2021 exhibitions

11/19/2021 - 11/30/2021

Monday, November 22nd from 6 to 8pm: Sašo Stanojkoviḱ emphasizes the urgent need for deliberative and participatory conceptualizations of cultural heritage. His long-term research looks at this issue in the context of the ongoing critical debates about the commoning of cultural resources. Accordingly, he highlights the need to support and amplify various voices and agencies of political action and activist dissent surrounding monuments by means of direct democracy, and opposes the uncritical and nationalist-driven celebration of cultural heritage.

10/01/2021 - 10/20/2021

A reception with the artists will take place Thursday, October 7 from 5 pm – 8 pm. Gallery MC presents a paired exhibition of works by artists Slavčo Sokolovski and Paul Stremple October 1-20th, 2021 at Gallery MC, 549 W 52nd Street, NYC, NY 10019. Artists Slavco Sokolovski and Paul Stremple will present an Exhibition critiquing mankind’s relationship with nature and the Vestiges of the Anthropocene.

08/06/2021 - 09/30/2021

08/06/2021 - 09/07/2021 Works in Stone by Donald Porcaro and Gorazd Poposki Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm or by appointment

07/23/2021 - 08/03/2021

Gallery is open Monday Through Friday 9 am to 3 pm and by appointment on weekends

06/20/2021 - 07/18/2021

Closing reception will be on Sunday, July 18th from 5 to 7 pm. Out Of the Studio 2. Group Exhibition featuring Junko Yoda, Donald Porcaro, Steven Balogh, Toshihisa Yoda, Robert Dandarov and Gorazd Poposki

04/25/2021 - 05/25/2021

Steven Balogh  presents, looped and swirling lines of brilliant color radiate energy and intensity in his paintings. The artist squeezes the pigment directly from the tube and elegantly controls the gestures to create cascading layers of color in  latticework of great depth.Luscious oranges, pinks, yellows and greens suggest natural and anatomical landscapes. His newest works’s extended abstraction embrace an avant-garde new world of street graffiti and  painting method of gestural abstraction, violently disrupting its density of composition, with random elements, relations and free-flowing lines, layers on layers…