The Barsky Gallery (49 Harrison Street) is partnering with the Serbian Art Forum to support the Community Food Bank Of New Jersey in the fight against hunger and poverty. The exhibit, running from September 6th through September 19th, will feature two prominent artists from the Serbian pop art movement—Nikola Bozoic and Vlad Scepanovic. During the exhibition, 10% of the proceeds of all sales will go to the charitable organization.
“I’ve always believed in the power of art to make our world a better place,” says gallery owner Albert Barsky. “I’m humbled to be able to partner with two brilliant artists to improve our community, and give their art the exposure it deserves.”
The two featured artists are both established in the European Contemporary movement, and this will be their first U.S. exhibit. Nikola Bozoic and Vlad Scepanovic are both distinguished associate professors of applied arts at the University of Belgrade, Serbia. Mr. Bozoic is the recipient of a grant from New York’s Pollock Krasner Foundation, and has exhibited his work in Rome, Vienna, Cologne, Istanbul, and Moscow.
The exhibit will run from September 6th through September 19th at Barsky Gallery. The opening reception is on Saturday, September 5th, and is by invitation only. For more information or to RSVP, contact the gallery by email or 888.465.4949.