Guttenberg Arts hosts a wide range of exhibitions throughout the year which provides STAR artists and community members an outlet to showcase their work and garner exposure.  In return we provide the public with a venue which offers unique presentations in an unexpected place... around the corner from their home.

Guttenberg Arts hosts a wide range of exhibitions throughout the year which provides STAR artists and community members an outlet to showcase their work and garner exposure.  In return we provide the public with a venue which offers unique presentations in an unexpected place... around the corner from their home.


upcoming exhibitions:

“Dialogues in Printmaking”

Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ


September 16 – November 4, 2018
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 16th 4 – 6pm

Chunwoo Nam "I am here" 2012, Lithography

 

The Monmouth Museum is located at 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738 on the Brookdale Community College campus.

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MADE HERE:

Summer 2018

Opening Reception & Backyard BBQ

Saturday July 28th, 4pm - 10pm

FEATURING NEW WORK BY: Anne Marie Lavigne, Michael Covello Odalla, Mamadou Sow and Amanda Thackray

EXHIBITION: July 28th - September 21, 2018

Guttenberg Arts Gallery, 6903 Jackson Street, Guttenberg NJ

 

Guttenberg Arts is pleased to present “Made Here: Summer 2018,” a group exhibition featuring our current artists in residence; Anne Marie Lavigne, Michael Covello Odalla, Mamadou Sow and Amanda Thackray. On view July 28th - September 21st, 2018.  The works included in Made Here were created during the artist’s residences this summer.  Guttenberg Arts will host an opening reception, open studio and backyard barbecue in celebration of our 4th year in operation on Saturday July 28th, 4pm - 10pm.   

During her time in residence, Amanda Thackray created both works on paper using printmaking techniques and sculptural ceramic forms.   Thackray’s sculptural pieces carry a direct relationship to her work on paper and depicts elements of the interior human body.  Through drawing, prints, and sculptures, Thackray explores what it means to have a body.  Often abstracted and teased apart, I create fantastical landscapes that depict a low-fi, sci-fi world of shifting internal bodily bondage.

Mamadou Sow explored new methods at Guttenberg Arts and produced a new series of work in which his process combines digital technologies and traditional printmaking techniques. Conceptually, Sow’s work celebrates his African and cultural background, the future of technology and classical emotions about family, love, life and death.

Michael Covello Odalla’s new hybrid wall-mounted sculptures integrate printmaking, cyanotype, and painting. Covello thinks through material, mark and endless movement.  His dense, non-objective work builds up multifaceted environments that flicker with unexpected surfaces and textures.

Anne Marie Lavigne explored the potentialities of screen printed compositions on paper. At Guttenberg Arts, Lavigne created a new series entitled GRAVITAT. Compositions of fine and ethereal lines appear as if hovering on paper, subtilely referring to the weight gravity has on perception. 

“Made Here: Summer 2018” marks the 38th exhibition organized by Guttenberg Arts.  Executive Director Dan Barteluce stated, “We’d like to thank everyone who has contributed to Guttenberg Arts in these past 4 years.  Since then we have brought a wide range of free, creative and cultural programming to the New Jersey/New York Metropolitan area and have reached an estimated 25,000 people.  With your support we can continue our mission of keeping the arts viable and in the lives of our local communities.”   

Since 2014, Guttenberg Arts has raised over $100,000 for artists in need, hosted 38 exhibitions, 31 free creative workshops, 33 artist talks, 2 art festivals and a variety of community events and artist demonstrations. 

Guttenberg Arts Gallery is open Tuesday - Sunday, 12pm -5pm by appointment only. Please call ahead to schedule a visit: (201) 868-8585


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