Neiman Art Center Talk Reveals Photograph of Founding Father’s Slave Cemetery

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me New York artist Xiomáro (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro) presented a talk at the LeRoy Neiman Art Center on August 6, 2014 to discuss his photographs, which are on display as part of the Center’s Courage and Creativity group exhibit.  One of the photographs that drew much interest and discussion depicted a little-known slave cemetery at theContinue reading “Neiman Art Center Talk Reveals Photograph of Founding Father’s Slave Cemetery”

National Park Service Commissions Xiomáro To Photograph Boston Harbor Islands and Launch Artist-in-Residence Program

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me This summer, visitors to the Boston Harbor Islands may encounter the lens of New York artist Xiomáro (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro). The National Park Service has commissioned the fine art photographer to create a visual collection of Peddocks, Spectacle and other islands that will be exhibited throughout the state to raise public awareness of theContinue reading “National Park Service Commissions Xiomáro To Photograph Boston Harbor Islands and Launch Artist-in-Residence Program”

Fire Island Presents “Revolutionary” Photo Exhibit at Patchogue Ferry Terminal

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me The first artistic collection of photographs documenting William Floyd’s Old Mastic House will be presented by Fire Island National Seashore at the Patchogue Ferry Terminal.  The exhibit, The William Floyd Estate Comes to Fire Island, opens on July 4 and remains on view until August 17, 2014.  Some of the images are drawnContinue reading “Fire Island Presents “Revolutionary” Photo Exhibit at Patchogue Ferry Terminal”

Harvard’s Photo Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Views of Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me Harvard University’s Lamont/Pusey Library presents selections from the photographic series Theodore Roosevelt – “How I Love Sagamore Hill” by Xiomáro (SEE-oh-MAH-ro).  The New York artist was commissioned by the National Park Service to photograph the interiors of the president’s “Summer Whitehouse” at what is now Sagamore Hill National Historic Site in Oyster Bay,Continue reading “Harvard’s Photo Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Views of Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House”

Harlem’s “Courage and Creativity” Exhibit Features Photographs From Xiomáro

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me Photographs created by New York artist Xiomáro (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro) will be included in the LeRoy Neiman Art Center’s exhibit Courage and Creativity from June 2 to July 12, 2014 in Harlem, New York City. The exhibit showcases works inspired by an observation attributed to the renowned artist, Henri Matisse:  “creativity takes courage.”  InContinue reading “Harlem’s “Courage and Creativity” Exhibit Features Photographs From Xiomáro”

“Long Island at War” Exhibit Features Photographs From Xiomáro

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me Photographs created by Xiomáro (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro) will be included in the Long Island Museum’s large scale exhibit Long Island at War:  Battle Front and Home Front, from May 23 to December 29, 2014, in Stony Brook, New York. He is the only contemporary artist to be included in an exhibit featuring over 200Continue reading ““Long Island at War” Exhibit Features Photographs From Xiomáro”

Harvard Photo Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Views of Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill

  http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me Harvard University’s Lamont/Pusey Library opens the New Year with selections from the photographic series Theodore Roosevelt – “How I Love Sagamore Hill” by Xiomáro.  The New York artist was commissioned by the National Park Service to photograph the interiors of the president’s “Summer Whitehouse” at what is now Sagamore Hill National HistoricContinue reading “Harvard Photo Exhibit Features Rarely Seen Views of Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill”

New York City’s African Burial Ground National Monument Exhibits Photographic Memorial of Little Known Slave Cemetery During Black History Month

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me New York City’s African Burial Ground National Monument celebrates Black History Month with the photographic exhibit The Other Side – Charles, Caesar, Harry, Sam, Pompey, Lon and Isaac by New York artist Xiomáro. The Other Side is the first photographic series centering on the burial ground of the little-known slaves from the William FloydContinue reading “New York City’s African Burial Ground National Monument Exhibits Photographic Memorial of Little Known Slave Cemetery During Black History Month”

TR’s Sagamore Hill Visits FDR’s Hyde Park

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me The National Park Service in Hyde Park opens the new year with selections from the photographic series Theodore Roosevelt – “How I Love Sagamore Hill” by Xiomáro.  The New York artist, also known as “X”, was commissioned by the National Park Service to photograph the interiors of the president’s house at what is nowContinue reading “TR’s Sagamore Hill Visits FDR’s Hyde Park”

Sea Cliff’s K. DiResta Collective Exhibits “City Grids, Country Patterns” Photos

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact Me Roslyn Heights artist, Xiomáro, presents his new photographic art series, City Grids, Country Patterns, at Sea Cliff’s K. DiResta Collective from October 1 to November 1, 2013. The 12 photographs in the series juxtapose views of contemporary New York City skyscrapers with those of J. Alden Weir’s historically preserved Connecticut homeContinue reading “Sea Cliff’s K. DiResta Collective Exhibits “City Grids, Country Patterns” Photos”