Open house at the Academy | Manhattan Times

Story and photos by Robin Elisabeth Kilmer

Robert Birmelin’s The Overpass

Robert Birmelin’s The Overpass

Throughout most of the year, the gallery of the Academy of Arts and Letters, located on Audubon Terrace, is closed.

But on a recent Sunday, the usually-shuttered gallery was abuzz with activity. The gallery, which consists of two buildings across the terrace from one another, is open for the Academy’s Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts. The Invitational Exhibit features the work of 37 artists who have been invited to submit their work by members of the Academy – and it will run until mid-April.

There is much on which to feast one’s eyes.

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