Bones Bañez’s art and music is to understand his philosophical view of the world which he calls the 666 Art World. First and foremost, Bañez does not promote satanic worship or domination, instead 666 Art World reflects the demons that are already present in the world which we blindly accept as reality. Those […]
The WAH Center presents “THE NEW ACADEMY: WAH BRIDGES STUDENT ARTISTS” – a multi-media group exhibition dedicated to presenting the work of students pursuing their undergraduate or Masters degrees in the arts.
The WAH Center presents “Memorial” – Celebrating the lives of artists Estelle Levy & Fernando Barbot, and composer Elodie Lauten September 6 – 28, 2014; Opening Reception Sat., Sept. 6, 4-6 PM Curated by Yuko Nii In the Main Gallery: The WAH Center is pleased to present “Memorial” honoring our beloved artists – Estelle Levy, […]
Hi Friends! We hope everyone enjoyed a fun & safe 4th of July weekend! For a limited time this summer, this Maker Maps poster will be on the entire East River Ferry fleet! This lovely poster features “Pom,” by Kuzana Ogg – an oil painting from the Yuko Nii Foundation’s Permanent Collection. With the wind in your hair & […]
Our friends at Made in Brooklyn Tours have recently announced the launch of Maker Maps – neighborhood guides to the businesses and organizations “makin’ it” in Brooklyn! Dom Gervasi, owner and producer of the award-winning Made in Brooklyn Tours, promotes Brooklyn’s growing “maker movement” with tours of the five neighborhoods covered in the guides. With the financial support […]