Joseph Cavalieri - International Year of De-Light
at the OUT Hotel
510 West 42nd Street (btw 10 & 11th Aves)
September 1st 2015 - March 1st 2016

Joseph Cavalieri will be holding exclusive talks where he will be discussing his work, the history of stain glass and his exhibition at the hotel.
Please RSVP to attend.
Thursday, November 12th 6-7pm
Saturday, January 16th 1-2pm
Saturday, February 13th 1-2pm
Call or Contact The Ivy Brown Gallery

Jackie O 586

Let the De-Light in at the OUT Hotel September 1st, 2015. In conjunction with the United Nations International Year of Light, Joseph Cavalieri, the founder of CAVAglass is making 25 site specific light boxes for the gallery space at the hotel that spans one city block between 42nd/41st streets. Originally, stained glass was used as a recruitment tool in Medieval times, telling stories of the bible to illiterate people. Joseph Cavalieriís art continues to use illuminated glass, but he updates the visuals with modern day stories, imaginary landscapes and contemporary figures. These range from portraits of Jackie O, Agnes Moorehead, Isaac Hayes, and Bill Pearl (Mr. Universe), to the Simpsonís.
See more in Wall Street International Magazine.

Marge 400 h isaac 400 h cleaned dive 400 h

About Joseph Cavalieri: Since 1997 Cavalieri has lived as full time artist, exhibiting internationally and teaching workshops around the world. Cavalieri’s “Madonna & Prada” was acquired for the permanent collection at the Museum of Arts and Design in 2013. Joseph’s MTA Arts for Transit public art commission can be viewed at the Philipse Manor Train Station, in Westchester, New York. More recently, Joseph was selected to exhibit at the first biennial at the Museum of Arts and Design and chosen to be the keynote speaker at the Glass Society of Ireland and NCAD in October 2015. 
Cavalieri’s aim is to merge contemporary imagery with the time-honored processes of painted stained glass. This technique was originally created by Medieval stained glass artists, and uses enamel paints which are made of ground glass, metals and pigment. Most of Joseph’s work is set into wall hung stainless steel light boxes with internal LED lighting. Cavalieri is a New Yorker, currently based in the East Village of Manhattan.

Find more about Joseph Cavalieri here. Or on Facebook