About this Event
October 29th - November 14, 2021
Note: Gallery will be closed on October 30 for a private event.
Exhibit by appointment, contact [email protected]
"Notes on Hope" Opening Reception 4:00-8:00pm
November 7th :
Meet the Artists Alexandra Vainshtein 4:00-8:00PM
" Notes on Hope", on display black and white photography by Alexandra Vainshtein.
Living in this cinematographic city and travelling the world have added to her intrinsic drive to capture little moments that make our life what it is. We are all different and see things differently, and it’s almost magical to show life through her lens in a way that you might have not expected.
Alexandra tends to mostly work in black and white, with color being a rare but bright exception. She hopes that the viewers will see the beauty and irony of the moments the way she sees them. She never really plans these moments, they come to her when she has her heart and eyes open and her camera ready. Alexandra hopes that we learn to cherish these small moments of human connection that in the Covid era may sometimes seem unattainable.
Alexandra Vainshtein has been characterized as a contemporary “Avant-garde” photographer working in black and white. She explores contemporary ballet and dance, tango, stills and urban landscape. Alexandra exhibited her work at Baruch Performing Arts Center (New York), Jasper Arts Center (Jasper, IN), Gallery “Steals”, the Taganka Theatre (Moscow, Russia) , Immcalute Lutheran Church (New York), Caffe 2966 Gallery (New York). Her works was published in “Volver Al Sur” playbills in Broadway, show posters in Japan, in addition to magazines and newspapers in Argentina, Germany and USA. Recently, Alexandra Vainshtein - got selected for ART Habens magazine, Biennial Edition 201
Proof Of Vaccination Required For All Participants And Visitors.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
SLA Art Space, 307 West 30th Street, New York, United States