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Off the Wall

The Affordable Holiday Art Fair 2022

Produced by LIC-A & Culture Lab LIC

On View: November 5 - December 18

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5, 6-9pm

Gallery Hours: Thursday & Friday, 5-9pm,

and Saturday & Sunday, 2-9pm. (The gallery is closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.)


Off the Wall: The Affordable Holiday Art Fair is a wonderful way to showcase artwork - paintings, drawings, sculpture, and ceramics - to the greater NYC area while also focusing on tenants of the surrounding community, to buy art as gifts, enhance their homes or start their own collections. We want to support our local artists and make buying art accessible to everyone and help introduce all of our neighbors to our arts community.


Street Photography


Curated by Paul Kessel

& Orestes Gonzalez

On View: Sept 30 - Oct 30

Opening Reception: Oct 1, 5-9pm

Gallery Hours:

Thursday & Friday: 5-9pm

Saturday & Sunday: 2-9pm

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We Are

Fashion Exhibition & Runway

by NY Chinese Designers & Artists

from Parsons, FIT, Pratt, SVA and NYU


Opening Reception:

Saturday, October 1, 2-10:30pm

Exhibition on View: ​October1- 9

Register here for free tickets.

We are our own temple.

Throughout history, across nearly all religions and cultures, there has always been the concept of a temple, a place to contemplate the purpose and meaning of life. Though we may not be religious or go to a physical temple, as artists and designers we draw inspiration from the “temple” of our inner selves to bring imagination and beauty into creation.

This exhibition will feature artwork and fashion collections from emerging Chinese artisans. The audience will have the opportunity to explore these artisan’s inner selves or “temples” by learning about the inspirations behind their artistic expression.


The main mission of this exhibition is to create more exposure for NY based Chinese artists in order to celebrate their culture and educate the public about their heritage.


This exhibition will represent diversity, inclusivity, cross-cultural values and faith. Through this unique visual and culture experience, visitors will be invited to reflect and explore their own internal temples during the exhibition.


Special Thanks To:

New School Chinese students and scholars Association (Sponsor)

Pratt Chinese Scholars and Students Association

SVA Chinese Students Organization

FIT Chinese Scholars and Students Association

The BLANC Art Space


Velvet.Co International

Studio N

Sunshine Dance NYC

Kola Superdeep(Shen Zhen)Fashion Product Design Ltd

Kepler Mission Design

The New Spanish Photography

On View: 

September 3 - 25, 2022

Opening Reception:

September 3, 5-9pm

Curated by Orestes González

Featuring perception-bending photography by:


Asunción Lozano

Antonio E. Ojeda

Francisco Uceda

Cristóbal C. Cassinello.


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Art to Wear

Workshop by Teng Teng

September 10, 2-5pm

A unique chance to create a miniature painting on a gold-plated frame to bring home with you to wear as jewelry or display as art. After you arrive, Artist Teng Teng will give you hands-on instruction on how to paint using the tiniest paint brush you've ever seen.

Feel free to come with or without ideas for what to paint! Artist Teng Teng will provide picture books and reference pictures to give you inspiration. When you're done drawing your mini painting, Teng Teng will show you ways you can wear it as jewelry. Feel free to hang out and mingle and see what everyone else is working on.

Read More and Buy Tickets:


Well Behaved

Expectations, Socialization & Gender

On View: August 4-28


Well Behaved is an analysis of society, gender, and the ways in which we navigate these social constructs or reject them all together. 
Gender plays a significant role in opportunity, lifestyle, and livelihood of which every individual experiences uniquely. Despite society’s preconceived notion that gender should be dichotomous, many exist inside, outside, and in-between. Join Culture Lab LIC as we explore the construction and deconstruction of such normative standards in this exhibition.

The 37 diverse artists explore the narrative in this exhibition. Works featured range from fine art, installation, holographic, and video. 
Curated by Emily Addison, CM Cancel, and Tess Howsam. 

Free to Be - In Celebration of Pride Month - Art Exhibit - Indoors - June 2 - July 31, 2022

Art Justice Cohort:

Being Seen

Celebrating the acceptance of all humanity.


The Cohort's 14 artists employ the impact of portraiture to take viewers on a journey through the lives of everyday people.

A free, indoor art exhibit.

