Mayday! EAARTH exhibit to open Dec. 13 – 17, 2022 at Ceres Gallery,
547 W 27th Street, rm 201, curated by M. Annenberg
Is There a Climate Emergency?
M.Annenberg will interview Bill McKibben and Dr. James Hansen virtually on Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022 at the gallery from 3 -4 pm. In person author Geoff Dembicki will discuss his just published, The Petroleum Papers: Inside the Far-Right Conspiracy to Cover Up Climate Change, from 4 -5 pm. Carried on Instagram Live, m. Annenberg. RSVP to m.annenberg(at)att.net
Now available on youtube MAYDAY! EAARTH Interviews: McKibben & Dr. James Hansen
Artist Talk – The Society for Ethical Culture, NYC, Sunday, February 27, 2022, 11 am, “What Don’t We Know and Why Don’t We Know It?”
Solo exhibition, Maine Jewish Museum, Portland Maine, May 5 – June 24, 2022, News/ Not News.
NY exhibit ‘Earth on the Edge’ weaves wonder, dread into mesmerizing art
By Jim McDermott
December 22, 2021
The varied works in the provocative “Earth on the Edge: 12 Artists Declare a Climate Emergency” at the Ceres Gallery in Manhattan seem to invite viewers into a quiet contemplation of environmental loss.
Earth on the Edge exhibit, Ceres Gallery, 547 West 27th Street, rm. 201, NYC,
curated by M. Annenberg. Twelve artists declare a climate emergency.
December 14 – 24, 2021. Educational event, Saturday, December 18, 2021,
from 2:30- 4:30 pm. Dr. Klaus H. Jacob, Earth Institute, Paul Miller, a/k/a DJ Spooky and
Elly Lessin, Project Drawdown.
Artist talk on propaganda, at Ceres Gallery, NYC, Dec. 13, 2018, published on www.projectcensored.org.
EARTH SOS Exhibit co-curated by M. Annenberg, at Flomenhaft Gallery, Suite 200, 547 W. 27th, NY 10001. September 15 – October 29, 2016
Opening Reception, September 15, 2016, 6-8 pm
Talk: Dr. James Hansen, former Director, NASA, Goddard Institute for Space Studies, September 20, 2016 at 6 pm.
This exhibit seeks to highlight our imminent climate emergency. | Video Link | Trailer
Bruce High Quality Foundation University, 33 34th Street, Industry City, Brooklyn. Sunday, April 24, 2016 @ 2 pm.
Parallel Processes: Artists and Activists in Dialogue. Moderator, Sarah Kisner. Panelists, Marcia Annenberg,
Andrew Kruczkiewicz, Mary Mattingly.
ATOA, Artists Talk On Art
National Arts Club, 16 Gramercy Park South, New York City
February 23, 2016 @ 6:30 pm
The Artist’s Role In Society
Moderator, Ronald Feldman, Director, Ronald Feldman Gallery
Artists, M. Annenberg, Mari Biro,Hhu, Luma Jasim
29-35 9th Avenue, New York City
March 3, 2016 @ 7 pm
Art & Activism: How do we quantify the effects of art on social change?
Moderator. Erin McKinnon, founder, Green Light Sustainability Advisors
Artists, M. Annenberg,Andrea Bowers & Tara DePorte, founder, Human Impacts Institute
Commission on the Status of Women – UN Program of the Women’s Caucus for Art
Salvation Army/ International Social Justice Commission, 221 East 52nd Street, New York City
March 22, 2016 @ 8:30 am
Moderator, Maureen Burns-Bowie
Presenters, M. Annenberg, Dr. Karen Frostig, Madeleine Segall-Marx
WCA International Caucus Honor Roll Award for work focusing on media’s ongoing omissions and misinformation about
social, political and environmental issues.
M. Annenberg featured in March issue of Origins Magazine, issue # 23: 100 Top Creatives.
Solo show, “News/ Not News” to open January 27 – February 27, 2015 at Fairleigh Dickinson University,
College Art Gallery, 1000 River Road, Teaneck, New Jersey. Artist talk, Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 2:00 – 3:00 pm.
Panel entitled, “Art, Activism and Global Warming” to include Director of NASA, Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Dr. Gavin A. Schmidt, and artists M. Annenberg, Jeff Carpenter, Aviva Rahmani, and Simone Spicer, on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, from 6 -8 pm, Flomenhaft Gallery, 547 W. 27th Street, 2nd floor.
The image of “No News Is Good News” will be used as the cover art illustration for the upcoming book, Project Censored 2014.
Annenberg proposed the exhibit, “Petroleum Paradox”, to the Women’s Caucus for Art. Originating at Denise Bibro Gallery, NYC, 2012, it
is moving to the Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River, MA, 2013.
Spotlight on Success: Marcia Annenberg has been published in the NY Women’s Business Examiner channel at the following link Spotlight on Success: Marcia Annenberg who is a painter of political subjects.
One-person exhibit, entitled, News/ Not News to open April 28 – June 18, 2010 at Boricua College,
3755 Broadway (at 156th Street) New York, New York. Opening reception, Thursday, April 29 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Artist talk, Wednesday, May 19, 2010 at 6 p.m. in the fourth floor gallery.
Bunnatine Greenhouse is scheduled to speak
Annenberg’s painting “The Housewife”, selected for the permanent collection
of the Florida Holocaust Museum.
“Little Red” installation featured in Moral Courage Project,
Annenberg’s painting, “The Disappeared”, has
been selected for the permanent collection of the
London Jewish Museum of Art, London, England.
Annenberg’s painting, “Resistance“, has been selected for the permanent collection of Yad Vashem Art Museum, in Israel.
Influenced by Goya, the painting deals with oppression, suffering and transcendence.
“In the Still of the Night” a painting about apathy and genocide, is now part of the permanent collection of The Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Marcia Annenberg’s painting, “Babi Yar/ Bosnia” is featured in the just published, “The Ashen Rainbow: Essays on the Arts and the Holocaust,” by Ori Z. Soltes, Bartleby Press.
NEW BBC DOCUMENTARY
Features Painting by Marcia Annenberg
“Resistance,” a painting by New York-based artist Marcia Annenberg,
is discussed in a new BBC documentary examining the history, significance
and contemporary resonance of Goya’s masterpiece, “The Executions
of the Third of May, 1814.” The documentary, entitled “The
Private Life of a Masterpiece III” premiered on BBC2 on January
26th of this year. It runs 50 minutes; its director is Mick Gold.
PAINTING BY MARCIA ANNENBERG SELECTED FOR COVER OF
THE HOLOCAUST AND OTHER GENOCIDES: HISTORY, REPRESENTATION, ETHICS
Babi Yar/Bosnia is a commentary
on the continuity of the methods of extermination preferred by mass murders,
and was influenced by the painting Before and After by Andy Warhol. “Warhol’s
painting refers to our perception of physical beauty along racial lines,
as influenced by advertising,” said Annenberg. “However, during
the Holocaust racial characteristics could seal your doom. And racial
characteristics in Bosnia, Kosovo, Rwanda, and America have meant certain