This exhibit celebrates Harlem’s vibrant cultural legacy

June 22, 2018
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A public art installation and gallery exhibition that pays homage to Harlem’s cultural legacy, “Cultural Diversity” by SaveArtSpace & X Gallery launches the week of July 2nd at Gallery X. Curated by Lisa Dubois of X Gallery, and Ademola Olugebefola of Dwyer Cultural Center, the exhibition will feature the works of artists including photographer Ceres Henry, painter Tiffany B Chanel, and graphic designer/illustrator Rod Sanchez. During the week of July 2nd, public art installations in the form of mock advertisements will pop up at bus stops around Harlem. The gallery exhibition element will mount at X Gallery during the entire month of July with an opening reception Wed. July 11th, 6-9pm.

Artwork Credit: Ceres Henry, ‘Adam Series’ (detail)
Artwork Credit: Rod Sanchez, “One Vision”
Artwork Credit: Tiffany B Chanel, “Paola”