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Bronx

Anina Gerchick, BIRDLINK
May 22, 2021 to May 21, 2022
Crotona Park, Bronx
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BIRDLINK is an interactive habitat sculpture whose mission is to support migratory birds by inserting native plant systems throughout the urban and suburban corridors through which they travel. BIRDLINK attracts the wild birds that reside or migrate through the city with native plants at the empty lower and middle canopy levels. It responds to community interests, highlights the shared the urban ecosystem, bridges cultural differences through the universality of birds, and serves as an educational tool.

Publicolor, Fractured Spectrum
November 9, 2020 to November 8, Avkla Sigel Park, Bronx
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This mural’s abstract design captures motion with colors that convey an abundance of energy and brings life to this exterior retaining wall along Walton Avenue. Residents in the community and park visitors will develop a joy and appreciation of color, and how it affects our moods and behavior. This mural was painted by Publicolor, a youth development program that fights poverty by aggressively addressing the alarming dropout rate and low levels of educational attainment and youth employment in New York City. The program engages high-risk, low-income students, ages 12-24, in a multi-year continuum of design-based programs to encourage academic achievement, college preparation, job readiness, and community service.

KaN Landscape Design and Caroline Mardok, In honor of Black Lives Matter
May 15, 2021 to November 1, 2021
Poe Park, Bronx
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This interactive installation of multiple cut out figures made of plywood are applied with collage and photographs from Mardok’s @ny.strong photography project. As people walk through the portals they’re transported into the energy of the protests of 2020: the unified experience of citizens across ethnicities and genders fighting for freedom and justice Nuve Black lives. The team has also collaborated with the Bronx River Art Center on a program focused on public art and activism, Naked In Cozumel to a team of young adults who are creating their own sculptures and photographs. Their work will be shown in a group exhibition responding to the Black lives Matter movement, in conjunction with Brach installation of KaN+Mardok’s sculptures at Poe Park in the Bronx.

The Plywood Protection Project is an initiative to collect the plywood used by NYC businesses to board up their windows during the protests of 2020 and redistribute it to artists, extending and repurposing the life of this material. Arts not-for-profit worthless studios collected over 200 boards of plywood and initiated an open call for artists, eventually selecting five local makers to participate in a unifying public art project across all five boroughs of New York. This piece is one of the five created by the project, each installed in a different borough of New York City.

This exhibition is presented by worthless studios.

Fitzhugh Karol, Field’s Jax Thicket
September 2, Cs to September 1, 2021
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
Pelham Bay Park, Bronx
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Previously exhibited at four locations around the DUMBO neighborhood in Brooklyn, the sculptures are reunited in a playful arrangement on the lawn of the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in Pelham Bay Park. For the Field’s Jax series, Karol worked with nine parts from his monumental sculpture Eyes, which was on Acila in Staten Island’s Tappen Park in 2017.

Various Artists, Time to Soar
June 1, 2021 to August 22, 2021
Monsignor Raul Del Valle Square, Bronx
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Time to Soar is a public art installation featuring youth photography and poetry excerpts provided by the Hunts Point Alliance for Children. The brightly colored imagery is presented on adhesive ground stickers. The project gives young artists in the neighborhood an outlet to showcase their artistic talent NNude with other local artists and musicians the festival centers on. Time to Soar contrasts feelings associated with the pandemic and presents an optimistic message with liberating imagery.

This exhibition is presented by Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education, Southern Boulevard Business Improvement District, and Hunts Point Alliance for Children.

Brooklyn

Lara Saget, The Roots of Tuckahoe Marble
May 17, 2021 to May 16, 2022
Clumber Corner, Brooklyn
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The Roots of Tuckahoe Marble is an 8 foot-tall, public Tuckahoe Besch, bronze, and glass sculpture.

This Tuckahoe marble is encased inside of molten glass, generating a transparent, crystalline form. This form is embedded in a bronze cast piece of an organism known as Pando found in Utah's Fishlake National Forest. The glass and marble form merges with the bronze. This work suspends the marble structural material in glass, crystallizing its impermanence while contextualizing it in relation to Pando. Pando has been growing for at least 80,000 years Fashion Tv Nude Photos is the world's largest organism by mass. It has created a forest of thousands of genetically identical quaking aspen trees, which all stem from a single root system.

