Garvey Simon is pleased to announce Select 2, the second annual exhibition featuring work by eight mid-career artists chosen by director Elizabeth K. Garvey from the gallery’s innovative Review Program launched last year. This year’s artists are: Pokey Alrutz, Kim Carlino, Kathy Levine, Shona MacDonald, Robert Stuart, Leonard Sussman, Kate Walker, and Sung Won Yun. click here.





Twenty-five accomplished artists invite the public into their homes and studios during the weekend of November 12-13, 2016 from 11 am to 5 pm. Visitors have the opportunity to meet and talk with the artists about their work as well as purchase art. Many of the studios host several artists and are located in century-old Victorian houses surrounded by gardens and tree-lined streets, all are within walking distance of each other in this free self-guided open studios tour.

For a printable PDF copy of the map for the Flatbush Artists Open Studios, click here.





Viridian Artists, Chelsea, NYC is pleased to present “Internal Politics: Great Expectations”, a Photographic & Mixed Media Invitational curated by Vernita Nemec.
"But what are our “Internal Politics” and our “Great Expectations”? Perhaps those politics concern one’s secret wishes about reality or what reality should be – our personal politics and how we respond to the world around us with images rather than with our voices."
To read the entire press release for the exhibit, please visit

Artists in exhibit:
* Wally Gilbert * Deborah Sudran * John Nieman * Alan Gaynor * Susan Sills * Kathleen King * Michael Miller * Barbara K Schwartz * May DeViney * Arthur Dworin * Bob Tomlinson * Arlene Finger * Fred Gutzeit * Angela LaMonte * Jackie Inglefield * Suzanne Morlock * Carolyn Applegate * Bryan Smith * Elizabeth Ginsberg * Marcia Bernstein * Robert Cenedella * Scott Kulok * Barnaby Ruhe * Julia Healy * Jenny Brown * Sam Wiener * N’Cognita * Emmanuel Monzon * Margery Appelbaum * Kathy Levine * Lynne Mayocole * David Yendes * Len Rosenfeld * Alex Woodhouse * Irene Christensen * Ed Herman * Cheryl Vlachos * Deborah Beck * Jackie Lima * Norma Greenwood *





The Flatbush Artists group is pleased to announce its fifth Open Studio Tour which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 17th and Sunday, Oct. 18th, 2015 from 11am to 5pm in Ditmas Park, one of New York City’s most architecturally interesting and historic neighborhoods. A group of 29 exceptionally talented contemporary artists will welcome visitors into their homes and studios, most of which are located in century-old Victorian houses surrounded by gardens and tree-lined streets. Many of the studios will host several artists and are within walking distance of each other. Previous tours have attracted hundreds of visitors each day to this free event.

Visitors will have the chance to both see and collect art as well as talk to the artists about their work. Some of the artists will also give demonstrations. For more information and to see images and bios of the artists, visit Brochures with maps are available online and at the shops and restaurants along Church Avenue, Cortelyou Road and Newkirk Avenue.





2015 Small Works Invitational
Blue Mountain Gallery
July 7 - 25, 2015
Reception: Thursday July 9, 5-8 pm

In this summer’s Small Works Invitational 2015, Blue Mountain Gallery will present small paintings by artists who have been invited by our own gallery artists to exhibit. The reception for the artists is Thursday July 9th from 5 to 8 pm.

As one of New York’s longest running and best known artist run galleries, Blue Mountain always presents exciting discoveries in its invitational exhibitions, and this year’s show will be a welcome addition to the many attractions in the area this summer. The gallery is Located steps from the High Line in the heart of Chelsea’s gallery district at 530 West 25th Street.



530 W. 25th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10001 | Phone: 646.486.4730





548 WEST 28th STREET between 10th & 11th Ave., NEW YORK, NY, 10001
TEL 212-414-4040
Art from Detritus: 20th Anniversary Invitational
March 3 – April 4, 2015
Reception: Thursday, March 5, 6-8PM

The exhibit “Art of Detritus: Recycling with Imagination" features fine art from cast-off materials created by professional artists from throughout the world. The heart of this exhibit is the message of the three R's: Reduce/Reuse/Recycle. The Art From Detritus Exhibition is a juried competition for dynamic, inventive and provocative work created from a multitude of materials that would have been discarded if not rescued for art making.

Selected artists: Marcia Bernstein * Taisha Brehaut * Valentina Celada * Ursula Clark * May DeViney * Fred Gutzeit * Sandra Guze * Ed Herman * Elizabeth Featherstone Hoff * Kathleen King * Bernice Sokol Kramer * Iris Lavy * Lee Lee * Kathy Levine * Lynne Mayocole * Sharon Moodie * Garry Noland * Peggy Noland * Carol Quint * Norman Reid * Diane Root * Leonard Rosenfeld * Helaine Soller * Renata Stein * Stephen Soreff * Suprina *Judy Thomas * Sam Weiner * Larry Zdeb * Philip Zuchman
Curated by Vernita Nemec, artist/curator, the first Detritus Exhibition was conceived in 1993 & over the years has received funding from The Puffin Foundation, the Kaufmann Foundation and the National Recycling Coalition. Since then, there have been more than a dozen Detritus exhibitions through out the U.S. You can see information and images of past Detritus shows at




You are invited to visit my studio on November 15th and 16th from 11 am to 5 pm at 1408 Ditmas Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
On view, will be paintings, sculptures and photographic works of mine on recycled cast paper along with Christine Newman’s pastel drawings and modular, sequential paintings. Our work looks at the natural world in visually new and thought provoking ways.

