My work will be featured in the group art show at Rush Arts Gallery (12/1 ~12/10) in Chelsea, NY and at Crossing Art Gallery (12/10~12/31) in Flushing, Queens.
On December 1st, NYCEDC President Seth W. Pinsky and Curate NYC Executive Producers Brian Tate and Danny Simmons were joined by emerging New York City-based artists to unveil the 150 winning works of art for the second annual Curate NYC exhibition. Curate NYC is a program designed by the City to heighten visibility and increase career opportunities for New York City-based visual artists. With over 1,500 submissions this year, Curate NYC far exceeded the 1,190 submissions the exhibition received in its inaugural year. The 150 winning works of art are reproduced as 11 x 6 inch postcards and exhibited at Rush Arts Gallery + Resource Center in Chelsea. Additionally, five galleries—one per borough—will also curate and exhibit their own shows of the actual full-size works by Curate NYC artists. The gallery exhibitions will run to February 1, 2012, and additional entries will be featured in special online exhibitions on the project website, curated by noted museum curators and gallery directors.
Photo credit: Ed Marshall Photography via The Huffington Post
I wasn’t sure why an empty food display container was placed in front of this small deli store in Harlem. Was it broken? It did not appear to be thrown out. Was it waiting for stuffs to be filled in? Or was it just cleaned up? As a quick passerby, what was captured on this ordinary container made my eyes full!
Nov. 14, 2011