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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 1, 2020

Heath Buckmaster
Marketing Director, Archival Gallery
(916) 923-6204 –¬†marketing@archivalgallery.com

MICHAEL HIMOVITZ REDUX – MARCH 5 – 28, 2020.

Sacramento, CA: Archival Gallery will present MICHAEL HIMOVITZ REDUX, a retrospective show and fundraiser supporting the 35th anniversary of the Artists in Crisis Fund – on exhibition March 5-28, 2020.

This group show features artists who exhibited or were represented by the Himovitz Gallery during the 1980s including: Suzanne Adan, JR Adan, John Stuart Berger, Mark Bryan, Daniel DiPierro, Al Farrow, Kurt Fishback, Anne Gregory, Melinda Susan Johnson, Tony Natsoulas, Robert Pengelly, Mick Sheldon, Stephanie Skalisky, Michael Stevens, and more.

Michael Himovitz was co-founder of Sacramento’s Second Saturday – a continuing monthly celebration of fine arts in the city. Well-remembered in the Sacramento arts community, the Michael Himovitz Gallery was one of the longest-lasting galleries and a fixture of 10th Street. The gallery’s final exhibition was in May 2001 at the Del Paso location (ref).

The Artists in Crisis Fund was created in memory of Fred Uhl Ball. Grants from this fund assist visual artists in Sacramento County who find themselves in a crisis situation, whether due to illness, injury, or other trauma.

Join us for Sacramento’s Second Saturday on March 14 from 6-9PM for a complimentary arts reception.

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Upcoming Exhibitions at Archival Gallery:

  • February 2020: Mariellen Layne and Michael Hoffee.
  • March 2020: Michael Himovitz Redux, a fundraiser for the 35th Anniversary of Artists in Crisis
  • April 2020: Miles Hermann, and 31 Days with Leslie McCarron and Debra Kreck-Harnish

Archival Gallery, in Sacramento since 1983, presents contemporary Northern California figurative works and fine art framing services. Managed by D. Oldham Neath, the gallery exhibit rotates monthly. Visit archivalgallery.com for more information.

Archival Gallery is located at 3223 Folsom Boulevard in East Sacramento and is open Tuesdays – Saturdays from 11AM-4PM, Thursdays and Fridays until 6PM, also by appointment and for special events.