This summer on Governors Island (2014)

Holocenter House,  photo by D. Carlton Bright

**The HoloCenter is now located at 403 Colonels Row**


We are excited to announce that the Holocenter will be taking up residence at one of the turn-of-the-century houses in Nolan Park on Governors Island.  Although the Island will be open seven days a week this summer, public gallery hours will be from 12-6pm Saturdays and Sundays and by appointment.  You can expect to see more puzzling and tantalizing works of holographic artistry from May 24th until September 28th at house 4B.  Each weekend a different artist will show their work in the upstairs gallery as part of a series of projection art ‘Parallax’.  The Holocenter is also teaming up with the New York Stereoscopic Association to showcase 3D imagery, from random dot stereograms to a glasses-free display for viewing 3D photography.  The New York Stereoscopic Association will be bringing in speakers, presentations and historic 3D prints on select dates so stay tuned.  Exhibitions at the other houses on Nolan Park will be produced by the Rubin Museum of Art, the International Center for Photography, the Museum of Math and a number of art galleries and cultural organizations. See you on the Island!

More info and workshop schedule     Directions and ferry schedules

Allison Meier’s article about the Holocenter House for Hyperallergic

and check out the May Newsletter to find out about the Holocenter’s pop up show at LIC Arts Open, our collaboration with the West Harlem Arts Fund to curate ‘Repurpose’ – a festival of lights and more…