On View: June 2-26

Opening Night:

Saturday, June 4, 6-9pm

Official Site:

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June 2, 6-9pm

In this session, informed by Gestalt Art Therapy, we will work with both body and mind, flowing between movement and visuals that offer tools for each person to expand their connection, to both self and other, by exploring the creative process and it's potential for deepening self understanding. If you don't know what this looks like, come and find out.


No experience in art-making of any kind is needed. Please bring water and wear comfortable clothes for movement.


The workshop will be guided by Blanche Ellis, a multidisciplinary artist and musician based in Barcelona, training in Gestalt Art Therapy.


Official Website:

Instagram: @BlancheEllisArt

Register for this free event:

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Opening Reception: April 30, 5-9pm
Live entertainment starts at 5pm

Exhibition on view: April 28 - May 30

Queens is home to the largest and most diverse artists community in NYC. This event will serve as a platform for the Queens artists community to share their work with the general public. For those interested in collecting art, art fairs are an excellent place to begin one's journey. At these events one can see a wide range of works in a short period of time. While some fairs focus on a specific type of artwork, such as photography, prints, or contemporary art, Culture Lab LIC will show a high quality mix of work. Come meet artists, socialize with the art community, and have a good time!

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See the Women

Indoor Art Event

May 29, 3-7pm

Join us as we showcase the work of women artists who took part in our See The Women workshop. Visitors will have the chance to make their own healing prayer beads. This event is free, with donations accepted. 

Tara Evonne Trudell is coming from New Mexico to host a three-day Karma Star Sisterheal Prayer Bead retreat for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. She is fiscally sponsored by here there and EVERYwhere, a NYC-based non-profit providing creative expression workshops for survivors of trauma. This retreat will help to rebuild community for individuals who lost support during the pandemic, and extend a hand to newly suffering members of the population. Retreat participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and heal together through bead making, ceremony, and more. Participation is invite-only, but please join us for the cumulative exhibition where we will share the work created in the workshop. Expect a special guest artist playing classical contemporary piano during the exhibition.

Culture Lab LIC will also have on view the Spring Affair exhibition, and live, outdoor music will be performed from 3:30 to 9pm, featuring C.J. Lee, Andrew Richards and The Joseph Herbst Big Band. Food and drinks will be available during this exhibition.

curated by Joshua Chiet
On View: March 31 - April 24
Opening Reception: April 2, 6-9pm
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Stemming from the works of American anthropologist Ernest Becker and Austrian psychoanalyst Otto Rank, and proposed by American social psychologists Jeff Greenberg, Sheldon Solomon, and Tom Pyszczynski, Terror Management Theory seeks to understand the basic psychological conflict in human beings arising from our unique awareness of the inevitibility of our own mortality coupled with our innate sense of self-preservation. This dissonance results in a constant potential for existential terror which is managed by an anxiety-buffering system consisting of shared culture, individual self-esteem, and close interpersonal relationships imparting a sense that one is a person of value living in a meaningful world.

While the management of this terror can often lead to defensive distortions of reality and the aggressive protection of one’s beliefs and self-esteem, consciously confronted death anxiety can be a gateway for positivity. As Apple founder Steve Jobs said in his 2005 Stanford University commencement address, "Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.”

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Queens College CUNY MFA
Annual 2022
Curated by Lilly Wei
On View: March 31 - April 24
Opening Reception: April 2, 6-9pm
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Re-reading Masters

An international Exhibition of Women in Art
Curated by Leda Prado

On view: March 3-27
Opening Reception: March 5, 6-8pm

RSVP for free tickets

Culture Lab LIC

5-25 46th Avenue Long Island City, NY (Map)

Gallery Hours: Thu-Sun 5-9pm


Itinerant Eyes

An Installation by
Tamana Araki

On view: March 3-27
Opening Reception: March 5, 6-8pm

RSVP for free tickets

Itinerant Eyes:  Pairs of round Mirrors project moving reflections of lights on the walls. When Tamana Araki lived in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas where many Mayan indigenous people live, it inspired her to create these mirrors-like eyes, spirits. Indigenous people believe that animals and nature have spirits.

