Artists Nathalie DeZan, Bryan Rackleff and Joe Waks talking about their work in “Irreverent”.

Artists Nathalie DeZan, Bryan Rackleff and Joe Waks talking about their work in “Irreverent”.

Exhibitions

  • Current: Selected works through September 4, 2019

  • Future Exhibitions:

  • “International Juried Exhibition: Artfirst”: September 13-November 2, 2019. Opening reception Friday September 13, from 6:30-9pm. This is an art-first, art-focused international exhibition regardless of the artist’s politics, race, religion, or sexual orientation. Beverage sponsorship by Aldez Organic Tequila.

    Past Exhibitions:

  • “Figurative Dialect” Through July 20, 2019. Michele Riche, John Fitzsimmons, Stephen Datz, Allen Bentley, Daniel Morowitz. "Figurative Dialect" is a show of figurative-based works by artists who use the human form in various depictions to convey a thought, condition or curiosity. Through narrative, open-ended meaning or with defined purpose, the works engage dialectal dialog to offer to the viewer a portrait of identity.

  • "IRREVERENT" featuring works by artists Nathalie DeZan, Joe Waks and Bryan Rackleff , is the show that approaches the struggle of artists to consider art as a “verb” without repression by bigotry, politics or any kind of insinuation and presumption. April 19 through Saturday, June 1, 2019.  

  • “Good as Gold”, Novado Gallery Project Space, featuring works by Arlene Sun. Friday, April 26 through May 4, 2019. Curated by Dandi Gu and Zi Lin

  • “Ingenious Prospects”: Group Exhibition. March 9 -April 13, 2019.

  • Anthropomorphic Dialogues”: Photographs by Shannon Greer & Paintings and Chine-collé  prints by Carlos Frias, December 8 through January 6, 2019.

  • “Winter Salon”, Works by Gallery Artists, January 6-March 3, 2019 Select works by Caroline Burton, David MacDonald, Ben Cook, Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern, Mary Giehl, Lacey McKinney, Azarez.art, Candy LeSueur, Robert Glisson, Carlos Frias, Anne Novado, TF Dutchman, Charlotta Janssen, Michael Dominick, David Samuel Stern, Frank Gavere, Tim See, Lesley McInally, Fabricio Suarez, Jim Ridlon

  • “REFERENTIAL” : October 27, 2018 from 6:30-9pm.
    The exhibition features paintings by four artists: Yang Cao, David Samuel Stern, Lacey McKinney and Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern. The exhibition runs through Saturday, December 1, 2018

  • "Opposite Movements":  Mane Sakic & Fabricio Suarez: September 5 , through October 21, 2018

  • "The Affordable Art Fair, NYC" The Metropolitan Pavilion : Wednesday 9/26, runs through September 30, 2018

  • Joanna Lentini, Mike Dominick: "Fire & Ice" July 11 through August 19, 2018.

  • ISC Residency Exhibition, "Permutations of Vulnerability" at Novado Gallery: Exhibition by artists in ISC's Residency Program at Mana Contemporary, June 9-24, 2018

  • Candy LeSeur "Between Consciousness and Dreams": April 28 opening 7-9pm, through June 3, 2018.

  • Sandra DeSando "In the Swim: Islands and Streams": April 28 through June 3, 2018.

  • Sunil Garg "Cause of Visible Things": April 28 through June 3, 2018.

  • Margaret Evangeline, Cake Paintings: Novado Gallery's west wing project space, April 28 through June 3, 2018

  • Frank Gavere's "Bold Industrial", Paintings and assemblages at The Park Hamilton, on view through May 27, 2018. 205 10th Street, between Manila and Erie Streets, Jersey City.

  • "LEVELING": Charlotta Janssen, Michelle Doll, Heather Morgan, Stefania Panepinto, Diana Schmertz, Jennifer Watson; March 17- April 22, 2018.

  • "Off the Wall! The New Collectors Show" : Group show featuring works by Hudson County area artists including: Gianluca Bianchino, Jerome China, Mark Finne, Carlos Frias, Frank Gavere, Enrico Gomez, Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern, Doug Madill, Lauren Pitcher, James Pustorino, Bryan Rackleff, Fabricio Suarez, Robert Streicher, Charlee Swanson and Kati Vilim; with galley events focused on those who may be new to art collecting. Saturday, January 20, 2018 THROUGH MARCH 10, 2018.

  • Carlos Frias at The Park Hamilton: Paintings on Canvas and Works on Paper. December 1- February 25, 2018. Located at 205 10th Street, between Erie and Manilla in Jersey City

  • "EDGE": Sky Allen, Michael Anderson, Tunji Dada, Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Gary Lichtenstein, Julia Powers, Kele McComsey, Tom Sanford, Noah Becker, Caslon Bevington, Theda Sandiford, Ben Keating, Amaya Gurpide. November 4, 2017-January 1, 2018. Guest curator: Thomas Banks

  • "Heidi Curko, Recent Works" at The Park Hamilton: Novado Gallery curates quarterly JCFriday exhibitions at The Park Hamilton, 205 10th Street in Jersey City. September 8 through November 25, 2017.

  • "Allegory & Alchemy": Riad Miah, Debb Vandelinder & Nathan Sullivan; September 9 through Sunday October 22, 2017.

  • JCAST (Jersey City Art & Studio Tour) October 14 & 15, 2017:NOVADO GALLERY: East gallery wing: Frank Messina's Hurricane Sandy Series (paintings utilizing hurricane debris and pharmaceuticals); West glass corridor space: Robert Pfitzenmeier's Kinetic Sculptures

  • Artist Studios (JCAST weekend only, in back of gallery): Studio 1: Susana Rico, Studio 2: Jersey City School District Artist Educators (exhibition, demos and hands-on workshops), Studio 3: Brian Gustafson, Studio 5: Norm Kirby, Studio 7: Gabriel Pacheco, Studio 8: Geraldine Gaines, Studio 9: Eileen Ferara

  • "Black & White": Group Exhibition: Caroline Burton, Pat Lay, Mary Giehl, Pamela Wallace, Heidi Curko, Juan Perdiguero, Carlos Frias, Henny Harmon, Sarah McCoubrey, Luca Cusolito, Steve Pearlman, Anne Novado; July 14- August 26, 2017

  • "Perceptions, Interactions & Transformations": Featuring Paintings by Gabe Brown & Marcy Rosenblat, and sculptures by Jim Osman. May 4-June 18, 2017

  • "THE POWER SHOW": March 16-April 27. Featuring Jim Ridlon, Dusty Herbig, Brian Gustafson, Rainer Maria Wehner.

  • "IDENTITY": 1/26-3/9/2017, featured interpretations of the theme through works by Carrie Will, Brandy Kraft, David Samuel Stern, Alyssa McClenaghan and Lacey McKinney. (Part of JC First Fridays)

  • "FRESH PAINT": 12/2/16 - 1/19/17 Featuring Fresh Geometric Abstractions by Kati Vilim and Pop-Surrealism by Maurizio Zuluaga.