Bob Clyatt Douglas Turner Anthony Phillip Fine Art Sculpture Artist Art Exhibition A More Human Dwelling Place Art and Activism

In Conversation with Sculpture Bob Clyatt Sunday July 30th at Anthony Philip Fine Art

It’s been 100 yrs since Republicans have ruled the House and look where we are as a nation. 50 Years since the Civil Rights Movement with today’s most effective response coming from the Black Lives Matter Movement. What do we do now? Let’s reflect on the precious writings of James Baldwin. Join Sculpture Bob Clyatt and Social Architecture Critic Douglas Turner for a timely reading and Q&A at Anthony Philip Fine Art 56 Bogart St., Bushwick

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The Henrietta Lacks (HBO) HeLa Project Exhibition: The Mother of Modern Medicine

HBO Launches the ‘HeLa’ Exhibition in Tribute to Henrietta Lacks, the ‘Mother of Modern Medicine’, HBO and Lewis Long have brought together Derrick Adams, Doreen Garner, Tomashi Jackson, Zoe Buckman, Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich for a traveling exhibition that launched in SOHO, NYC on April 6th and will travel on to D.C. for the premiere of HBO and Oprah’s new movie, as well as Atlanta.

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AOT Project, Architecture of Tomorrow, Douglas Turner, Quisqueya Henriquez, VOLTA 2017, Ana Mas Projects

Quisqueya Henríquez at VOLTA 2017

Quisqueya Henríquez has an ability to work through multiple mediums with superb execution. This year at VOLTA she showed with Barcelona gallery, Ana Mas Projects. Her various series of works are all unique to the next, yet are all guided by one set of theories that the artist is constantly developing.

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The Architecture of Tomorrow Douglas Turner, AOT Project Salon, Anti-Trump, Inauguration Protests, Womens March, Live Blogging, AOT Citizen Journalists

Live Updates from Women’s March and Protests

All weekend beginning today a group of AOT Citizen Journalists will take over the journal with Live Updates from various Inauguration protests and Women’s Marches from NYC to DC, Boston, and Charleston! From major to minor cities, every voice must be heard.

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