An exciting new exhibition Process Reimagined – Building it Up to Tear it Down is opening at Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos and is featuring artists, who are connected through the broad processes of making, deconstruction of materials, evidence of labor, and the absence of the artist’s hand.
Process Reimagined – Building it up to Tear it Down presents a series of artworks across a range of mediums and disciplines and focuses on the ebb and flow of construction / deconstruction inherently tied to the artists’ personal act of making.
Curator: Rachel Sydlowski.
Participating Artists: Karewith Casas | Duane Bailey Castro | Anny Chen | Christian Amaya Garcia | Sonja John | Sakura Abdel-Rahman | Matt Robinson
Join us for the opening reception on Wednesday, March 29, 2023, from 06:00 p.m. to 08:00 p.m., and view these thought-provoking works. RSVP required. We encourage visitors to arrive early as capacity at the gallery is limited.
To RSVP, please contact us below.
Image caption: Sakura Abdel-Rahman, Ibaraki, mixed media.
Note: Visitors to Hostos no longer need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative PCR test to enter. Masks are not required at this time, but individuals are welcome to continue wearing them.
About Bronx Council On The Arts
Founded by visionary community leaders in 1962, the Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) is dedicated to advancing cultural equity in Bronx. From creative placemaking and arts advocacy to the provision of services for artists and arts organizations, as well as programming for children and seniors, BCA was the first organization in Bronx to focus equally on supporting local artists, serving the community, and catalyzing relationships between the two.
Since its founding, BCA has focused on the work of underrepresented groups, especially artists of color, women, and members of the LGBTQ community. We provide direct services to over 1,000 artists and 250 community-based arts groups each year, and thanks to our granting programs, we are able to touch the lives of over thousands of audience members.
Bronx Council On The Arts
2700 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461
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- To register, please visit here.
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- To register, please visit here.
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