Commencing this Friday, the Harlem School of the Arts will host “an exhibition featuring the works of 11 artists exposing their interpretation through form in a glimpse of their day. Collectively, the works discuss the historic and contemporary African Diasporic experience through photography, painting, and quilt-making, among other media.”
Curated by artist extraordinaire Al Johnson, the exhibition also features Adger Cowans, Lynne Foster, Yasmin Hernandez, Diane Pryor-Holland, Imo Nse Imeh, Jennifer Ivey, Rod Ivey, Nate Ladson, Tar, and Nicole Titus.
From a powerful collage of Puerto Rican Revolutionary & Nationalist Leader Pedro Albizu Campos (see appended) to the striking forms and poses by Imo Nse Imeh, this is an exhibition that demands attention.
A Day In The Life will be on view through April 12, 2008, following an opening reception on February 8 from 6-8pm at the Harlem School of the Arts G-Space Gallery, located at 645 St. Nicholas Avenue at 141st Street.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11-5pm & Saturday, 4-7pm.
Carpeta: Albizu by Yasmin Hernandez
By Rod Ivey
Louis Armstrong by Nicole Titus
Rise of the Fallen Angel by Al Johnson