Vorágine Opening Reception and Performance

A black painting with very thin, bright red, blue and white lines in curves like loose threads or in small grids in triangles or quadrilateral shapes.
Cecilia Biagini, Urban Nature, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 56 x 42 inches, courtesy of the artist and Ruiz-Healy Art, New York/San Antonio

Join us Saturday, June 1, at 4 pm, for an opening reception of Vorágine: Yente and Cecilia Biagini, with a special performance featuring improvisational violins at 5 pm by exhibiting artist Cecilia Biagini and Aimée Niemann.

Vorágine is curated by Ayelen Pagnanelli, Skidmore College class of 2014, who will be here to celebrate the opening of her show and her 10-year class reunion.

About the Performers

Cecilia Biagini and Aimée Niemann are an interdisciplinary duo who combine sound, movement, and visual art to create experimental and immersive environments for their audiences. The duo cultivates freedom and innovation in their artistic expression by using improvisation to interlace divergent mediums, including violins and voice, movement, sculpture, and found objects. Formed in 2019, the duo has presented installations and performances at AC Institute in New York, 2020, and at Biagini’s exhibition, Detour, at Ruiz-Healy Art Gallery, New York, 2022.

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