Exhibitions at the Knight Campus Art Gallery, CCRI

Cat Show

Open Call:
The Community College of Rhode Island’s Knight Campus Art Gallery director and curator, Viera Levitt, is seeking art work for a show and discussion titled “We Talk about Architecture, Architecture Talks Back
for the Spring 2011 semester

Knight Campus Art Gallery invites you to
the exhibition
Wendy Wahl: Spheres (of knowledge)
Exhibition dates: March 3 – 25, 2011

Opening of the exhibition
Jane Masters: Don't Try This At Home
October 19, 2010, Knight Campus Art Gallery, CCRI
Artist Jane Masters (left) and curator of the exhibition and Gallery Director Viera Levitt (right). Photo: Denny Moers

AS220 Artists and Friends at CCRI
February 2010

Claudia Flynn: Mythos+Pathos
Community College of Rhode Island’s
Knight Campus Art Gallery
November 2009

Darrell Matsumoto:
Constructed Photographs (1989-2009)

Community College of Rhode Island’s
Knight Campus Art Gallery

Exhibitions at Myopic Books:

Viera Levitt: Do You See What I See?

Opening: Sunday, August 9, 2009, 5–7 pm
Myopic Books, Main Street, Wakefield RI

Irene Lawrence: MISCELLANEA
Myopic Books
, May-June 2009

Susan Clausen:
None of These Things is just like the Others

April - May 2009

Leah Grear Memory:Drawings, March 2009

A Furtive Assembly.
Works by Kristin Sollenberger
and Jill McLaughlin
, December 2008

Photography by Mathias Oppersdorff
October 2008



Other Exhibitions / Projects in the USA

Mobile Art Project
This project presents contemporary artwork within the space of a 16-foot box truck. The first installation is a sound piece by internationally exhibited artist, China Blue, entitled Aqua Alta.

27m; an Interactive Sound Installation:
A corner of Slovakia
brought to Providence by Ilona Nemeth

The sidewalk of Empire Street/AS 220


Close Encounters: Central European Video Art
Curated by Viera Levitt for the University of Rhode Island & Kingston Train Station, January - February 2008

Curator builds a bridge between two cultures

Protest against URI's decision
to eliminate the Fine Arts Center Galleries

Images from the meeting

Another Kind of Music, Another Kind of Dance
An Evening of Video Art from Central Europe
Hera Gallery, Wakefield, April 3, 2008

New Video Art from Central Europe
Curated for the RISD Museum, the video project presents a rotation of three programs. Each program centers on emerging questions specific to this post-communist region.

New Video Art from Central Europe, Part 1: Art Power (pdf file)
With an eye for Central European artists' marked sense of irony and sarcasm, this program explores contemporary art's social side, its relationship to power, and how it can be used or misused by artists such as the Azzoro Group (with artists Oskar Dawicki, Igor Krenz, Wojciech Niedzielko, Lukasz Skapski) of Poland, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova of Slovakia, and Little Warsaw (with artists Andras Galik and Balint Havas) of Hungary.

New Video Art from Central Europe, Part 2: Global Impact (pdf file)
Are artists from the Central European region dealing with the same issues as Americans? This program underlines the connections between Central Europe and United States, looking at omnipresent globalization and notions of civilization. Artists include Ilona Nemeth (Slovakia), Pavel Mrkus (the Czech Republic), and Juraj Dudas (Slovakia).

New Video Art from Central Europe, Part 3: Their Stories (pdf file)
The final instalment of this series, featuring artist Pavlina Fichta Cierna (Slovakia), looks closely at the stories of those who live on the margins of society; and forgotten histories from the communist past in Zbynek Baladran's video collages using the archive materials (Czech Republic). 

Exhibitions / Projects in Europe


Discussion MIKROSKOP 07
artist Ilona Nemeth, host: Viera Levitt
Wednesday, November 25, 2009, 6pm
Bratislava, Slovakia

Choreography of the html code
Independent curator Viera Levitt
and Ursula Endlicher discuss
new media art in the USA.
FreeDom, Bahon, Slovak Republic


Contact Viera Levitt