Mar 11

BLACK FOLK presents: Reclaimed Rage; Resistance

Shani Peters Set Fire Terrible Beautiful

Shani Peters Set Fire Terrible Beautiful

February 9 - March 11

Opening Reception: 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


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 GardenhireCheyenne JulienWilliam "MIlo" Matthieu, Shani PetersShellyne Rodriguez, Adrienne Rose, Anthony J. Thomas. The exhibition will include a special library for viewers to sit and reflect on texts about resistance.

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Apr 15

Intricacies of Love

Julia Brown Young Mother's Project

Julia Brown Young Mother's Project

March 16 - April 15

Opening Reception: March 16, 5-8pm

followed by dinner at La Grata 8:30pm


Curated by Phyllis Rosenzweig

Presented at BronxArtSpace and its Temporary Annexx 2422 Third AvenueBronx, NY 10454

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. The exhibition features the work of Julia Brown, Glenn Ligon, and John Waters.

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May 27

Radio Galaxy

Amy Chan Point Reyes 2015 gouache and acrylic on canvas 13" x 15"

Amy Chan Point Reyes 2015 gouache and acrylic on canvas 13" x 15"

April 26 - May 27

Opening Reception: April 26, 6-9pm

Artist Talk on Trolley Night: May 3, 6:30pm

Artist-led Workshop: TBD

Radio Galaxy is organized by Virginia Commonwealth University alumni Amy Chan, Sarah Mixer, Val Molnar and Matt Sphar. Together they will create a hybrid installation of fine art and a fake science laboratory. With shared interest in decorative pattern and neon, they create the absurd with references to pop nostalgia and cheap plastic good.

Jul 15

The Art of Tats Cru

Courtesy Tats Cru

Courtesy Tats Cru

June 3 - July 15

Opening Reception: June 3, 2-5pm

Artist Talk on Trolley Night: June 7, 6:30pm


Curated by Laura James and Eileen Walsh

Fat Caps and Contracts is a retrospective of the world famous Bronx graffiti artists, Tats Cru. Known for their collaborative work, the group began their artistic career over 25 years ago by creating subway graffiti. On view will be a selection of new and older paintings on canvas.