A Day In The Life Exhibition

day in the life group show

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

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