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On View: shit!

Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present shit!, a group exhibition organized by TJ Shin, a former artist-in-residence of the LES Studio Program. shit! brings together eight artists whose work directly explores shit–fecal matter, poop, stool, excrement–and its charged forms of bodily engagements. As a process of consumption, ingestion, and excretion, shit becomes both a …

Gorgeous Fork: A free live show for the community

Performances start on the hour and half-hour from 6-9p. Please note that capacity is limited for each performance. We encourage you to register for the event using the link above, though space will be reserved for walk-ins. [Registration Closed] Join us on Saturday, May 15 (rain date: May 16), at the Garden of the Humanitarians for a …

On View: Systems Entwined

Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present Systems Entwined, a group exhibition curated by Christie Neptune, a former artist-in-residence of the LES Studio Program, through which this exhibition is made possible. In Systems Entwined, visual artists Luba Drozd, Antonia Kuo, Keisha Scarville, and A young Yu examine a collision of systems within natural and built …

On View: calling@sweeneyshoal

calling@sweeneyshoal Is a multidisciplinary exhibition that includes video, sculpture, and a microsite created by artist Kanad Chakrabati in response to contemporary political unrest, climate change, nuclear colonialism, and COVID-19. For this exhibition, the artist took inspiration from a variety of historically and culturally significant events and texts ranging from Enoch Powell’s infamous 1968 speech, ‘Rivers …

Christie Neptune Live Lecture Series

Join LES Studio Program resident Christie Neptune on AAI’s Instagram live for a three-part lecture series beginning Tuesday, April 7 at 7p. Each week, Neptune will discuss current projects and past works through the lens of broader subjects including the social implications of community development, racism in America, and counter-narratives. Schedule Tuesday, April 7 at …