Cages: An image of a cage came to her mind during the Covid pandemic lockdown. Araki has been exploring the theme of “Immigration” since 2019.  The former president’s administration’s action to separate immigrant families at the border and put them in detention centers, impacted her deeply as a mother who lived in Mexico for four and half years. A cage evokes containment and the structure of the border fence. Araki has travelled to El Paso, Texas and Ciudad de Juárez, Mexico to cross the U.S-Mexico border on foot. The sands that she collected at the both sides of the border was mixed into ceramic clay in the process of making the cages. All cages have an opening. Her experience of raising silkworm, observing the emergence of silk worm moths from the cocoon made an impact on the creation of this work.

"Migratory animals do not belong to countries. Humans divide the land by drawing the border. Sometimes national borders separate and contain. No one should threaten the lives of others as they cross the border."Tamana Araki /荒木珠奈

Tamana Araki /荒木珠奈 was born in Japan and studied art in Japan and Mexico. In 2012 she moved to New York, lives and now works in Long Island City, NY. Araki works in installations, etchings and small sculptures. She has had shows in galleries and museums in Japan, Mexico, Finland, Canada and the U.S.A.

Culture Lab LIC  5-25 46th Avenue Long Island City, NY (Map)  Gallery Hours: Thu-Sun 5-9pm


Judicators: Ebony Young, Emily Addison, and Luke Mannarino

Kamari Carter
Welket Bungué
Jenny Desrosiers
Marjani Jones
Terika Harris
Leslie Jean-Bart
Issa Ibrahim
Arthur Robinson
Leda Prado
Joane Buteau Dumont
Jalaa’a Brinsley 
Mark West
Gus Bennett
Sean Waltrous

This exhibition is about the multitudes of blackness. The breadth and depth of blackness, and in some cases not about it at all. This body of work is the bold, brazen, and a truly individual commentary of artists from all walks of life.

Exhibition on view: Feb 10 - March 27.

Opening reception: Feb 12, 6-9pm

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An exhibition in honor of Black History Month.


"Exploring the language and uses of photography, my work addresses the overlooked or hidden aspects of nature and the built environment. The cameraless technique I use, the photogram process, is associated with the early stages of photographic exploration and invention, a time of wonder at the possibilities of photography as a way of recording the world. The resulting images recall early botanical and medical prints, as well as contemporary architectural and scientific imaging such as blueprints, x-rays and scans." - Mary Pinto

Opening Reception:  Sat, Jan 8, 6-9pm

On view: Jan 6 - Feb 6

at Culture Lab LIC

in The Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, Queens, NY 11101 (Map)



Other Ways of Seeing

An exhibition of work by photographers and media artists of all genres who creatively use the Alternative Processes available today.

Curated by Orestes Gonzalez

and Pierre-Yves Linot

Opening Reception:  Sat, Jan 8, 6-9pm

On view: Jan 6 - Feb 6

at Culture Lab LIC

in The Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, Queens, NY 11101 (Map)


This is a photography based exhibition that explores the different technical methods of creating a photo impression. All techniques (except digital & analogue ) were allowed. This included, tintype, cyanotype, image transfers, chemigrams, albumen, bromoil, collage, and salt prints. We have a variety of printed surfaces that were used for printing, including fabric, metal, glass, wood, and even old dresses.

This international open call drew 200 entries, and 72 artists were selected based on creativity as well as variety. Artists from Argentina, Chile, Spain, France, The Netherlands, Germany, England, Scotland, Italy, and from 12 states are included in our show. But the largest group is from the NYC area, where the plethora of creative artists is most accessible to us at Culture Lab LIC. 

About The Curators

Orestes Gonzalez is a photo artist and curator based in New York. His work examines issues of nostalgia, family, and the economic and social forces that shape our lives today. Since 2008, he has curated over 21 exhibits, first at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery, and then independently, since 2012.

His curated exhibit, “Disruption”, opened at the Center for Photography at Woodstock in 2018, and is currently part of the “Migrations” exhibit at the Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College.

His work is in the public collections of the Perez Art Museum, Miami (PAM), The Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College, and in the book collections of The Metropolitan Museum NY, MoMA, & Duke University, among others. He lives in Long Island City, Queens, NY.



Pierre-Yves Linot is a New York-based photo artist and curator. His interest in social justice led him to create “Immigrant Song,” a project in response to the inhumanity of The United States' immigration policies. Using an alternative process, he transfers his portraits and still lifes to watercolor paper.

