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DREAD SCOTT

THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF FREEDOM IN A COUNTRY FOUNDED ON SLAVERY AND GENOCIDE |DUMBO | 2014
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ANDRES SERRANO

RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK | WEST VILLAGE | 2014
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KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: WAR VERTANS PROJECTION | UNION SQUARE | 2012

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OFRI CNAANI

MOON GUARDIANS | MEATPACKING DISTRICT | 2013

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JENNY MARKETOU

SUNSPOTTING A WALKING FOREST| CHELSEA | 2012

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PABLO HELGUERA

EL CLUB DE PROTESTA | THE HIGHLINE | 2011

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XAVIERA SIMMONS

WHEN YOU'RE LOOKING AT ME, YOU'RE LOOKING AT COUNTRY | FULTON and ELLIOT HOUSES, CHELSEA | 2010

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KIMSOOJA

AN ALBUM | HUDSON GUILD | 2009

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TONY OURSLER

AWGTHTGTWTA (Are We Going to Have to Go Through with This Again?) | CHELSEA | 2008

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GARY SIMMONS

COLLECTIVE PORTRAIT | CHELSEA | 2005

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UPCOMING | No Fixed Address

Art as an Advocacy Tool for the Homeless. A panel discussion on November 17th, 2014.

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UPCOMING | ART WALK: DUMBO

Visit the art filled neighborhood of DUMBO and visit Dread Scott in his studio on November 22nd.

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RECENT | 10TH ANNIVERSARY GALA

2014 marks the 10th Anniversary of More Art. In honor of a decade providing engaging public art to the community at large, we are hosting our biggest benefit yet.

 

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CURRENT | 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 | DREAD SCOTT

A public art performance piece by artist Dread Scott engaging with the legacy of racism in the United States and pointing to the continuing struggles faced by minorities across the nation.

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RECENT | ANDRES SERRANO

Over several months, Andres Serrano has engaged with homeless individuals in New York City, creating a series of large-scale photographic portraits called Residents of New York, a site-specific public art project which takes a look at the many faces of homelessness and poverty in New York City.

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Our 10th Anniversary Benefit was a Success Thanks to You!

Thanks to you, our 10th Anniversary Gala was a resounding success. The funds raised make it possible for More Art to continue to provide a public platform of expression for artists and community members through public art projects in NYC, and free educational programs for Middle and High School students and emerging artists.

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