MAPnificent at the Mulberry Street Library opening

by Yulia Tikhonova on July 4, 2012

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BRONX MASQUERADE

by yulia on July 4, 2012

Exhibition Dates                                                                                                           [...]

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MAPnificent: Artists Use Mapsbrings together Elaine Angelopoulos, Joseph Burwell, Sergio Coyote, Paul Fabozzi, Peter J. Hoffmeister, Alastair R. Nobel, Aga Ousseinov, Marie Christine Katz, Amy Pryor. These artists look at maps as raw material to convey information ranging from sociological data to aesthetic stimuli. MAPnificent: Artists Use Maps features paintings, works on paper and sculpture that reflect the artists’ concerns [...]

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  The Artists Who Came in from the Cold: From Siberia to the Stanford Hotel, curated by Yulia Tikhonova as part of a larger grass-roots effort to bring contemporary art to Brooklyn branch libraries, creates an elliptical link between photographs of a village in Siberia in winter and portraits made a decade later of Russian video [...]

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GET IT ON THE RECORD curated by Yulia Tikhonova

November 8, 2011

GET IT ON THE RECORD brings together the work of seven artists whose subject is the collective history of Black America. There is an urgency on their part to record this history in the response to revisionist narratives, which emerged during our resent unstable political and economics conditions. A group of NY based critically engaged artists [...]

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Two Cents Plain: Disappearing Brooklyn. Andrew Chan and Marina Zamalin

November 6, 2011

Two Cents Plain: Disappearing Brooklyn. Andrew Chan and Marina Zamalin brings together two artists who have captured Brooklyn’s urban narratives while attuned to its inevitable transformation. Chan and Zamalin are in their mid-thirties and are too young to have enjoyed a ‘two cents plain” glass of soda yet as they lament the disappearance of past [...]

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Neither Here Nor There, but Here: Ruby Amanze, Shante’ Cozier and Keisha Scarville

October 11, 2011

  The exhibition Neither Here Nor There, but Here: Ruby Amanze, Shante’ Cozier and Keisha Scarville curated by Yulia Tikhonova brings together three women artists from the African diaspora who explore their cultural origins through the mediums of photography and drawing. As art school graduates now in their thirties, each of the women search for a [...]

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Sustainable Summer in Coney Island

September 15, 2011

SUSTAINABILITY STARTS @ HOME PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN age 8 -16 Artists run workshops in the community addressing the pressing issues of the generational gap use of resources food democracy recycling FOR KIDS WHO: WANT TO LEARN ABOUT WAYS TO SAVE STUFF AND CARE ABOUT THE FUTURE HISTORY OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE [...]

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Aaron Kreiswirth : Less than meets the eye

August 28, 2011

The exhibition AARON KREISWIRTH: Less than Meets the Eye showcases 8 color photographs that document the recent real estate boom in former Soviet republics, as old buildings have been demolished to make way for new commercial spaces and residential condominiums, with a rise in billboard advertising and fancy stores. Kreiswirth, who received his MFA in [...]

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Between Waves: Larysa Sendich

August 28, 2011

Between Waves: Larysa Sendich, curated by Yulia Tikhonova  The immaculate sense of space and solitude in Larysa Sendich‘s photography is fueled by her own experience of dislocation. As a first generation American, Sendich was born to Ukrainian and Bosnian parents, growing up between the cultures her immigrant family remembered as home, and life as an American [...]

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