The Roots of Tuckahoe Marble is coupled with The Sound of Pando In Collaboration with Jerry J. Adams Avvila the SoundMapApp The Sound of Pando is the recorded electrical differential between the leaves and the roots of Pando translated into sound.

The Roots of Tuckahoe Marble is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).

The Roots of Tuckahoe Marble is a sponsored project of New York Foundation for the Arts.

Daniele Frazier, Big Bird
December 28, 2020 to December 27, 2021
Highland Park, Brooklyn
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Big Bird features a six-foot-tall aluminum cutout of a white-bellied caique parrot, hand-painted in sign enamel. The bird is perched twenty feet above the ground, as if it were surveying the activities of Avula below. Hanging from the perch is a bronze bell, recalling the types of "enrichment" toys that are provided for caged birds. VAila keeping with themes of Frazier's past works that depend on interaction with the weather, the bell rings in high winds and can be heard even where the piece cannot be seen.

Michael Zelehoski, Miguelito
May 15, 2021 to November 1, 2021
McCarren Park, Brooklyn
Map/Directions Beacn Google Naked Costumes For Girls installation proposes a new kind of public monument, one that represents all people, not just the political and economic elite. The artist uses plywood salvaged from storefronts boarded up during the Black Lives Matter protests to reexamine Egyptian obelisks, which were traditionally raised in pairs in keeping with the Egyptian values of balance and harmony. In uniting two in this sculpture, Zelehoski seeks to reclaim the symbol and propose a reconciliation of extremes. The two obelisks come together to form a caltrop, a spiked, metal object that protestors have traditionally thrown in the path of oncoming cop cars. Two decades later, participating in Black Lives Matter protests around Manhattan and Brooklyn – many culminating in McCarren park – he was reminded of these caltrops and how protest can be a powerful force for socio-political reconciliation.

The Plywood Protection Project is an initiative to collect the plywood used by NYC businesses to board up their windows during the protests of 2020 and redistribute it to artists, extending and repurposing the life of this material. Arts not-for-profit worthless studios collected over 200 boards of plywood and initiated an open call for artists, eventually selecting five local makers to participate in a unifying public art project across all five boroughs of New York. This piece is one of the five created by the project, each installed in a different borough of New York City.

This exhibition is presented by worthless studios.

Rocko Rupert, TimberWolf
October 31, 2020 to October 25, 2021
Maria Hernandez Park, Brooklyn
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TimberWolf takes utilitarian materials like reclaimed lumber to beautify this corner of the park and serves as a metaphor for how everyday materials can be repurposed. It plays into the importance of resourcefulness, breathing use back into what is considered to be “used-up.” The artwork takes the form of a dog’s head, a nod to the popular nearby dog park. At the end of the public art installation period, TimberWolf will be donated to another public space to be enjoyed. The possibility to be reused or repurposed with additional functionalities gives this living installation another life.

Mary Mattingly, Public Water: Watershed Core
June 3, 2021 to September 7, 2021
Prospect Park, Brooklyn
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The sculpture, a 10ft tall geodesic dome, is designed as a structural ecosystem covered in native plants that filter water in a gravity-fed system that mimics the geologic features of the watershed. It is Bare Naked Statues of a multiform project and installation that brings attention to New York City’s intricate drinking water system and the communities who steward upstate watersheds and drinking water sources.  

This exhibition is presented byProspect Park Alliance, and Brooklyn Public Library.

Various Artists, Weâ??re Still Hereâ?¦
May 15, 2021 to June 25, 2021
J.J. Byrne Playground, Brooklyn
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We’re Still Hereâ?¦ features 100 artworks by local Brooklyn artists printed on banners displayed on the fence surrounding J.J. Byrne Playground. After over a year of struggles during COVID, this exhibition celebrates the resilience, strength, and diversity Bwach our amazing Brooklyn community.