Pierre-Yves is also curator @todaysalternative on Instagram, and has curated exhibitions at Soho Photo Gallery and at the Shiva Gallery at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

His work has been exhibited in New York at Foley Gallery, Culture Lab/Plaxall Gallery, Photoville, Soho Photo Gallery, and the School of Visual Arts, as well as in Los Angeles, Paris, and Madrid.


The Affordable Holiday Art Fair

at The Plaxall Gallery (Map)

Produced by Culture Lab LIC

and Long Island City Artists

On View: Dec 2-23, 2021

Opening Reception: Dec 4, 6-9pm

Read LIC-A Press Release (pdf)

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Culture Lab LIC presents
Photoville Festival: Queens is Family
Curated by Orestes Gonzalez & Skyler Reid

On View: September 18 - December 1, 2021

Presented outdoors in the Plaxall Gallery parking lot.  (Map)

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For the first time in LIC, the Brooklyn-based Photoville Festival is including Culture Lab LIC in their annual photo festival.

The series, Queens is Family, takes advantage of our diverse ethnic mix, featuring Queens-based photographers from different backgrounds and ethnicities, all touching on subjects of family, friendship, loss, rituals and sacrifice.

Official site:


Salimah Ali
Jose Alvarado Jr
Kimberly J. Avalos
Kamal Badhey
Kisha Bari
Gisella Dionio
Orestes Gonzalez
Vanessa Gonzalez-Bunster
Kris Graves
Neil Kramer
Dean Majd
Erika Morillo
Beatriz Rodriguez
Griselda San Martin
Joey Solomon
AnRong Xu

Culture Lab LIC & HOLOCENTER present
SPACE:LIGHT Alternate Reality
An exhibition of light art and optical media


On View: October 2 - 31, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday October 2, 7-10pm at The Plaxall Gallery

This year’s SPACE:LIGHT has a theme centered on an Alternate Reality that each artist personally creates in tandem with additional versions of Realities perceived, installed, and displayed by fellow conceptualizers within the community of Light Art to challenge the bounds of space and time.

Curated by Rita Jiménez and Patrice Scott

Featuring works by:
Maximus Clarke, Valeria Divinorum, Nic Koller, Ksenia, Linda Loh, Sam Moree, Steve Pavlovsky, Geo Stadnik, Erin Taylor and Everything Good Studio (Rachel Ciaverella and Jack Kalish)

Official Site

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Culture Lab LIC Presents

LIC-A Members Showcase 2021

On View:  September 2 - 26, 2021 at the Plaxall Gallery (Map)

Opening Reception:  

Thursday, September 2, 6-8pm

Saturday, September 4, 2-6pm

This has been a time of re-evaluation for many artists, of a chance to experiment, perhaps, and create imagery reflective of the stressful past year. Artists are naturally gifted with the ability to visualize their thoughts and feelings and to communicate them without words.  We are pleased to present to the public this diverse and creative body of work by our members.

In person show curated by Jorge Posada

Online show curated by Carol Crawford

Exhibition coordinators: Nancy Bruno, Alexis Mendoza and Jon Garfield


Culture Lab LIC at the Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, LIC NY 11101

(entrance through the parking lot)

LICA Members Showcase 2021

Featured Artists:

Kimberly Abbott
Catherine Abrams
Monique Allain
Bonnie Astor
Janya Barlow
Aileen Bassis
Romen Baulin
J F Bautista
Dino Blanche
Michele Bonelli
Patricia Bouley
Evan Brown
Xan Cambeiro
Luzia Castaneda
Veronique Chalarca
Irene Christensen
Nicholas Christopher
Robert Convery
Marilee Cooper
Carol Crawford
Adrian DiMetriou

Lenuta Donikian

Eric Friedmann
Ayakoh Furukawa-Leonart
Tina Glavan
Yona Goldfaden
Jean-Marie Guyaux
Akwasi Gyambibi
Steven Harris
Sheila Hecht
Lori Horowitz
Amanda Ioco
Kaiser Kamal
Susan Kaplow
Paul Katcher
Karen Kirshner
June Kosloff
Saori Kurioka
Jonathan Lev
Jane Levy
Alice Lipping
Robert Lobe

