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“O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!”


 “Jabberwocky”, Lewis Carroll, “Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There”


Let it never be said that this exhibition lacks a theme.

All exhibitions need a theme and this one can be gotten from its title, “Frabjous”, meaning delightful, wonderful, superb.

Each of the works in this exhibition contains one of these qualities, many two, and some all three.


Works in the exhibition embody the spirit of unfettered creativity characterized by Carroll`s poem quoted above and the book from which it springs.

Unbridled imagination, unconstrained by conventional logic, offers glimpses into worlds unseen and unknown. Seemingly frivolous, the frabjous liberates by example; its exuberance and unpredictability infectious. Difficult to legislate against, it is the enemy of all oppression and repression.


Frabjous is curated by Joel Carreiro,  Lili Jamail, and Dionis Ortiz.


Participating artists: Michael Berube, Gloria Adams, Andy Van Dinh, Christina Ballantyne, Carol Radsprecher, Peter Hoffmeister, Oksana Prokopenko, Julia Whitney Barnes, Mark Attebery, Michelle Droll, Paul Anagnostopoulos, Sarah Chapman, James Vanderberg, 

EunSun Choi, Jessica Mensch, Madhini Nirmal, Malin Arbrahamsson, Sandra Mack-Valencia, Sarah Gutwirth


September 7 - October 25th, 2018

Opening reception: September 14th, 2018, 7-9 pm

Artists Walk-through (guided tour led by the curators): October 11th, 7- 9 pm



For more information:

Press Contact: Frank Sabatte 212-265-3209 ext. 218

Location: The Church of St. Paul the Apostle / corner of Columbus Ave & W60th, Manhattan
Daily Hours:  M-F 8am -5:00pm /  Sat. 8-6 / Sun. 8-6:30pm

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