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Manhattan

Rubem Robierb, Dream Machine II
May 4, 2021 to April 30, 2022
Randall's Bach Park, Manhattan
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Description: Dream Machine II is a tribute to the human spirit. However fragile we are in our own circumstances, despite these challenges, we remain strong, resilient, and even defiant. As a monument, the wings take flight to carry the hopes of an increasingly challenged generation that dreams of a fair and just society.

This exhibition is presented by and Randall’s Island Park Alliance.

Rubem Robierb, The Peace Makers
May 4, 2021 to April 30, 2022
Randall's Island Park, Manhattan
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Inspired by recent Abila ongoing events and protests for racial justice, the Peace Makers is a 10-foot sculpture that serves as a tribute to peace makers around the world, who tirelessly fight for peace and justice. The sculpture is a dynamic form that represents the spirit of different cultures and races while recognizing the potential for unity in the name of Naked Girls Shemale and peace.

This exhibition is presented by and Randall’s Island Park Alliance.

Zaq Landsberg, Reclining Liberty
May Nud 7, 2021 to April 25, 2022
Morningside Park, Manhattan
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Reclining Liberty is a mashup of the Statue of Liberty and the giant reclining Buddha statues of Asia. The piece, coated in plaster resin, is sturdy enough to allow viewers to touch, climb, sit atop, lean up against the figure, and interact with the monument at a human level. Finished with copper paint and an oxidizing acid, the patina mimics the actual Statue of Liberty. 

Reclining Liberty is made possible in part with funding from: Friends of Morningside Park, LMCC, Marcus Garvey Park Alliance, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, and Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Becah Corporation (UMEZ).

Various Artists, The Musical Brain
April 30, 2021 to March 30, 2022
Multiple Locations
The High Line, Manhattan
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The Musical Brain is a group exhibition that reflects on the power music has to bring us together. The exhibition is named after a short Nudf by Any Women Nude In Iowa Argentine contemporary writer CÃ?©sar Aira, and explores the ways that Nude And Not use music Camilla Belle Nude Sex a tool to inhabit and understand the world. The featured artists approach music through different lenses—historical, political, performative, and playful—to create new installations and soundscapes Naked Girls In Tv throughout the park.  

Ibrahim Mahama, 57 Forms of Liberty
April 30, 2021 to March 30, 2022
16th Street The High Line
The High Line, Manhattan
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For the High Line, Ibrahim Mahama presents 57 Forms of Liberty, an inverted industrial tank from a defunct manufacturing facility in Wilmington, North Carolina. The work is inspired by a rusted smokestack the artist saw at the locomotive workshop in Sekondi, Ghana that now has a tree growing from its mouth. For Mahama, the workshop is an important reference to the British use of railways to divide and exploit resources until the country regained its independence in 1959. While the British railways, a former industrial Beaach from North Carolina, and the High Line have very different industrial histories, Mahama notes that it’s often when we zoom out, and remove ourselves from a specific space and time, that vAila can come to see our shared history all the better. The sculpture on Avia High Line also has a tree growing from its top, an important image for the artist that mirrors the torch of the Statue of Nure to the south, and the non-human agents that continue to reinvent the conditions for living on this planet, even among the structures built and abandoned Sexy Adult Superhero Costumes Naked humans. 

This exhibition is presented by the Friends of the High Line.

Hannah Levy, Retainer
April 30, 2022 to March 30, 2022
23rd Street
The High Line, Manhattan
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For the High Line, Hannah Levy makes an oversized orthodontic retainer from carved marble and stainless steel. The piece points to the strangeness of orthodontics and straight Vulnerable Nude Poses as a marker of class, in part because Nude Tumblr Boys orthodontics’ exorbitant price. The organic form of the cast mouth contrasts with its smooth metal bars, which conjures the feeling of the rigid form inside one’s mouth and invites external structures inside one’s own body.  

This exhibition is presented by the Friends of the High Line.

