Since its formation, the Sculptors Alliance has enjoyed an active exhibition history at a variety of galleries and alternative spaces in and around New York City. 

 

Past EXHIBITIONs

 


Metal—A Sculpture Exhibit

SEPT. 8 to OCT. 1, 2017

7B Nolan Park
Governor’s Island, NYC

Curated by
Natsuki Takauji & Anne Stanner

About the Exhibit:

This exhibit explores a range of 3D concepts and forms of sculpture that are edgy and expressive. The medium is metal: sculptures can be all metal or incorporate metal as part of the materials used. 

The exhibit will be juried by a jury committee: a guest juror, Natsuki Takauji, a visual artist, and Anne Stanner, President of Sculptors Alliance. The jury committee will select the artworks and the prize winners.
 

Exhibiting Artists:

Marc Bratman
Valerie Brochard
Marcy Chevali
Bruna D'Alessandro
Carole Halle
Lida Hamber
Markus Holtby
Eunjin Kim
Sean Landau
Haksul Lee
Geoffrey Owen Miller
Marco Palli
Basha Ruth Nelson
Chris Pietsch
Renata Pugh
Anna Kuchel Rabinowitz
Annesofie Sandal
Trudi Schleifer
Chuck von Schmidt
Ciara Stack
Anne Stanner
Annette Tacconelli
Patricia Talbot
Damien Vera

2016

GO FIGURE

GOVERNOR’S ISLAND, NYC, NOLAN PARK HOUSE 19A

A juried sculpture exhibit, organized by the Sculptors Alliance, opened in June at the popular art destination Governors Island. The human figure has been an abiding subject of sculpture since prehistoric times. This exhibit explored a range of 3D concepts and forms of figurative sculpture that were edgy, expressive, and non-academic.

The exhibit was juried by David C. Terry, independent curator, as well as the Director and Curator of Grants and Exhibitions at New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). 

 

2015

Governors Island. “Speaking Volumes…and Voids,” curated by Anne Stanner

2011

Tompkins Square Library Gallery, “Sculptors Circle at Tompkins Square,” curated by Anne Stanner

2010

Tompkins Square Library Gallery, “Then and Now: 30th Anniversary,” curated by Anne Stanner

2006

The Ernest Rubenstein Gallery at the Educational Alliance, “Break the Mold: Honoring Walt Zucker” (Master Mold Maker & Sculptor), Co-sponsored with the Educational Alliance Art School; Curated by Barbara Lubliner and featuring works by Walt Zucker, Kiki Smith, Tom Otterness, Sidney Simon, Aileen Fields, Meryl Meisler,

2004

The Orchard Street Gallery, Board of Directors Exhibit: Introducing Sculptors Alliance to the Lower East Side Neighborhood

2002

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, “Sculpture at Cork Gallery”

2001

The Ernest Rubenstein Gallery at the Educational Alliance, “Tradition”

2000

Broome Street Gallery, “Sculptors Alliance, 20th Anniversary: 20-Y2K”

1999

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, “Cork Works”

1997

Lever House Lobby, “Form”

1996

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Atlantic Gallery, “Celebration!: The 15th Anniversary Show”

1995

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, “A Salute to the Performing Arts”

1994

Merkin Concert Hall Gallery, “In the Spirit of Bezalel”

Pace University Gallery, “On the Wall”

The Ernest Rubenstein Gallery at the Educational Alliance, “New Images”

1993

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

1992

The Ernest Rubenstein Gallery at the Educational Alliance

The Gallery, Cardozo Law School

The Pen & Brush Club

1991

Jacob K. Javits Federal Building Lobby

1990

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, “The Performing Arts”

Mari Gallery of Westchester, Mamaroneck, NY

1989

Grace Building Lobby, “Tribute to Chaim Gross”

1988

Lever House Lobby, “Rite of Spring"

1987

Grace Building Lobby

Lincoln Saving Bank, Madison Avenue Branch

Congregation of Mt. Sinai, Brooklyn, NY

1986

Jacob K. Javits Federal Building, “Tribute to the Statue of Liberty”

1985

Lever House Lobby

Congregation of Mt. Sinai, Brooklyn, NY

1984

New York University, Graduate School of BusinessGrace Building Lobby

1983

Bankers Trust Company Lobby

1981

Jacob K. Javits Federal Building Lobby

1980

Lever House Lobby

 

(All Exhibits are in New York City unless otherwise noted)