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Gallery 61 Announcements
Feb 14 2013

Face to Face: Annual NYIT Faculty and Staff Exhibit

Face to Face

NYIT Gallery 61, 16 West 61st Street, is pleased to present “Face to Face” the annual NYIT faculty/staff exhibit.
February 7 - February 28, 2013
The viewing hours are Monday - Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Among the unusual pieces in the exhibit are Robert Sherwin’s image taken with his cell phone of his reflection looking into a building; a mysterious image by Joel Chavez shot with expired Polaroid film of a man photographed from behind and all you see are his boots walking through a vast landscape. His footprints leave traces of fingerprints in the soil, which is due to the age of the Polaroid film. The “fingerprints” are wrinkles on the surface of the paper caused by the natural distortion of the film.

Andrew Gallagher created a digital illustration; Mike Schiavetta has photographs from his trip to Haiti in 2012; Dennis Macleer provided us with wild life; Alexandria Arnone, Amy Bravo, Karen Chandler, Bill Lawrence, Rosalia Mannino, James McBreen and Megan Siemers photographed family, friends and children.

Also included are John di Domenico’s sketches drawn at faculty/senate meetings, Charles Matz’s watercolors from Sunday sittings in West Africa, and Frances Campani’s stylized pastels, which hark to the 1930’s modernism.

Giovanni Santamaria, responsible for the title of this show, has sketches from his journal. Paul Amatuzzo loaned two drawings by Alan Kruger Chack, each done at Cooper Union in 1968 of Paul and John Hejduk; William Gates photographed Falling Water and the Pantheon; Mathew Ford made a collage of Peter Eisenman; and there are two portraits Frank Meuschke painted while he attended Skowhegan.

Teri Ann Proschuk draws in the subway on her way to work and has included an elegant passenger profile. James deWoody submitted a self-portrait and Michelle Stylianou a silkscreen.

The exhibition includes sketches, photographs, paintings and collages by NYIT faculty and staff. The departments who participated are: Advertising and Publications, Architecture and Design, Audio Visual, Business Management, Communication Arts, Career Services, Financial Affairs, Fine Arts, Student affairs/Campus Life, Registrar and the Vocational Independence Program.

For additional information, please contact Jennifer Mitchell, jmitchel@nyit.edu, 212.261.1562.

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