WEST HARLEM ART FUND PRESENTS FALL EXHIBITION “ART THAT MARKS TIME” ON GOVERNORS ISLAND, NOLAN PARK

  • NEW YORK CITY, New York
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  • September 13, 2022

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Work by Christopher Quinones
artist

NEW YORK, NY… This fall an exhibition with multiple narratives and compelling tales that touch on design, print, sculpture and even metalsmithing will envelop the exhibition space NP/10 (Nolan Park, Building 10B) of the West Harlem Art Fund on Governors Island.

The organization is focusing on traditional arts & design that they hope will bring the public closer to these mediums and inspire them to learn more and possibly collect.

The setting on Governors Island is most ideal. A country experience with multiple garden areas, hammocks, wild birds, stunning waterfront views and short ferry ride that encourages the public to engage. 

West Harlem Art Fund will also host workshops that they treat as “public residencies” where the public has hands on experience with monoprinting, experimental photography, fiber arts and performance.

Visit https://westharlem.art for more details and schedule.

Traditions

Design

Metalsmithing

Performance

Photography

Print

Sketch Art

Sculpture

Textile

Artists

Domenico Belli -- sculpture/outdoor garden

Gilbert Boro -- sculpture/outdoor garden

Joe Gitterman -- sculpture/outdoor garden

Valerie Hallier -- mixed media

Gregory Harris -- photography

Megan Haung -- Performance/Tap Dancing

Molly Must -- Metal Sculpture

Ayala Naphtali -- Metalsmithing/Jewelry

Felipe Ortiz -- Sketch Art

Christopher Quinones -- Print

Rachael Rosenblum -- Furniture Design

Red Sagalow -- Print

Dianne Smith -- Print

James Robert Southard -- Sketch Drawing

Toes Tiranoff -- Performance/Tap Dancing

Jaleeca Yancy -- Fiber Arts/Natural Dyeing


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