No Longer Empty addresses the hot topic of a community in flux with the new exhibit, Intersecting Imaginaries located in the Bronx on the Grand Concourse.
The Grand Concourse is great choice to sample some of the best architecture the Bronx has to offer from grand architecture to remnants of its farmland past
The wealthy Tammany Hall fixture, Andrew Freedman, built a mansion in the Bronx for those that lost their fortunes in the Panic of 1907. The unintended future of this mansion bestowes on the community riches far beyond the endowement thanks to the Mid-Bronx Sr Citizens Council.
No Longer Empty transforms the vacant storefronts littering NYC into temporary art exhibits. This Side of Paradise at the Andrew Freedman Home has been its most successful exhibit.