Playing With Perception: Photographs by Florence Henri

June 13, 2015 - November 29, 2015

Drawn from the Everson’s collection, this exhibition presents a selection of photographs by Florence Henri, an accomplished artist of the early twentieth century who remains relatively unknown today.  Henri studied painting with some of the major avant-garde artists of the twentieth century, including Fernand Leger and Lazlo Moholy-Nagy, before turning to photography. Intrigued by notions of playing with perception in life as well as art, the androgynous Henri frequently utilized mirrors in her works to create reflections, distort images, and challenge reality. Her abstract compositions, portraits, and advertising images exploited the possibilities of photography and share affinities with the works of contemporaries like Herbert Bayer, Adolph Baron de Meyer, and Man Ray. 

Celestial Navigation: a year into the afrofuture

June 18, 2015 - September 5, 2015

2015 UVP Annual Summer Review

Projected onto North Façade of Everson Museum of Art Building

Dusk – 11.00pm, Thursday–Sunday

UVP will be running their 2015 Annual Summer Review all summer long. Celestial Navigation: a year into the afrofuture was a year-long exploration of works taking afrofuturism as a point of departure. For specific dates and times, visit


Isaac Julien: Western Union: Small Boats (The Leopard)

Sanford Biggers: Shuffle and Shake

Xaviera Simmons: Number Sixteen

Jeannette Ehlers: Black Bullets

Cauleen Smith: Crow Requiem


August 21, 2015 - September 20, 2015

UNIQUE is an Art and Literary Magazine that shares the artistic visions and voices of individuals with disabilities. UNIQUE represents the power of art to express, educate, and inspire.  Art comes in many forms and the creative work published in UNIQUE includes poems, paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, computer-based art, and mixed-media works.

The magazine is published annually in the fall by ARISE and distributed throughout Central New York to display the creative work of artists and writers with disabilities living in Central New York.