454 Colombus Ave (at 82 Street)
New York, New York 10024

Through October 31, 2008

`Naïve art` is characterized by a refreshing innocence and the charming use of bright colors and c
child-like perspective, and portrays idealized scenes of everyday life. Canadian `naives` have settled far from the country`s population centers and imbued their work with themes of nature and isolation, the family hearth and rural life, and Canada`s physical beauty. The current exhibition at New York`s Gallery of International Naïve Art (the museum opened in April of this year) features Quebec artists Marcel Dargis, Cecile Emond, Barbara Sala, and Claudine Pieters.

Added by Perpa_NYC on September 4, 2008

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