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by JAY LUSTIG
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DAVID MICHAEL HOWARTH PHOTOGRAPHY

Bruce Beasley’s “Dorion” with projections by Ricardo Rivera of The Klip Collective is part of “Night Forms” at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, through April 7.

Through Feb. 23: “Misfits & Weirdos,” works by Sydnei Smith Jordan at Perkins Center for the Arts, Collingswood.
Through Feb. 23: “Recovery and Restoration: The Pieces of Me Collection,” works by Quinton L. Greene at Perkins Center for the Arts, Collingswood.

Through Feb. 25: “Alonzo Adams: A Griot’s Vision at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Through Feb. 25: “Expressive Impressions in Linoleum,” works by Tenjin Ikeda at 1978 Maplewood Arts Center. (NJArts.net Review)

Through Feb. 26: “Afrofuturism: 100 Years After the Harlem Renaissance” at The Gallery at Paper Mill, Millburn. (NJArts.net Review)

Through Feb. 29: “Waging Art: Tackling Grief and Trauma with Creative Arts” at Puffin Cultural Forum, Teaneck.
Through Feb. 29: “Tracey Ann Finley Art: Abstracts vs. Outsiders Exhibition, The Battle Between the Undefined and the Unconventional” at Middletown Arts Center.

Through March 1: “Black and White Imprint” at Studio Montclair Gallery. Works by Peter Allen, Sybil Archibald, Andrei Averbuch, Susanna Baker, Wendy Bellermann, Nancy Blankenhorn, Janet Boltax, Cathleen McCoy Bristol, Robyn Burns, Joan Carter, Elizabeth Catlett, Jeanette Centano, Pauline Chernichaw, Kathryn Crawford, Alison Deas, Anne Dushanko Dobek, Kate Dodd, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Richard Gaines, Judy Gould, Curtis Grayson III, Ivan Grosz, Kristen Iannuzzelli, Ben Jones, Veda Kagabo, Martine Kasmin, Catherine Kinkade, Neal Korn, Yvette Lucas, A Capella Lynch, Lisa Marseglia-Moran, Stephen J. McKenzie, Leonard Merlo, Chuck Miley, Savannah Mora, Paulina Oliveres, Sylvia Padilla, William Pew, William Phipps, John Piccoli, Marsha Pickett, Erica Engfer Pizza, Carrie Podell, Kristian Sacca, Paul Schmitz, Jay Seldin, Fausto Sevila, Stephen Spiller, Nette Forné Thomas, Dawn Tighe, Nakija Tobias, Gwen Verner, Larry Walker, Besa Washington, Greg Weinberger, Andrienne Wheeler, Hale Aspacio Woodruff.

Through March 3: “W. Carl Burger (1925–2023)” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
Through March 3: “Traditions and Transitions: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in Black Art,” presented by Art in the Atrium at Art Upstairs and Starlight galleries at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.

Through March 9: “Ellen Harvey: The Disappointed Tourist” at Rowan University Art Gallery & Museum, Glassboro.

Through March 10: “Debra Cartwright: Inaugural AACC Founders Fellow Exhibition” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through March 14: “Reflections” at Hamilton Street Gallery, Bound Brook. Works by Luis Alves: Collage, Peter Arakawa, Victoire Batiste, Nanette Reynolds Beachner, Neil Besignano, Lucas Black, Samantha Brown, Virtinia Carroll, Patryk Chojnowski, Joanne Devine, Oliver Elliott, Steven Epstein, Aaron C. Fisher, Darlene Foster, Joseph Funaro, Jackson George, Agnes Golen, Kate Griffin, Michele Guttenberg, Ann Hjelle, Richard Isolde, Kristy Brucale Jach, Anton Kaplan, Erin Kuhn, David La Morte, Lizette Louis, Eliza Louro, John Marron, Maryann Martin, Larry McCandlish, Courtney Minor, Jana Ortiz, Sylvia Padilla, Stacey AS Pritchard, Desh Ranjan, Ellen Rebarber, Marianna Renda, Marcia Shiffman, Hannah Vargas.

Through March 18: “Mystery, Memory & Magic,” presented by Morris Arts at Atrium Gallery at Morris County Administration and Records Building, Morristown. Works by Lyanne Malamed, Xiomáro, Diane English, Hank Yaghooti, Lisa Bryn Cerny, Amy Whitman.

Through March 22: “Martha Heller: Impressions From Nature” at Studio Montclair.

Through March 31: “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” works by Judy Brodsky, Linda Dubin Garfield, Pamela Tudor and Elsa Wachs at Noyes Art Garage, Atlantic City.

