Occupy on view at the Queen City Gallery (617 Main St.)
Cover Story: The Return of Sarah Baker by Ed Cardoni
Plans to revive the hulking structure have been kicked around for years, to no avail. Now comes a pitch from Larry Quinn, conveyed in an interview published Tuesday at investgativepost.org, to restore the Central Terminal and relocate the Albright-Knox Art Gallery there.
I asked Quinn how he would spend the $1 billion in cash and incentives that Gov. Cuomo has promised the region to get its economy back on track. Quinn offered a number of ideas, including this one:
“Marry the area’s greatest cultural treasure with the area’s greatest architectural treasure. The Albright-Knox has a world-class collection of over 7,000 works of art, most of which are in storage an unseen. If you have ever been to Paris and seen the thousands of people from all over world who line up outside the Museum d’Orsay every single day, you can easily imagine what can happen here if we helped the Albright-Knox realize its full potential.”
Starlight Gallery (340 Delaware Ave) - Trifect on display through March 9
Sugar City’s last day at 19 Wadsworth will be April 13th: http://tinyurl.com/7mcg5y3
The Long Curve at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery on Artvoice TV.
Local Photographer Luke Copping.
How are you keeping organized in 2012? Keep track of the days and help support Starlight Studio and Art Gallery by purchasing a 2012 Calendar for only $10! Calendars include artwork by our Starlight Artists with proceeds supporting creativity in Buffalo. Gift shop open 9-4pm Mon-Friday.
Freeland. The artwork of Mark Freeland. On view at 464 Gallery (464 Amherst St.) through January 18.