New Exhibition Reception at Tikhonova & Wintner ~ February 17th


Tunde Odunlade, BONE OF CONTENTION? – Beaded Batik Quilt Tapestry (2017/18)

Eye-popping Color, Luscious Textures, Afro-Cuban Drumming, and Fun, as Tikhonova & Wintner open their doors to a new exhibition, Saturday, February 17th at their gallery in Harlem.

Blanka Amezkua/Luis Sierra, Re-Konztrukt: Women and Tools ~ Untitled, Woman with Drill

This multifaceted exhibition at Tikhonova & Wintner Fine Art will include a new collection of Batik Quilt and Beaded Tapestries by the Nigerian artist, Tunde Odunlade ~ a performance of African and Afro-Cuban drumming by Ade Alade and Basha Alade, founders of Zeybrah ~ a selection of large-scale prints by Maputo, Mozambique photographer, Mario Macilau ~ and two large-scale embroideries from Blanka Amezkua‘s collection with Puerto Rican born, SVA alum, Bronx comic book artist Luis Sierra, entitled Re-Konztrukt: Women and Tools.

Mario Macilau, Growing in Darkness ‘Ninja’

Tikhonova & Wintner Fine Art, founded in 2013, focuses on artists and interests of the African Diaspora and the Greater Harlem community.  The gallery is located at 40 West 120th Street, #3 in Harlem. Gallery hours by appointment only.

Opening Reception & Performance for this exhibition will be held on Saturday, February 17, 2018 from 2-5pm.

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