Boressoff

Street life: New York City photographs from Todd Boressoff

Todd Boressoff's pictures of people on the streets of Manhattan, on exhibit at Local Coffee through July, capture a changing city.
state of the art

State of the Art 2019 comes home to Studio Montclair

Studio Montclair's members' show, State of the Art 2019, runs through Aug. 9. It is the first time SMI has held this show in its own gallery.
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Culture in brief: ‘State of the Art 2019’ opens at SMI

Studio Montclair presents “State of the Art 2019” from June 28 to Aug. 9, at Studio Montclair Gallery, 127 Bloomfield Ave.
Cantor

All in a day’s work: portraits of workers by Phil Cantor

Phil Cantor's exhibition, "Line of Work," includes portraits of more than 40 locals, photographed with the tools of their trades.
Stymest

Culture in brief: ‘Flesh and Petals’ by Brian Stymest at Clerestory

Brian Stymest's oil paintings, including "Flesh and Petals," are on view at the new gallery Clerstory Fine Art, 40 Church St., through June 14.
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Controversy and questions in SMI’s ‘Love & Fear”

“Love & Fear” at the Montclair Public Library is a provocative new art exhibit on display through April 29, presented by Studio Montclair.

Culture in brief: artists wanted for A Lot to Grow Benson Street Garden

Artists are invited to submit their work for “A Lot to Show Benson Street Garden,” a nature-inspired community art exhibition, deadline April 26.
Native American

Native American artists speak at MAM

Two Native American artists discussed their work in a panel  “Native American Art: Crossing Boundaries” at Montclair Art Museum on Wednesday, March 21.
Divergent Evolution

Culture in brief: ‘Divergent Evolution’ at Studio Montclair

“Divergent Evolution,” an exhibition featuring 23 artists from around the United States, is on view at Studio Montclair Gallery, 127 Bloomfield Ave., through April 10.
Galletti

Culture in brief: Lia Galletti at the Julián Espinal Art Project

The Julián Espinal Art Project presents the exhibition “Interspaces,” by the artist Lia Galletti, from March 16 to April 10 at 5 South Willow St.