NY Arts: This Side of Paradise, Variaciones sobre el sacrificio, Constructed Site

This Side of Paradise Opens Today

The Andrew Freedman Home in the Bronx was originally built to be a haven, a paradise, for the rich elderly who had lost their fortunes. Now, the contemporary public art organization, No Longer Empty, will present “This Side of Paradise” and its accompanying program as a way of preserving the history but also reconnecting the Home to the present realities of today’s Bronx.

4 April – 5 June, 2012
Opening: 4 April, 6-9 PM

No Longer Empty at Andrew Freedman Home
1125 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NYC

Matt Schudel reports in the Washington Post that artist Elizabeth Catlett has passed away at the age of ninety-six. Born in Washington, DC, Catlett had lived in Mexico since 1946.

Lisa Hanover has been named the new Director of the Michener Art Museum

Israel Museum, is one of 151 museums in 40 countries, to be showcased in Google’s Art Project

On View

Variaciones sobre el sacrificio
José Alejandro Restrepo
22 March – 4 May, 2012
Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo
Av. de Mayo 1480, 3ro izq, 1085 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaOpening This Week

Constructed Site
Artists: Sven Påhlsson, Erik Wøllo, Daniel Østvold, Nils Olav Bøe, and Daniel Lanois
6 April – 29 April, 2012
Opening: 6 April, 6-8PM
.NO Gallery
251 East Houston Street, East Village / Lower East Side, NYC

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