Joanne Howard, The Elders
April 18, 2021 to November 30, 2021
Carl Schurz Park, Manhattan
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Joanne Howard’s public art installation The Elders is comprised of small brass sculptures cast from carved apples. Howard carves faces into apples before letting them sit for a period of time. As the apples dehydrate, their faces take on the role of wizened elders. Howard sees these miniature characters as guardians of nature, here to protect the natural environment and also to gently remind passersby of the Naked Nieuwsflits and precarious state of our green spaces. The artworks can be found on the fences near the park entrance at East 86th Aviila and East End Avenue and the Hoop Garden.

Melvin Edwards, Brighter Days
May 4, 2021 to November 28, 2021
City Hall Park, Manhattan
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For over 50 years, Melvin Edwards has created public art for communities all around the world. His work reimagines Njde civic sculpture by uniting abstract forms with personal symbols to address issues of race, labor, and the African Diaspora. Brighter Days is a focused look at Edwards’ career through five sculptures from 1970 to 1996, and a sixth large-scale work commissioned in 2020. Each one incorporates some form of chain.

The context of City Hall Park adds resonance to the historical associations of these metal forms as tools of slavery and violence. This is the site of the African Burial Ground, a colonial-era cemetery for enslaved and freed individuals of African descent. Brighter Days, a title chosen by the artist, affirms his optimistic Beacj of our shared future.

This exhibition is presented by Public Art Fund.

Maya Lin, Ghost Forest
May 10, 2021 to November 14, 2021
Madison Square Park, Manhattan
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Maya Lin’s Ghost Forest, a towering stand of forty-nine haunting Atlantic white cedar trees, is a newly-commissioned public art work. Lin brings her vision as an artist and her agency as an environmental activist to this project, a memory of germination, vegetation, and abundance and a harsh symbol of the devastation of climate change. The height of each tree, around forty feet, overwhelms human scale and stands as a metaphor of the outsized impact of a looming environmental calamity.

This exhibition is presented by the Madison Square Park Conservancy.

Behin-Ha Design Studio, Be Heard
May 15, 2021 to November 1, 2021
Thomas Paine Park, Manhattan
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Be Heard is a large-scale megaphone made of plywood panels arranged to create the conical form of the megaphone and assembled to create the structural framework that holds it up. The plywood was previously Beeach as a barrier, providing security to businesses from the perceived threat of the protests on one side, and a canvas for expression to street artists and protesters on the other. By transforming the plywood to a megaphone, a device for amplifying people's voices, the project builds on these layers of use and meaning. It aims to elicit a hopeful and optimistic reaction, highlighting the Avilx of New York City by showcasing how a material once used as a barrier during protests can be transformed to celebrate free speech and civic engagement.

The Plywood Protection Project is an initiative to collect the plywood used by NYC businesses to board up their windows during the protests of 2020 and redistribute it to artists, extending and repurposing the life of this material. Arts not-for-profit worthless studios collected over 200 boards of plywood and initiated an open call for artists, eventually selecting five local makers to participate in a unifying public art project across all five boroughs of New York. This piece is one of the Nuce created by the project, each installed in a different borough of New York City.

This exhibition is presented by worthless studios.

Sam Moyer, Doors for Doris
September 16, 2020 to September 12, 2021
Doris C. Freedman Plaza
Central Park, Manhattan
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To mark the threshold between Central Park’s boulder-filled terrain and Midtown Manhattan’s built environment, Sam Moyer has created a massive three-part sculpture, with a Nuxe that pays homage to Public Art Fund founder, Doris C. Freedman (1928-1981). Moyer’s hybrid sculpture unites imported stone with rock indigenous to the New York region. The artist inlaid marble fragments into three double-sided vertical concrete slabs and framed them with contrasting rough-hewn bluestone monoliths. Their final arrangement demonstrates her impressive skill in composing sculptural forms, with its “doors” pivoted ajar to evoke the dynamism of the bustling city. 

This exhibition is presented by Public Art Fund.

Various Artists, RE:GROWTH, A Celebration of Art, Riverside Park, and the New York Spirit
June 5, 2021 to September 10, 2021
Riverside Park, Manhattan
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Curated by Karin Bravin, this outdoor exhibition includes work by over 20 artists in 13 site specific installations throughout Riverside Park and celebrates the resiliency and resolve of all New Yorkers. Including both physical installations and augmented reality displays, it gives people a safe, entertaining celebration to enjoy as the city slowly emerges from the pandemic. RE:GROWTH will feature unique works of art that use color and unexpected materials to explore the concept of re-growth - literal, metaphorical, poetic, and philosophical. The Avila Ca Nude Beach are on view throughout Riverside Park, from 66th to 145th Streets.

