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Viviane Rombaldi Seppey 

February 6 – April 25, 2021


Group exhibition at the Visual Art Center of NJ Main Gallery

Curator: Mary Birmingham


Allicette Torres

February 25 - April 3, 2021

Home: Far and Near

Gallery North, Setauket, NY

Leah Poller

February 25 - April 15, 2021

Home: Far and Near

Living with Art | Harlem 

By appointment: email  Masks and social distancing pre-requisite.


Innovative exhibitions during Covid have inspired intimate viewings in private settings. One of the most exciting is the “Living with Art Salon", curated by Connie Lee, and focusing on Upper Manhattan/Bronx/Harlem artists. “At Home”,  combines the works of Leah POLLER (sculptor), Elan Cadiz (fabric collagist) and Gianna Gutierrez (abstract painter.)  Poller’s well known bronze sculptures related to the Bed as a metaphor to capture the full range of our humanity, are joined with the first-time presentation of her Denim work (“Ma Belle- Covid hotline”) and her “Zoomers", a series of whimsical “personnages” inspired from morphing social activities on-line. 

Image: “Ma Belle” - waiting for my Covid test results - Mixed media (denim, plastic, metal) 12 x 12 x 8 inches


Viviane Rombaldi Seppey 

January 22 – March 20, 2021

Music as Image and Metaphor

Group exhibition at The Bo Bartlett Center, Columbus State
University, Georgia

Co-Curators: David Houston and Florence Neal
Musical track by Michael Kowalski and Allen Otte
Panel Discussion Online: Tuesday, March 9, 2021


Capucine Bourcart was interviewed by Bertrand Riguidel for the podcast Face B, regarding her artist's life in New York.

A Special Issue #137 

of the New Observations Magazine

has been published in response

to the violence at America’s Capitol

on January 6th, 2021. “Every person

in the United States was impacted

by this event and I am grateful

to all of you for sending in work

on this important subject”,

New Observations Magazine’s

editor and publisher Mia Feroleto writes.

The work of 7 artists of ArtFormsUs

has been included amongst

many artists’ works in response to this historic event. 

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