I am part of the '50 Artists: Art on the Grid' which debuts today and is on view Jun 27, 2020 – Sep 20, 2020. The work I included is a portrait of Vincent from the Shinnecock Portrait Project with the caption 'We Are Still Here.' If anyone lives in Brooklyn or in that area please take pics! ⁠From the website: The exhibit is a "response to this historic moment. Our lives have been completely transformed by the devastation of a global pandemic and the rise of one of the largest social justice movements in modern history. This spring, Public Art Fund invited 50 emerging New York-based artists to reflect on the current situation as a way to help our communities process the challenges we face together. In different ways, COVID-19 and the renewed urgency over systemic racism that led to protests in our streets and a movement for change have reshaped our day-to-day lives including the ways we interact and experience our city. The exhibition gives a highly visible public platform to artists whose regular creative outlets have been stifled, commissioning them to make new, responsive works of art. Art on the Grid enables the people of New York to reflect, to engage with the city in new ways, and to begin conversations with neighbors, friends, and strangers alike." (Link in Bio)⁠⁠Art on the Grid is curated by Public Art Fund Director & Chief Curator Nicholas Baume, Public Art Fund Curator Daniel S. Palmer, and Public Art Fund Assistant Curator Katerina Stathopoulou.⁠⁠

I am part of the '50 Artists: Art on the Grid' which debuts today and is on view Jun 27, 2020 – Sep 20, 2020. The work I included is a portrait of Vincent from the Shinnecock Portrait Project with the caption 'We Are Still Here.' If anyone lives in Brooklyn or in that area please take pics! ⁠From the website: The exhibit is a "response to this historic moment. Our lives have been completely transformed by the devastation of a global pandemic and the rise of one of the largest social justice movements in modern history. This spring, Public Art Fund invited 50 emerging New York-based artists to reflect on the current situation as a way to help our communities process the challenges we face together. In different ways, COVID-19 and the renewed urgency over systemic racism that led to protests in our streets and a movement for change have reshaped our day-to-day lives including the ways we interact and experience our city. The exhibition gives a highly visible public platform to artists whose regular creative outlets have been stifled, commissioning them to make new, responsive works of art. Art on the Grid enables the people of New York to reflect, to engage with the city in new ways, and to begin conversations with neighbors, friends, and strangers alike." (Link in Bio)⁠⁠Art on the Grid is curated by Public Art Fund Director & Chief Curator Nicholas Baume, Public Art Fund Curator Daniel S. Palmer, and Public Art Fund Assistant Curator Katerina Stathopoulou.⁠⁠

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