Creating Home: Immigrant Perspectives
In this group exhibition, NoMAA amplifies the voices of our local immigrant artists. Come out to the opening to hear their stories.
Yael Ben-Zion, Gal Cohen, Franck de las Mercedes, Rose Deler, Felipe Galindo, Takashi Harada, Shinsuke Higuchi, Lilia Levin, Rafaela Luna, Rosa Naparstek, Eva Nikolova, Palén Obesa, Sky Pape, Kaé Sato, Elizabeth Starčević, Yasuyo Tanaka
NoMAA Gallery 4140 Broadway @176 St, First Floor
On view: June 23- August 31, 2022
Gallery hours: Tuesdays 1-5pm and by appointment – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Manhattan is a community shaped by refugees and immigrants from all over the world. In this timely exhibition, sixteen artists from Central and South America, the Caribbean, Asia, Canada, Europe and the Middle East reflect on what it means to create a home away from home. They explore themes such as belonging, memory, identity, nostalgia, and the intertwining of cultures. They examine place, identity, displacement, and fragmentation and they question the politics that continually surround their experiences. We invite you to view their works and to read and listen to their compelling and unique stories.
You can hear directly from the artists in the virtual gallery, or NoMAA’s YouTube channel.