Gina Randazzo
High Contrast: Culture Confronts Chaos

HIGH CONTRAST: Culture Confronts Chaos 
Artworks created to address social, political, and/or environmental issues -
presented by ln_Question
On view at two venues in Peekskill, NY: 
Bean Runner Cafe, 201 S. Division Street, September 10 - October 28, 2018 Reception: Saturday, September 15 from 4 - 6pm 
WCC Gallery, 27 N. Division Street, September 10 - November 28, 2018 Reception: Tuesday, September 25 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm 

Katonah Museum of Art Signal

July 1 – 29, 2018

SIGNAL, is juried by Lumi Tan, Curator at The Kitchen, one of New York City’s oldest and best-known nonprofit spaces showing innovative work by emerging and established artists across disciplines. 
In the post-modern era, personal expression has been dismissed as an outmoded or trite directive for art-making; but within the current cultural moment, the capacity for personal expression feels both imperative and precarious. While highly visible platforms for expression online are almost universally accessible, how does that visibility affect how we express ourselves publicly? That same visibility has demonstrably affected our ability to communicate off-line and in person, as well as provoke crucial reflection on whose voices are amplified, and which are authentic. How can art—whether abstract or figurative— still serve as personal expression? How can one’s work successfully communicate to an audience through an exhibition? And how does the work position the artist within a larger community?

Two of my photographs - Back Alley Series Louise and Back Alley Series Marien are included in this exhibition.

Studio Collective 2018

Studio Collective 2018                                                        
The Studio Collective
Isabella Bannerman, Diane Brawarsky, Pepe Coronado, Barbara King, Gina Randazzo and Ed Young
An exhibition at the White Plains Public Library Museum Gallery
100 Martine Ave. 
White Plains, NY 10601

June 13, 2018 – September 26, 2018
Opening Reception Saturday June 16, 1 – 4 p.m.       
Studio Collective 2018 presents the Collective’s two major bodies of work: Our River and Our Library.


Curated by Barbara Zucker
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 7th from 5:30-7:30PM
This year for the 5th Biannual Currents Exhibition, Barbara Zucker, founding member of A.I.R., is focusing on abortion—a subject that has been kept hidden, is complex in nature, and is still just as vital as it was when A.I.R. first opened. This exhibition will feature over 70 artists who were given the opportunity to create work expressing their rage, acceptance, sorrow, ambivalence, and thoughts on abortion hoping to make an important contribution to our collective history.
Participating Artists:
Adrienne Jenkins, Alexander Bernon, Amy Cannestra, Amy Finkbeiner, Anne Ferrer, Audrey Anastasi, Bernadette Despujols, Cali Kurlan, Catherine Hall & Meg Lipke, Charlotte Woolf, Christophe Lima, Coco Hall, Cristin Millet, Cynthia Winika, d’Anne de Simone, Dani Sigler, Danielle Siegelbaum, Deborah Wasserman, Devra Fox, Divine Williams, Dottie Attie, Elaine Angelopoulos, Elke Solomon, Ellen Jong, Emily Carris, Eugenia Pigassiou, Gina Randazzo, Grace Burney, Greta Young, Heather Saunders & Cassandra, Heather Weathers, Ilona Granet, Indira Cesarine, Irene Gennaro, Jane Zweibel, Jessica Nissen, Julia Smith, Julia Buck, Justine Walker, Karen Meersohn, Kathy Grove, Katrina Majkut, Lannie Hart, Leslie Fry, Leslie Tucker, Marie Tomanova, Martha Edelheit, Martha Fleming-Ives, Maureen Connor, Mira Schor, Nadine Faraj, Nancy Hellebrand, Nancy Lasar, Nina Meledandri, Parastoo Ahoon, Pat Lasch, Perri Nerri, Rachel Lindsay, Rachel Portesi, Robin Adsit, Robin Jordan, Robin Tewes, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Ruth Owens, Sabra Moore, Sharon Haskell, Sooyeon Yun, Susan Carr, Valerie Hallier, Virginia Carey, Yael Ben-Zion
155 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Studio Collective Our Village

The Studio Collective
Isabella Bannerman, Diane Brawarsky, Pepe Coronado, Barbara King, Gina Randazzo and Ed Young
The Studio Collective artists began collaborating in 2012. The members work on group projects and have rotating studio visits that provide the opportunity to view and discuss each participant’s ongoing practice.
For Our Village the group members set out thinking about the following question. Which specific sites, local issues, and personal feelings about our place in the community will set in motion an artwork or project? By sharing our images with the people that share the experience of living here, we look to build community with our neighbors. This project follows Our River, which examined the village’s industrial pollution and the future of the waterfront.

Village Hall Gallery
7 Maple Ave.
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
November 9, 2016 - January 18, 2017
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