Nancy Macina
Ellen Mandelbaum

Leda Maria
Donnelly Marks
Dianne Martin
Anthony Mavilia
LisaMaria Maya
Gail Meyers
Bruce Minson
Nancy Nieves
Francesca O’Malley
Lawrence O’Neill
Becca Olinger
Michael Padwee
Steven Palermo
Mark Pinckney
Jorge Posada
Michael Quintero
Robert Roher
Ashlee Romain
Nancy R. Rouse

Lori Sanford-Ross
Carmine Santaniello
Elinore Schnurr
James Seffens
Andrea Segatto
Jacqueline Sferra Rada
Hisayasu Takashio
Akemi Takeda
Therese Tan
Peter Tews
Preston Trombly
Rouska Valkova
Roussina Valkova
Samuel Varnedoe
Jemina Vita
Sandra Vucicevic
Jon Wagner
Andrew Wheatley
Kim Zack

Note: Due to the recent NYC vaccine mandate, all visitors to the gallery must wear a mask, be vaccinated and will be required to show proof of vaccination (CDC vaccine card, NYC COVID Safe Pass, NYS Excelsior Pass)

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Culture Lab LIC Presents
House of Mark West

August 2021 Showcase

July 29 - August 29, 2021 at the Plaxall Gallery (Map)

Opening Reception: July 31, 5-9pm. 

This show features a combination of paintings, photography, sculpture, and installation art from artists of color across New York City from the House of Mark West Artist Collective.


Each piece selected, ranging from abstract landscape and documentary-style photography, was driven by their unique cultural experiences. This showcase executes a contemporary blend of the Black and Brown diasporic experience, both locally and globally.


Featured Artists:

Karim Chambers

Sofeia Eddy

Mark West

Fiona Lee

Jeffrey Melo

Brenda Hayes


About the Team:

Mark West Center for the Arts (MWCA), also known as House of Mark West is a non-profit cultural art center, gallery and creative hub for artists across NYC. MWCA is black-owned and praised for catering primarily to Black, Brown, LGBTQ, disabled, and young (K-12) artists and creatives. Their mission is to  provide exposure and advocacy for underrepresented artists of all backgrounds. The House of Mark West will open a public museum highlighting African and Diasporic art located in NYC this Fall 2022.


Visit for more details.


PRIDE : A celebration of diversity, identity, and history

June 3 - July 25, 2021 at the Plaxall Gallery

In creating this exhibit, the word Pride was used as a base for inspiration and interpretation. It was designed to be taken literally, conceptually or theoretically. We chose strong, personal work that addresses the issues being discussed today, as well as projects that frame the historical struggles of the LGBTQ+ community and its increasing acceptance into the ever changing mainstream.


This dynamic group of visual artists mostly come from the New York City area, but also from across the country, as well as from Argentina, Taiwan, Cuba, Spain, Venezuela and India.


It is a true representation of the diversity we strive for in our Queens community, and to a wider, more altruistic extent, in our country.



Alex Pigeon

Bradley Hoseley

Carmelo Amenta

Cassi Alexandra

Christopher Stout

Cristina Velasquez

Daniel Alvarado

Dan Halm

David De Lira

David Wes White

Edward Gia

Elianel Clinton

Erika Kapin

Frances Bukovsky


Friends of David and Tom: (Anita Vitale, Cynthia Carr, Gracie Mansion, Jean Foos, Judy Glantzman,

Virginia Hourigan)


Gilberto Ruiz

Ismario Rodríguez

Ivana Larrosa

Jacob Grumulaitis

Jacqueline Silberbush

Jade Palmiotti

JaLeel Porcha

James Falciano

Jamie Ho

Jenna Petrone

Jesse Egner

Joe Klaus

Joel Handorff

Joey Regan

John Hanning

Jonathan Virginia Green

Jorge Mónaco

José Rafael Perozo

Joseph Radoccia

Joshua Tarplin

Keavy Handley-Byrne

Kelsey Sucena

Luisa Madrid

Mariette Pathy Allen

Michael Svizzero

Michela Griffo

Natalia L. Rudychev

Nicholas Loffredo

Nick Simko

Orestes Gonzalez

Pankaj Dahalia

Patricia Dahlman

Pierce Sapper

Rachael Warner

Raul De Lara

Ryan Aasen

Vincent CY Chen

Yorgos Efthymiadis

Zachary Francois

Orestes Gonzalez, Director of Photographic Programming at Culture Lab, Orestes Gonzalez is a photo artist and curator based in New York.


