The Perils of Projective Identification and Screaming Cats EV GALLERY New York, NY EV Gallery is excited to present a solo exhibition by psychologist/painter Patrick Rafferty running June 4-30, 2022. Please join us for an Opening Reception with the artist and New York Jazz Saxophonist Sunhyun Yoo. Read on for the artist’s statement: In psychoanalysis,… Continue reading PATRICK RAFFERTY


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WROLF PHOTOGRAPHY EV GALLERY, NEW YORK Up in Arms is an exhibition of 19 custom metal prints by Wrolf Courtney of police and protesters shot at a Brooklyn BLM protest in 2020 organized by The Gathering for Justice. Reception Saturday May 7, 6-9 featuring Lea Anderson and The Gathering for Justice $100 of each sale… Continue reading UP IN ARMS

Dolo and Justin Present: VILLAINS MEET VILLAINS

April 2-3 2022 EV Gallery is excited to host @JacquezDreamsArt and @DoloArtLLC for a two day villainous pop-up. Opening Saturday April 2 from 3pm to late, and Sunday April 3 time TBA. Indulge in the comic-based embellishments of VILLAINS MEET VILLAINS.

do you surrender?

MARCH 12TH-14TH 2022 A Group Show interested in what it means to be a flesh bound human in today’s parasocial world. We offer no answers, but only questions regarding the state of things. Mixing the tangible with digital, our show has paintings, artwear,  installations, and projections. For 3 nights only, we will come together and drink… Continue reading do you surrender?

Anything Goes

EV GALLERY, NEW YORK MARCH 6TH – 11TH 2022 EV Gallery is excited to present Anything Goes, an exhibit that joins together present and former LaGuardia Community College students to celebrate their passion for photography and their need to communicate and find some semblance of sanity in an increasingly insane world. This eclectic mix of… Continue reading Anything Goes

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EV GALLERY, NEW YORK DECEMBER 16TH 2021-JANUARY 28TH 2022 EV Gallery is excited to present Street Poetry, a solo exhibition of new works of photography by Jamie Lubetkin. Street Poetry has opening receptions on both Thursday, December 16, and Friday, December 17, from 6-9pm and runs through January 28.  During the pandemic, Jamie turned to street photography, finding connection… Continue reading JAMIE LUBETKIN: STREET POETRY