Art Village Gallery is pleased to announce its inaugural presentation for VOLTA New York. At the fair, the gallery will feature new and recent works by artists including Nigerian artist Tega Akpokona, Ethiopian artist Zeinu Mudeser and Nigerian artist Ephraim Urevbu. This presentation exemplifies Art Village Gallery’s commitment to promoting diverse, international artists, with an emphasis on artists who push the boundaries of their chosen material, or whose practices transcend a single medium.
Art Village Gallery is back for year 2 of its ever popular diversity through art "dinner and dialogue series"!
The exhibition "Dinner and Dialogue" experience is a period of conversation to illuminate matters of common concern, and bring understanding and acceptance of ideas commonly causing divergence. By curating these innovative exhibitions and experiences, Art Village Gallery aims to inspire an appreciation for diversity and culture. Join us Saturday, February 15, 2020 for our next experience.
Are you curious about art, but sometimes feel that acquiring fine art isn't accessible or affordable?
Art Village Gallery is removing barriers to collecting the artwork that you love by launching a series of really cool "art curious" programs that will highlight new ways to accessible and affordable art.
Join AVG for a private bus tour to the Dixon Gallery & Gardens for a reception & showing of their 2020 winter exhibitions!
On view will be Augusta Savage's current exhibition titled, Renaissance Woman. Augusta Savage (1892 - 1962) was an African-American sculptor associated with the Harlem Renaissance. She was also a teacher whose studio was important to the careers of a generation of artists who would become nationally known. She worked for equal rights for African Americans in the arts.
It's SPRING and Art Village Gallery is back with another edition of its ever popular diversity through art "dinner and dialogue series"!
If you have not had the opportunity to attend the dinner and dialogue experience, we invite you to join us for the Spring edition featuring the artwork of Ethiopian artist Zeinu Mudeser, and a seated dinner featuring a fusion of Ethiopian inspired cuisine.
RESERVE YOUR SEAT! We'd be honored to have you join us
When: Saturday, May 18 | 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
What: Spring Exhibition Dinner & Dialogue
Exhibition on view: Visions of Illusion, Zeinu Mudeser
Join us on Thursday, May 16th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for a conversation between curator and artist as they explore the concepts and inspiration behind Zeinu Mudeser's latest exhibition, Visions of Illusion.
Thursday, May 16, 2019, 6:30 - 8:30pm
6:30 p.m.: Exhibition open for viewing
7:00 p.m.: Sheila Urevbu in conversation with Zeinu Mudeser
Followed by tapas and beverages
RSVP is essential
Free admission until May 9, thereafter tickets are 5 dollars (no sales at the door). Tickets only!
Art Village Gallery is thrilled to announce, "Visions of Illusion," a solo exhibition by celebrated Ethopian artist, Zeinu Mudeser. The artist's second solo exhibition with the gallery offers vibrant and colorful expression that captures the essence of fantasy versus reality in 30 new and recent artworks.
Join us for the opening party on Friday, April 26, from 6-8pm for a rare opportunity to meet the artist in person, while experiencing his new body of work.
Art Village Gallery invites you to Collectors and Cocktails, a private viewing in celebration of the opening of a new solo exhibition by celebrated Ethiopian artist, Zeinu Mudeser.
The exclusive "first look" of "Visions of Illusion" will be held Thursday, April 25 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. with free cocktails and conversation among fellow patrons and collectors.
The solo exhibition includes thirty new and recent works.
Be the first to see them!
RSVP before Monday, April 22nd for free entrance. Tickets will be $5 at the door.
Art Village Gallery is pleased to join Superfine! DC in its inaugural art fair in the nation's capital, with a dual presentation of works created by two artists that represent the gallery's programming dedicated to diversity and culture, Ethiopian artist Zeinu Mudeser and Colombian artist, Jorge Yances. Find us in Booth #28
Art Village Gallery is delighted to present Recuerdos de Cuba, a solo exhibition of important works by celebrated Cuban artist, Eduin Fraga.
Art Village Gallery invites you to join its MLK50 exhibition dinner and diaglogue event on Tuesday, April 3.
Guests will enjoy a private tour of the gallery's MLK50 themed art exhibition titled "Beyond the Balcony" showcasing the work of seven local, national and international artists who have created work complementing the MLK50 city-wide theme. Later break bread with a diverse group of attendees over a catered four-course dinner with wine, while being led through meaningful dialogue curated and facilitated by local diveristy and inclusion expert, that aims to answer the question of Memphis's city-wide theme, Where Do We Go From Here?
Presenting Sponsor Sedgwick Claims Management Services and supporting sponsor The Marston Group, PLC.
Beyond the Balcony, is a tribute exhibition in partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum’s MLK50 commemoration.
Opening Friday, March 30 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm the exhibition will feature artwork by eight local, national and international artists focusing on a deeply powerful theme of ascending above and beyond the past ("Beyond the Balcony" - Where do we go from here?").
Participating artists: Nonye Ikegwuoha | Sydney James | Keerem Jones | Jin Powell | Robert Pruitt | Rashaun Rucker | Tylonn Sawyer | Ephraim Urevbu
Sponsored by Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. and supporting sponsor, The Marston Group, PLC.
Acclaimed Memphis based, Nigerian-born artist Ephraim Urévbu, honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a special tribute unveiling at Art Village Gallery, 410 S Main Street, on Friday, March 16, 2018 at 6:30 pm. Art Village Gallery, in partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum’s MLK50 commemoration, will host the unveiling reception of Urévbu's original painting, titled E Pluribus Unum (Out of Many, One). “Bringing people together is part of why Dr. King came to Memphis and sacrificed his life," said Urevbu.
"In a visual way, I tried to capture the meaning 'out of many, one'. The vibrant array of colors is a depiction of the diversity of nationalities of all who live here and the different cultures and religions that make up what America is today. If we celebrate that, focus on what makes us strong, then we rise as a nation. Then we fulfill Dr. King’s dream." The artist goes on to say, citing Dr. King's vision as his inspiration.
In celebration of Black History Month, the fifth edition of the art exhibition, Out of Africa returns to Art Village Gallery and the South Main Arts District bringing contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora to the forefront. The international exhibition features contemporary artwork created by four emerging artists, including Nigerian-born artists, Adewale Adenle and Norbert Okpu, and international rising stars, Houston-based Robert Pruitt and Trinidadian-born, Los Angeles based Miles Regis. The exhibition will be a destination for new and established collectors, art patrons and cultural tastemakers.