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Thank you so much to everyone who came out in support of our first BX200 exhibition! We are grateful for the tremendous response to the show! A big thank you to BronxArtSpace’s Linda Cunningham and Stephanie Lindquist, and to the Bronx Brewery. We hope you’ll have a chance to visit the exhibit, on view through October 10th. The exhibition is open to the public Wednesday – Saturday, 12pm -6:30pm
305 E 140 St
Directions: #6 Train to 3rd Ave/138 St, two blocks, 20 mins from Midtown
There is a Children’s Workshop with Natalie Wood and the Bronx Children’s Museum on Saturday, October 3rd from 11-1pm.
We also have an Artist Talk scheduled for Wednesday, October 7th from 6:30 – 8pm with Juanita Lanzo, Roy Secord and Jose Soto.
What makes us perceive something as hot or cold? What elements are used by artists to bring out the cold or hot properties in a piece of work? In this exhibition we will explore the idea of the non-physical perception of hot and cold in the works of 9 artists with portfolios on the BX200 Artist Directory.
Guest Curators: Laura James & Eileen Walsh for BX200.