On View to September 1, 2017
A Century of DISSENT! Help to be the solution. Join in on this summer-long project by Hunter East Harlem Gallery, artist-in-residence, Jason Lazarus in a “collaborative REMAKE” of protest signs used in Harlem and East Harlem’s history of protest from 1917 to present day. Many took part in a one-day event, Wednesday, July 12 from 3-5 pm at the Gallery, creating posters that were used at the rezoning hearing on July 13 at the Silberman School of Social Work.
The exhibit, A Century of Dissent! explores images from Harlem’s history of protests as well as today’s social media posts. The exhibit also works as a platform for organizations with a message – offering the exhibition as an event space.
Related programming includes The Case for Community Policing: lecture by Dave Cazeau on Wednesday, July 26th from 6:30 to 8:30pm, at the Gallery, 2180 Third Avenue, enter on 119th Street. In this lecture, Dr. Cazeau takes a look at the organization of the police department through institutional theory. More here.
All Uptown Artists are invited to join Jason Lazarus on Saturday, August 5th in Marcus Garvey Park, for a Group Portrait of every “self-identifying artist in Upper Manhattan.” This event will be a large-scale group portrait in conjunction with Jason Lazarus: A Century of DISSENT!, Hunter East Harlem Gallery, Columbia University’s Wallach Gallery, and the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance. More info here.
Group Portrait Reveal & PARTY! to be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 from 3-7 pm at Hunter East Harlem Gallery. More info coming soon.
While you’re in El Barrio, check out the new installation at The Guerrilla Wall on 116th Street – artistic expressions on gentrification and rezoning. See more Uptown Triennial exhibits and events. And check out the new mural gate project presented by NHEMA and 100 Gates in Harlem taking place all summer.
Jason Lazarus: A Century of DISSENT! will be on view to September 1, 2017 at Hunter East Harlem Gallery, located at 119th Street and Lexington Avenue, entrance on 119th Street.