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Hoboken Artists Studio Tour 2018

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Hoboken Artists Studio Tour 2018

Hoboken Art + Studio Tour Sat. Nov. 3 & Sun. Nov. 4, 2018Free self-guided, citywide walking tour of galleries, artists studios, and group exhibitions featuring work by over 100 artists, photographers, musicians and more. There will be art demonstrations, spoken word, and live musical performances. 

Art tour maps with a listing of galleries and artists’ studios will be available for download on the City of Hoboken website beginning Nov. 1, 2018: www.hobokennj.gov/events/artists-studio-tour-2018 and available for pick-up at the following locations:

• Alex Morales Atelier and Art Gallery - 365 First St.
• Barsky Gallery - 49 Harrison St.
• City Hall - 94...

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Upcoming & Ongoing—August 2018

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Upcoming & Ongoing—August 2018

Hoboken Showing through August 18, 2018 Between Friends “Between Friends” is an exhibition of exciting new art by two hob’art artists (and friends) Miriam Untoria and Mildred Kaye. Miriam Untoria’s acrylic paintings and mixed media pieces explore color inspired by the human figure, and faces. Mildred Kaye a visionary artist, sometimes described as a Romantic Surrealist, portrays the material and spiritual worlds as contiguous and at times overlapping. hob’art Co-operative Gallery The Monroe Center for the Arts 720 Monroe St., Suite E208, Hoboken, NJ MORE INFO Showing through August 26, 2018 BARBERINI or Totes Masc for Samesies This show is the...

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Hoboken Artist Ricardo Roig at Palette Gallery in Asbury Park, NJ

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Hoboken Artist Ricardo Roig at Palette Gallery in Asbury Park, NJ

Asbury Park Inspired Featuring hand-cut screen prints by Hoboken artist, Ricardo RoigNovember 4–29, 2017Opening reception and meet the artist: Saturday, Nov. 11,  7 – 9:30pmPalette Gallery716 Cookman Ave.Asbury Park, NJ Active in the NY/NJ/Boston scene for many years, Ricardo Roig has gained tremendous success utilizing hand-cut paper screens rather than a silk screen, yet achieving the same visual effect. These pieces contain several layers of color, mostly urban landscapes, and he created images of Asbury Park specifically for this show. Stone Pony, a blue crab, beach cruiser, the Carousel, Wonder Bar and more. Also included is one of his last...

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