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Past Exhibits

Bridging the Gap: Photography by Gordon Parks and Toni Parks

Castle Gallery’s winter 2010-11 exhibition, Bridging the Gap, features the work of Gordon Parks and his daughter, and fellow photographer, Toni Parks. Not only a photographer, Gordon Parks was an activist, writer and filmmaker, as well as one of … Read More »


Castle Gallery’s fall 2010 exhibition, Nature/Culture, features several artists who address the dichotomy of nature and culture through a variety of media, toying with how these two concepts are often considered polar yet overlap; as nature informs culture, culture … Read More »

Westchester Biennial 2010

Castle Gallery’s Westchester Biennial returns to celebrate its seventh exhibition. Created in 1998, the Biennial showcases recent work by emerging and established Westchester County artists. Through the exhibit, Castle Gallery recognizes the diversity and innovation of artists living and working … Read More »

Mapping Memories

Mapping Memories brings together the work of installation artists Beili Liu and Takafumi Ide. Born in China and now living and working in Austin, TX, Liu depends heavily on her connection to the materials she uses to create time- and … Read More »

three women

Castle Gallery’s Fall 2009 exhibition, three women, features work of Joan Giroux, Whitney Huber, and Lisa Kaftori. The exhibition invites viewers to reflect on experiences of historical and contemporary women, old and new gender roles, and ways of approaching … Read More »

Encaustic Works 2009

Encaustic Works 2009 is the seventh in a series of biennial exhibitions organized by R&F Handmade Paints. The purpose of the exhibition is to demonstrate and document the impact that encaustic is having on contemporary art. This ancient medium has … Read More »

Tales of Wonder and Woe

Tales of Wonder and Woe: Fable and Fairy Tale in Contemporary Art features work by artists who “utilize fairy tale narratives and allegorical strategies to explore the fictions of identity and the socializing agency of popular culture.” Many of the … Read More »

Beyond Bio: Clay Bodies

Curated by Castle Gallery Director Katrina Rhein, Beyond Bio features artists who utilize ceramic elements in their exploration of the human form on both a physical and psychological level and to highlight biomedical issues visually and conceptually. The works range … Read More »

Westchester Biennial 2008

Pieces included in the exhibit are new works created during the last two years. They were selected by jurors Madeline Segall-Marx, sculptor and former president of the National Association of Women Artists; and David C. Terry, Senior Officer of Awards … Read More »

Fifteen Years: The Art of Laura James

Born in Brooklyn, NY, Laura James is a self-taught painter of Antiguan heritage who paints religious subjects and visual dramatizations of Bible stories using iconography found in Ethiopian Christian Art. She is also an award-winning artist of secular works. Using … Read More »

The Art of Magic

Nelson Nicholson, a member of the Society of American Magicians, the International Brotherhood of Magicians and the London Magic Circle, is a prominent collector of magic memorabilia. As Nicholson evolved from performer to historian of magic, his collection expanded to … Read More »