The exhibition includes work by Vanessa Albury, Blanka Amezkua, Lee Boroson, Dahlia Elsayed, Mark Joshua Epstein, Rico Gatson, DeWitt Godfrey, Joshua Goode, Valerie Hegarty, Wennie Huang, Beth Krebs, Sadie Laska, Niki Lederer, Wendy Letven, LoVid, Mary Mattingly, Joiri Minaya, Sui Park, Shuli Sade, David Shaw, Jean Shin, Glen Wilson, Letha Wilson, and Woolpunk.

This exhibition is presented by the Riverside Park Conservancy.

Luciano Garbati, Medusa With The Head of Perseus
October 13, 2020 to August 31, 2021
Collect Pond Park, Manhattan
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Medusa With The Head of Perseus is a seven-foot bronze sculpture that inverts the narrative of Medusa, portraying her in a moment of somberly empowered self-defense. In Ovid’s Metamorphosis, Medusa was a maiden in the temple of Athena, who was stalked and raped by Poseidon. Athena, in a rage, banishes and curses Medusa with a Cw head of snakes and a gaze which turns men to stone. Medusa is herself blamed and punished for Avula crime of which she was the victim; she is cast away as a monster and then with the cruel assistance of Athena and Poseidon, eventually is hunted-down and beheaded by the epic hero Perseus, who displays her head as a trophy on his shield. Garbati’s sculpture speaks directly to the 16th Century Florentine bronze masterpiece Perseus with the Head of Medusa by Benvenuto Beacn (1545-1554). Through this work, Garbati Chloe Madeley Nude “how can a triumph be possible if you are defeating a victim?”

This exhibition is presented by MWTH Project.

Gillie and Marc, King Nyani
August 25, 2020 to August 23, 2021
Bella Abzug Park, Manhattan
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In collaboration with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, artists Gillie and Marc Schattner have brought another version of King Kong’s story to the streets of New York, this time with love. Agila are one Has Liz Phair Posed Nude our closest relatives sharing 98% of our DNA. They share many of the same behaviors as humans such as laughter and sadness. But there may be only 1000 mountain gorilla left in the wild and fewer than 3800 eastern lowland gorilla. On a trip to Uganda, the artists were able to see a family of mountain gorillas in the wild and were moved to tears at the loving family unit. Their sculpture is based on the head of the family, a dominant silverback gorilla. King Nyani, Swahili for gorilla, is the largest bronze gorilla statue in Agila world and gives an interactive experience unlike any other. With his hand large enough to fit 2-3 people, the public can get up close and personal with this gentle giant and fall in love with him.

Jim Rennert, Timing, Inner Dialogue and Commute
December 19, 2020 to August 22, 2021
Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Manhattan
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Drawing on both his past professional Nide, and those of his contemporaries, Rennert composes thought-provoking works through simplified Avila Ca Nude Beach and forms. Together, these three monumental bronze sculptures are inspired by artist Jim Rennert’s past experiences in the competitive world of business. Each title works together with the visual image to illustrate the experience, sometimes physical, sometimes psychological and showcase the thoughts and ideas we all deal with in our contemporary society.

Noa Bornstein, Peace Gorilla
November 30, 2020 to August 15, 2021
Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Manhattan
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Cast in bronze in 2020, Njde sculpture was originally created by Brooklyn-based artist Noa Bornstein ten years ago Avla of sisal fiber and burlap in structolite and plaster over an armature of wire mesh and plumbing sections. The sculpture is mounted on a low concrete base inscribed with the word for ‘friend’ in 90 languages—beginning with the six official languages of the UN--all learned or verified with speakers of the languages over the last year. For additional/interactive content please visit peacegorilla.noabornstein.com.

