We are proud to announce that Ben Quesnel’s work will be featured in “The Ripple Effect”, an exhibition at ArtPort Kingston.
ArtPort Kingston is “a newly established cultural space in the historic Cornell Steamboat Building along the Rondout Creek in Kingston, NY. ArtPort aims to be a destination for art experiences and unconventional interaction between contemporary art and a wide range of audiences. A family-friendly platform for art exhibitions, performances, workshops, and community gatherings.”. “The Ripple Effect”, which opened on June 27, is part of ArtPort Kingston’s summer show.
This show is an “exhibition of dialogues in flux: In our current times of unknown and
unrest, perhaps the power of art can provide alternative perspectives.”
The exhibition is constantly changing, adding new artworks and different configurations of installations. More than 50 artists were invited to create site-specific installations along the Waterway landscape. Some of the featured artists are Mary Ann Strandall, Susan Jennings, Will van Roden, Dasha Bazanova, Undine Brod, Gabe Brown, Melissa Dadourian, Jeila Gueramian, Miwa Koizumi, Ann Mailey, Ruby Palmer, Traci Talassco, Clare Torina, Christine Stiver, Julie Hedrick, Samantha Strand, Roberta Ziemba. For this exhibition, Ben Quesnel contributed his artwork Legs.
“The Ripple Effect” will be open to the public until August 9.