Through April 3: “The Universe of Ben Jones” at The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery at New Jersey City University.
Through April 3: “Constellations” (complementing “The Universe of Ben Jones”) at The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery at New Jersey City University. Works by Ray Arcadio, Josephine Barreiro, Gianluca Bianchino, Gerardo Castro, Jose Manuel Cruz, Orlando Cuevas, Gerald Glover, Troy Jones, Heejung Kim, Richard LaRovere, Mansa K. Mussa, Mustart, Oroccoro, Jose Pardo, Michele A. Pope, Lucy Rovetto, Omar Saed, Danielle Scott, Will Suarez and Bisa Washington.
Through April 3: “10 of 80 + 1” at Rowan University Art Gallery & Museum, Glassboro. Works by Pat Adams, Judith Bernstein, Blythe Bohnen, Louise Bourgeois, Diane Burko, Audrey Flack, Nancy Grossman, Lila Katzen, Alice Neel, Sylvia Sleigh.

Through April 7: “Night Forms” at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton. (NJArts.net Review)
Through April 7: “Contemporary African Spirituality” at Herb + Milly Iris Gallery at South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Through May 5: “The Science Behind Pixar” at Liberty Science Center, Jersey City.

Through May 17: “Our House Is on Fire,” works by Judy Brodsky, Linda Dubin Garfield, Pamela Tudor and Elsa Wachs at Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall, Hammonton.

Through May 20: “Contemporary African Spirituality in Art” at Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University, South Orange. Works by Seyi Adebanjo, Ron Baker, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Digi Chivetta, Elvira Clayton, Willie Cole, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Maurice Evans, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Toka Hlongwane, Tenjin Ikeda, Damien Jélaine, Ben F. Jones, brandon king, Grace Kisa, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Cassandra Martin, Don Miller, Data Oruwari, Komikka Patton, Fahamu Pecou, Rosy Petri, Ransome, Sachi Rome, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Erik Olivera Rubio, Ghislaine Sabiti.

Through May 24: “Gallery Aferro: Dignity and Beauty” at Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit. Works by Katrina Bello, Anjali Benjamin-Webb, Ruth Borgenicht, Amy Faris, Krystle Lemonias, kara lynch, Bud McNichol, Lisette Morel and Steve Rossi.
Through May 24: “LeAndra LeSeur and Anna Parisi: Bearing Witness” at Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit.
Through May 24: “Kay Reese: 50 Million African Trees” at Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit.
Through May 24: “Hidemi Takagi: Identities” at Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit.

Through May 26: “Animal Kingdom” at Newark Museum of Art.
Through May 26: “Charlotte Schulz: A Constellation of Small Events” at ArtYard, Frenchtown.

Through June 23: “Century: 100 Years of Black Art at MAM” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through June 30: “George Inness: Visionary Landscapes” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through July 21: “Jim Toia: Notes on Threatened Landscapes at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.

Through July 31: “George Segal: Themes and Variations at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Through July 31: Sky HOPINKA: “Kunįkaga Remembers Red Banks, Kunįkaga Remembers the Welcome Song” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Through July 31: “Repossession: Didier William and Paul Gardère at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.

Through Aug. 1: “Monuments: Ledelle Moe’s Outdoor Sculptures” at ArtYard, Frenchtown.

Through Aug. 4: “Siona Benjamin: Lilith in the New World” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through Oct. 13: “Joel Meyerowitz: Photographs from Cape Cod (1976-1987)” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through Dec. 31: “Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass” at Newark Museum of Art.
Through Dec. 31: “That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family” at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton.

Through Jan. 11, 2026: “Family, Community, Belonging: Works from the Collection” at Montclair Art Museum.

March 2-May 5: “Local Artists on Display” at 503 Social Club, Hoboken. Works by Andrea Kroening, Jen Morris, Deborah Pohl, Nancy Tompkins.

March 25-June 15: “Jack Larimore: Bonding” at Rowan University Art Gallery & Museum, Glassboro.

April 19-21: Garden State Art Weekend.

June 4-July 26: “Drag Is Not a Crime” at Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall, Hammonton.

July 5-Sept. 29: “Abhijeet Shrivastava” at Noyes Art Garage, Atlantic City.

Aug. 8-Oct. 25: “Interwoven Narratives: A Basketry Odyssey” at Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall, Hammonton.

Oct. 9-Feb. 2: “Still Here! The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape and Powhatan-Renape Nations of Southern, New Jersey” at Noyes Art Garage, Atlantic City.

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