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The National Hellenic Society New York chapter fall luncheon series commences!  Join our parea for a luncheon featuring renown artist, George Negroponte

G eorge Negroponte studied art at Yale University with Bernard Chaet and William Bailey.  Since 1980, John has held a host of exhibits at some of the world's finest art galleries and museums around the world, including The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

He has been reviewed by every major art periodical including The New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, The New Yorker, ARTnews and The New Criterion.  Negroponte is also a featured art professor with decades of experience at The Studio School, Parsons School of Design, The School of Visual Arts, and Princeton University.  

Join us for a memorable get-together with George, and also learn more about the NHS' mission and the way it is fulfilled through wonderful programs.

We look forward to seeing you and your guest at this special event!
When:  Tuesday, November, 14, 2017 from 12-2pm 
              36 East 20th Street
              New York, NY 10003
Please  RSVP  to  Vicki Georges  at  703-256-3180  or e-mail 
George Negroponte. Small Figure. 2005. Gouache on paper.
Don't miss this exhibit featuring George Negroponte, set to end on November 11, 2017!

Works on Paper 

Anita Rogers Gallery presents Works on Paper, an exhibition of drawings by  Gordon MooreGeorge NegroponteMorgan O'Hara and  Joan Waltemath. The exhibition will be on view October 11 - November 11, 2017 at the gallery's new location at 15 Greene Street, Ground Floor in SoHo, New York. 
Collectively, the works in the exhibition reflect on the intimate nature of drawing. The pieces allow the viewer to engage with the artists and their processes in an exceptionally close manner. The show aims to celebrate drawing as not only fundamental to the artist's practice but as a primary form of artistic communication.
Negroponte states, "Primacy counts more than anything right now. I want to get down to the barest essence: discarding the object for a trace or glimpse of it residing in the weight of each mark or shape." Negroponte's works are featured in the collections of the Harvard University Art Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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