His photography work relates to issues of nostalgia, family and the political and economic forces changing our country. He has curated over 20 photography shows since 2008, first at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery in LIC, then independently, since 2012.


His curated exhibit “Disruption”, opened at the Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) in 2018.


Orestes has shown extensively in the US and Latin America, and is in the collections of The Perez Art Museum, Miami, and the book collections of The NY Metropolitan Museum, and The Museum of Modern Art, New York, among others.



Culture Lab LIC

Artists in Residency Exhibition 2021

May 1 - 30, 2021

Culture Lab is proud to present an indoor exhibition of work produced in 2020 by our resident artists

All visitors must wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines.

The Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, LIC, NY 11101 (Map)

Gallery Hours: Thursday: 5-9pm

Friday: Closed

Saturday & Sunday: 2-9pm


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March 25 - April 25, 2021

at The Plaxall Gallery

Opening Reception:

Friday March 26, 5-9pm


Chao Wang

Stewart Bird

Jerry Chan


Jackie Stanley

Meirav Zaks

Allie Stabile

Jinyong Choi

Emmett Metier

Kosuke Kawahara

Download Exhibition Catalogue (PDF)

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All visitors must wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines.

The Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, LIC, NY 11101

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An exhibition of new art

by Karen Fitzgerald

January 3 - February 7, 2021

at The Plaxall Gallery

Karen Fitzgerald’s solo exhibition 'What The Light Saw" features 30 round, gilded paintings produced with an initial layer of Venetian plaster. 

Viewing hours are Fridays, 6-9pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 12-5pm.

Join us for an opening reception on Jan. 9 from 12- 5pm.

A reservation is required for all in-person visits to the gallery.

Get a free timed ticket:

All visitors must wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines.

The Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, LIC, NY 11101

Gallery Hours: Fridays, 6-9pm Saturdays and Sundays, 12-5pm 


The HoloCenter & Culture Lab LIC present

December 3 – 27, 2020

at The Plaxall Gallery

Artist installations that experiment with light as a material and medium.

Artists include: Emily Andersen,  Ed Bear,  Blinn & Lambert,  Julian Day & Kamari Carter, Rachel Guardiola,  Emma Hendry,  Jess Holz,  Rita Jimenez,  Shohei Katayama, Nooshin Rostami and Evan Voelbel.


Curated by Jonathan Sims.

All illumination will emanate from the artworks that include experimental projection, neon, ultraviolet, stereoscopy, and other manipulations of light.

Virtual Opening Thursday December 3 at 7pm with a streamed experimental audiovisual performance by Testu Collective 

The Plaxall Gallery

5-25 46th Ave, LIC, NY 11101

Gallery Hours: Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 5-9pm 

To book your free, timed entry, and to access the audio guide, visit:

PAST EXHIBITIONS (2016 - Early 2020)

2/20/-3/15/2020    Back to the Table  - Nancy Bruno


2/20/-3/15/2020    Claytopian New York - Matt Nolen


1/16/-2/16/2020    Six Prespectives   -  Chuck Baker, LiC-A Member


1/16/-2/16/2020    Dreamscapes - Carol Crawford, LiC-A QCA 


1/16/-2/16/2020    Life Interrupted -  Orestes Gonzalez


11/7/2019-1/12/2020   Off the Wall  - Norma Homberg


10/17-11/17/2019    Space:Light    Holo Center     Martina Mrongovius


10/17-11/3/2019    LIC Fear III Visiting Death     LiC-A Board Member     Tessa Kennedy


9/5/-10/13/2019    Creative Mosaic    QCA / Knockdown Center    Osman Can Yerebakan


7/25/-9/1/19    Rinascimento Femminile     Nancy Macina


7/25/-9/1/19    Unbridled     LiC-A Member    Jaime Bautista


7/25/-8/25/19    Crashing the Party    Sculptors Guild     Barbara O'Brien


6/19/19 - 7/21/19  Urban Dance    LiC-A Member    Orestes Gonzalez


6/19/19 - 7/21/19    Welcome to the Multiverse      Janet Rutkowski


6/19/19 - 7/21/19    Summer Salon    LiC-A Member/ Ward Nasse Gallery    Leda Maria


