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ANDRES SERRANO

RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK | WEST VILLAGE | 2014
More Art Presents: Andres Serrano: Residents of New York
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DREAD SCOTT

THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF FREEDOM IN A COUNTRY FOUNDED ON SLAVERY AND GENOCIDE |DUMBO | 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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CURRENT | AMY WILSON

A series of workshops led by artist Amy Wilson and involving a group of Senior Citizens living in the Fulton and Elliot housing projects in Chelsea using quilt-making to encourage long-time elderly residents to engage with their past through the lens of gentrification.

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CURRENT | Engaging Artists

A six week residency for socially engaged art practices.

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RECENT | 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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Visit the art filled neighborhoods of NYC and discuss the history and culture of the local community.

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The Disappearing City Exhibition at Hudson Guild

On Thursday, March 18, 2015, More Art and the Hudson Guild community came together to celebrate the opening night of The Disappearing City (on view at Hudson Guild Gallery 441 W 26th St through April 24). Artist Assistant and More Art intern, Brooke Latham, shares her experience from the opening night. For roughly one month, Amy

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