THE SATANIC VERSES Of Bones Banez As Revealed toTerrance Lindall, In Ten Books, Edited with Introduction by Dr. Horace Jeffery Hodges, Magnificently Illustrated By Bienvenido Bones Banez jr.
First Viewing of Terrance Lindall's New Paradise Lost print series
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"WAH Bridges Bushwick" is a beautiful 62-page, full color catalogue in which each artist has their own page with an image of their artwork that was included in the show along with their artist bio/statement. The merit of having works included in the catalogue helps for further developing the artist's career and this publication is also a permanent record of Bushwick and how it is currently one of the biggest and thriving artist communities possibly in the world!
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Posted on Wednesday March 12, 2014
“The Williamsburg Scene” by WAH Center Intern Millie Prince
Posted on Thursday January 09, 2014
“As my feet carry me around the room, themes begin to emerge. Textures abound, a mix of media and material that reflect the experimental nature of the world from which they were created: Bushwick. Bushwick, a world of color and … Continue reading
Posted on Friday December 27, 2013
Curator Sara Lynn Henry alongside some of the exhibition’s artwork. Article written by Brittany Natale When one lives primarily in New York City there may be less of an opportunity to be exposed to a wide variety of animals … Continue reading
Posted on Wednesday July 24, 2013
This has been one very busy year for “Atmospheric Pressure” artist Julia Sinelnikova. After graduating college this past May, curating multiple gallery shows, and co-organizing Arts in Bushwick events (such as Bushwick Open Studios), Julia was finally able to relax … Continue reading
Posted on Wednesday June 26, 2013
Looking at Greg Leshe’s photographs are like peeking into a private scene, playing the outsider that is looking in. His works allow the viewer to take a glimpse at the unordinary – what lies beyond the exterior and is hidden … Continue reading
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