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ongoing: now-Feb. 2

WNY Artists — Works by Neil Mahar, David Pierro, Candace Keegan, John Farallo, Chris McGee, Tim Raymond, Eileen Pleasure, Eric Evinczik, Barbara Crocker, Thomas Bittner, Susan Leibel, Barbara Lynch Johnt, Kisha Patterson, Lindsay Stong and Michael Mulley, on display through Thursday, Feb. 2, at Queen City Gallery, 617 Main St., Buffalo; Free. 868-8183

now-Feb. 3

Notable WNY Artists — Ex-

hibition featuring works by Edward G. Bisone, Jeanette Blair, Robert Blair, Harold Dodge, Hal English and many more, on display through Friday, Feb. 3, at Art Dialogue Gallery, 5 Linwood Ave., Buffalo; Free. 885-2251, www.wnyag.com

now-Feb. 4

John Rummell — Exhibition will feature the paintings of WNY artist John Rummell (1861-1942), on display through Saturday, Feb. 4, at Meibohm Fine Arts, Inc., E478 Main St., East Aurora. 652-0940, www.meibohmfinearts.com Between the Gates — A group exhibit of national and international pop-surrealist artists that explores the space and examines the experiences between heaven and hell, between a dream world and a waking state, on display through Saturday, Feb. 4, at Revolution Gallery, 1419 Hertel Ave., Buffalo; Free. 322-7656, www.revolutiongallery.com

now-Feb. 5

Claudia Joskowicz — The first time “Every Building on Avenida Alfonso Ugate - After Ruscha” collection has been shown in the U.S., on display through

Sunday, Feb. 5, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org Matt Hoyt: Recent Past — Hoyt’s first one-person museum exhibition, an installation of more than 100 objects, on display through Sunday, Feb. 5, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org

now-Feb. 12

Black and White Exhibition 2017 — Featuring works only in black and white, on display through Sunday, Feb. 12, in ART247’s Joseph Whalen Family Gallery, 247 Market St., Lockport. 404-9884, www.theART247.com Gisela Colón’s Otherworldly Glo-Pod Sculptures — An exhibition of sculptures by Los Angeles-based artist Gisela Colón that are made of blow-molded plastic and have a swelling, asymmetrical geometry that suggests both organic and liquid forms, on display through Sunday, Feb. 12, at the Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, 5795 Lewiston Road, Lewiston; donation. 286-8200, www.castellaniartmuseum.org

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