Weekly Feature



2016-02-24 / Entertainment

Art

fri. 26

Typical: BSC Visual Arts Board Exhibition — The normal happenings of daily life as perceived by the Buffalo State College students’ own varied relationship with the “typical.” Opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26, as part of the M&T Fourth Friday @ Tri-Main, and on display through Friday, March 11, at Buffalo Arts Studio, Tri-Main Building, 2495 Main St., Buffalo; Free. 833-4450, www.buffaloartsstudio.org

sat. 27

For the Love of Things: Still Life — Selected predominantly from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s renowned collection, this exhibition considers the still life’s recent history: How this perennially popular thematic genre has continued to flourish while often being challenged, and, in many ways, transformed, opens Saturday, Feb. 27, and continues through Sunday, May 29, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org

Torey Thornton: Sir Veil — Torey Thornton’s purposely ambiguous imagery is nestled between abstraction and figuration. Opens Saturday, Feb. 27, and continues through Sunday, May 29, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org

ongoing: now-Feb. 27

The Abstract Tableau — Paintings by Mary Begley, on display through Saturday, Feb. 27, at PAUSA Art House, 19 Wadsworth St., Buffalo; Free. 697-9069, www.pausaarthouse.com

Matterz of the Fact — John Jennings’ scathing commentary through sinister images of surreal sci-fi contraptions printed as posters, on display through Saturday, Feb. 27, at El Museo Francisco Y Oller Diego Rivera, 91 Allen St., Buffalo. 886-2356, www.elmuseobuffalo.org

Cut From The Same Cloth: Another Lopez, Megan Luongo & Lindsay Tripp — In late December, Sugar City solicited artist proposals for last-minute use of their gallery space in February, and this exhibit is the result of that, and features the works of Another Lopez, Megan Luongo and Lindsay Tripp, on display through Saturday, Feb. 27, at Sugar City, 1239 Niagara St., Buffalo; Free. 553-2530, www.buffalosugarcity.org

Everything is Beautiful — Craig and Maria LaRotonda works, on display through Saturday, Feb. 27, at Studio Hart, 65 Allen St., Buffalo; Free. 536-8337, www.studiohart.com

Fresh — The works of Max Collins, Dylan England, Sarah Fonzi, Christina Laing, Justin Mages and Alicia Malik, on display through Saturday, Feb. 27, at BT&C Gallery, 1250 Niagara St., Buffalo; Free. 604-6183, www.btandcgallery.com

Medium Mix Up — Exhibition juried by Russell Ram, on display through Saturday, Feb. 27, at River Art Gallery & Gifts, 82 Main St., North Tonawanda; Free. 479-0560, www.riverartgalleryandgifts.com

now-Feb. 28

Configuration — Recent work by Bryan Hopkins and Kathryn Vajda, on display through Sunday, Feb. 28, at Indigo Art Gallery, 47 Allen St., Buffalo; $. 984-9572, www.indigoartbuffalo.org

now-March 4

Mark Snyder: Auto-Cannibalism and Peter Sowiski, DopeDupe — Buffalo Arts Studio’s two exhibitions that recall the history of the Tri-Main Center as the former Ford Plant and Bell Aircraft manufacturing site. Mark Snyder’s “Auto-Cannibalism” and Peter Sowiski’s installation “DopeDupe” (site-specific exhibition of military aircraft structured as paper mosaics to render the objects in actual scale), will kick off the 25th anniversary of the transformation of the shuttered Trico industrial site into the dynamic, mixed-use Tri-Main Center, on display through Friday, March 4, at Tri-Main Building, 2495 Main St., Buffalo. 833-4450, www.buffaloartsstudio.org

The Log Lines — An exhibition by artists Jill Kambs and Timothy Frerichs inspired by the industrial agriculture that dominates the landscape of the midwest, on display through Friday, March 4, at WNY Book Arts Center, 468 Washington St., Buffalo; Free. 348-1430, www.wnybookarts.org

now-March 5

Nando Alvarez-Perez: Totems For a Flattened Now — Part sculptural, part photographic installation that reanimates, narrates and recycles images, on display through Saturday, March 5, in the Flux Gallery at CEPA Gallery, The Market Arcade, 617 Main St., Buffalo. 856-2717, www.cepagallery.com

Frank O’Connor: Resemblance and Representation — Photographs and digital works, on display through Saturday, March 5, at CEPA Passageway Gallery, The Market Arcade, 617 Main St., Buffalo. 856-2717, www.cepagallery.com

CEPA Gallery Member’s Exhibition — Featuring artwork from some of WNY’s talented artists, on display through Saturday, March 5, at CEPA Gallery, The Market Arcade, 617 Main St. Free. 856-2717, www.cepagallery.com

Announcement

Rogovin Artwork Sweepstake — In anticipation of CEPA Gallery’s 13th Biennial Art Auction, to be held April 9, a Rogovin Artwork Sweepstake will once again be held. The sweepstake will give collectors another chance to procure a work of art from this year’s auction. Fifty tickets, priced at $100 each, will be sold for a chance to win “Untitled from Appalachia, 1962-1971,” a vintage print framed by Avenue Art and Frame and valued at $5,000. The winning sweepstake ticket will be drawn at the auction, and the winner need not be present to win. Tickets can be purchased at the CEPA Gallery office in the Market Arcade, by calling 856-2717, at www.cepagallery.org, or at the auction.

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