10. No Longer Empty Unveils Intersecting Imaginaries in the Bronx
“Surviving Then and Now” South Bronx Sagas by artist Linda Cunningham is part of “Intersecting Imaginaries”
The No Longer Empty Curatorial Lab (NLE Lab) is addressing one of New York’s hot topics – community change – with its current exhibit NLE Lab: Intersecting Imaginaries. The subject matter, shown in visual form, explores the culture and current environment of the South Bronx, and at the same time, draws parallels with current changes going on throughout New York City. The exhibit addresses what happens when community connections are broken, and the many issues that affect the people who live there via site-specific works by a collection of artists. In this group exhibit, the artists bring to life their individual identities and a changing community by mapping place, time and identity. The exhibit takes place in a gallery location on the Grand Concourse that was once The Concourse Plaza Hotel. In conjunction with the exhibition, there will be a series of public programs.
Intersecting Imaginaries will be on view through December 13, located at 900 Grand Concourse storefront. To read more about the South Bronx, click here.