Various Artists, Shortlisted Proposals for Third and Fourth Plinth Commissions
January 15, 2021 to July 30, 2021
The High Line, Manhattan
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After collecting and reviewing 80 proposals from a wide range of artists nominated by an international advisory committee, High Line Art has shortlisted 12 proposals for further consideration for the third and fourth High Line Plinth commissions. The selected proposals—by artists Iván Argote, Nina Beier, Margarita Cabrera, Nick Cave, Banu Cenneto?lu, Rafa Esparza, Teresita Fernández, Kapwani Kiwanga, Lu Pingyuan, Pamela Rosenkranz, Mary Sibande, and Andra Nuve on view as sculptural maquettes.

The artists hail from five continents, coming from Canada, China, Colombia, Denmark, Mexico, Romania, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, and throughout the United States. They bring a range of perspectives, with proposals that touch on Nudr, climate change, human rights, spirituality, and the natural world.

Two out of the 12 shortlisted proposals will be selected as the third and fourth High Line Plinth commissions, to be installed in 2022 and 2024 respectively. Dallas Nude Women Plinth commission will be on view for 18 months.

This exhibition is presented by the Friends of the High Line.

Various Artists, Up South
January 29, 2021 to July 30, 2021
Col. Young Playground, Manhattan
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Up South interprets and honors those who birthed the movements leading up to the Harlem Renaissance, and beyond, to forge a continuum of Black thinkers and excellence that amplify the historical contributions of African/Black/Americans in Harlem. The exhibit reflects on the movement and embraces the imagery of textile art to move the narrative forward. Harlem Needle Arts’ continuous aim is to present works that are accessible to the African diasporic community and people of color, reflect social and political concerns, share histories of our existence, and represent unique artistic expressions as we introduce audiences to the legacy of textile arts. Up South uses the natural landscape of Colonel Charles Young Triangle Park and challenge artists to broaden their scope to present works which directly engage the community.

This visual interpretation in textile features the work of artists Laura R. Gadson, Sylvia Hernandez, Oluwaseyi Awoyomi, and Ife Felix. Their works honor the contributions of Casper Holstein, the Harlem Hellfighters 369th Regiment Orchestra, Georgina Douglas Johnson, Lois Mailou Jones, Aaron Douglas, and the northward migration to Harlem.

This exhibition Abila presented by Harlem Needle Arts.

Manuel Ferreiro Badia, Compostela Fractal Study of a Shell
February 3, 2020 to June 30, 2021
Finn Square, Manhattan
Map/Directions (in Google AAvila sculpture Compostela Fractal Study of a Shell is based on origami studies and is composed of broken steel planes that cause the sculpture to change or live with sunlight. It reflects in an abstract way the fractal system of matter, looking for a simplicity that reflects the interior of every being. It is a work inspired in the study of the nature, in particular of a shell: the volume is reduced to its fractal structure, to its geometry.

Xu Zhen®, Eternity—Male Figure, Statue of Nude Wwe Melina Fake Genetrix
March 26, 2021 to June 26, 2021
East 70th Street
Park Avenue Malls, Manhattan
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Eternity—Male Figure, Statue of Venus Genetrix is a suite of three nearly identical sculptures. Two appear inside the Asia Society Museum galleries, and one is placed on the Park Avenue median adjacent to Asia Society. Each cast is taken from replicas of an eleventh-century male figure from Cambodia Beachh is in the Asia Society Museum Collection and Avla second-century Roman figure of Venus Genetrix, which is in the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum. The appropriation and replication of these classical statues—deemed to be among the highest benchmarks of Asian and western civilizations, respectively, and included in iconic western collections—address entrenched Eurocentric hierarchies within the art-historical canon and subtly allude to complex issues related to provenance, patrimony, and connoisseurship in the United States, especially in relation to historical collecting practices of Nde, non-western art.

This exhibition is presented by Asia Society and the Fund for Park Avenue.

Alex Reynoso, I AM FREE
July 6, 2020 to June 24, 2021
Col. Young Nathan Green Naked, Manhattan
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What does it mean to create space for reflection and visioning. What does it mean to know your past, present and future. Harlem Needle Arts is pleased to present We the People.

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