Sculpture Exhibit "Encircle" September 5 - October 3, 2020 The West 132nd Street Block Association Garden, West 132nd Street, New York
Why Art now ?
Amid the pandemic, political turmoil and demand for racial justice and human rights, why Art now ?
Art is a transcending experience, especially needed now, when our mundane lives are abnormally constricted and the dignity of people in our communities are compromised.
The exhibition is a collaborative project by four NYC-based fellow artists, from four different countries, who have gathered together with a purpose to create a sanctuary for souls, in the beautiful community garden; an offering to relax, re-energize and take a short sweet break from feeling weighed down by life.
The title “Encircle” comes from the idea to draw an imaginary circle around the viewer, circumscribing a space and a time for enjoyment and care for each other.
This exhibit is to welcome the community as the garden reopens in the beginning of fall.
“Becoming” and “Cosmos” by Shantel Rose Miller
“Conceptus et” by Haksul Lee
“I write you a flower” by Bruna D’Alessandro
“Confession” by Natsuki Takauji
A collaborative project by 4 NYC-based artists from 4 different countries, gathered together with a purpose to create a sanctuary for souls in the beautiful community garden.
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