Leo Lentelli "Italian City States" Three Panel Folding Screen. $3200
Leo Lentelli was an Italian Sculptor who immigrated to the United States. His career spanned over five decades in which he created numerous works and sculptures. One of his most prominent works includes bas-reliefs at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
Hiroshige was a renowned woodblock artist who lived from 1797-1858 during Japans Edo Period. His works are highly sought after for their beautiful colors, intricate details, and depictions of locations around Japan as well as glimpses into the every day lives of the people.
Here are 6 works from Hiroshige's "53 Stations of Tokaido" in which he created 53 views of the Tokaido, the Eastern Sea Highway, which connected the former capital of Kyoto to the new capital of Edo.
A celebration of Ballroom Culture by John Gascot.
Opening Reception: 5-9pm Friday December 1st with live Voguing performances at 6 and 9pm.
The show will remain up through the end of December. Werk! Slay!