To see a map with the locations of all the artists taking part in this Open Studios event click here.


Last summer using recycled paper, I cast a large tree in Prospect Park that fell during Hurricane Sandy.
Currently, I’m painting three of the sections that I cast from the six foot stump of the tree.
To see more of the casting part of the project, scroll down below the Contemporary Art Fair announcement.




We are pleased to announce that there will be 78 exhibitors participating in the spring 2014 edition of the Affordable Art Fair NYC. Surveying the entire globe, this fair brings 27 galleries from the New York City area, 16 from the rest of the US and Canada, 28 from Europe, five from Asia & Australia, and two from South America. Kathy Levine's paintings, photo-reliefs and archival prints will be on exhibit and for sale at the Julio Valdez Studio booth at the Affordable Art Fair from April 2 -6, 2014.

Affordable Art Fair NYC
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)

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Eleven pieces by Kathy Levine were selected to be in the first Red Wall Gallery exhibition at the 2013 Contemporary Art Fair in the Jacob Javits Center.
The location of the Red Wall Gallery is in the entrance to the Javits Center North on 11th Avenue and 39th Street in Manhattan.

The hours for the Fair are: Friday, Oct. 25, 12pm -7pm; Saturday, Oct. 26, 10am-7pm; Sunday Oct. 27, 10am - 4pm.
The Opening Reception will take place on Friday, Oct. 25th, 5-7 pm.
To see the work of the Participating Artists in the Contemporary Art Fair visit the Contemporary Art Fair NYC website.

I began casting a large tree in Prospect Park that fell during Hurricane Sandy on May 10, 2013. The tree is being cast in sections using recycled paper. It's located a little north of the Vanderbilt Playground just off of Prospect Park Southwest. This tree because of it's size and relatively intact nature, inspired me to create a piece of art about it. To find out more about this project and the days that I'll be working on it in the park, email me at kathylevine1 at gmail


APRIL 19-28, 2013

Kathy Levine will be participating in Appearances 2013, the international eco-art festival, now in its third year. This year, thanks to the Trustees of the Reservation we have use of the 17 acre Dunes Edge Eco-Campgrounds with 100 camping sites . Artists will be able to gather, exchange ideas and camp! During APPEARANCES the campground will be transformed into a sculpture park and play host to a wide range of events.


Art From the Boros
November 15, 2012 - January 5, 2013
Opening Reception November 15, 5 - 9PM
Closing Party December 20, 6 - 8PM

Denise Bibro Fine Art is excited to share a fresh, unique opportunity to view untapped talent just within our backyards. Art From the Boros will be on view November 15 through January 5, 2013. From some five hundred submissions for an open call for talented unaffiliated artists in all the Boros, Denise Bibro Fine Art narrowed the pool to some fifty artists. Subsequently we pounded the pavements, including studios in Williamsburg, by the water in Redhook, and the old Army Terminal in Gowanus, Bed Stuyvesant, Crown Heights, Ditmas Park, Long Island City, and Astoria, just to name a few to narrow our pickings to thirty six artists. Click here to view the page on our website.
These thirty plus artists' works are diverse in mediums, social and aesthetic content. They come from diverse socio and economic backgrounds. Regardless of their histories, upbringings and economic circumstance they persevere and reveal their New York environment. Art is one of their primary focuses and concerns. In this exhibition you will see both bought and recycled materials, drawing to the max, various examples of collaged and assemblage materials, works with political and social content and more.


Wayne Adams, Christopher Arabadjis, LaThoriel Badenhausen, Jaclyn Brown, Kenneth Burris, Glenn Fischer, Julia Forrest, Kyle Gallup, Emma Gluckman, Ellen Grossman, Bernard Klevickas, Rachel Kohn, Luiza Kurzyna, David Lavine, Deanna Lee, Kathy Levine, Anthony Locane, David Maddy, Mike Nemire, Leah Oates, Carolyn Oberst, Iviva Olenick, Yupin Pramotepipop, Elizabeth Riley, Suzanne Scott, Viviane Silvera, Barry Steely, Jeff Sundheim, Soonae Tark, Tyrome Salvatore Tripoli, Matthew Trygve Tung, Susan Tunick, Katie Urban, Jackie Weisberg, Jesse Lee Wilson, Jennifer Young

For more information, or to request high resolution images, contact us at 212.647.7030, or visit Gallery hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 11AM - 6PM.


