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Jonathan Sánchez Noa

Jonathan Sánchez Noa was born in Havana, Cuba and now lives in Brooklyn. His visual art practice examines how histories of colonial extractivism have impacted notions of race, identity and climate. Through papermaking techniques, he imprints tobacco stain patterns directly into raw pulp slabs. A process informed and influenced by personal ritual, spiritual and vision …

Sunny Leerasanthanah

Sunny Leerasanthanah (b. Bangkok, Thailand) observes how notions of time, place, identity, loss, and affinity are embodied, especially via slippage, repetition, liminality, and limitations. Past and ongoing works include prompting strangers to roleplay and hold conversation in character; inviting people to express the collective imaginary on various topics through sketching and speech; examining narratives around …

Alex Strada

Alex Strada is a multimedia artist and educator based in New York City. Through film/video, installation, sound and orality, performance, and public art, her socially engaged projects explore collectivity, critical legal studies, and political transformation. Transdisciplinary collaboration is at the core of her practice. Since 2022, she has served as the inaugural Public Artist in …

Zahra Jewanjee

Zahra is the recipient of the 2024 Pollock-Krasner Grant and the 2024 Djerassi Artist Residency Program. Zahra Jewanjee is a multidisciplinary artist and educator who oscillates between painting, sculpture, and photography. Inspired by nature and informed by Science and Sufism, Zahra is fascinated by how humans, birds, and microbes all form groups for protection and …

Sustaining Arts Labor: Past and Present

Space is limited. Registration is required.Payment for registration is not required. Contributed funds benefit Bluestockings CooperativeAccessibility: ASL interpretation will be provided Building upon conversations initiated by the 2021 exhibition ART/WORK, which chronicled the seminal but forgotten impact of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act in 1970s New York, Artists Alliance and City Lore are delighted …

in the whirlwind or in the storm 

Download the Education & Accessibility Guide for in the whirlwind or in the storm Co-presented with Abrons Arts Center Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space in partnership with Abrons Arts Center is very pleased to present in the whirlwind or in the storm, Abrons Arts Center’s 2023-24 Visual Artist AIRspace Residency Exhibition. After ten months in residency, the …

Doubt and Defiance

Download the Education & Accessibility Guide for Doubt and Defiance Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is very pleased to present Doubt and Defiance, featuring new and recent work by artist Calli Roche, 2022-2023 alum of AAI’s LES Studio Program.  Calli’s latest exhibition serves as a profound exploration of one’s true self through understanding the depths of human …

I Pledge

On the exterior of Essex Market at the corner of Norfolk and Broome streets, is a re-presentation of I Pledge. Presented here as a vinyl installation, I Pledge was created by Amy Khoshbin, House of Trees, and Naomi Shihab Nye in response to mounting xenophobia and gender-based violence for the one-year anniversary of the 2017 Women’s March. I Pledge continues to advocate for …

Ai Sugiura

Ai Sugiura is a multidisciplinary artist who focuses on the trivial objects of everyday life and rethinks their meaning and function. Sugiura’s artistic practice is driven by her interest in material and space, inside/outside, memory, and the transition between the ordinary and extraordinary. She observes the process of change in objects and people, and their …

Asia Sztencel

Asia Sztencel is a first-generation Polish immigrant, a Brooklyn-based artist. Sztencel is inspired by the role of the artist in the community, emphasizing sensitivity, and a respectful approach. Through conceptual practice and traditional craft, her work offers a personal exploration within the larger narrative of the immigration experience. Highlighting the landscape as a narrative, dissecting …