Alignable Angles at University of Bridgeport, Schelfhaudt Gallery

Alignable Angles (degrees of points of view)
2017 Exhibition @ Schelfhaudt Gallery
Curated by Peter Konsterlie

DATES OF EXHIBITION: Oct. 20th –  Jan. 20th, 2018
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, 12 to 4 p.m.

OPENING: Friday, Oct. 20th, 5:00- 7:30 (with performance by Adam Niklewicz)

Participating Artists:

David Borawski
Joseph Fucigna
Elliott Katz
Adam Niklewicz
Amy Vensel
Etty Yaniv

Unexpected, what is a painting?

Artists: Gregory coates, Steve DeFrank, Monica Delgado, pat Lay, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Kaare Rafoss, Christine Romanell,  Fausto Sevila, Eric Vlosin, Gail Winbury and Etty Yaniv. Curated by Gail Winbury and Paul Pinkman.

Sept 5through Sep 30th, 2017; Reception: Sun, Sept 10, 1-4pm, Watchung Arts Center, NJ





May 30th - June 17th

Opening Reception Friday, June 2nd, 6-8pm

Hours: Thurs – Sun, 10-6 and by appointment by contacting

Featuring Artists:

Nancy Baker:

Lorrie Fredette:

Dana Kane:

Niki Lederer:

Susan Luss:

Ellie Murphy:

Mia Pearlman:

Jaanika Peerna:

Elizabeth Riley:

Alyse Rosner:

Carol Salmanson:

Suzan Shutan:

Jennifer Wroblewski:

Jaynie Crimmins:

Christina Massey:

Etty Yaniv:

Fractured Union at In-Case Art Projects

Opening Reception: Fri, May 12th, 6-9PM, through June 24th

Performance at 8:30PM Legacy Fatale will march in a formation of female warriors activating through the “Fractured Union” exhibit and culminating in a choreographed performance. 

In-Case Art Projects launches its first exhibition with ”Fractured Union”,

Artists: Patricia Cazorla and Nancy Saleme, Nicholas Cueva, Mike Estabrook, Patricia Fabricant, Nick Greenwald, Peter Gynd, Vandana Jain, Aaron Krach, Meryl Meisler, David Nakabayashi, Sharilyn Neidhardt, Michael Scoggins and Alex Gingrow, Fedele Spadafora, Cibele Vieira, Rhonda Wall.

curated by Etty Yaniv and Jaynie Gillman Crimmins.

Nothing Twice at John Doe Gallery

March 10 - March 26, 2017
Opening Reception: March 10, 6-8pm

Artists: Nancy Baker, Jaynie Crimmins, Helen O’Leary, Christina Massey, Leah Tacha, Julia Von Eichel, Etty Yaniv.

Curated: Etty Yaniv

112 waterbury st | brooklyn, ny 11206 | |

Precarious Constructs @ Venus Knitting Art Space

Precarious Constructs

Opening Reception: Friday, Dec 9th, 20167-10PM

Performance: Mis-readings / Drafting a strand, 9 – 9:30 pm and Sun, 18th, 3 – 4 pm

Dec 9th – Dec 18th  

Artists:         Uta Bekaia, Alexandra Leyre Mein, Levan Mindiashvili

                   Andrew Cornell Robinson,  Matt Stone

                    Liz Sweibel,  Etty Yaniv

                    Performance: Milcah Bassel, and Amanda Thackray

                    Co-Curated by Etty Yaniv & Levan Mindiashvili


Artists: Ben Godward, Ben Voss, John O’Connor,

Rodney Ewing, Peter Gynd, Sylvia Schwartz, Ruth Hardinger,

Michal Gavish, Etty Yaniv

Curated by Etty Yaniv and Michal Gavish

 November 9 – December 15, 2016

Opening Reception: November 9th, 5-8PM

VI S UA L  A R T S G ALL E R Y N E W  J E RS E Y C I T Y U N I VE RS I T Y, 1 0 0 C U LVE R AVE. J E R S E Y C I T Y, N J  07 3 0 5

Bushwick Open Studios and Bushwick Tales @ Venus Knitting Art Space

Open Studio weekend in Bushwick: October 1-2, 2016

 Bushwick Tales, a group show curated by Etty Yaniv

Venus Knitting Art Space, 122 Harrison Place, Brooklyn, NY 11237 (corner of Porter St)

Opening: Fri, Sep 30th from 7-10pm with performance by Mary Ivy Martin.

Sat Oct 1st + Sun Oct 2nd, 12-6pm  And Sat Oct 8th + Sun Oct 9th, 1-5pm

Arts in Bushwick, JenJoy Roybal, Nov 2016, 'Bushwick Tales’ Exhibits Urbanism through Art and Artifact

Sirens at Long Island University Humanities Gallery in downtown Brooklyn


April 18-May 27, 2016

Opening reception: Friday, April 29th,  6-8 PM

Etty Yaniv's site specific installation “Sirens” is featured in a solo show at the Long Island University Humanities Gallery, on view at 1 University Plaza in Brooklyn till May 27th, 2016. Drawing upon patterns from nature such as ocean currents and turbid water, Yaniv’s site responsive installation transforms the LIU unique oval space into a diorama of abstracted and intricate seascape made of discarded materials. Taken from her studio practice and from every-day life, the materials include found objects like torn plastic bags, scraps of her drawings and fragments of photos depicting cities she has lived. Through a process of building and excavating, these disjointed scavenged materials coalesce into colossal yet delicate immersive installation which places the viewer somewhere between the real and the imagined, the organic and the artificial.

 About Artist Etty Yaniv

Etty Yaniv has exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally, including Haifa museum of art, Israel, Torrance museum of art, LA, Newark museum of art, NJ, Monmouth museum of art, NJ, Musée Héritage Museum, Art Gallery of St. Albert, Canada, Life on Mars, Brooklyn, Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, Schema Projects, Brooklyn, Helen Day Center, VT, Purdue University gallery, IN, University of Connecticut, Sheen Center, NYC, Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei, Germany. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times and reviewed in publications such as Hyperallergic, Stamford Advocate, Art New England and Public Radio.

 About LIU Humanities Gallery

Humanities Gallery is a unique glass-enclosed elliptical gallery, approximately 40 by 60 feet with 12' ceilings, that is used primarily for installations and sculpture exhibitions. 

For more images and more information, contact:

Etty Yaniv, email:  Web:

Nancy Grove, Director , Telephone: (718) 488-1198

Location: Long Island University Humanities Gallery, 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn NY 11201

               (intersection of DeKalb and Flatbush Avenues, downtown Brooklyn) 
Transportation: B, M, Q, R trains to DeKalb; 2, 3, 4, 5 trains to Nevins
Hours: 9-6 Monday-Friday, 10-5 Saturday/Sunday

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