Art

Rompe Puesto Exhibition At BRAC

Posted on December 30, 2009, 11:57 pm
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Please join us in celebrating the New Year with ROMPE PUESTO, a one-night, celebratory performance event highlighting and deconstructing piñatas created by 22 NYC artists. Participants are invited to take a swing in hopes of collecting the artistic contents inside each piñata.

The opening will be held on Friday, January 8, 2010 from 7 – 10 p.m. and is organized by Blanka Amezkua & Ronny Quevedo, with sounds by DJ Juan Mapu.

ARTISTS:
Damali Abrams, Fanny Allie & Jun Aizaki, Gabriela Alva Cal y Mayor, Daniel Bejar, Melissa A. Calderón, Alex Campaz, Brendan Carroll, Abigail Deville, Oasa Duverney, Michelle Frick, Irvin Morazan, Ivan Monforte, Las Hermanas Iglesias, Laura Napier, Wanda Ortiz, Olek & Blanka Amezkua, Risa Puno, Kenya Robinson, Jorge Rojas, Jessica Rosen, Ronny Quevedo, Mary Valverde.

ROMPE PUESTO loosely translates into “breaking ground.” In this scenario, the artists and the organizers use the cathartic act of celebration to foster
new alternatives to exhibit, perform, congregate, and collaborate.

ADMISSION: free!

ADDRESS:
Bronx River Art Center
1087 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, NY 10460

Tel.:         718-589-5819
Webstie: here

DIRECTIONS:

Subway: #2 or #5 to West Farms Sq./East Tremont Ave. Walk one block East.
Bus:        #’s 9, 21, 36, 40, 42 or Q44 to East Tremont & Boston Road.
Car:         Bruckner Expwy to Sheridan Expwy, Exit at Tremont Ave. or Cross Bronx Expwy to Rosedale Ave., North
                 to Tremont Ave., West to Bronx St.
Also:       Bronx River Pkwy South to Exit 5 (177th St.), two blocks to Devoe Ave. Right two blocks to E. Tremont
                Ave., Left one block to Bronx St.

 

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