AXOM GALLERY IS PLEASED TO PRESENT

The Visionary Works of

 Cathal O’Toole

Opening Reception

First Friday August 3rd, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

On exhibit from

August 3, 2018 thru September 1, 2018

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

HOURS
AXOM GALLERY & EXHIBITION SPACE
Open Tuesday – Friday  12pm – 6 pm; Saturday 10am – 5pm
and by appointment. (585) 232-6030 ext. 3

Opening Reception 

Friday, August  3rd, 2018 6:00pm – 9:00pm

The Visionary Works of Cathal O’Toole

On Exhibit August 3rd thru September 1st, 2018

FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY NIGHTS
On the first Friday evening of each month Gallery Night
We will be open till 9pm

AXOM is Located in The Neighborhood of the Arts 176 Anderson Ave. (on the 2nd floor)  Rochester NY 14607
(we are around the corner from Village Gate and down the block from Good Luck Restaurant).  

PARKING
From Goodman St. turn onto Anderson Ave (you will be driving east). Just before our building, there is a parking lot with a sign on the fence that says: Parking for AXOM Gallery.
Parking is also available along Anderson Ave and also on the residential side streets off of Anderson Ave.

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

To be Announced 

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AXOM Gallery is excited to be part of collaborative Exhibition of the Life and Work of Danny Allen. Entitled "SUNNY DUCKS AND OTHER MUSINGS".  The exhibit at AXOM Gallery features a painting, "Sunny Ducks", which is on loan to AXOM from The Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester. Daniel Arthur Allen (1946 - 1974) was born to be an artist who showed exceptional talent at a very young age. As a draftsman who was capable of loose and casual handling of materials as well as meticulous brushwork that took on photorealistic qualities,....

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WHAT ABOUT THE SURVIVORS? City Newspaper Review

To call Tina Starr outgoing is a severe understatement. She's charming and loving and audacious, but like a lot of women, has been carrying an under-discussed trauma. Her exhibit of photography, video, and sculpture aims to start and sustain an important discussion. Starr drew the show's title from the 1963 song "He Hit Me (And It Felt Like a Kiss)," which was written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King for The Crystals. It was inspired by Goffin and King's babysitter brushing off being battered by her boyfriend. "And interestingly, the song was produced by Phil Spector," Starr says. "So all of this is what makes it a really sick, twisted song."

February 8th, 2018|