Tyrone Mitchell: Dreams, Discourse & Speculation. A Selection of Works at Atelier212 Gallery in Brooklyn

 

 

Image via Tyrone Mitchell, Sculptor on Facebook

“Tyrone Mitchell: Dreams, Discourse & Speculation. A Selection of Works” at Atelier212 Gallery, Brooklyn for a limited engagement

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#EducationIsNotACrime Celebrates Dizzy’s 100th in Harlem

 

 

The organization Education is Not A Crime has created campaigns through art in New York City over the years in an effort to bring the plight of those banned from teaching or studying in Iranian universities to the World. Once again, #NotACrime and the curator and producer of this project, Street Art Anarchy, have arrived in Harlem.

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An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections From The Whitney’s Collection, 1940-2017

 

 

Carol Summers (1925-2016), Kill for Peace, 1967, from ARTISTS AND WRITERS PROTEST AGAINST THE WAR IN VIET NAM, 1967. Screenprint and photo-screenprint with punctures on board, 23 3/8 × 19 1/4 in. (59.4 × 48.9 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase, with funds from the Print Committee 2006.50.14 © Alexander Ethan Summers

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The Affordable Art Fair 2017 ~ New York

 

 

Artist Carl Karen Bain at Spence Gallery. Image via Spencegallery.com

Above image, artist Carl Karen Bain, at Spence Gallery, Booth 1.16 at The Affordable Art Fair, September 13 – 17.  Also find this artist during Fashion Week ~ picture this image, repeated as a skirt ~ at T.N.T. concept Store, a one-day pop-up, September 13th at 385 Tompkins Avenue in Brooklyn. You can also follow the artist here.

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