Denise Bibro Fine Art
529 West 20th Street, 4W
New York, NY 10011
212 647 7030
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I was one of over 1800 Brooklyn-based artists who opened their studios to the public during the GO Brooklyn Art: Open Studio Weekend on September 8 and 9, 2012. Visitors registered as voters nominated 3 artists for inclusion in a group show at the Brooklyn Museum. Museum Curators selected work from the 10 artists with the most voter nominations to be in an exhibition which opened at the Brooklyn Museum on December 1, 2012.

My Artist Profile Page can still be seen at: to get an idea of what was on view in my studio at that time.
To find out more about GO, visit:

For more information about the Flatbush Artistis Studio Tour, go to:
Click here to download the map in .PDF format.

Personal. Spaces an exhibition in conjunction with CURATE NYC
Exhibition dates: December 10 – 31, 2011

Curate NYC 2011 was a series of juried exhibitions and an online platform to heighten exposure and opportunities for New York City’s visual artists. Five galleries were selected, one from each borough, to curate and host an exhibition of submitted work selected from artists living in New York. CROSSING ART was chosen as the representative gallery for Queens.

Featured artists: Niv Rozenberg, Soo Im Lee, Benjamin S. Jones, Brian Dupont, Francine LeClercq, Shi Ying Vicki Yang, Laura Hughes, Kirsti Itameri, Anton Cabaleiro, Kathy Levine, Charlotte Knoxx, June Kim, Brian T. Silak, Sung Jin Oh, Adrian Viajero Roman, Hans van Meeuwen, Chambliss Giobbi and Hyo Jeong Nam.

For additional information, please contact the gallery at 212-359-4333 or
136-17 39th Avenue, Ground Floor (Main Street & 39th Avenue) Flushing, NY 11354


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32 Works/17 Artists/
6 Mediums/1 Borough


Z Space Gallery is very excited to bring you another year of art starting with the Z Space Brooklyn Art Festival.  17 Artists with 17 different styles and points of view are featured in a group exhibition that refuses to be categorized except that its artists all call Brooklyn home.  On exhibit will be 32 paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures that serve as a sampling of art being created in Brooklyn today.  See you there!

Zelda Weiss, Irvin Stafford and Jack Franco, Co-Directors.

Z Space Gallery is in

Zelda's Art World at
2291 Nostrand Ave
Between Ave I - Ave J
Sun 10am-5pm
Mon-Thu 10am-6pm
Fri 10am-3pm
Closed Saturday

Subway: 2 or 5 train

to Flatbush Avenue

then 2 blocks South

Find out more at 
Above: Rugby Road/Ditmas Avenue Root by Kathy Levine, oil paint and photo-transfers on recycled recycled cast paper, 11 x 7 x 1½ inches


Top Banner: Detail from Graffiti by Murray Melnick, photograph, 15.5"x21.75"

Join us for 2 Meet The Artists events, each day from 5:30-7:30!
Thursday, May 12th

Pamela Hope
Ellen Hoyt
Mel Levine
Jonas Mlenak
Leslee Ostrow
Mary Robertson
Victoria Silverstein
Melinda Torres
Jessica Vaiselberg

Sunday, May 15th

Trevor Brown 

Ellen Stewart Fleishman

Scott Kanner

Kathy Levine

S. V. Martin

Murray Melnick

Ekaterine Merabishvili

Sarah Nussbaum

Go to the Flickr Pool to get a preview of the show


You are invited to Verge Art Brooklyn on view from March 3-6 in DUMBO
My work is in the "Tomorrow Stars" exhibition at 20 Jay Street, 3rd Floor, 312.


Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 3 - 5 March, Noon to 10 pm
Sunday, 6 March, Noon to 6 pm
OPENING NIGHT PARTY - Galapagos Art Space, 16 Main Street
Thursday, 3 March, 2011, 10:00 pm to 4 am

Coming Thursday, March 3, Verge Art Brooklyn invites you to experience a paradigm shift in art fairs as we know them, a show that recovers the standard of an art fair as a platform for presenting the best work by living artists. Art Brooklyn throws open the doors for attendees to a whole new universe of artists, music, art, and community. Verge Art Brooklyn is proud to announce a list of exhibitors that includes gallery exhibitors, resident DUMBO galleries and Brooklyn Art Now participants for a combined total of over seventy gallery exhibitors at nine locations, nearly forty participants for "Material Issue: Artist's Projects Spaces" and fifty artists for "Tomorrow Stars: The Art Brooklyn Open Call Exhibition." Chosen by a distinguished panel of jurors, "Tomorrow Stars" represents the brightest and best Brooklyn has to offer,as selected by Courtney Wendroff of the Brooklyn Arts Council, artist and former president of the NYC chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers Stephen Mallon, blogger and art critic Steve Kaplan, and Danny Simmons, chairman of the NYC chapter of the National Conference of Artists. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own the work of tomorrow's stars today!

Kathy Levine