Sep 9 - Oct 21 | 305 E 140 St
Sep 15 - Nov 20 | 900 Grand Concourse
The Andrew Freedman Home
Sep 22 - Nov 20 | 1125 Grand Concourse
Sep 8, 6-9pm at BronxArtSpace
Sep 15, 6-8 at Swing Space
Sep 22, 6-11pm at the Andrew Freedman Home
A three-venue exhibition between Andrew Freedman Home, BronxArtSpace and Swing Space, STATE PROPERTY is a multidisciplinary examination of American consumerism of prison labor and our daily choices to purchase, condone or reject goods created in penitentiaries. The exhibition asks guests to consider more carefully what “Made in the U.S.A” currently means in relation to the incarceration system and corporate outsourcing. Currency and choice (or lack thereof) are the springboards towards a much deeper dialogue that recognizes these present injustices. Read the full press release. Click here for a list of full programming.
Yasmeen Abdallah & Berdscarnival, Nava Atlas, Benton C Bainbridge, Aileen Bassis, Knowledge Bennett, Renee Cox, Walter Cruz, Sophia Dawson, Abdoulaye Diallo, Tasha Dougé, Emory Douglas, Nicky Enright, Donelle Estey, Xavier Figueroa, Ryan Garvey, Noté Peter George, Josué Guarionex, Cannon Hersey, Scott Houston, Rush Humphrey, Incarcerated Nation, Duron Jackson, Julia Justo, Suprina Kenney, Alan Ket, Brittany Kathryn Knapp, emma lee, Ann Lewis, Roberto Lugo, Mare139, Meridith McNeal, Alice Mizrachi, Five Mualimm-ak, Trokon Nagbe, Gigi Ng, Burak Sancakdar, Isaac Scott, Bryan Shih, Bayeté Ross Smith, Solitary Watch, Pamela Talese, Hank Willis Thomas, Trap IF, Boo Lynn Walsh, Jennie West, Levester Williams, Natalie Collette Wood
STATE PROPERTY is sponsored by Mid-Bronx Senior Citizens Council.
July 19 - September 2
Open Studios: Saturday, August 26, 5-9pm
BronxArtSpace | 305 E 140 St
Bruckner Building | 2417 Third Ave
BAS inaugural Summer Residency + Open Studios program responds to a crucial need for affordable studio space and professional development for emerging Bronx artists. For 6 weeks, 6 Bronx-based artists have 24-hour access to studio space at BAS gallery and the Bruckner Building and are awarded $500. Throughout the residency, BAS organizes studio visits with curators, writers and other artists for residents. Artists were chosen by a panel of art professionals including Gabriel de Guzman and Stacey Gershon.
The Art of TATS CRU
June 3 - July 15, 2017
Wilfredo Feliciano aka BIO
Hector Nazario aka NICER
Sotero Ortiz aka BG183
Opening Reception + Block Party: Saturday, June 3, 2-8pm
Trolley Night: Wednesday, June 7, 6-8pm
Artist Talk led by Lois Stavsky: Thursday, June 22, 6pm
Curated by Laura James and Eileen Walsh (BXNYCreative), The Art of TATS CRU chronicles 30 years of the internationally renown graffiti crew’s work. The retrospective features paintings by BIO, NICER and BG183; photo documentation by WISE; collaborative pieces by Crash and Hownosm; and a video by Miguel Teck Ortega.
Special support for this exhibition is provided by JCAL Development Group LLC.
April 27 - May 27, 2017
Amy Chan, Sarah Mizer, Val Molnar and Matt Spahr
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 27, 6-9pm
Trolley Night: Wednesday, May 3, 6-8pm
Charismatic Chroma is a hybrid installation of fine art and a fake science laboratory. The gallery will become a dynamic working space with paintings, 3-dimensional objects of uncertain purpose, and living plants. With shared interest in pattern, neon, and the great outdoors, the four artists create the absurd with references to pop nostalgia and cheap goods.
The Intricacies of Love
March 16 - April 15, 2017
Julia Brown, Glenn Ligon, John Waters
On view at BronxArtSpace & Temporary Annex located at 2422 Third Avenue
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 16, 5-8pm
The Gathering & Open Mic: Saturday, March 25, 6pm at the Annex
LeAp presents Women's Suffrage Youth Forum: Thursday, March 30, 4pm at the Annex
Parent & Child Attachment Styles by Mossamat Akter: Saturday, April 1, 2pm at the Annex
Trolley Night: Wednesday, April 5, 6:30pm at BAS
Curated by Phyllis Rosenzweig, The Intricacies of Love examines the bonds of love, dependence, and trust between children and adults. Through video installation and prints the works on view address the complexities and diversities of adult/child relationships.
BLACK FOLK presents: Reclaimed Rage; Resistance
February 9 - March 11, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 9, 6-9pm
Political Education Sessions & Workshops with People Power Movement
Formation in Community- Embodying Rage to Resistance
Tuesday, February 14, 6:30pm & Thursday, February 16, 6:30pm
Black Women & Survival as Resistance: Using the Work of Sarah E. Wright
February 22, 6:00-7:30pm
Decoding the "Angry Black Women/Man"
Saturday, March 4, 6:30pm
Privatization of Public Housing
Sunday, March 5, 6:30pm
Regular Degular Feminism Workshop with Odiosas
Friday, February 24, 6-8pm
Curatorial Conversation on Trolley Night
Wednesday, March 1, 6:30pm
Curso De Defensa Contra El Desalojo// Anti-Displacement Defense Course w/Eztudio 43
Saturday, March 4, 3-5pm & Saturday, March 11, 3-5pm
Curated by Dalaeja Foreman
Working in photography, sculpture and painting the artists featured in Reclaimed Rage; Resistance reassess our perception of Black rage and its place in public discourse. Artists include Francheska Alcantara, Clara Lenor Cruz, Jonathan Gardenhire, Cheyenne Julien, William "MIlo" Matthieu, Shani Peters, Shellyne Rodriguez, Adrienne Rose, Anthony J. Thomas. The exhibition will include a special library for viewers to sit and reflect on texts about resistance.
January 4 - February 4, 2017
Opening Reception: Wed, January 4, 5pm
Artist Talk on Trolley Night: Wed, February 1, 6:30pm
Curated by Stephanie A. Lindquist
BEAT presents a contemporary view of the complex relationship between sound, music and visual art through the practice of Keith O. Anderson, R. Armstrong, Michael Paul Britto, Crystal Z. Campbell, Devin Kenny and Drag Lomax, Jeff Kurosaki and Tara Pelletier, Glendalys Medina and Daniel Santiago Salguero