EXHIBITIONS | EXPOS
Public & Private displays and openings showcasing art, music and science.
(March 2, 2017) The Defend Puerto Rico exhibition ‘CITI100’ opened at the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center in Loisaida, NYC. Works by 100 Puerto Rican/Nuyorican artists were presented in this multimedia statement marking the 100th Anniversary of the Jones-Shafroth Act.
(February 25, 2017) BG183 is blowing up WALLWORKS New York with his first solo exhibition ever at the gallery titled “the wall.” Many of the pieces, both large and small, are familiar Bronx scenes — popping with boldness and color. Some play off a recurring motif of spurting fire-hydrants in various dimensions.
(October 29, 2016) MorePointsBx Studio held a season closing exhibition featuring graffiti artist Joey “SERVE” Vega. He blew up the gallery walls with visual experiences of growing up in the South Bronx, knee-deep in Hip Hop culture, that encapsulate many of the iconic images, writing styles, and scenes from the 1980-90’s club and graffiti scene.
(August 21, 2016) A new festival has sprung forth in New York City. The First Annual Harlem/Havana Music & Cultural Festival has brought world-renowned Cuban musicians, visual artists, dancers, film, chefs and educators to the U.S., as part of Harlem Week 2016 activities.
(July 28, 2016) After three years of determined effort, the “13 Years of Tools of War Park Jams in The Bronx” exhibition finally came together. Thanks to the support of Elena Martinez and Bobby Sanabria at the Bronx Music Heritage Center, over 200 photographs hit the walls, as a personal homage to the True School NYC Park Jam Series.
(May 27, 2016) Coney Art Walls (The Outdoor Museum of Street Art) has begun a new 21 wall project for the 2016 season. Curated by Joseph J. Sitt & Jeffrey Deitch, the latest work will be completed in time for the Annual Mermaid Parade (June 18).
(April 16, 2016) A solo exhibition of Tats Cru member Wilfredo “BIO” Feliciano was greeted by a blitz of fans and supporters at the WALLWORKS NY opening in the Bronx. “heART” is a collection of unique graffiti & pop art pieces on canvas, each integrated with the familiar BIO heart motif.
(April 2, 2016) Taller Boricua Gallery began its celebration of National Poetry Month with an exhibition of visual works by three women poets. “Words, Form & Emotions” brings together the creative talents of Sandra María Esteves, Diana Gitesha Hernández and Clare Ultimo.
(February 18, 2016) An exhibition featuring several heavy-hitters of the NYC graffiti art scene opened this week at 212 Arts in the East Village. “Graffiti Legends” is a limited-collection of works by BIO, BG183, CES, CRASH, NICER, SKEME and T-KID.