The group exhibition “2 0 2 0” takes place at Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven, CT from April 25 through May 26, 2019. Among the artists exhibiting are Paul Berger of Newtown, Phyllis Crowley of New Haven, and Catherine Vanaria of New Fairfield who have exhibited at The Gallery at Still River Editions. There is an opening reception on Sunday, April 28 from 3 pm - 6 pm (with a panel discussion on “Dialogue in a Time of Discord” at 3 pm and moderated by Leah Andelsmith of The Arts Paper).
From the gallery website - “2 0 2 0 – What do these numbers call to mind? Impeccable eyesight? Fully knowledgeable hindsight? A prophetic projection of foresight? Or perhaps a particular year in the near future that looms large in the mind's eye? Forty-seven artists respond.”
Participating artists are: Ana Henriques, Anne Doris-Eisner, Barbara Phoenix, Beef Young, Brit J. Oie, Cathy Vanaria, Dan Gries, Daniel Eugene, David Kuehler, Diane Chandler, Douglas Deveny, Elizabeth Helling, Eric March, Hank Paper, Hilary Opperman, Holly Whiting, Howard Margules, Janet Warner, Jeanne Ciravolo, Jessica Zamachaj, Joan Jacobson-Zamore, Julie Fraenkel, Kate Henderson, Kim Weston, Lisa Toto, Marjorie Wolfe, Mark Battista, Mark St. Mary, Marsha Borden, Marta Machabeli, Martha Savage, Michael Quirk, Molly Gambardella, Nathan Flis, Paul Berger, Penrhyn E. Cook, Phyllis Crowley, Ricardo Dominguez, Robert Bienstock, R.F Wilton, Roy Money, Steven Wade, Tom Edwards, Werner Sun, William Canosa, Yaron Rosner, Zoe Matthiessen
Kehler Liddell Gallery is located at 873 Whalley Avenue, New Haven in the neighborhood of Westville.