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Tuesday, May 05, 2009


The Greene Space’s first visual arts exhibition, opening May 8, celebrates New York City’s artistic diversity with works by emerging and experienced artists from all five boroughs along with a dialogue with curators and artists, moderated by Studio 360 Host Kurt Andersen. The exhibit is curated and produced by Danny Simmons and Brian Tate and features work by Joeonna Bellorado-Samuels (Manhattan), Amir Bey (Bronx), Domenick Di Pietrantonio (Queens), Paul Jansen (Manhattan), Chanel Kennebrew (Brooklyn), Jason Lewis (Brooklyn), Carol Pereira (Queens), Ann Marie McDonnell (Staten Island), Miguel Angel Ruiz (Bronx), Martha Trivizas (Staten Island).

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Paul Jansen (Manhattan) 3 Untitled 2005
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Miguelangel Ruiz (Bronx) Burning Mosque
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Martha Trivizas (Staten Island) Desi & The Neighborhood
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Joeonna Bellorado Samuels (Manhattan) untitled
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Jason Lewis (Brooklyn) Gamblerz
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Domenick Di Pietrant (Queens) Cloud Cropping
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Chanel Kennebrew (Brooklyn) Best of
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Carol Pereira (Queens) Trial 2
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Ann Marie Mcdonald (Staten Island) Jazz Idols
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Amir Bey (Bronx) A.M.E. Man

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Comments [1]

Lena Donaker

THANK YOU

May. 05 2009 08:51 PM

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