Sacred Luminosity Featured in The South Asian Times

Greenpointers Weekend Art Roundup: April 14 – April 16 2017

As a feature of The Lumiere Series, Gallery AWA presents an exhibition of the sculpture of Susan Pullman Brooks, Sacred Luminosity: Goddesses of the Vedic and Celtic Pantheons.

Read full Art Roundup HERE.

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Sacred Luminosity Exhibition Featured in Greenpointers!
April 13 2017

Local Greenpoint historian Geoffrey Cobb has written about the opening of the Sacred Luminosity Exhibition, and its cultural significance. Please visit the Greenpointers website HERE to read the full article. 

Sacred Luminosity Exhibition Featured in this month’s Artforum Magazine
April 2017

The April 2017 Artforum Magazine includes the announcement of the Sacred Luminosity Exhibition
Visit the Artforum NY artguide HERE for more information

Check Out This Talk On The History Of Greenpoint Architecture February 23 2017

Read the full article HERE.

Gallery AWA presents a look back at over 250 years of Greenpoint history told through the stories of twelve of the neighborhood’s most famous buildings. From Dirck the Norseman’s 17th century century house - one of Greenpoint’s very first structures, to more recognizable local landmarks such as the majestic neo-Renaissance St. Elias Russian Church on Kent Street and the stunning Greenpoint Savings Bank, modeled in the Roman Pantheon.  

Gallery AWA is Awarded the ‘2016 Love New York’ Award by
Time Out New York!
December 6 2016

We are very proud to be awarded this honor. Some of the other winners in the same category are American Museum of Natural History, The Morgan Library & Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Read the NY Time Out Article HERE.
Read AWA Blog Post HERE.

"A New Local Gallery Offers More Than Art"
April 27 2016

Gallery AWA is featured in local new website, Greenpointers.  Read full article HERE

"Abhay Wadhwa’s Gallery AWA is a unique addition to our neighborhood. Located on the third floor of the Pencil Factory at 61 Greenpoint Avenue, the gallery is an attempt to reverse the trend in the art world that sees art solely in terms of profits and the bottom line. Abhay has decided not only to show great art, but also to use art as a vehicle to raise social consciousness."

NY Daily News Article Features Gallery AWA "Brooklyn Exhibit Raises ’Cane"
April 10 2016

Haitian workers who’ve toiled for decades in the Dominican Republic’s sugarcane plantations are the focus of the “Art of the Batey,” which opens Wednesday at the Gallery AWA, 61 Greenpoint Ave. (between Franklin and West Sts.) in Brooklyn, with a reception from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Read the full article HERE.