|Lady Money Sings The Blues, 2011, Harlem, NYC © Ruben Natal- San Miguel|
|Senorita's Roach Killers, 2011 E. Harlem, NYC © Ruben Natal- San Miguel|
May 31 to June 28, 2012
Curated by Erin Goldberger
1961 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. @ 118th Street, New York, NY 10027
Very happy of being part of this show. Come to the opening!
Each day the street opens up the possibility to be both vulnerable and unprotected. And each day we put ourselves again in this position in order to work, eat, and play. Through photography, painting and sculpture, STREET portrays both the seen and the unseen; those who are empowered to embrace their strength and those still searching for a way to be free of harassment and abuse.
Opening Reception: May 31, 6pm to 9pm
Exhibiting Visual Artists:
Ruben Natal-San Miguel
Bayeté Ross Smith
Performing Artists on May 31:
Suzette Azariah Gunn, Actress, Writer & Director*
Damon Alston, DJ
Solomon Hicks, Guitar of Harlem Arts Alliance CULTURE CRASHERS
Georgie Exinord, Vocal of Harlem Arts Alliance CULTURE CRASHERS
May 31 to June 28, 2012
Opening: May 31, 6pm to 9pm
Art in FLUX HARLEM
MAY/JUNE 2012: 1961 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. @ 118th Street, New York, NY 10027
Art In FLUX is a movement of Harlem artists appearing in Pop-Up art galleries.
FLUX highlights and creates opportunity for artists living and/or working in Harlem; brings art into the center of the community where people walk to work and school, shop and dine; creates a positive use for vacant retail locations; and stimulates a vibrant neighborhood merging art, commerce and community.
FLUX provides an opportunity for artists living and working in the community to show their work publicly and meet collectors. Artists presented at Art In FLUX Harlem are recruited for their ingenuity, edge, and aptitude.
FLUX partners with local nonprofit organizations serving the Harlem community to raise money and awareness for their cause.
FLUX brings art into the center of the neighborhood, creates awareness of the arts, inspires discussion, and contributes to the vitality of the neighborhood.
FLUX brings art into areas of commerce where residents walk, shop, and meet their neighbors. By utilizing vacant retail spaces, FLUX stimulates interest, development and growth in the community.
FLUX intends to reveal or uncover the abundance of talented emerging artists living and working in the beautiful streets of Harlem.
FLUX will explore the influence that this architecturally and historically rich neighborhood has on its resident artists