Through a selection of stark monochromatic photography and video art, Hudson Valley MOCA presents Death is Black and White: Selections from the Marc and Livia Straus Family Collection. The exhibition takes a focused look at how the examination of mortality illuminates what it means to be alive.
The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, a community art space founded 15 years ago, is now HUDSON VALLEY MOCA, with its new name reflecting an expanded mission to bring world-class art and ideas to the Hudson Valley region.
Through a selection of figurative sculptures curated from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection, Death Is Irrelevant looks at how artists consider their existence and how they express their present socio-political and personal situation.
The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art is moving the gallery to the big screen with these short films.
Drs. Marc and Livia Straus, founders of the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce the appointment of Effie Phillips-Staley as the institution’s Executive Director.
From New York City, it is a one-hour road or train trip to Peekskill, home to the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, which brings together works from around the world. Recent shows have featured art celebrating women’s suffrage in the US and the collages of Cey Adams, art director of Def Jam Recordings.
Living Arts is please to share this interview with legendary artist Cey Adams. Cey has a wonderful message for our youth and some great projects coming up.
Why head into the city to check out the MoMA for the umpteenth time when your home county is full of celebrated, innovative, and up-and-coming museums and galleries in New York? Not only do we have the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, but we’ve also got the Katonah Museum of Art, the Neuberger, pretty much half of downtown Peekskill, and for that matter art walks and gallery showings in pretty much every major city and town up and down the Hudson River.
Orly Cogan reinvigorates vintage materials including tablecloths and baby linen through embroidery, crochet, and paint to create unabashed depictions of her experience as a twenty-first century woman.
The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art will present an installation of illuminated paintings by Peter Bynum, with an additional multimedia component of soundscapes and video projections. This is the first time an artist has been given the largest room at the museum for a solo exhibition.