Exhibitions


Exhibitions

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  September 7, 2019- October 16, 2019 

  Избушка  

 

  Oksana Prokopenko and Anthony Santella

                      

  Opening Reception September 12, 2019, 7-9pm                        
  Artist walk-through (guided tour with the artists)  September 19, 2019, 7pm

 

   St Paul the Apostle  

   405 W. 59th St. (at Columbus Ave)

   New York, NY 10010

   Daily Hours:  M-F 8am -5:00pm /  Sat. 8-6 / Sun. 8-6:30pm

 

   In Russian fairy tales, the izbushka (hut) where Baba Yaga lives is a little      

   dwelling in the deep forest that conceals strong magic. It is the threshold

   of a doorway between worlds.  Ambiguity and layers of meaning sheath

   the old wise woman, both a menace and guide, and her home. The hut and     

   surrounding forest, like a soul, conceal unknown depths. We come through  

   the forests of our self doubt, Dante's selva oscura, to the hut for

   nourishment. We cross the threshold and face the abyss to receive the

   magic necessary for life. Only the brave hearted can find their way to the

   hut and enter into it.  Only those willing to face themselves and their fears

   will be rewarded with a place to rest. Nothing is certain, nothing is what it  

   seems.

 

   Exhibited as part of Lovely Wild, a multidisciplinary exhibition by the  

   Openings art collective.

 

 


 

Virgin of Tenderness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 2019- ongoing

Virgin of Tenderness

 

March 2019- ongoing  

Virgin of Tenderness, also known as Virgin of Vladimir, is on view at the Chapel of the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture,

18 Bleecker St (entrance on Elizabeth St), 

New York, NY

Chapel is open to everyone, 9 am-9 pm daily. 

 

 

2012- ongoing

Archangels 

 

 2012- ongoing

Prokopenko's micromosaic icon Archangels is on view to the left of the High Altar at 

Saint Paul the Apostle, W.60th St and Columbus Ave, New York, NY

The artwork, measuring 4'8" x 3'4", is on loan to the cathedral-like church.
Prokopenko's work is featuredalongside well known 19th century artists, including stained glass windows by John LaFarge, artwork by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Stanford White and more.  See details here. 

 

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