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ANDRES SERRANO

RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK | WEST VILLAGE
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KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: WAR VERTANS PROJECTION | UNION SQUARE

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OFRI CNAANI

MOON GUARDIANS | MEATPACKING DISTRICT

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JENNY MARKETOU

SUNSPOTTING A WALKING FOREST| CHELSEA

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PABLO HELGUERA

EL CLUB DE PROTESTA | THE HIGHLINE

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XAVIERA SIMMONS

WHEN YOU'RE LOOKING AT ME, YOU'RE LOOKING AT COUNTRY | FULTON and ELLIOT HOUSES, CHELSEA

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KIMSOOJA

AN ALBUM | HUDSON GUILD

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TONY OURSLER

AWGTHTGTWTA (Are We Going to Have to Go Through with This Again?) | CHELSEA

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GARY SIMMONS

COLLECTIVE PORTRAIT | CHELSEA

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CURRENT | ANDRES SERRANO

For Residents of New York Andres Serrano engaged with 85 homeless individuals in New York City, creating a series of portraits aiming to take poverty out of the realm of abstraction and presenting it in its human dimension.

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CURRENT | ART WALKS

Support More Art by signing up for Art walks in various NYC art neighborhoods like Red Hook or Long Island City.

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CURRENT | ENGAGING ARTISTS

Engaging Artists is a six weeks long summer residency for emerging artists who wish to deepen their understanding of socially engaged art practice. through a series of workshops and volunteer work.

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UPCOMING | ARTS AMBASSADORS

Arts Ambassadors is a 15 weeks intensive mentorship program for high school students who wish to learn more about public art and socially engaged art practice.

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RECENT | ENVISION NEW YORK

An online public art project prompting NYC artists to share their vision of the city’s future.  Artists: Justin Blinder, Emil Choski, Coco Fusco, Steve Lambert, William Powhida, Bibi Seck, Federico Solmi, and Amy Wilson.

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RECENT | OFRI CNAANI

Moon Guardians was a public video installation engaging with the rich history of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

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Breaking Through Walls. Art about the Caste System of Mass Incarceration – By Fury Young

This week we have a special segment contributed by New York City based artist, activist, and producer Fury Young. Fury grew up in the Lower East Side and has been committed to community causes and activism throughout his life. He has been working on a concept album called Die Jim Crow with contributions from current

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