5/15/19 - 6/16/19    LiC-A Members Showcase    LIC ARTS OPEN  Zoran Crnkovic


5/15/19 - 6/18/19    Plastique    Plaxall    Plastique 


4/11/19 - 5/12/19    Drink Me, Taste Me    LiC-A Staff    Norma Homberg

4/11/19 - 5/12/19    Inexcusable/Cristian Pietrapiana


4/11/19 - 5/12/19    Faces / Michael Connors


4/11/19 - 5/12/19    High School to Art School/QCA    QCA / Knockdown Center    Kelly Olshan

4/11/19 - 5/12/19    PS/IS 78 Middle School Showcase    PS/IS 78 PTA    Amber Keen

3/7/19 - 4/7/19    Rebirth / Luzia Castaneda  


3/7/19 - 4/7/19    Inside Out    Flushing Interfaith Council/ Fountain House Gallery


3/7/19 - 4/7/19    Women in Art    LiC-A Member    Leda Maria


3/7/19 - 4/7/19    Dream Again    Norma Homberg

2/7/19 - 3/3/19    Towards Light and Color   Celia Andre, LiC-A Member      

2/7/19 - 3/3/19    Pairings    Nancy Gesimondo, LiC-A Member/Board Member 

2/7/19 - 3/3/19    LICentric    Norma Homberg, LiC-A Staff

2/7/19 - 3/3/19    Fuxico       Anna Pillow/Julia Equi, LiC-A Member

12/6/18 - 2/3/19    Off the Wall   Nancy Macina, LiCA Member

11/16/18 - 12/9/18    Fall Salon    Tessa Kennedy, LiC-A Member

11/8/18 - 12/2/18    Politics of Space    Ginger Andro    Caroline Bergonzi    Colin Chase

10/4/-11/4/18    Manipulated Life    Edjo Wheeler,  LiC-A Staff


10/4/-11/4/18    LIC Fear Returns   Tessa Kennedy,  Jason Artiga


10/30/-9/30/18    Fever    Franco Repetto,  Ivana Larrosa


10/30/-9/30/18    Unnatural Selection  Craig Norton


10/30/-9/30/18    My White Dress        Diana Bejarno            

9/8/-9/30/18    Flushing Bound   Nancy Gesimondo,  Carol Crawford

7/4/-8/26/18    Yours, And Always Yours    Sharon Taylor,   Tana Sirois      

7/4/ -8/19/18    Tony Vaccaro: Orphan to Photography      

7/4/ -8/26/18    Summer Postcard Show          

6/9/-1/15/18    Rock, Paper, Scissors     Nancy Gesimondo 

6/23/-6/30/18  Real Sex   Dana Stirling  

6/23/-6/30/18    Place Title Here        Dana Stirling 

6/23/-6/30/18    Teen Art Salon: "Twenty Under 20"        Isabella Bustamante

5/16/-6/3/18    LiCA Spring Member Showcase     Edjo Wheeler    

4/13/- 5/13/18  Escape Velocity    Edjo Wheeler    

4/13/- 5/13/18    A Fresh Civility     John Yau  

3/3/-4/8/18    Then She Did  Lori Zimmer    Melissa McCaig-Welles  

3/3/-4/1/18    Eileen Coyne Solo Show    Solo member show  

3/3/-4/1/18    Women in Art 2018        Leda Maria  

12/9/17-2/30/18    Winter Sculpture Show     LiC-A Member        

11/18-12/31/17    Fall Salon Show    LIC Arts Open    Tess Kennedy       

11/4/-12/4/17    Art From the City's Hearts    LiC-A Member    Edjo Wheeler         

11/4/-11/12/17    Hundred Years     Elena Sarni        

10/5/-10/31/17    LIC Fear      Tess Kennedy,  Jason 

8/31/-10/1/17    Making Connections     Elizabeth Hoy     

6/17/-7/10/17    Beach Elements IV     Nancy Gesimondo      

5/18/-7/16/17    Walk With Light     Tess Kennedy

4/11/-5/11/17    Spring Members Showcase      


12/22/2016    LIC-A Winter Gala   

016  LiCA 2016 Members Art Show    Edjo Wheeler

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