Chelsea Market Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with exhibition ‘Every Color’

 

 

 

‘Every Color’ installation view courtesy Chelsea Mark

Chelsea Market’s latest exhibit has tapped some of the most talented artists in the Latin-X community.  “Every Color” represents the Hispanic lineage that represents every hue, whether it is on canvas or in life. Seven artists have been chosen to represent their artistic discipline in relation to the Latin-X community.

Curated by Zaire Baptiste, this exhibit embodies the ethos of what Chelsea Market is, a melting pot for cultures, food and experiences; a destination for international and domestic tourists; as well as a food hall with a diverse culinary selection, many of which are Hispanic based.

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‘Flores de mi Pais’ to Open at Central Park’s Arsenal Gallery in September for Hispanic Heritage Month

 

 

 

Artist, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, La Flor de Quisqueya, 2015; painted steel; 29″H x 31″W x 5″D. Image courtesy of the artist.

Central Park’s Arsenal Gallery will open its doors to the group exhibition Las Flores de mi Pais (Flowers of my Country) for Hispanic Heritage Month, beginning September 15, 2022. NYC Parks spans over 30,000 acres and is home to a biodiversity as rich and varied as the Latin American diaspora. In its first gallery exhibition, NYC Parks’ Latino Society, aims to represent the diverse communities that make up this great city.

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