“Urban Environment Project" is an exhibition presenting the art works of seven international artists: Montserrat Daubon, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Hiroshi Jashiki, Leslie Powell, Anya Roz, Tafa, Pedro Villalta Curated by Mariano Cinat, the exhibition explores how these 7exceptional artists from around the world use painting, sculpture, photography and mixed media to express their visions of our great city.
This project explores the impact the urban environment has on an artist and how their work reflects the spirit and vitality of the community. Harlem has attitude and visceral qualities. The visual voice of the participating artists are incited by the city’s energy and translated into color, texture, movement and story.
Opening Reception May 2nd from 6 to 9
Location:Pop-Up Gallery at 1961 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. at the corner of 118th Street.
For more info call Leanne @ 917 273 4405 or Mariano Cinat @ 347 607 8500