Current Art Show

“It’s Time”

June 18 – July 14

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 22, 4-8 p.m.

Chroma Fine Art Gallery is honored to present “It’s Time”, a solo exhibition devoted to the work of V.L. Cox. The exhibition showcases an array of the thought- provoking, mixed-media sculptures for which the artist is known.

Cox uses her art as a vehicle to promote social justice. She mines the complex narratives of American history to probe issues of racism, homophobia, misogyny, and religious opportunism. By blending personal experience with historical facts and national events, she invites viewers to consider how our shared past shapes the present and informs the future. Some of the works on display are from Cox’s End Hate Project, for which the artist is arguably best known. In a statement about End Hate, Cox says she hopes the work, “engages viewers responsibly in a dialogue no matter how uncomfortable.“ The gravity and unflinching directness of Cox’s sculptures is palpable when experienced in person, and Chroma provides the perfect venue to do so.

“In light of the upcoming presidential election, it is important to remind people of our country’s history.” explains curator Rita Baunok. “The actions we take now will have a direct impact of the future. We need to collectively decide – where do we want to go?”

It’s Time runs from June 18 through July 14. The opening reception, scheduled to coincide with the Katonah ArtWalk, will be held on Saturday, June 22 from 4:00 – 8:00pm. All are invited to attend.

Artists:
V.L. Cox

Current Art Show

“It’s Time”

June 18 – July 14

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 22, 4-8 p.m.

Chroma Fine Art Gallery is honored to present “It’s Time”, a solo exhibition devoted to the work of V.L. Cox. The exhibition showcases an array of the thought- provoking, mixed-media sculptures for which the artist is known.

Cox uses her art as a vehicle to promote social justice. She mines the complex narratives of American history to probe issues of racism, homophobia, misogyny, and religious opportunism. By blending personal experience with historical facts and national events, she invites viewers to consider how our shared past shapes the present and informs the future. Some of the works on display are from Cox’s End Hate Project, for which the artist is arguably best known. In a statement about End Hate, Cox says she hopes the work, “engages viewers responsibly in a dialogue no matter how uncomfortable.“ The gravity and unflinching directness of Cox’s sculptures is palpable when experienced in person, and Chroma provides the perfect venue to do so.

“In light of the upcoming presidential election, it is important to remind people of our country’s history.” explains curator Rita Baunok. “The actions we take now will have a direct impact of the future. We need to collectively decide – where do we want to go?”

It’s Time runs from June 18 through July 14. The opening reception, scheduled to coincide with the Katonah ArtWalk, will be held on Saturday, June 22 from 4:00 – 8:00pm. All are invited to attend.

Artists:
V.L. Cox

Previous Art Shows

Conlangs: 5/14/2024 - 6/16/2024
Ripples: 4/16/2024 - 5/12/2024
WildLife-events
WildLife: 3/19/2024 - 4/14/2024
El Paseo: 2/21/2024 - 3/17/2024
promise-events
Promises: 1/30/2024 - 2/18/2024
captured-events
Captured: 1/7/2024 - 1/28/2024
sagillaria2-event
Sigillaria 2: 12/5/2023 - 1/7/2024
reiteration-events
Reiteration: 11/7/2023 - 12/3/2023
revelry-event-chroma
Revelry: 10/17/2023 - 11/5/2023
tempo-events
Tempo: 9/19/2023 - 10/15/2023
beyond-small-icon
Beyond: 8/18/2023 - 9/17/2023
Glow: 7/18/2023 - 8/13/2023
porta-di-giobbi
Porta di Giobbi: 6/20/2023 - 7/16/2023
MonoChroma: 5/16/2023 - 6/18/2023
untamed
Untamed: 4/18/2023 - 5/14/2023
Le Printemps: 3/14/2023 - 4/16/2023
homage-social1
Homage: 2/7/2023 - 3/12/2023
Graphicacy: 1/10/2023 - 2/5/2023
sigillaria-small-events
Sigillaria: 12/6/2022 - 1/8/2023
passage-icon
Passage: 11/8/2022 - 12/4/2022
Wild+Free: 10/18/2022 - 11/6/2022
Azure: 9/20/2022 - 10/16/2022
tuned-thumbnail
Tuned: 8/23/2022 - 9/18/2022
it-was-once-eventsicon
It Was Once: 7/19/2022 - 8/14/2022
Bliss
Bliss: 6/22/2022 - 7/17/2022
hypotheticals-show-thumb
Hypotheticals: 5/17/2022 - 6/19/2022
by-nature-cover
By Nature: 4/19/2022 - 5/15/2022
jill-freedman-show-thumb
Jill Freedman: Hello+Goodbye 3/15/2022 - 4/17/2022
Apricity: 2/15/2022 - 3/13/2022
Revealed: 1/11/2022 - 2/13/2022
tranquil-show
Tranquil: 12/7/2021 - 1/9/2022
Reverberations: 11/16/2021 - 12/5/2021
pastiche-show
Pastiche: 10/19/2021 - 11/14/2021
Confluences: 9/14/2021 - 10/17/2021

Previous Art Shows

Conlangs: 5/14/2024 - 6/16/2024
Ripples: 4/16/2024 - 5/12/2024
WildLife-events
WildLife: 3/19/2024 - 4/14/2024
El Paseo: 2/21/2024 - 3/17/2024
promise-events
Promises: 1/30/2024 - 2/18/2024
captured-events
Captured: 1/7/2024 - 1/28/2024
sagillaria2-event
Sigillaria 2: 12/5/2023 - 1/7/2024
reiteration-events
Reiteration: 11/7/2023 - 12/3/2023
revelry-event-chroma
Revelry: 10/17/2023 - 11/5/2023
tempo-events
Tempo: 9/19/2023 - 10/15/2023
beyond-small-icon
Beyond: 8/18/2023 - 9/17/2023
Glow: 7/18/2023 - 8/13/2023
porta-di-giobbi
Porta di Giobbi: 6/20/2023 - 7/16/2023
MonoChroma: 5/16/2023 - 6/18/2023
untamed
Untamed: 4/18/2023 - 5/14/2023
Le Printemps: 3/14/2023 - 4/16/2023
homage-social1
Homage: 2/7/2023 - 3/12/2023
Graphicacy: 1/10/2023 - 2/5/2023
sigillaria-small-events
Sigillaria: 12/6/2022 - 1/8/2023
passage-icon
Passage: 11/8/2022 - 12/4/2022
Wild+Free: 10/18/2022 - 11/6/2022
Azure: 9/20/2022 - 10/16/2022
tuned-thumbnail
Tuned: 8/23/2022 - 9/18/2022
it-was-once-eventsicon
It Was Once: 7/19/2022 - 8/14/2022
Bliss
Bliss: 6/22/2022 - 7/17/2022
hypotheticals-show-thumb
Hypotheticals: 5/17/2022 - 6/19/2022
by-nature-cover
By Nature: 4/19/2022 - 5/15/2022
jill-freedman-show-thumb
Jill Freedman: Hello+Goodbye 3/15/2022 - 4/17/2022
Apricity: 2/15/2022 - 3/13/2022
Revealed: 1/11/2022 - 2/13/2022
tranquil-show
Tranquil: 12/7/2021 - 1/9/2022
Reverberations: 11/16/2021 - 12/5/2021
pastiche-show
Pastiche: 10/19/2021 - 11/14/2021
Confluences: 9/14/2021 - 10/17/2021