The Corridors Gallery at Hotel Henry

Hotel Henry, The Richardson Olmsted Complex, Buffalo, NY

In a collaboration with Hotel Henry, Resource:Art hosts rotating fine art exhibitions quarterly in The Corridors Gallery on the second floor of the hotel.  Branded by (R:A) in October of 2017, the space has hosted solo exhibitions for over 40 artists with ties to Western New York.


An immersive site specific installation experience

A Yearly fine art experience featuring the site specific installations of around 30 artists per year from all over the country.  Housed in a former high school in Medina, NY this one weekend only event brings thousands of visitors to the rural town each Fall.

Ryan Arthurs: Liberty (a Pop-Up for Pride)

445 Rhode Island St, Buffalo

LIBERTY is an exhibition of the work of visual artist Ryan Arthurs. The pop-up exhibit
will be installed in a recently rehabbed structure at 445 Rhode Island Street in the burgeoning Five Points District to coincide with 2018 Buffalo Pride Festival.

In a Better Place: Ian de Beer & Craig Sheperd

Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo

In a Better Place, is a Resource:Art curated a two-person exhibition featuring Ian de Beer and Craig Sheperd at Big Orbit Gallery (30 Essex St Ste D, Buffalo, NY). This exhibition marks the first time longtime friends, de Beer and Sheperd, are showing together.

Beyond the Wall: A Closer Look at the Work of John Baker, Julia Bottoms-Douglas, Chuck Tingley, and Edreys Wajed

Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

This exhibition at BCAT presented the work of the four artists involved in The Freedom Wall, an extensive mural at Michigan Avenue and East Ferry Street in Buffalo, NY, commissioned by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery Public Art Initiative in partnership with the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority earlier this year.

Max Collins Mural Project

Two locations in Buffalo, NY

Max Collins was commissioned to appropriate imagery sourced from Milton Rogovin's photographs in two wheat pasted murals installed in the city of Buffalo. One mural is on the building facade of the makerspace The Foundry, the other on a large wooden fence which houses a community-centric lot run by PUSH Buffalo.

Community: The Photography of Milton Rogovin

Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

"Community," an exhibition organized by R:A, celebrates the photography of Milton Rogovin  (1909-2011) here in Western New York. Rogovin is internationally respected as one of America’s finest social documentary photographers. His work is often compared to the twentieth-century photography of Lewis Hine and Jacob Riis. Rogovin traveled the world documenting the everyday lives of people he referred to as, “The Forgotten Ones”: working class residents of Buffalo, Chileans (a collaboration with poet Pablo Neruda), miners, steelworkers, citizens of Appalachia, Native Americans, and members of Buffalo’s Yemeni population, among others. 

Jackie Felix

500 Seneca St, Buffalo, NY

As part of R:A's "Eminent" series, a solo exhibition of paintings by Jackie Felix (1929-2009) were installed in a raw historic space, the former Boiler Room of 500 Seneca Street in Buffalo, NY.

Joseph Piccillo

Hi Temp Fabrications, Buffalo, NY

A solo exhibition of work by Joseph Piccillo, the first in the "Eminent" series. Piccillo’s skillful realizations of horses and figures in motion are featured in this, the first exhibition of the artist’s work in almost a decade. Piccillo employs humble materials creating powerful, and dramatic renderings, breathtaking in their scale and mastery.

ABC-Amega Offices

Buffalo, NY

Jozef Bajus's "The Check is in the Mail," a site-specific piece for ABC-Amega's Buffalo offices.

Jake's Cafe

250 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY

A series of four paintings by Julian Montague were commissioned for this cafe space in downtown Buffalo.

Patina 250

250 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY

Installation includes a 100-foot long site-specific plaster installation by Sarah Fonzi which is visible from Delaware Ave, a wall drawing by Fotini Galanes (pictured) as well as work by Ani Hoover & Jozef Bajus.

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