2020 was the year in which how we connect to one another entered into strange and uncharted territory. Intimacy took on new context and we were forced to adapt and find new ways to experience it in our lives.
The curated group show “Love in the Time of Covid-19” explores the question: how does love exist during the Covid-19 pandemic? Featuring over two dozen artists working in mediums including photography, painting, video, and poetry, the show includes both new works created in 2020, as well as works that predate the pandemic but that took on new meaning during this time.
Visual artists included in the show include: Norma Bernstock, Dani Case, Sunny Chapman, Ann Finneran, Karolyn Fraine, Martin George, Kristen Gronbeck, Julia Justo, Peter Kopher, Glenn Lieberman, Mario Loprete, Claudine Luchsinger, Brian Madonna, Susan Miiller, Stephen Morse, Opossum Nicholson, Allan Rubin, Candy Spilner, Michael Thompson, Dasha Zibrova, and Alice Zinnes. Audio/visual artists include Elizabeth Ennis and Nicole Lattuca & Matthew Mottel. And writers include Lauren Dennis, Dany Gagnon, Mary O’Keefe Brady, and Katherine Shahadeh.
The activities of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance are made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.