‘Aliza Nisenbaum: Queens, Lindo y Querido’ to Open at Queens Museum

 

 

 

Aliza Nisenbaum, “Pedacito de Sol (Vero y Marissa)”, 2022. Oil on canvas, 75 x 95 inches (190.5 x 241.3 cm) © Aliza Nisenbaum. Photo courtesy the Artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York. Photographer: Thomas Barratt.

Aliza Nisenbaum portrays human stories. With her magically exuberant color palette, she paints people, individually or in groups, with their countenance, posture, and immediate surroundings organically composed to depict their humanity. Aliza Nisenbaum: Queens, Lindo y Querido, opening April 23rd, chronicles the artist’s years-long engagement with people at the Queens Museum and its neighborhood, Corona.

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Mel Chin is ‘All Over The Place’ ~ Today in Times Square with ‘Wake’ + ‘Unmoored’

 

 

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Mel Chin in Times Square for Queens Museum and No Longer Empty in ‘All Over The Place’

As part of the summer installation, All Over The Place, presented by the Queens Museum and No Longer Empty, Mel Chin unveils Wake and Unmoored in Times Square this month.

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