The Yuko Nii Retrospective Part One

The Yuko Nii Retrospective with Gala Dinner
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the WAH Center Saturday, November 5th, 2016, 4-8 PM Part 1 “Dune” exhibition: November 5, 2016 – January 11, 2017

Field Guide: North Brooklyn

WAH Grand Reception Hall
Saturday, June 11, 2016 Williamsburg and Greenpoint 12:30 PM Check-in (Kinfolk 90, 90 Wythe Avenue) 1:00-5:00 PM Sites Open Open House New York invites you to Field Guide, a one-day event that explores a single neighborhood through its buildings. The WAH Grand Reception Hall will be open and Terrance Lindall will be there to talk about the history of Williamsburg and the Kings County Savings Bank Building.

~WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol~ Artist Talk

Cornelia Jensen
“Artist’s Talk,” featuring Sunil Garg, William Norton, and Cornelia Jensen on Saturday, April 23rd, 2016, from 4pm to 6pm.Sunil Garg: 00:42William Norton: 38:45Cornelia Jensen 52:44Exhibition page:http://wahcenter.net/2016/03/wah-light-form-and-symbol/

Memory Reconfigured in WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol

As a continuation of the WAH Center’s technology and art exhibition series, WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol challenges a narrowed scope of light as formal technique, actively interrogating the subject object relation within newly re-conceived experiential moments. The gallery space opens up as a critical site for aesthetic evaluation, where striking symbolic and conceptual dimensions […]

WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol

by Jania Vanderwerff Since the beginnings of time, humanity has been drawn to light. Spoken to our soul, the shadows, the glow, the stirring and kindling of Spirit. Connecting our own specific, unique, needs for community.   Artists have often explored the subject. From painters like Rembrandt to installation artists such as James Turrell, they […]

Viewpoints: JART6th

Process and Transformation at JART6thJART, the annual Japanese showcase, exhibits at the WAH Center (Williamsburg Art and Historical Center) from February 26th-March 6th. Featuring Japanese artists from New York, Tokyo, Berlin, and Stockholm, this unique and transformative gallery experience was curated by Hiro Shiraishi of Pepper’s Project, a Tokyo based art group. Displaying works of various media, […]