CEPA Gallery is currently seeking a new Executive Director. The successful candidate will be able to deliver a dynamic, stimulating and effective array of programs and services consistent with CEPA’s commitment to the understanding and appreciation of the photo-related arts and contemporary art. Read on to learn more about the position, and how to apply.
CEPA Gallery reopens the FLUX Gallery on Saturday, August 8, 2020 with Hope, Rebellion & Justice—a solo exhibit by artist Tito Ruiz.
Local publications Buffalo Spree and The Public both wrote insightful and complimentary reviews on Fast, Cheap & Easy: The Copy Art Revolution—the much anticipated exhibit celebrating the copy machine as an art-making tool.
CEPA Gallery is excited to announce a new initiative giving a Western New York artist the freedom to engage the community with a two year curatorial fellowship at CEPA’s Big Orbit Project Space. The inaugural curatorial fellow, Buffalo-based artist Megan Metté, will use her first year to mount two exhibitions that foreground and question our perception of the world around us.
CEPA Gallery and The Richardson Olmsted Campus are delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 Richardson Olmsted Campus Photography Contest. Enduring Views: The Richardson Olmsted Campus will be exhibited at CEPA Gallery on March 28th through April 11th, 2018, with an opening reception on March 28th from 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m. Both the exhibition and the opening reception are free and open to the public.
CEPA Gallery, in partnership with Dean Brownrout Modern/Contemporary, is pleased to announce The Unseen Marion Faller, an exhibition and sale of photographic artwork by artist Marion Faller. The exhibition and sale is the most comprehensive survey of the late artist’s work. Many pieces in the exhibit have never been presented in a gallery setting.