10454:a bronx tale

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LatchKey Gallery in partnership with  Art in AmericaArt MoneyARTNOIR and MW Projects is pleased to present A Bronx Tale, an online exhibition and one-day private studio exhibition experience featuring the works of Alteronce Gumby, Dario Calmese, Lucia Hierro, Nate Lewis, Patrick Alston, Stan Squirewell, Tariku Shiferaw and Tiffany Gomez.

 

The exhibition takes place in a key part of the New York art scene, the South Bronx, which history has shown to be a creative mecca. In a landscape of diverse practices and perspectives, each artist discusses current urgencies in our society that tell the story of our contemporary human condition. From reforming history through collage to highlighting the new ordinary object into large scale sculptures, each artist gives an interrelating perspective of our varied narratives.


On October 21st, visitors are welcome to float freely through the two buildings or attend one of the curator-led tours which each will give voice to various themes found in the artists’ work. For more information and to RSVP to the event, please email: info@latchkeygallery.com



Curator-led tours:

Melinda Wang, is an independent curator and Founder and Principal of MW Projects, a cultural production and art advisory firm dedicated to bringing contemporary art to historic sites, non-traditional venues and liminal spaces. 

Akeem Duncan, Hailing from the southeast section of the Bronx, Duncan has dedicated his life to supporting and promoting the arts and the artists themselves. He is the founder of Quiet Lunch, an internationally distributed art magazine.Along with cultivating a career in art journalism and publishing, Duncan is also a curator and an avid poet.

Joseph Hayes, Bronx born mixed media artist known as “Joe By Joe” creates raw and thought provoking work pointing towards history while drawing inspiration from his unique artistic journey. Joe will lead a tour discussing how artists influence and exchange ideas, particularly how artists from A Bronx Tale influence his process.